Dr. Gretchen Berland is a practicing general internist at Yale School of Medicine, and spends her time working in both the inpatient and outpatient arenas. Her interests also include using the documentary format combined with participatory action research as a means to study patient experience, and to better understand health culture and behavior. She has taught courses at Yale College, exploring the impact of the media on health care—both as a research and educational tool, and understanding the relationship between modern media and the medical community, specifically how different constituencies have utilized the media to shape perceptions of health and the medical profession.
|Housestaff Educator of the Year||Yale School of Medicine Internal Traditional Medicine Residency Program||2021|
|Humanism Award||Yale Primary Care Center||2021|
|Humanism Award||Yale Primary Care Center||2019|
|Educator of the Year||Yale Primary Care Center||2018|