In the vein of Anton Chekhov, Leigh E. Rich has followed two passions in life: literature and medicine.
A longtime “culture critic,” she is an award-winning writer of editorials, news and feature stories, and reviews, and she has experience as a staff and free-lance journalist for multiple publications in the United States.
She also holds a doctorate in Health and Behavioral Sciences and a master’s degree in Cultural and Medical Anthropology and has worked or studied in Australia, Denmark, Italy, Russia, and Switzerland.
A professor of Health Administration, she teaches courses in bioethics, health law and policy, and social theory.
Catch her on Fridays at 12:05 p.m. for “Listening to Literature” and also at 11 a.m. when she co-hosts “Beyond the Liner Notes” and Saturdays at 10 a.m. as a guest co-host on “Health Care Ethics.”