Andrew Benedict-Nelson

Andrew Benedict-Nelson is an author and consultant based in Gardner, Kansas. His work has addressed the social determinants of health, how to improve patient experiences, and the professional development of nurses. He is currently working on a book that will help readers develop more effective strategies for social change.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Cigarette Stories

Andrew Benedict-Nelson considers "The Cigarette: A Political History" by Sarah Milov....


Everybody Hurts

Travis Rieder’s “In Pain” provides us with a bioethics that is not passively analytical, but peacefully agitative....


What Can We Learn from Jared Diamond?

Jared Diamond is undoubtedly of the cosmographic bent. We get to be like Montaigne, interpreting this traveler’s testimony according to our own purposes....


What’s In a Prediction? On Nate Silver and the Science of Probability
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