Thursday, April 26, 2018

Disability Research Consortium (DRC) fellowship programs

The Mathematica Center for Studying Disability Policy (CSDP) provides policymakers and program administrators with the evidence they need to make informed decisions that support effective disability policies and programs. Mathematica offers two DRC fellowship programs to graduate students. There is an open call for dissertation applications which are due for submission by Monday, June 25, 2018.

The summer fellowship program is an opportunity for students in master’s programs or early in doctoral programs (pre-dissertation phase) to spend a summer at Mathematica’s Washington, DC, office to learn more about conducting an independent research project related to disability policy.

The dissertation fellowship program offers financial support to students conducting their doctoral dissertation research on topics consistent with the DRC’s mission. In contrast with the summer fellows program, dissertation fellows remain at their home institution, with financial support provided to continue cutting-edge dissertation research.

Learn more about the Disability Research Consortium (DRC) fellowship programs.

Sunday, April 22, 2018

NASPA Disability Knowledge Community

The NASPA is the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Their membership represents Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

The Disability Knowledge Community is NASPA’s member driven resource for information about disability issues in higher education and student affairs. The Knowledge Community works to combine knowledge generated by its members with outside resources. As a source of information and advocacy for disability issues, the Disability Knowledge Community is able to provide professionals and institutions with the resources needed to meet these unique needs.

Learn more about the Disability Knowledge Community

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Access in the Health Sciences Symposium

The Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science and Medical Education is holding its 5th Annual Symposium in April.

Access in the Health Sciences Symposium
April 11th and 12th
​Evanston, IL
The ABC's of Disability and Health Science Education:
Access, Barriers and Culture

Learn more and register here: https://www.hsmcoalition.org/registration

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Support the #DocsWithDisabilities and #NursesWithDisabilities project

The goal of the #DocsWithDisabilities/#NursesWithDisabilities Project is to share stories from the professional journeys of physicians and nurses with disabilities, in their own words. By featuring the real voices of health professionals with disabilities--including their struggles and successes--we hope to foster awareness, visibility, and community that brings together stakeholders from across medical education, clinical practice, and disability advocacy.

The project is volunteer led, by a tight-knit group of clinicians, health educators and administrators, and advocates, with and without disabilities, based at the University of Michigan Medical School's Department of Family Medicine.

Learn more here: bit.ly/docswithdisabilitiessubmit

Friday, November 17, 2017

Disability Research Fellowship Post-Doctoral Program for 2018-2019

The Collaborative on Health Reform and Independent Living (CHRIL) is pleased to announce a new 2018-2019 postdoctoral program in disability policy research. We are seeking qualified candidates who are interested in developing research on people with disabilities to influence policies, opportunities, and outcomes for this community.

This fellowship opportunity provides a personalized 18-month training experience for emerging scholars with disabilities who hold a PhD or similar advanced degree and are committed to building knowledge and evidence on health policies and services for people with disabilities. All fellows are eligible for accommodations and ongoing support by advisors with experience in disability research.

Salary, Benefits, and Disability Accommodation
This postdoctoral training program recognizes and accommodates the financial and vocational needs of scholars with disabilities. Each fellow will be hired as a research associate at the Washington State University (WSU) Department of Health Policy and Administration, with a competitive salary, conference travel funds, health insurance coverage, and retirement benefits. All fellows are eligible for a tuition waiver. Fellows with significant disability support needs will also receive up to 40 hours of workplace personal assistance per week, plus supplemental funds for moving expenses, adaptive technologies, and conference travel accommodations.

Position Responsibilities include:
- Attend seminars to supplement and advance knowledge in health policy research
- Participate on existing CHRIL research projects and publications
- Lead a research project and develop a journal manuscript, (toward end of fellowship)
- Attend professional conferences related to health policy and/or disability research
- Develop a five-year research plan and academic CV
- Publish results as a co-author in peer-reviewed, scientific journals
- Work independently and as part of the CHRIL team of researchers

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