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Making reasonable adjustments

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There are many reasonable adjustments, for students and trainees with disabilities, that can be made during your path through medical education and training. Find out what reasonable adjustments you can expect at each stage.

 

The application process

Tell potential medical schools about your disability before you apply. This gives them the opportunity to assist you during the application process.

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Tests, interviews and selection

Medical schools may wish to test you prior to or on the date of your interview. Reasonable adjustments should be provided if you need them to carry out the tests effectively.

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Medical school

All student services should be equally accessible to disabled and non-disabled students.

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Postgraduate training

At postgraduate level you are protected as a trainee of a postgraduate deanery and as an employee of a trust or health board.

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