American Medical Association

A History of Drug Advertising, Federal Drug Regulation, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship

My name is Oliver Vande Stouwe and I am a Chemistry and Economics double major at Grinnell College. I was born and raised in Grinnell but, it wasn’t until late in my high school career that I knew Grinnell College was the school I would attend. I knew Grinnell as a great academic institution with… Read more A History of Drug Advertising, Federal Drug Regulation, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Development of American Medical Education

Sadie Tristam is a third year sociology major at Grinnell College. She is passionate about education and medicine fascinates her. Changes in education usually corresponded with changes in the time. We see this in our primary education system, and it is no different for medical education. Many scholars who study the development of medical education agree that the… Read more Development of American Medical Education

Wonder Bread is scientifically proven to be good for me? Medical Authority and Consumerism in America

  Naomi Worob is a second year Anthropology student at Grinnell College. Currently, she is interested in health and medical humanities, and in connection to those thinking about how the arts and humanities can provide different tools for physicians to interact with and care for their patients. About midway through the semester, I was spending… Read more Wonder Bread is scientifically proven to be good for me? Medical Authority and Consumerism in America