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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)

Accessibility

The World Health Organization estimates that 1 billion people, or 15% of the global population, experience disability. Disability will affect everyone at some point, whether it's temporary, due to an injury or illness, or permanent.

Accessibility is the ability to access an entity despite disabilities or limitations. Accessibility can apply to a wide range of scenarios, whether one is considering a physical space (mobility-aid users or individuals who need low-sensory environments), digital information (font, color usage, etc), or other situations. The resources below can help you to understand and accommodate disabilities.

HSC also provides campus-specific resources for accessibility.

Resources Related to Accessibility

PubMed Search Strategies

To view the citations related to the suggested search string, click on “Current Search Results”. Search strategies are included to allow the user to set up a PubMed search alert. Users can also cut and paste the search strategy into PubMed and combine with additional search terms. 

Neurodiversity

neurodiversity[Title/Abstract]

Current PubMed Neurodiversity Search Results

(Note: Results may include preprints. Preprints are not peer reviewed.)