Vanderbilt University Medical Center Chief Resident Dr. Ramzi Mardam Bey speaking with Dr. Thomas Cheetham, Deputy Commissioner for Health Services of the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and Janet Shouse, VKC Program Coordinator for the IDD Toolkit Project, following Dr. Cheetham's Grand Rounds Presentation.
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Intended for students, residents, faculty, and community clinicians.