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Dr. Lauren Weinand, MD


Dr. Lauren Weinand is an M.D. medical writer and poet. She enjoys translating medical literature into digestible content, and perspective into poetry. The aim of her work is to advance health literacy and health advocacy.

Dr. Weinand’s medical writing has been published in the Journal of Investigative Medicine; Pain Treatment Specialists blog; and the Butler Xpress, St. Clair County Courier, El Dorado Springs Sun, Sullivan Independent, and Warren County Record newspapers.

Her poetry and prose have been published in the Global Disability Rights Library, the American Journal of Psychiatry Residents’ Journal, The Blue Guitar Magazine, and the State of the Ozarks Online Magazine. Dr. Weinand is a proud graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson.

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