Maija Anderson

Maija Anderson is Head of Historical Collections & Archives at Oregon Health & Science University Library. She holds an MA in Art History from University of Chicago and an MA in Library and Information Science from University of Missouri-Columbia. She also works independently as a consulting archivist and publishes and speaks in venues for archivists, historians, health care professionals, and the general public.

Author's Entries

  • Julian S. "Dutch" Reinschmidt (1925-1998)

    Julian S. "Dutch" Reinschmidt, physician and educator, was a key figure in transforming rural health care in Oregon and led a radical restructuring of the medical curriculum of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Born on October 24th, 1925, Reinschmidt was raised in Pensacola, Florida. He was interested in medicine …

    Oregon Encyclopedia

  • Ralph Crawshaw (1921-2014)

    Psychiatrist, activist, and author Ralph Shelton Crawshaw was an internationally recognized pioneer in health reform and physician education. He designed the Oregon Health Plan with John Kitzhaber and founded nonprofit organizations that advanced health policy in the public interest. Crawshaw was born in Brooklyn in 1921. Though his English immigrant …

    Oregon Encyclopedia