Guest author Bert Hansen explores the background and influences of an interesting educational film.
By Ginny A. Roth and Kenneth M. Koyle ~ In 2011, 30 years after Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) was identified, Toronto-based sociolegal researcher Alexander
By Erika Mills ~ African Americans have always practiced medicine, as physicians, healers, midwives, or “root doctors.” Early black physicians became skilled practitioners, trained generations
By Trey Bunn ~ I recently spent some time with a film called Robin, Peter, and Darryl: Three to the Hospital. This 1969 documentary, directed
By Ginny A. Roth ~ Comics, whether created to entertain or inform, have a place in the classroom.
Circulating Now welcomes guest blogger Jen Woronow. Her research explores social science with an emphasis on promoting trans-disciplinary discussion. Today she joins us with a
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell’s birth. As the first woman to receive an M.D. degree from an American medical school,
By Erika Mills ~ Immigration and migration are important parts of the American story; and health care and medicine have played a role in inclusion
By Erika Mills ~ Around the world, communities, in collaboration with scientists, advocates, governments, and international organizations, are taking up the challenge to prevent illness
By Sara Farhan ~ The Fourth Annual Middle East Medical Assembly (MEMA), hosted by the American University of Beirut, took place in Lebanon in April