Natalie Grams is a medical doctor, author and former homeopath from Heidelberg, Germany.
In her first book "Homeopathy reconsidered" she describes her way out of homoeopathy, but
also takes a stand for more empathic care in normal medicine.
As communication manageress of the GWUP (German Skeptics Society) and head of the "Information Network Homeopathy" she dedicates herself with passion and commitment for the goal that patients are increasingly correctly informed about homeopathy and other pseudomedical treatments.
In addition and to her concern for an altogether better and patient-centered medicine her second book has been published "Health! A book not without side effects"
(not yet available in English).
Enlightenment around false beliefs and dishonest medicine became her profession. She works as employees for German consumer protection organizations like the GWUP and the German Consumers Federation (Deutscher Konsumentenbund).
Honorary she engages herself as Vice-President of the Humanistischer Pressedienst (Germany´s biggest humanistic web-portal), as member of the advisory board of the Giordano Bruno Foundation as well as in the Münsteraner Circle (s science association against pseudomedicine in public health) and uses the extent of her fame in various ways for bringing up critical thinking.
She regularly writes a column for Spektrum der Wissenschaft at "Grams' surgery".
Find out more about Natalie Grams here.