Presentation Type

Presentation

Date

2020-03-28

Description

This presentation discusses how graphic medicine has been a movement for change that challenges the dominant methods of scholarship in healthcare, offering a more inclusive perspective and giving a voice to those who are often not heard. Noe encourages librarians to make sure this movement continues.

To view a recording of this presentation and the panel discussion, see Panel B: Minding Graphic Medicine’s Rise.

Keywords

graphic medicine, comics, cartoons

DOI

10.13028/8wvv-x247

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Copyright © 2020 Noe. This is an open access document distributed under the CC BY license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
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Graphic Medicine & Canonization: Are We on a Worrisome Path?

Updated to apply CC BY license

This presentation discusses how graphic medicine has been a movement for change that challenges the dominant methods of scholarship in healthcare, offering a more inclusive perspective and giving a voice to those who are often not heard. Noe encourages librarians to make sure this movement continues.

To view a recording of this presentation and the panel discussion, see Panel B: Minding Graphic Medicine’s Rise.