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Avoidance of immuno-suppressed patients.
Placements arranged close to student's home.
Placements with good transport links or which are otherwise easy to access.
Taxis to placements.
Rotations in more manageable order.
Additional coaching and mentoring.
Opportunities to sit down.
Additional support for students in finding placements that meet their requirements.
Buildings made accessible for wheelchair users and others with mobility impairments.
Checking of lighting and obstacles.
Alternative learning opportunities where placements cannot be made accessible.
An electric scooter for getting around a hospital.
Replacement sets of wheels for entry to the operating theatre.
Training of work placement providers in disability equality and how to work with disabled students.
Increased supervisory support.
Slowing of ward rounds, help in carrying notes.
Arrangements made to ensure that disabled people can take personal assistants or assistive technology with them where necessary.
Compatibility of patient records, x-rays and test results with the individual's software magnification programmes.
Flexible working hours.
Adjustments to working hours, for example reduced hours, reduced day time on-call duties, fewer or no night time duties or weekend calls.
Adjustment made to duties, for example no crash calls for wheelchair users.
Extra time and time out.
Time off to fit treatment schedules, therapy and out-patient appointments.
Placements modified to allow attendance at signing and lip reading classes in the evening.