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On 27 April, as part of the Ethics in Performance series at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Dr. Sue Eckstein presents the panel, “Graphic Medicine at Work.”
In this first of two podcast episodes of the event, geriatrician Muna Al-Jawad delivers her illustrated talk, “Comics Are Good for Your Health.” In it she presents five ways that comics improve the health and well being of medical professionals.
Immediately following is a talk by illustrator Nicola Streeten on the Lived Experience vs. the Learned Experience in Medicine as expressed in her graphic novel, Billy, Me, and You.
The third presenter from the event, Nye Wright, followed by a Q&A with all three panelists, will be next week’s podcast episode.
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