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Dr. Chris Sterwald, MD

DocsWithDisabilities

Release Date: 01/18/2021

Episode 31, Part 3  Dr. Neera Jain show art Episode 31, Part 3 Dr. Neera Jain

DocsWithDisabilities

In this final portion of our 3-part conversation with Dr. Jain, the conversation moves from Political Disclosure to Dr. Jain’s theory about the accommodation paradox, and the closely related capability imperative.

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In this 3-part series we talk with Dr. Neera Jain about her research on disability in medical education. In Part 2, Dr. Jain continues the discussion of her work, and how the “isms” work together to create oppressive systems.

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In this 3-part series we talk with Dr. Neera Jain about her research on disability in medical education. The discussion begins with Part 1, where Dr. Jain discusses her work, the topic of political disclosure, and who enacts political disclosure.

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In this episode, Dr. Meiss and Dr. Cron expand on the themes introduced in their JGME article, Training as a DocsWithDisability, including a discussion about finding community in GME, the challenges that COVID-19 had brought to their work, and their long-term goals to make medical education a more inclusive space.

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Steven Losorelli, Claire Rhee, and Maïté Van Hentenryck are Stanford Med students and co-founders of Medical Students with Disability and Chronic Illness (MSDCI). In this lively and slightly irreverent episode, we discuss their motivation for starting the organization, their personal sense of disability and identification, navigating medicine with humor, and challenges with disclosure and accommodations.

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In this episode, Dr. Meeks speaks with Dr. Chris Sterwald, chief psychiatry resident at the University of Texas Southwestern about navigating medical training with a physical disability and creating diverse communities in medicine-- including disability.

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The DocsWithDisabilities Podcast is growing. In a special 6-series run, Dr. Meeks will be joined by co-host Dr. Peter Poullos from the Stanford Medicine Abilities Coalition. In this first episode of the series, Dr. Meeks and Poullos interview each other about the origin of the podcast and their respective motivations to grow this resource. They also discuss their views on building a diverse health professions workforce and delve into some personal questions.

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Radical Reboot: The Need for Systems Change, Part 1 show art Radical Reboot: The Need for Systems Change, Part 1

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The challenges to help-seeking for medical students and physicians is well-documented, yet solutions to reducing these barriers are lacking. We need a radical reboot. In this 3-part episode we have a critically honest conversation about the barriers to help-seeking and discuss potential next steps to reboot medical education and practice.

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DocsWithDisabilities

The challenges to help-seeking for medical students and physicians is well-documented, yet solutions to reducing these barriers are lacking. We need a radical reboot. In this 3-part episode we have a critically honest conversation about the barriers to help-seeking and discuss potential next steps to reboot medical education and practice.

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Radical Reboot: The Need for Systems Change, Part 2 show art Radical Reboot: The Need for Systems Change, Part 2

DocsWithDisabilities

The challenges to help-seeking for medical students and physicians is well-documented, yet solutions to reducing these barriers are lacking. We need a radical reboot. In this 3-part episode we have a critically honest conversation about the barriers to help-seeking and discuss potential next steps to reboot medical education and practice.

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In this episode, Dr. Meeks speaks with Dr. Chris Sterwald, chief psychiatry resident at the University of Texas Southwestern about navigating medical training with a physical disability and creating diverse communities in medicine-- including disability.

Guest: Dr. Christopher Sterwald, Chief Psychiatry Resident, UT Southwestern