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Dismantling Ableism and Creating a Culture of Belonging - Lana Staheli Work Life Balance Lecture

Objectives and Disclosures

Participants will be able to:

  1. outline how ableism presents in our society and in healthcare, as well as concepts and models related to disability justice and advocacy
  2. integrate information from the lived experience of a disabled healthcare worker in combination with evidence-based information from disability justice studies in order to implement strategies to be disability allies and create a culture of belonging in healthcare
  3. analyze the links between ableism, belonging, well-being, and its impact on work-life balance for disabled healthcare workers, and learn strategies to support healthy balance. As allies, apply actionable steps and tools to be change agents to dismantle ableism and create a culture of belonging in healthcare

Planners and speaker disclose they have no relevant financial relationships.


Angela Fritz
Physical Therapist, Othello Rehabilitation Services, Seattle Children’s Hospital



Seattle Children’s is accredited by the Washington State Medical Association CME Accreditation Committee to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.

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