Questioning Cure: Disability, Identity, and Healing

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Should cure be the ultimate aim of health care? Sometimes aiming at cure entails trying to fix disability rather than enabling disabled people to flourish. Sometimes it obscures the goal of healing. And sometimes aiming at cure entails failing to distinguish between disease and difference. In this webinar, disabled writers and educators Anand Prahlad, Ann...

Vaccine Access, Vaccine Hesitancy: Challenges to Herd Immunity

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If the United States is to achieve herd immunity, at least 75-85% of the population will need to be vaccinated, yet there are many different kinds of barriers to overcome. Some Americans are reluctant or wish to wait, because they distrust government or the safety of the vaccines or believe in widespread conspiracy theories. Views...

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