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A Dose of Graphic Medicine

If you’ve never read a Graphic Medicine novel a great place to start might be with Dr. Ian Williams’ novel The Bad Doctor. The story follows fictional physician, Iwan James, as he navigates his way through caring for a variety of patients … Continue reading

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Introducing Our Newest Libguide: Graphic Medicine

There is a lot of wonderful literature and comic work going on in the realm of Graphic Medicine, especially in the current climate of COVID-19, but before creating our own Graphic Medicine Libguide we had to first define what Graphic … Continue reading

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Comics and COVID19

There are a variety of ways we document our experiences during massive changes like our current pandemic. Maybe it’s through the writing do, the pictures we capture, or the things we make. One great example of recording experiences is through … Continue reading

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Educational Materials for Patients

Many patients find it helpful to receive patient education materials at physician visits to refer to when they get home. These materials can include information about a new diagnosis, prescription information (what are they taking, why, and frequency/dosage), future reading … Continue reading

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