A disability health program in the Department of Family Medicine.
Building a culture of person-centered primary care for people with disabilities through medical education, research, and community partnerships.
A world where primary care teams are empowered to partner and provide person-centered care to patients with disabilities.
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A quarter of a dark blue circle in the top left corner, with two additional circles rippling out across the page
The most interior circle reads:
A disability health program in the Department of Family Medicine
Building a culture of person-centered primary care for people with disabilities through medical education, research, and community partnerships
A world where primary care teams are empowered to partner and provide person-centered care to patients with disabilities
A lighter blue circle is rippling out from the dark blue circle. It contains 4 sections spread across the band of the circle.
1. Medical Education, represented by a graduation cap icon
Reads:Training the next generation of family medicine providers and researchers
- Disability health elective
- Summer internship
- Deaf health and ASL courses
- Provider webinars
- Department-based disability training and resource
2. Research represented by an icon with a magnifying glass looking at a line chart
Reads: Identifing the best practices in primary care for people with disabilities
- Diabetes management for patients with spinal cord injury
- Reproductive health and family planning
- Deaf health across the lifespan
- Cancer screenings for people with disabilities
3. Clinical Care represented by an icon featuring a stethoscope and a stack of books in front of a rectangle
Reads: Primary care for people with disabilities across the lifespan
- Deaf Health Clinic
- Roster of disability-friendly family doctors
- Leveraging electronic health record tools to optimize care for patients with disabilities
Represented by a ribbon icon
Reads: Collaborating with and amplifying the voices of healthcare providers, researchers, trainees, and students to increase disability representation
- Adaptive Sports & Fitness
- Monthly meetings
- DocsWithDisabilities Podcast
The final circle band rippling out from the center is titled "Secondary Activities." It is gray. It includes three smaller circles which are surrounded by even smaller circles describing the activity named in the larger circle.
1. The first circle reads Resource Building. It is surrounded by three circles reading: Medical Student Resources, Provider Guides, and Patient Resources.
2. The second circle reads Disability Inclusive Training. It is surrounded by three circles reading: Training Materials, Sharing Stories, Accommodation Guidance.
3. The third and last circle reads Grand Rounds & Webinars. It is. not surrounded by any circles.
The final piece of this infographic is Block M Logo in the bottom right corner. It reads Michigan Medicine University of Michigan.