The episode opens with Alice Jaggers and host MK Czerwiec discussing Graphic Medicine News. That segment is followed by Whit Taylor‘s keynote address from the 2018 Comics & Medicine conference in White River Junction, Vermont. NOTE: The comics Whit mentions are linked below.
Whit is a cartoonist, writer, editor, and public health educator. She has a BA in cultural anthropology from Brown University and received an MPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Boston University School of Public Health. Her comics have been published by The Nib, The New Yorker, Illustrated PEN and others.
America Isn’t Ready For a Pandemic, The Nib, 2018
African-Americans are more likely to distrust the Medical System. Blame the Tuskegee Experiment, The Nib, 2018
Sugarland by Susie Cagle, WNYC, 2018Vaccines Work: Here are the Facts by Maki Naro, The Nib, 2014
The Radium Girls, Emi Gennis
Health Education Models
CDC Tips Campaign MTA ad College Health
You’re So Sexy (When Not Transmitting STDs) Isabella Rottman
Draw Stronger, Kriota Willberg
Ink for Beginners, Kate Leth
Bedsider birth control website
Comics for Choice, 2018
What is Race? The Nib, 2017
Clinton v. Trump on Abortion ,The Nib, 2016
Trumpcare Winners and Losers, The Nib, 2017
Up, Down Clown (2014)
The Myth of the Strong Black Woman, The Nib, 2015
Ghost, Ghost Stories
Other mental health comics:
Yumi Sakugawa, There is No Right Way to Meditate
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