IN MARCH 2023, MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY ON WHEELS WILL BEGIN ACCEPTING CONTENT REQUESTS AND SUBMISSIONS!To request a tutorial, or to suggest a topic for Heather Sue’s essays and/or artwork, provide some details about your idea HERE.
If you are interested in having your own tutorials, teaching materials, artwork, or essays related to (1) disability, (2) chronic illness, or (3) covid-19, featured on the website, please submit your requests/contributions to the appropriate form below. If you are unsure if this is the best platform to feature your work, you can check out these examples of roles best positioned to contribute content to Medical Sociology on Wheels.
If you have questions, please direct them to Heather Sue Rosen HERE.
Potential contributors to Medical Sociology on Wheels include, but are not limited to, people in the following roles:
- Sociologists (includes the related fields of African American Studies, Women’s Studies, Disability Studies, etc.)
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
- MA or PhD level
- Adjunct, Teaching Professor, Tenure[Track] Faculty
- Graduates Outside of Academia
- Computational Social Scientists – Any Social Science
- Disabled people / Chronically Ill Community / ND & MAD Community
- COVID-cautious community
- Medical Professionals and Scientists Centering Disability/Patients in Practice/Research