"As a future health care provider, and as an RN currently, I do bring a different perspective and skill set based on how I've learned to deal with my own disability. And I can use those skills and methods to explore new alternatives with patients. And that's a benefit that my disability brings to my classroom, my classmates, my faculty, my patients. And that doesn't often get talked about." In this episode of the Fog at Bay, two nursing students and a med student at UCSF talk about their experiences in the medical field as people with disabilities. Take a listen to Laurence, Sara, and Phoebe.