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An introduction to Graphic Medicine.
Graphic Medicine—The Best of 2022
By Michael J. Green, MD, MS
JAMA, 2022, 328(24), 2379-2380.
The role of comics in public health communication during the COVID-19 pandemic
By Ciléin Kearns & Nethmi Kearns
Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 43(3), 139-149.
A Graphic Transformation: A Qualitative Study of Transformative Learning in Medical Trainees during COVID-19 Using Comics as Data Presentation
By Benjamin Vipler, Michael Green, Jennifer McCall-Hosenfeld, Paul Haidet & Elizabeth Tisdell
Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 35(3), 287-302.
MASS APPEAL: Comics continue redefining boundaries, tackling complex social issues, and educating readers, even as they entertain
By Ingrid Bohnenkamp
Library Journal, 2019, 144(5), 38+.
Graphic Pathographies and the Ethical Practice of Person-Centered Medicine
By Kimberly R. Myers, MA, PhD and Michael D.F. Goldenberg, MA
AMA Journal of Ethics. 2018;20(2):158-166.
Graphic medicine: comics as medical narrative.
By Ian C M Williams
BMJ. Medical Humanities, 38(1): 21–27.
Graphic medicine: use of comics in medical education and patient care.
By Michael J Green and Kimberly R Myers
BMJ. 2010, 340, 863
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