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Stories from outside the walls: Parents of children with medical conditions speak about their healthcare experiences. | Dr. Kinga Pozniak & Anouk Lanouette Turgeon | November 30, 2023

Dr. Kinga Pozniak is a socio-cultural anthropologist and a postdoctoral researcher at CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research. She conducts research on the experiences of disabled children…

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Taking time to learn from families: Perspectives of a disabled parent - patient, considerations in supporting new immigrants and the caregiver side of mental health navigation | Monika Duggal, Shannon Reaume, Nancy Tapajna | October 26, 2023

Monica Dugal, Shannon Realm, and Nancy Topania are the 3 family advisors who each provided a parent perspectives in this week's core session of Grand Rounds.

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Bridging the Gap: Anti-Racism and Anti-Ableism: Accessibility and Anti-Racist Informed Allyship in Healthcare Continuums | Renata Hall | September 28, 2023

Renata Hall is the Manager of Inclusion and Anti-Racism Education within the Equity and Inclusion Office at McMaster and she is also a PhD Student within Social Sciences. Renata educates from her…

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CanChild – What can we do together? | Dr. Olaf Kraus de Camargo | September 1, 2022

Dr. Olaf Kraus de Camargo obtained his medical training in Brazil where he also specialized in Pediatrics. He obtained further subspecialty training in child neurology and social pediatrics in…

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Interventions in children with profound disability: Navigating family interests and professional values | Dr. Benjamin Wilfond | June 23, 2022

Objectives: 1. To understand the history of social attitudes toward children with disabilities in need of medical technologies and the impact of those attitudes on the family experience 2. To…

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Digital Accessibility 101 - H.E.A.A.R.T. Summer 2022

Recording begins at the start of skills-based demonstrations.

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Accessible Social Media 101 - H.E.A.A.R.T. Summer 2022

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Applications of accelerometer-based wearable technology in research and clinical care | Dr. Joyce Obeid | May 12, 2022

Dr. Joyce Obeid is an Assistant Professor with the Child Health & Exercise Medicine Program. She completed her training in the Departments of Kinesiology and Pediatrics at McMaster. Since…

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ARiEAL Learning Series: Applying an EDI Lens in Research (by Dr. Arig al Shaibah, March 30, 2022)

In this session Dr. Arig Al Shaibah will discuss how to use an EDI lens to address biases and systemic inequities, and to advance inclusivity in research. Dr. Arig al Shaibah is McMaster’s…

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Context and Models of Accessibility

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Children with Disabilities and Human Rights | Grand Rounds | Dec. 2, 2021 |

Speakers, Dr. Olaf Kraus De Camargo, Dr. Keiko Shikako-Thomas, and Rachel Martens discuss Children with Disabilities and Human Rights, in this December 2nd, 2021 presentation of Pediatrics Grand…

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Brief Discussion About Disability History

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Equality, Accommodation, Accessibility

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Respectful Communication

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Personal Use of Disability Language - Who Has Access

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Disability Language and Identity

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What is Ableism?

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Kimberle Crenshaw Analogy for Intersectionality

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Intersectionality - Applications for Student Leaders

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Medical Model of Disability

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What is Disability?

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Social and Human Rights Models of Disability

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Introductions and the AccessMac Program

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Multiple Sclerosis Update, Dr. Colin Wilbur, May 28 2021

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