Graphic medicine: comics as medical narrative Jan. 31, 2012 by Ian WilliamsFacebookTwitterPinterestMy article has been published online first In BMJ Medical Humanities Med Humanities doi:10.1136/medhum-2011-010093 click on the image above to access the article, but you’ll need a subscription or an Athens Login. Or you could email me. Ian
Adelle Pomeroy says
I would love to read this article, but I don’t have a subscription or an Athens Login. How can I contact Ian?
Ian Williams says
I’ll send it to you.
Agnieszka Walczak says
About to start my MA in Medical Humanities at Birkbeck! I chose ‘graphic medicine’ (thanks for that) as my first project and would love to relate to your work and this article. I tried to access BMJ Medical Humanities via Birkbeck digital library but sadly no luck. As someone who thinks her life as a graphic novel (and sadly CANNOT draw), with passion for the medium, as a Special Educational Needs practitioner, often working with non verbal adults or children, finally, as someone who was once literally lost for words (I acquired English language as an adult) I am naturally drawn to the graphic novel genre as a form of expression, particularly in relation to trauma and illness. Could I kindly ask for the email of your article,