Communicating information to patients: the use of cartoon illustrations to improve comprehension of instructions. Delp C, Jones J. Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, USA.
Teaching With Comics: A Course for Forth Year Medical Students Michael Green, MD Journal of Medical Humanities, September 2013 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10912-013-9245-5
Exploring Graphic Pathographies in the Medical Humanities by Maria Vaccarella Med Humanities 2013;39:70-71 doi:10.1136/medhum-2012-010209
How do comics represent depression? post on Pencil, Panel, Page
“Medical Students Study Graphic Novels” WITF radio piece, with accompanying article, discussing Michael Green’s Annals of Internal Medicine comic, “Missed It” and his Comics & Medicine course at Penn State Hershey School of Medicine.
Atrium is the report of the Northwestern Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program Graphic, Issue 10, Spring 2012 was guest co-edited by Catherine Belling and MK Czerwiec, full PDF of issue available here. Table of contents: The View from the Spectrum: The Challenges of Picturing Autism in Comics Form by Courrney Angermeier and Jeff Benham Aggression Management Manga: An Interview with Rinko Endo by MK Czerwiec Monsters and the Ghosts of PubMed by Alice Dreger Picture This: Illustrating the Future of HIPAA Docukents by Leah Eisenberg and Rose Anderon Saving Grace: Teaching about Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Using Comic Form (in… Read More
Comics are Research: Graphic Narratives as a New Way of Seeing Clinical Practice Muna Al-Jawad Journal of Medical Humanities February 2013
Medthics Graphic Novel by Harmon Fong Journal of Medical Humanities December 2012, Vol 33, Issue 4, p.273-285
Comic Strips Carry Serious Messages for Medical Students
Great article, How Not to Write Comics Criticism by Dylan Meconis on his site.