Tag: Clinical

Patient Rights and Responsibilities

Patient Rights and Responsibilities

Patient Rights and Responsibilities The Patient’s Bill of Rights was first adopted by the American Hospital Association in 1973.  Patient rights were developed with the expectation that hospitals and health care institutions would support these rights in the interest of delivering effective patient care.  A physician’s ultimate goal should be patient welfare and alleviating suffering.  […]

Universal Design

Plain Language Summary: Universal Design Most people will have a disability during their lifetime or will know someone who does. Also, the way we interact with the world can be affected in many ways. Some examples are breaking a bone, being pregnant, or not being able to focus in a noisy environment. This is why […]

Determinantes sociales que afectan la salud de la comunidad hispana/latinx con discapacidades (Social Determinants Affecting the Health of the Hispanic/Latinx Community with Disabilities)

Resumen en lenguaje sencillo: Determinantes sociales que afectan la salud de la comunidad hispana/latinx con discapacidades Nota: Elegimos utilizar tanto hispanos como latinos para incluir a personas de varios países. Esto se debe a que las opiniones difieren sobre qué países incluyen cada uno de los términos hispanos y latinos. Además, usamos Latinx porque es […]

Intimate Partner Violence & People with Disabilities Fact Sheet

Domestic violence can mean the abuse of children, other family members, and romantic partners. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is one example of domestic violence and specifically means the abuse of a current or past romantic partner. Every year more than 10 million people in the United States experience IPV. But many people who experience IPV […]

El trastorno del espectro autista y la comunidad hispana-latinx (Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Hispanic/Latinx Community)

Resumen en Lenguaje Sencillo: El Trastorno del Espectro Autista (TEA) y la Comunidad Hispana / Latinx La tasa o promedio de personas identificadas con el trastorno del espectro autista (TEA) en los Estados Unidos ha aumentado significativamente. Pero el TEA continúa siendo infra-diagnosticado (en menor número) y diagnosticado más tarde en la comunidad hispana / […]