Alicia Wong, MD, MA, MPH
Dr. Wong is the driving force behind forwarding the issue of accessibility in medicine in the CU Department of Family Medicine.
Accessibility is key to providing equitable healthcare to people with disabilities. Our goal is to transform our educational and clinical systems to better support patients, trainees, staff, and healthcare workers with disabilities. This page provides a few high yield resources to start your self-learning towards competency in clinical care and true allyship for disability. The resources are divided into the following categories:
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We are a group of providers, staff, residents, and students across the CU School of Medicine system. Many of us identify as having a disability/chronic illness. Through June 2024 we are piloting monthly meetings to provide a safe space to connect with others. If you would like to be added to our calendar invite or group communications, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a multidisciplinary group of providers and researchers across the CU Anschutz system who are dedicated to pediatric to adult transitions for patients with complex care needs. This informal group meets the 3rd Wednesday evening of the month to discuss what is going on at our local clinics and how to collaborate. If you would like to be added to our calendar invite or group communications, please contact us at email@example.com.