Sheryl Burt Ruzek currently writes historical fiction in which the characters live out societal conflicts in public health. Her previous books and articles in academic journals and the popular press address a wide array of topics in women’s health, health communication, medical decision-making, the adoption of medical technologies and the role of health movements in social change. She is Professor of Public Health Emerita at Temple University where she also edited the Health, Society and Policy Series for Temple University Press for many years. She has served as consultant for numerous public health organizations in the US and abroad.
By Sheryl Ruzek
- Women’s Health. Complexities and Differences, Ohio State University Press, 1997
- The Women’s Health Movement: Feminist Alternatives to Medical Control, Praeger Publishers, 1978