The Ruderman Family Foundation, a leading disability rights organization, has published a new white paper that offers recommendations to help health policymakers make decisions to ensure the lives of people with disabilities are not secondary amid the collective public health goal to save the most lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study’s author Dominic Sisti, also analyzes the landscape surrounding people with disabilities and disaster medicine; attending to patients with disabilities who have medical conditions other than COVID-19; and visitation in hospitals and residential facilities. Dr. Sisti, whose work has appeared in the NY Times, Philadelphia Inquirer and Slate, also studies how mental disorders are defined and categorized with a focus on personality disorders.
Dominic Sisti PhD has also been featured in:
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