Faculty Training Modules

UCSF Medical Student Disability Services (MSDS) and UCSF Student Disability Services (SDS) in partnership with colleagues from around the country (Case Western Reserve University, Duke University, Northwestern University, Rush University College of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, The University of Washington, and Weill Cornell Medicine and Samuel Merritt University), developed The UCSF Faculty Training Series, an eight part online, video training series to guide faculty who work with students with disabilities. New modules will be posted each month.

Topics include:

Guidelines for Faculty who work with Students with disabilities
 
Communication 101: Best practice for communicating with students around disability  related needs.
 
Keeping it Confidential: Guidance for working with students with disabilities
 
Accessible Admissions Practices: Making sure students with disabilities are addressed.
 
Microaggressions: What they are and how they impact students with disabilities

ADA 101: The basic laws that govern disability services

Accommodations in the Clinical Setting

Full Circle in the Diversity initiative: Inviting Disability to the table

 

Module #1

Guidelines for Faculty who work with Students with Disabilities

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Module #2

Communication 101: Best practice for communicating with students around disability related needs

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Module #3

Keeping it Confidential: Guidance for working with Students with Disabilities

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Module #4

Accessible Admissions Practices: Making sure Students with Disabilities are addressed

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