Due to technical difficulties (i.e. Twitter being down on the East Coast), there many be numerous missed items. Please forward any you saw to me and I will update!

Heads up: Just a reminder that this week’s post includes items from last Friday (October 14th) due to the earlier posting!

‘This week in #graphicmedicine’ highlights relevant articles (and tweets) about comics in medicine published during a the week (Saturday – Friday). Articles are typically presented without commentary, with credit given to those who flagged them up where possible. So without further ado…

Articles & More… 

Webcomic: PTSD: The Wound That Never Heals (by @LeelaOfNewYork) via @GraphicMedicine

Webcomic: Drink. Drank. Drunk. via @TheNib

Webcomic: Passports, please! The maternity ward of the future – cartoon via @TheBadDr

 Webcomic: Life is an ambush. My two birth stories. via @TheNib

Podcast: Comics Alternative with Luke Howard

Interview: An Interview with Peter Dunlap-Shohl via @PSUPress

Check Out: Dementia and Imagination

Video: How Graphic Novels Work: The Art of “The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye”

Meet Me Monday: Alice Jaggers, UAMS Library via @AJaggers324

‘Doigts d’honneur’ de Ferenc y Basa. Primavera árabe: ¿hay esperanza para las mujeres en Egipto?

Newswire: Sarah W. Searle announces her new coming-of-age graphic novel Thimble via @MedNarrative

Artist Grappled With Schizophrenia Through Eerie Drawings Of Hybrid Human Forms via @MedNarrative

Cancer survivor Tamara Rodriguez was so inspired by the support she received from her young daughter that she wrote a children’s book. via @MedNarrative

I Illustrated Mental Illness And Disorders For Inktober via @MedNarrative

Comics, Medicine, and Healing Through Story: Lecture and Talk with Dr. Dana Walrath

A day at Dunkirk refugee camp via @CartoonKate

Racial Division And Trauma In The Comics via @ComicsGrid

New program uses comics to teach kids about junk science


Some great stuff this week! Did I miss something? Let me know in the comments below or tweet @NoetheMatt! Until next time…