The purpose of this guide is to present historical resources on Jay A. Winsten, Ph.D. and the Center for Health Communication (CHC) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The Center for the History of Medicine at Countway Library now stewards over 200 cubic feet of records, including audio visual material and original artwork, that speak to the first 35 years of the CHC.
You can use this guide to:
- Learn about the life and career of Jay A. Winsten, Ph.D.
- Learn about the history and early accomplishments of the CHC, including the Designated Driver Campaign.
- Find original primary source material about Winsten and the CHC, now stewarded by the Center for the History of Medicine, and explore potential research opportunities within the collection.
For more information about the current work of the Center for Health Communications, please visit their website.