Our life experiences are tied with the spectrum of identities we hold. When it comes to our interactions with the health care system, our outcomes are often shaped by gender, LGBTQIA+ status, race and ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. People with disabilities are part of every community, but not all health needs look the same.
In this second conversation in the Disability & Health Webinar series, we will be hosting a broad conversation about disability intersectionality when it comes to health. Join us for a conversation on January 24th from 2:00 – 3:30pm ET about precision medicine and the barriers that people face to accessing the care and support they need. Register for our Disability Intersectionality webinar here.
We hope you’ll be with us for our other anticipated conversations on community-engaged research, ableism in biomedical research, and more.
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Enjoy the first conversation in our webinar series on the Promise of Disability Health Research.