Listen to patients, John Greiner and Ethan Young, talk with Laura Mintz, MD, PhD, from Case Western Reserve University, about their unique perspectives as disabled persons. They will share their insights about how primary care teams can better support disabled persons, both within and outside of the clinical setting. The conversation will touch on language use, the impact of disability on cardiometabolic health, and the challenges of navigating the health care system.
Moderated by Laura Mintz, MD, PhD, Case Western Reserve University
Resources mentioned in the podcast:
- Models of Disability: Types and Definitions
- Increasing Physical Activity and Exercise in Adults with Disabilities
- Social Determinants of Health
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