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Ronnie Botwinick Londner is a medical writer and researcher. She has coauthored several books on disability issues and written for many national and local publications on science and medical topics.
Londner teaches two popular courses at the University of Miami and other venues:
• Helping Yourself or Others
Through Life’s Tragedies
• A Caregivers Guide: How to Do the Job Well
While Preserving Your Own Well-Being.
The founder of two parent support groups, she has spoken at medical conferences, hospitals, and the University of Miami Medical School on ethics in neonatology, organ donation, parents’ rights, and what physicians can do to avoid being sued.
In 1972, she was the first female motorcycle courier to work for a national television news network. She was thrilled when Walter Cronkite gave her the nickname, “Sparky.”
Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Londner earned her master’s of education in counseling psychology
from the University of Miami. The widow of a
popular news reporter, Londner lives in Miami
and has two surviving children and two grandsons.
She's thinking about buying a new motorcycle.
To schedule speaking engagements or interviews, or to discuss the academic applications of the book, contact me at: ronlondner@
• Offer discussion points for
• Book signings
• Instructional material for health
communication, psychology, social work, medicine, nursing, disability issues, ethics, grief,
and parents’ rights.
• Information about
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)Parents' research
• Speak to recipient and
• Encourage organ donation
• Comments or questions
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Ron and Mikey in the park.
Ron with "editor" Logan, her grandson.