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DREAM Research Rounds

What are the DREAM Research Rounds?

The aim of the DREAM Research Rounds is to provide monthly rounds in the tradition of "Grand Rounds," which will highlight research and research teams from around the globe that are focused on disability research in academic medicine.

Please note that all talks are recorded and will be shared on this website.

Accessibility & Accommodations

Captioning and sign-language interpreters will be provided for each meeting.


We invite you to request additional accommodations and kindly request that you request accommodations two weeks in advance of each meeting via email.


Upcoming Research Rounds

September 12th, 2023  6 pm EST

The Capability Imperative: Revealing Ableism in Medical Education

Neera Jain, PhD, MS, CRC, Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education & Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at Waipapa Taumata Rau / University of Auckland

Publication: The capability imperative: Theorizing ableism in medical education

October 24th, 2023       4 pm EST 

Medical licensing for physicians with disabilities: A critical policy analysis of licensing across Canada

Erene Stergiopoulos, MD PGY5 resident in the Department of psychiatry, University of Toronto, PhD student in Health Professions Éducation Research, University of Toronto.  

Publication: Questioning physicians about health conditions at medical licensure registration: How should policy evolve in Canada?

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