Natalie Grams is a medical doctor, author and former homeopath from Heidelberg, Germany.
In her first book "Homeopathy reconsidered" (available in English) she describes her way out of homeopathy, but also advocates more sensitive and empathic care in normal medicine. Her new book "What Really Works - Compass through the World of Gentle Medicine" (Was wirklich wirkt - Kompass durch die Welt der sanften Medizin) has been published in spring 2020 (not yet available in English).
With passion and engagement, she dedicates herself to the concern that patients will be increasingly correctly informed about homeopathy and other pseudo-medical treatments. Up to spring 2020 she was a communication manageress of the GWUP (German Sceptics Society) and head of the "Information Network Homeopathy". Today she is working as a medical doctor again.
Education and enlightenment about false beliefs and dishonest medicine remain her concern. She continues to work honorary for German consumer protect organizations - the GWUP and the German Consumer Federation. Further, she engages herself as a vice-president of the Humanist Press Service, as an advisory board member of the Giordano Bruno Foundation and uses the extent of her fame in various ways to promote critical thinking.
Find out more about Natalie Grams here.