Josephine Ensign

Josephine Ensign teaches health policy at the University of Washington in Seattle. Her literary nonfiction essays have appeared in The Sun, Oberlin Alumni Magazine, and Silk Road. She is writing a book, Catching Homelessness, a narrative nonfiction account of her work as a nurse practitioner who provided health care to homeless people while navigating her own passage through homelessness. She writes a blog, Medical Margins, on health policy and nursing.

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