The Graphic Librarian

Reflections on librarianship, comics, and health

Graphic Medicine in the Academy

This page seeks to collect citations indexed in scholarly databases, such as PubMed, CINAHL, Scopus, and more, that relate to the use of comics in healthcare. These include application of comics into patient and physician education, as a diagnostic tool, and more. During curation of this collection, every attempt is made to weed out incidences where the use of a comic was incidental to the topic – such as using a comic to evaluate theories of the mind. Additionally, while a search in PubMed will lead to numerous genetic studies, the cartoons in question are not comics in the literary sense and are thus excluded.

This list is updated periodically and is far from complete – as of 9/21/16, I am working my way through the early 2000’s and am adding a little each week. If you know of citations that should be included, please reach out to me either here or on Twitter at @NoetheMatt. Enjoy!

** Citations in green refer to books; citations in pink refer to animated comics; citations in orange refer to more general arts in medicine  **


Ongoing

Annals of Graphic Medicine – http://annals.org/GraphicMedicine

An ongoing series of comics and ‘video-comics’ related to the experiences of those within medicine – patients, physicians, etc. – published digitally by the Annals of Internal Medicine.

  • Bedeman, J.W., Meisel, S.F., & Pashayan, N. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: Living on benefits: How cancer screening is portrayed in the U.K national press. Annals of Internal Medicine, 164(9), W13 – W14. doi: 10.7326/G15-0019.
  • Cohen, Y.Z. & Haber, S. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: One in a million. Annals of Internal Medicine, 163(1), W129 – W134. doi: 10.7326/G14-0001.
  • Czerwiec, M.K., Pincavage, A., & Arora, V.M. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: Mr. S changes doctors. Annals of Internal Medicine, 162(11), W127 – W128. doi: 10.7326/G14-0008.
  • Doan, W. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: She never woke up. Annals of Internal Medicine, 164(1), W1 – W10. doi: 10.7326/G15-0014.
  • Doan, W.J. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: A brief anatomy of my anxiety: The OCD variety. Annals of Internal Medicine, 164(11), W15 – W24. doi: 10.7326/G15-0018.
  • Doan, W.J. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: All systems go – The physiology of of panic, or all systems go. Annals of Internal Medicine, 165(11), W14 – W16. doi: 10.7326/G16-0009.
  • Farris, G.E. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: The price of progress. Annals of Internal Medicine, 165(1), W1 – W4. doi: 10.7326/G16-0003.
  • Gray, N. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: Please don’t use patient names. Annals of Internal Medicine, 164(7), W12. doi: 10.7326/G15-0020.
  • Gray, N. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: I’d want a natural death. Annals of Internal Medicine, 165(3), W5. doi: 10.7326/G16-0002.
  • Green, M.J. & Rieck, R. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: Betty P. Annals of Internal Medicine, 162(7), W74 – W79. doi: 10.7326/G14-0009.
  • Montoya, R. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: Sign out. Annals of Internal Medicine, 163(7), W141 – 145. doi: 10.7326/G15-0003.
  • Mukhopadhyay, A. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: Doctor and patient. Annals of Internal Medicine, 163(5), 140. doi: 10.7326/G15-0001.
  • Rosenzweig, S. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: Mom’s flock. Annals of Internal Medicine, 163(3), W135 – W139. doi: 10.7326/G14-0003.
  • Rosenzweig, S. & Freeman, A. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: The last ride of Mo Rosenzweig. Annals of Internal Medicine, 163(11), W146 – W151. doi: 10.7326/G15-0005.
  • Rosenzweig, S., Freeman, A., & Hopkins, T. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: 50 shades of gray matter. Annals of Internal Medicine, 162(9), GM1. doi: 10.7326/G14-0006.
  • Swanson, J.G. (2016). Annals graphic medicine: Atrial flutter. Annals of Internal Medicine, 164(3), W11. doi: 10.7326/G15-0013.
  • Yu, C.H. & Man, J.H. (2015). Annals graphic medicine: The daily grind: A day in the life of someone living with diabetes. Annals of Internal Medicine, 163(9), GM1. doi: 10.7326/G15-0002.

2016

  • Anderson, P.F., Wescom, E., & Carlos, R.C. (2016). Difficult doctors, difficult patients: Building empathy. Journal of the American College of Radiology, 13(12 Pt B), 1590 – 1598. doi: 10.1016/j.jacr.2016.09.015.
  • Bause, G. S. (2016). Cartoon by “AB” of a dentist anesthetist who “ran no risks”. Anesthesiology, 125(6), 1135. doi: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000001423.
  • Cox, T. L. (2016). The postwar medicalization of <family> planning: Planned Parenthood’s conservative comic, Escape from FearWomen’s Studies in Communication, 39(3), 268 – 288. doi: 10.1080/07491409.2016.1194936.
  • DeFalco, A. (2016). Graphic somatography: Life writing, comics, and the ethics of care. Journal of Medical Humanities, 37(3), 223 – 240. doi: 10.1007/s10912-015-9360-6.
  • Diamond, J., McQuillan, J., Spiegel, A., Hill, P., Smith, R., West, J., & Wood, C. (2016). Viruses, vaccines, and the public. Museums & Social Issues, 11(1), 9 – 16. doi: 10.1080/15596893.2016.1131099.
  • Dobbins, S. (2016). Comics in public health: The sociocultural and cognitive influence of narrative on health behaviours. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 7(1), 35 – 52. doi: 10.1080/21504857.2015.1127844.
  • Edgar, A. (2016). The athletic body. Health Care Analysis, 2016, 1 – 15. doi:10.1007/s10728-016-0332-4.
  • Farthing, A. & Priego, E. (2016). Data from: ‘Graphic medicine’ as mental health information resource: Insights from comics producers. Open Health Data, 4(1), 3. doi: 10.5334/ohd.25.
  • Farthing, A. & Priego, E. (2016). ‘Graphic medicine’ as mental health information resource: Insights from comics producers. The Comics Grid, 6doi: 10.16995/cg.74.
  • Fradkin, C., Weschenfelder, G.V., & Yunes, M.A. (2016). Shared adversities of children and comic superheroes as resources for promoting resilience: Comic superheroes are an untapped resource for empowering vulnerable children. Child Abuse & Neglect, 51, 407 – 415. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.10.010.
  • Gessell, P. (2016). Guru of graphic medicine. Canadian Medical Association Journaldoi:10.1503/cmaj.160027.
  • Goldenberg, M.D. (2016). Comics: A step toward the future of medicine and medical education?. Ear, Nose, & Throat Journal, 95(6), 204 – 205.
  • Green, M., Myers, K., Watson, K., Czerwiec, M.K., Shapiro, D., & Draus, S. (2016). Creativity in medical education: The value of having medical students make stuff. Journal of Medical Humanities, 2016doi:10.1007/s10912-016-9397-1.
  • Houpt, K., Balkin, L., Broom, R. , Roth, A., & Selma. (2016). Anti-memoir: Creating alternate nursing home narratives through zine making. Art Therapy, 33(3), 128 – 137. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2016.1199243.
  • Ishigami, A., Yokota, C., Nishimura, K., Ohyama, S., Tomari, S., Hino, T., Arimizu, T., Wada, S., Toyoda, K., & Minematsu, K. (2016). Delivering knowledge of stroke to parents through their children using a manga for stroke education in elementary school. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseasesdoi: 10.1016/j.jstrokecerebrovasdis.2016.10.005.
  • Juul, A.M., Rasmussen, M., Koch, K.U., & Juul, N. (2016). [Head injuries in Duckburg in 1959 and 2009]. Ugeskrift for Laeger178(50).
  • Kassai, B., Rabilloud, M., Dantony, E., Grousson, S., Revol, O., Malik, S., Ginhoux, T., Touil, N., Chassard, D., & Pereira de Souza Neto, E. (2016). Introduction of a paediatric anaesthesia comic information leaflet reduced preoperative anxiety in children. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 117(1), 95 – 102. doi: 10.1093/bja/aew154.
  • Kasthuri, R. (2016). Book review: The Story of My Tits by Jennifer Hayden. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 8(1), 112-113. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21504857.2016.1233900.
  • Kato, H. & Nishigori, H. (2016). A potential use for manga in medical education. Academic Medicine, 91(3), 290. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000001063.
  • Kim, J., Chung, M.S., Jang, H.G., & Chung, B.S. (2016). The use of educational comics in learning anatomy among multiple student groups. Anatomical Sciences Educationdoi: 10.1002/ase.1619.
  • King, A.J. (2016). Using comics to communicate about health: An introduction to the symposium on visual narratives and graphic medicine. Health Communication, 19, 1 – 2. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2016.1211063.
  • Kraft, S.A., Constantine, M., Magnus, D., Porter, K.M., Lee, S.S., Green, M., Kass, N.E., Wilfond, B.S., & Cho, M.K. (2016). A randomized study of multimedia informational aids for research on medical practices: Implications for informed consent. Clinical Trials. DOI: 10.1177/1740774516669352.
  • Krakow, M. (2016). Graphic narratives and cancer prevention: A case study of an American Cancer Society comic book. Health communication. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2016.1211075.
  • Leung, M.M., Green, M.C., Tate, D.F., Cai, J., Wyka, K., & Ammerman, A.S. (2016). Fight for your right to fruit: Psychosocial outcomes of a manga comic promoting fruit consumption in middle-school youth. Health Communicationdoi: 10.1080/10410236.2016.1211074.
  • Liou, K.T., Jamorabo, D.S., Dollase, R.H., Dumenco, L., Schiffman, F.J., & Baruch, J.M. (2016). Playing in the “gutter”: Cultivating creativity in medical education and practice. Academic Medicine, 91(3), 322 – 327. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000001018.
  • Long, V. (2016). Dermatology and comic book characters. JAMA Dermatology, 152(6), 697. doi: 10.1001/jamadermatol.2015.5150.
  • McMullin, J. (2016). Cancer and the comics: Graphic narratives and biolegitimate lives. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 30(2), 149 – 167. doi: 10.1111/maq.12172.
  • McNicol, S. (2016). The potential of educational comics as a health information medium. Health Information and Libraries Journaldoi: 10.1111/hir.12145.
  • Mickel, C., Shanovich, K., Evans, M., & Jackson, D.(2016). Evaluation of a school-based asthma education protocol: Iggy and the Inhalers. Journal of School Nursingdoi: 10.1177/1059840516659912.
  • Parker, G. (2016). Psychiatrists as cartoon characters: How the New Yorker has traced psychiatry over the decades. American Journal of Psychiatry, 173(9), 875. http://dx.doi.org/10.1176/appi.ajp.2016.16040451.
  • Reves-Rodriguez, M.L., Garcia, M., Silva, Y., Sala, M., Quaranta, M.,  Bulik, C.M. (2016). [Development of fotonovelas to raise awareness of eating disorders in Latinos in the United States]. Revista Mexicana de Trastornos Alimentarios, 7(1), 1 – 23. doi: 10.1016/j.rmta.2016.03.002.
  • Schmidt, B.M., Abrams, A., & Tameris, M. (2016). Engaging adolescents in tuberculosis and clinical trial research through drama. Trials, 17(177). doi: 10.1186/s13063-016-1291-7.
  • Shinmei, I., Kobayashi, K., Takagishi, Y., Kanie, A., Ito, M., Takebayashi, Y., Murata, M., Horikoshi, M., & Dobkin, R.D. (2016). Cognitive behavioral therapy for depression in Japanese Parkinson’s disease patients: A pilot study. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 12, 1319 – 1331. doi: 10.2147/NDT.S104777.
  • Sood, P. (2016). Teaching trust with art. Science, 351(6275), 825. doi: 10.1126/science.351.6275.825-c.
  • Stothard, J.R., Khamis, A.N., Khamis, I.S., Neo, C.H., Wei, I., & Rollinson, D. (2016). Health education and the control of urogenital schistosomiasis: Assessing the impact of the Juma Na Kichocho comic-strip medical booklet in Zanzibar. Journal of Biosocial Science, 48(Suppl 1), S40 – S55. doi: 10.1017/S0021932016000122.
  • Tarver, T., Woodson, D., Fechter, N., Vanchiere, J., Olmstadt, W., & Tudor, C. (2016). A novel tool for health literacy: Using comic books to combat childhood obesity. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 16(2), 152 – 159. doi: 10.1080/15323269.2016.1154768.
  • Tekle-Haimanot, R., Pierre-Marie, P., Daniel, G., Worku, D.K., Belay, H.D., & Gebrewold, M.A. (2016). Impact of an educational comic book on epilepsy-related knowledge, awareness, and attitudes among school children in Ethiopia. Epilepsy & Behavior, 61, 218 – 223. doi: 10.1016/j.yebeh.2016.05.002.
  • Tsao, P. & Yu, C. (2016). “There’s no billing code for empathy” – Animated comics remind medical students of empathy: a qualitative study. BMC Medical Education, 16(204). doi: 10.1186/s12909-016-0724-z.
  • Venkatesan, S. & Sweetha, S. (2016). Rhetorics of the visual: Graphic medicine, comics and its affordances. Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, 8(3). doi: 10.21659/rupkatha.v8n3.23.
  • Venkatesan, S. & Sweetha, S. (2016). Royal road to wisdom: Tarot cards and Justin Green’s BINKY BROWN MEETS THE HOLY VIRGIN MARY. The Explicator, 74(3), 170-172. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00144940.2016.1203753.
  • Venkatesan, S. (2016). Book Review: The bad doctor: the troubled life and times of Dr. Iwan James, by Ian Williams. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 8(1), 110-112. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21504857.2016.1149082.
  • Willis, L.A., Kachur, R., Castellanos, T.J., Spikes, P., Gaul, Z.J., Gamayo, A.C., Durham, M., Jones, S., Nichols, K., Han Barthelemy, S., LaPlace, L., Staatz, C., Hogben, M., Robinson, S., Brooks, J.T., & Sutton, M.Y. (2016). Developing a motion comic for HIV/STD prevention for young people ages 15 – 24, part 1: Listening to your target audience. Health Communicationdoi: 10.1080/10410236.2016.1255840.

2015

  • Al-Jawad, M. (2015). Comics are research: Graphic narratives as a new way of seeing clinical practice. Journal of Medical Humanities, 36(4), 369 – 374. doi: 10.1007/s10912-013-9205-0.
  • Braggio, J.T., Mitchell, C.S., & Fierro-Luperini, S. (2015). Maryland environmental public health tracking outreach with Spanish-speaking persons living in Baltimore city or county. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 21(Suppl 2), S62 – S267. doi: 10.1097/PHH.0000000000000163.
  • Brandt, L., Beima-Sofie, K., Hamunime, N., Shepard, M., Ferris, L., Ingo, P., John-Stewart, G., & O’Malley, G. (2015). Growing-up just like everyone else: Key components of a successful pediatric HIV disclosure intervention in Namibia. AIDS, 29(Suppl 1), S81 – S89. doi: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000000667.
  • Brown, B., Nasiruddin, M., Cabral, A., & Soohoo, M. (2015). Childhood idols, shifting from superheroes to public health heroes. Journal of Public Health (Oxford), 28(3), 625 – 629. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdv013.
  • Brüggemann, A.J., Swahnberg, K., & Wijma, B. (2015). A first online intervention to increase patients’ perceived ability to act in situations of abuse in health care: Reports of a Swedish pre-post study. BMC Medical Ethics, 16(35). doi: 10.1186/s12910-015-0027-7.
  • Cedri, S., Briguglio, E., Cedri, C., Masellis, A., Crenca, A., Pitidis, A., & The PRIUS Working Group. (2015). Development of an effective communication strategy for the prevention of burns in children: the PRIUS project. Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters, 28(2), 88–93.
  • Czerwiec, M.K., Williams, I., Squier, S., Green, M., Myers, K., & Smith, S. (2015). Graphic Medicine Manifesto. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.
  • Furuno, Y. & Sasajima, H. (2015). Medical comics as tools to aid in obtaining informed consent for stroke care. Medicine, 94(26). doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000001077.
  • George, D.R. & Green M.J. (2015). Lessons learned from comics produced by medical students: Art of darkness. JAMA, 314(22), 2345-2346. doi: 10.1001/jama.2015.13652.
  • Glazer, S. (2015). Graphic medicine: Comics turn a critical eye on health care. The Hastings Center Report, 45(3), 15 – 19. doi: 10.1002/hast.445.
  • Green, M.J. (2015). Comics and medicine: Peering into the process of professional identity formation. Academic Medicine, 90(6), 774 – 779. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000703.
  • Grootens-Wiegers, P., de Vries, M.C., van Beusekom, M.M., van Dijck, L., & van den Broek, J.M. (2015). Comic strips help children understand medical research:
    Targeting the informed consent procedure to children’s needs. Patient Education and Counseling, 98(4), 518 – 524. doi: 10.1016/j.pec.2014.12.005.
  • Hammond, N., Cheeseman, M., Chantry, A., & Peng, G.C.A. (2015). Researching surviving cancer and sexuality using visual methods: A reflection on research rationale and negotiating ethical issues. Families, Relationships and Societies, 4(3), 483 – 492. doi: 10.1332/204674315X14381836678553.
  • Imamura, K., Kawakami, N., Furukawa, T.A., Matsuyama, Y., Shimazu, A., Umanodan, R., Kawakami, S., & Kasai, K. (2015). Effects of an internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy intervention on improving work engagement and other work-related outcomes: An analysis of secondary outcomes of a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 57(5), 578 – 584. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000411.
  • Jacoby, S.D., Lucarelli, M., Musse, F., Krishnamurthy, A., & Salyers, V. (2015). A mixed-methods study of immigrant Somali women’s health literacy and perinatal experiences in Maine. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, 60(5), 593 – 603. doi: 10.1111/jmwh.12332.
  • Joshi, A., Hillwig-Garcia, J., Joshi, M., & Haidet, P. (2015). Using comics for pre-class preparation. Medical Education, 49(11), 1141 – 1142. doi: 10.1111/medu.12868.
  • Maruxo, H.B., Prado, C., Almeida, D.M., Tobase, L., Grossi, M.G., & Vaz, D.R. (2015). Webquest and comics in the formation of human resources in nursing. Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da U.S.P., 49(Spec), 68 – 74. doi: 10.1590/S0080-623420150000800010.
  • Matsuzono, K., Yokota, C., Takekawa, H., Okamura, T., Miyamatsu, N., Nakayama, H., Nishimura, K., Ohyama, S., Ishigami, A., Okumura, K., Toyoda, K., Miyamoto, Y., & Minematsu, K. (2015). Effects of stroke education of junior high school students on stroke knowledge of their parents: Tochigi project. Stroke, 46(2), 572 – 574. doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.114.007907.
  • Nayar, P. K. (2015). Communicable diseases: Graphic medicine and the extreme. Journal of Creative Communications, 10(2), 161 – 175. doi: 10.1177/0973258615597385.
  • Ohyama, S., Yokota, C., Miyashita, F., Amano, T., Inoue, Y., Shigehatake, Y., Sakamoto, Y., Toyoda, K., & Minematsu, K. (2015). Effective education materials to advance stroke awareness without teacher participation in junior high school students. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, 24(11), 2533 – 2538. doi: 10.1016/j.jstrokecerebrovasdis.2015.07.001.
  • Peters, R.M., Dadun, Zweekhorst, M.B., Bunders, J.F., Irwanto, & van Brakel, W.H. (2015). A cluster-randomized controlled intervention study to assess the effect of a contact intervention in reducing leprosy-related stigma in Indonesia. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9(10). doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004003.
  • Pincavage, A.T., Lee, W.W., Venable, L.R., Prochaska, M., Staisiunas, D.D., Beiting, K.J., Czerwiec, M.K., Oyler, J., Vinci, L.M., & Arora,V.M. (2015). “Ms. B changes doctors”: using a comic and patient transition packet to engineer patient-oriented clinic handoffs (EPOCH). Journal of General Internal Medicine, 30(2), 257 – 260. doi: 10.1007/s11606-014-3009-4.
  • Kasthuri, R.R. & Venkatesan, S. (2015). Picturing illness: History, poetics, and graphic medicine. RHiMEhttps://www.rhime.in/ojs/?p=1067.
  • Squier, S.M. (2015). Graphic medicine in the university. The Hastings Center Report, 45(3), 19 – 22. doi: 10.1002/hast.446.
  • Venkatesan, S. (2015). Book Review: Graphic medicine manifesto, by M. K. Czerwiec, Ian Williams, Susan Merrill Squier, Michael J. Green, Kimberly R. Myers, and Scott T. Smith. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 7(1), 93-94. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21504857.2015.1108350.
  • Venkatesan, S. & Peter, A. (2015). Journeys into care giving: Lessons from Sarah Leavitt’s “Tangles: A Story About Alzheimer’s, My Mother, and Me”. RHiME, 2https://www.rhime.in/ojs/index.php?journal=rhime&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=18.
  • Venkatesan, S. & Peter, A. (2015). Life is a game: Visual metaphors in Brian Fies’s Mom’s Cancer. Hektoen International, Fall. http://hekint.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1983.
  • Varela Amaral, S., Forte, T., Ramalho-Santos, J., &  Girão da Cruz, M.T. (2015). I want more and better cells! – An outreach project about stem cells and its impact on the general population. PLoS One, 10(7). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0133753.
  • Weaver-Hightower, M.B. (2015). Losing Thomas & Ella: A father’s story (a research comic). Journal of Medical Humanitiesdoi:10.1007/s10912-015-9359-z.
  • Yawar, A. (2015). The madness of Charlie Brown. Lancet, 386(10001), 1332 – 1333. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(15)00338-4.

2014

  • Al-Delaimy, A.K., Al-Mekhlafi, H.M., Lim, Y.A., Nasr, N.A., Sady, H., Atroosh, W.M., & Mahmud, R. (2014). Developing and evaluating health education learning package (HELP) to control soil-transmitted helminth infections among Orang Asli children in Malaysia. Parasites & Vectors, 7:416. doi: 10.1186/1756-3305-7-416.
  • Babaian, C.S. & Chalian, A.A. (2014). “The thyroidectomy story”: Comic books, graphic novels, and the novel approach to teaching head and neck surgery through the genre of the comic book. Journal of Surgical Education, 71(3), 413 – 418.  doi: 10.1016/j.jsurg.2013.11.008.
  • Beauchet, O., Beauchet, A., Beauchet, A., Beauchet, E., Herrmann, F.R., & Annweiler, C. (2014). Who is at risk of recurrent falls in “The adventures of Tintin”? (Tome I). Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62(10), 1986 – 1987. doi: 10.1111/jgs.13037.
  • Caumes, E., Epelboin, L., Leturcq, F., Kozarsky, P., & Clarke, P. (2015). Tintin’s travel traumas: Health issues affecting the intrepid globetrotter. Presse Medicale, 44(6 Pt 1), e203 – e210. doi: 10.1016/j.lpm.2015.01.006.
  • Cedri, S., Briguglio, E., Cedri, C., Masellis, A., Crenca, A., & Pitidis, A. (2015). Development of an effective communication strategy for the prevention of burns in children: the PRIUS project. Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters, 28(2), 88 – 93.
  • Cunha, L.R., Cudischevitch, C.O., Carneiro, A.B., Macedo, G.B., Lannes, D., & Silva-Neto, M.A. (2014). Triatominae biochemistry goes to school: evaluation of a novel tool for teaching basic biochemical concepts of Chagas disease vectors. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 42(4), 323 – 330. doi: 10.1002/bmb.20795.
  • Czerwiec, M.K. & Huang, M. (2014). Hospice comics: Representation of patient and family experience of illness and death in graphic novels. Journal of Medical Humanities, doi:10.1007/s10912-014-9303-7. doi: 10.1007/s10912-014-9303-7.
  • Diedrich, L. (2014). Graphic analysis: Transitional phenomena in Alison Bechdel’s Are you my mother?. Configurations, 22(2), 183 – 203. doi: 10.1353/con.2014.0014.
  • Dominquez, M., Mateu, A., Torgersen, H., & Porcar, M. (2014). Cartoons on bacterial balloons: scientists’ opinion on the popularization of synthetic biology. Systems and Synthetic Biology, 8(4), 321 – 328. doi: 10.1007/s11693-014-9155-5.
  • Donovan, C. (2014). Graphic pathogeographies. Journal of Medical Humanities, 35(3), 273 – 299. doi: 10.1007/s10912-014-9295-3.
  • Imamura, K., Kawakami, N., Furukawa, T.A., Matsuyama, Y., Shimazu, A., Umanodan, R., Kawakami, S., & Kasai, K. (2014). Effects of an Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (iCBT) program in Manga format on improving subthreshold depressive symptoms among healthy workers: a randomized controlled trial. PLoS One, 9(5), E97167. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0097167.
  • Katz, M.L., Oldach, B.R., Goodwin, J., Reiter, P.L., Ruffin, M.T. (4th), & Paskett, E.D. (2014).
  • Kennedy, A., Rogers, A., Blickem, C., Daker-White, G., & Bowen, R. (2014). Developing cartoons for long-term condition self-management information. BMC Health Services Research, 14(60). doi: 10.1186/1472-6963-14-60.
  • Knoblauch, H. (2014). “A Campaign Won as a Public Issue Will Stay Won”: Using cartoons and comics to fight national health care reform, 1940s and beyond. American Journal of Public Health, 104(2), 227 – 236. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301585.
  • Leung, M., Tripicchio, G., Agaronov, A., & Hou, N. (2014). Manga comic influences snack selection in black and Hispanic New York City youth. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 46(2), 142 – 147. doi: 10.1016/j.jneb.2013.11.004.
  • Lo-Fo-Wong, D.N., Beijaerts, A., de Haes, H.C., & Sprangers, M.A. (2014). Cancer in full-colour: Use of a graphic novel to identify distress in women with breast cancer. Journal of Health Psychology, 19(12), 1554 – 1563. doi: 10.1177/1359105313495905.
  • Maxwell, E., Simmons, M., Franklin, L., Arnold, J., & Pall, H. (2014). Impact of educational cartoon on pediatric bowel preparation quality at time of colonoscopy. Global Pediatric Health, 1doi: 10.1177/2333794X14548199.
  • McGinnis, K., Montiel-Ishino, F.A., Standifer, M.K., Wathington, D., Goldsmith, J., & Baldwin, J.A. (2014). Photonovels: An innovative approach to address health disparities and sustainability. Journal of Cancer Education, 29(3), 441 – 448. doi: 10.1007/s13187-014-0607-0.
  • McNicol, S. (2014). Humanising illness: Presenting health information in educational comics. Medical Humanities, 40(1), 49 – 55. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2013-010469.
  • Morita, H. & Sugamura, G. (2014). [Reading poems to oneself affects emotional state and level of distraction]. Shinrigaku Kenkyu, 85(5), 437 – 444. 
  • Sakamoto, Y., Yokota, C., Miyashita, F., Amano, T., Shigehatake, Y., Oyama, S., Itagaki, N., Okumura, K., Toyoda, K., & Minematsu, K. (2014). Effects of stroke education using an animated cartoon and a manga on elementary school children. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, 23(7), 1877 – 1881. doi: 10.1016/j.jstrokecerebrovasdis.2014.02.015.
  • Shigehatake, Y., Yokota, C., Amano, T., Tomii, Y., Inoue, Y., Hagihara, T., Toyoda, K., & Minematsu, K. (2014). Stroke education using an animated cartoon and a manga for junior high school students. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease, 23(6), 1623 – 1627. doi: 10.1016/j.jstrokecerebrovasdis.2014.01.001.
  • Towey, F. (2014). Conference: Comics and medicine. Lancet, Oncology, 15(9), 927 – 928.
  • Zehr, E.P. (2014). Avengers Assemble! Using pop-culture icons to communicate science. Advances in Physiology Education, 38(2), 118 – 123.

2013

  • Al-Jawad, M. (2013). Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Comics and Medicine: Artist and organiser’s note. Medical Humanities, 39(2), 145 – 146.  doi: 10.1136/medhum-2013-010442.
  • Bates, V., Bleakley, A., & Goodman, S. (2013). Medicine, health and the arts. doi: 10.4324/9780203079614.
  • Bause, G.S. (2013). Wood-swinging Paul Wood, M.D.: “Tee or tea?”. Anesthesiology, 118(3), 586. doi: 10.1097/ALN.0b013e31828ac26e.
  • Branscum, P., Sharma, M., Wang, L., Wilson, B., & Rojas-Guyler, L. (2013). A true challenge for any superhero: An evaluation of a comic book obesity prevention program. Family and Community Health, 36(1), 63 – 76. doi: 10.1097/FCH.0b013e31826d7607.
  • Dworkin, M.S., Peterson, C.E., Gao, W., Mayor, A., Hunter, R., Negron, E., Fleury, A., & Besch, C.L. (2013). Efficacy of a food safety comic book on knowledge and self-reported behavior for persons living with AIDS. PLoS One, 8(10), e72874. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0072874.
  • Green, M.J. (2013). Teaching with comics: A course for fourth-year medical students. Journal of Medical Humanities, 34(4), 471 – 476. doi: 10.1007/s10912-013-9245-5.
  • Kilanowski, J.F. (2013). Anticipatory guidance preferences of Latina migrant farmworker mothers. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 27(3), 164 – 171. doi: 10.1016/j.pedhc.2011.08.004.
  • Lawson, E. (2013). Graphic medicine: Humanity in cartoon rats. British Journal of General Practice, 63(615), 541. doi: 10.3399/bjgp13X673793.
  • Lee, S., Yoon, H., Chen, L., & Juon, H.S. (2013). Culturally appropriate photonovel development and process evaluation for hepatitis B prevention in Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese American communities. Health Education & Behavior, 40(6), 694 – 703. doi: 10.1177/1090198112474003.
  • Lefrère, J.J. & Danic, B. (2013). Transfusion and blood donation in comic strips. Transfusion Medicine Reviews, 27(3), 154 – 165. doi: 10.1016/j.tmrv.2012.11.002.
  • McNicol, S. & Weaver, S. (2013). “Dude! You mean you’ve never eaten a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?!?” Nut allergy as stigma in comic books. Health Communication, 28(3), 217 – 225.
  • Russell, S., Moon, T., Bargiela, D., Sokolov, E., & Bain, P.G. (2013). The ‘attack of the demyelinator’. Practical Neurology, 13(4), 276 – 277. doi: 10.1136/practneurol-2012-000490.
  • Shin, D.S., Kim, D.H., Park, J.S., Jang, H.G., & Chung, M.S. (2013). Evaluation of anatomy comic strips for further production and applications. Anatomy & Cell Biology, 46(3), 210 – 216. doi: 10.5115/acb.2013.46.3.210.
  • Spiegel, A.N., McQuillan, J., Halpin, P., Matuk, C., & Diamond, J. (2013). Engaging teenagers with science through comics. Research in Science Education, 43(6). doi: 10.1007/s11165-013-9358-x.
  • Takatsuki, H. (2013). Waste problems and our lifestyle. Waste Management, 33(11), 2145 – 2146. doi: 10.1016/j.wasman.2013.08.016.
  • Tang, X.W., Huang, S., & Fan, Z.N. (2013). Cartoon visual: a useful commutation tool between doctors and patients. Patient Education and Counseling, 93(1), 155. doi: 10.1016/j.pec.2013.04.015.
  • Thompson, D., Mahabir, R., Bhatt, R., Boutte, C., Cantu, D., Vazquez, I., Callender, C., Cullen, K., Baranowski, T., Liu, Y., Walker, C., & Buday, R. (2013). Butterfly Girls; promoting healthy diet and physical activity to young African American girls online: rationale and design. BMC Public Health, 13(709). doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-709.
  • Vaccarella, M. (2013). Exploring graphic pathographies in the medical humanities. Medical Humanities, 39(1), 70 – 71. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2012-010209.
  • Wininger, K.L. (2013). A look at Superman’s x-ray vision. Radiologic Technology, 84(5), 530 – 535.
  • Wood, A. (2013). Drawing disability in Japanese manga: visual politics, embodied masculinity, and wheelchair basketball in Inoue Takehiko’s REAL. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 37(4), 638 – 655. doi: 10.1007/s11013-013-9342-y.

2012

  • Allen, C. (2012). Teaching clinical neurology. Practical Neurology, 12(2), 97 – 102.  doi: 10.1136/practneurol-2011-000196.
  • Dandolini, B.W., Batista Lde, B., Souza, L.H., Galato, D., & Piovezan, A.P. (2012). [Rational use of antibiotics: an experiment for the health education of schoolchildren]. Ciencia & Saude Coletiva, 17(5), 1323 – 1331.
  • Hampton, T. (2012). Media lab uses videos, comics, and more to help people understand health issues. JAMA, 307(16), 1679 – 1680. doi: 10.1001/jama.2012.507.
  • Montgomery, M., Manuelito, B., Nass, C., Chock, T., & Buchwald, D. (2012). The Native Comic Book Project: Native youth making comics and healthy decisions. Journal of Cancer Education, 27(1 Suppl), S41 – S46. doi: 10.1007/s13187-012-0311-x.
  • Pennisi, E. (2012). Profile: Jim Toomey. LOL and a touch of science, too. Science, 337(6090), 28 – 29. doi: 10.1126/science.337.6090.28.
  • Schwerdtle, B., Kanis, J., Kahl, L., Kübler, A., & Schlarb, A.A. (2012). Children’s Sleep Comic: development of a new diagnostic tool for children with sleep disorders. Nature and Science of Sleep, 4, 97 – 102. doi: 10.2147/NSS.S33127.
  • Tae, J.W., Lee, J.C., Hong, S.J., Han, J.P., Lee, Y.H., Chung, J.H., Yoon, H.G., Ko, B.M., Cho, J.Y., Lee, J.S., & Lee, M.S. (2012). Impact of patient education with cartoon visual aids on the quality of bowel preparation for colonoscopy. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 76(4), 804 – 811. doi: 10.1016/j.gie.2012.05.026.
  • Wansink, B., Shimizu, M.,  & Camps, G. (2012). What would Batman eat?: Priming children to make healthier fast food choices. Pediatric Obesity, 7(2), 121 – 123. doi: 10.1111/j.2047-6310.2011.00003.x.
  • Williams, I. (2012). Graphic medicine: Comics as medical narrative. Medical Humanities, 38(1), 21 – 27. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2011-010093.

2011

  • Castillo, M. (2011). Tintin and colleagues go to the doctor. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 32(11), 1975 – 1976. DOI: 10.3174/ajnr.A2820.
  • Cosh, J. (2011). Super educators. Nursing Standard, 25(20), 24 – 25.
  • Hosler, J. & Boomer, K.B. (2011). Are comic books an effective way to engage nonmajors in learning and appreciating science? CBE Life Sciences Education, 10(3), 309 – 317. DOI: 10.1187/cbe.10-07-0090.
  • Kamp, M.A., Slotty, P., Sarikaya-Sweiwert, S., Steiger, H.J., &  Hänggi, D. (2011). Traumatic brain injuries in illustrated literature: Experience from a series of over 700 head injuries in the Asterix comic books. Acta Neurochirugica, 153(6), 1351 – 1355. doi: 10.1007/s00701-011-0993-6.
  • Kishi, Y., Matsumura, T., Murishige, N., Kodama, Y., Hatanaka, N., Takita, M., Sakamoto, K., Hamaki, T., Kusumi, E., Kobayashi, K., Yuji, K., Narimatsu, H., & Kami, M. (2011). Internet-based survey on medical manga in Japan. Health Communication, 26(7), 676 – 678. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2011.563352.
  • Kovacs, F., Oliver-Frontera, M., Plana, M.N., Royuela, A., Muriel, A., Gestoso, M., & Spanish Back Pain Research Network. (2011). Improving schoolchildren’s knowledge of methods for the prevention and management of low back pain: A cluster randomized controlled trial. Spine, 36(8), E505 – E512. doi: 10.1097/BRS.0b013e3181dccebc.
  • Lloyd, N. (2011). Comment re: “traumatic brain injuries in illustrated literature: experience from a series of over 700 head injuries in the Asterix comic books”. Acta Neurochirugica, 153(12), 2499. doi: 10.1007/s00701-011-1189-9.
  • Park, J.S., Kim, D.H., & Chung, M.S. (2011). Anatomy comic strips. Anatomical Sciences Education, 4(5), 275 – 279. doi: 10.1002/ase.224.
  • Sinha, I., Patel, A., Kim, F.S., Maccorkle, M.L., & Watkins, J.F. (2011). Comic books can educate children about burn safety in developing countries. Journal of Burn Care & Research, 32(4), E112 – E117. doi: 10.1097/BCR.0b013e3182223c6f.
  • Williams, I. (2011). Autography as auto-therapy: Psychic pain and the graphic memoir. Journal of Medical Humanities, 32(4), 353 – 366. doi:10.1007/s10912-011-9158-0.
  • Zehr, E.P. (2011). From Claude Bernard to the Batcave and beyond: using Batman as a hook for physiology education. Advances in Physiology Education, 35(1), 1 – 4.  doi: 10.1152/advan.00120.2010.

2010

  • Aleixo, P. & Norris, C. (2010). The comic book textbook. Education and Health, 28(4), 72 – 74.
  • Green, M. & Myers, K. (2010). Graphic medicine: Use of comics in medical education and patient care. British Medical Journal, 340(7746), 574 – 577.
  • Oak, K. (2010). Comic strip: mirror, mirror. The Virtual Mentor, 12(5), 406. DOI: 10.1001/virtualmentor.2010.12.5.msoc2-1005.
  • Thompson, T., Van de Klee, D., Lamont-Robinson, C., & Duffin, W. (2010). Out of our heads! Four perspectives on the curation of an on-line exhibition of medically themed artwork by UK medical undergraduates. Medical Education Online, 15. doi: 10.3402/meo.v15i0.5395.
  • Walker, R. (2010). On the cover: Interview by Alison Bulman. The American Journal of Nursing, 110(3), 23. DOI: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000368946.98560.fb.

2009

  • Ajayi, I.O., Oladepo, O., Falade, C.O., Bamgboye, E.A., & Kale, O. (2009). The development of a treatment guideline for childhood malaria in rural Southwest Nigeria using participatory approach. Patient Education and Counseling, 75(2), 227 – 237. DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2008.10.013.
  • Caruso, F. & Silveira, C. (2009). Quadrinhos para a cidadania. História, Ciências, Saude – Manguinhos, 16(1), 217 – 236.
  • Donovan, R.J., Fielder, L., Donovan, P., & Handley, C. (2009). Is trivialisation of alcohol consumption a laughing matter? Alcohol incidence in a metropolitan daily newspaper’s comic strips. Drug and Alcohol Review, 28(3), 257 – 262.
  • Ishii, A. (2009). Medical manga comes to America. CMAJ, 180(5), 542 – 543. DOI: 10.1503/cmaj.090168.
  • Litten, F. (2009). [Presentation of nursing in the Japanese manga: the image of a nurse]. Pflege Zeitschrift, 62(7), 417 – 420.

2008

  • Squier, S. (2008). Literature and medicine, future tense: Making it graphic. Literature and Medicine, 27(2), 124 – 152. doi: 10.1353/lm.0.0031.
  • Squier, S. (2008). So long as they grow out of it: Comics, the discourse of developmental normalcy, and disability. Journal of Medical Humanities, 29(2), 71 – 88.

2007

  • Flood, D.H. & Soricelli, R.L. (2007). Medicine and the arts. Two cartoons on disabilities by John Callahan. Commentary. Academic Medicine, 82(1), 92-93. DOI: 10.1097/01.ACM.0000256690.07010.6e.
  • O’Day, D.H. (2007). The value of animations in biology teaching: A study of long-term memory retention. CBE Life Sciences Education, 6(3), 217 – 223. DOI: 10.1187/cbe.07-01-0002.
  • Squier, S.M. (2007). Beyond nescience: The intersectional insights of health humanities. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 50(3), 334 – 347. DOI: 10.1353/pbm.2007.0039.

2006

2005

  • Nakahara, S., Ichikawa, M., & Wakai, S. (2005). Smoking scenes in Japanese comics: A preliminary study. Tobacco Control, 14(1), 71.
  • Rowe, R.C. (2005). A soft approach to hard science?. Drug Discovery Today, 10(5), 309-311.

2004

  • Hansen, B. (2004). Medical history for the masses: How American comic books celebrated heroes of medicine in the 1940s. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 78(1), 148 – 191 + 270.
  • Ingrand, I., Verneau, A., Silvain, C., & Beauchant, M. (2004). Prevention of viral hepatitis C: Assessment of a comic strip-based information campaign targeting adolescents. European Journal of Public Health, 14(2), 147 – 150.
  • Mégarbané, A. & Adib, S.M. (2004). Congenital malformations and genetic diseases in comic books. Genetic counseling, 14(1), 3 – 14.
  • Negrete, A. & Lartique, C. (2004). Learning from education to communicate science as a good story. Endeavour, 28(3), 120 – 124. DOI: 10.1016/j.endeavour.2004.07.003.
  • Risi, L., Bindman, J.P., Campbell, O.M., Imrie, J., Everett, K., Bradley, J., & Denny, L. (2004). Media interventions to increase cervical screening uptake in South Africa: An evaluation of study effectiveness. Health Education Research, 19(4), 457 – 468. DOI: 10.1093/her/cyg044.

2003

  • Rowe, R.C. (2003). Science with a smile – cartoon capers. Drug Discovery Today, 8(20), 919 – 920.

2002

  • Baranowski, T., Baranowski, J., Cullen, K.W., deMoor, C., Rittenberry, L., Herbert, D., & Jones, L. (2002). 5 a day achievement badge for African-American Boy Scouts: Pilot outcome results. Preventive Medicine, 34(3), 353 – 363. doi: 10.1006/pmed.2001.0989.
  • Bovensiepen, G. (2002). Symbolic attitude and reverie: Problems of symbolization in children and adolescents. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 47(2), 241 – 257.
  • Elliott, C. & Misselbrook, D. (2002). Escape or instruction? A description of a seminar for general practitioners on literature and medicine. Medical Humanities, 28(1), 53 – 54. DOI: 10.1136/mh.28.1.53.
  • Payne, D. (2002). Children targeted in research-awareness campaign. Lancet, 359(9324), 2174. DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(02)09192-4.

2001

  • Overbay, J.D. (2001). Comics and childhood development. Nurse Educator, 26(6), 262 – 263.

2000

  • Jones, R., Finlay, F., Crouch, V., & Anderson, S. (2000). Drug information leaflets: Adolescent and professional perspectives. Child: Care, Health, and Development, 26(1), 41 – 48.

1999

  • Neugebaur, R., Wasserman, G.A., Fisher, P.W., Kline, J., Geller, P.A., & Miller, L.S. (1999). Darryl, a cartoon-based measure of cardinal posttraumatic stress symptoms in school-age children. American Journal of Public Health, 89(5), 758 – 761.
  • Seufert, W. (1999). Claims to fame. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 160(11), 1610.

1998

  • Bidaut-Russell, M., Valla, J.P., Thomas, J.M., Bergeron, L., & Lawson, E. (1998). Reliability of the Terry: A mental health cartoon-like screener for African-American children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 28(4), 249 – 263.

1997

  • Hansen, B. (1997). The image and advocacy of public health in American caricature and cartoons from 1860 to 1900. American Journal of Public Health, 87(11), 1798 – 1807.
  • Hook, E.W. (1997). The Jeremiah Metzger Lecture. Humanities in medicine: Treatment of a deficiency disorder. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association, 108, 203 – 221.

1996

  • Aghi, M. & Carnegie, R. (1996). Formative research in the Meena Communication Initiative. Promotion & Education, 3(2), 24 – 27.
  • Delp, C. & Jones, J. (1996). Communicating information to patients: The use of cartoon illustrations to improve comprehension instructions. Academic Emergency Medicine, 3(3), 264 – 270. doi: 10.1111/j.1553-2712.1996.tb03431.x.
  • Kiragu, K., Obwaka, E., Odallo, D., & Van Hulzen, C. (1996). Communicating about sex: adolescents and parents in Kenya. AIDS/STD Health Promotion Exchange, 3, 11 – 13.

1995

  • Zighelboim, A. (1995). Malaria control in a nutshell: Palmira Ventosilla. IDRC Reports, 22(4), 21.

1994

  • Kaplan, R.M. (1994). The Ziggy theorem: Toward an outcomes-focused health psychology. Health Psychology, 13(6), 451 – 460.

1993

  • Cash, K. (1993). “He can be good and still have AIDS”. Peer education prevents AIDS in Thai women workers. Planned Parenthood Challenges, 2, 34 – 36.
  • Parse, R.R. (1993). Cartoons: Glimpsing paradoxical moments. Nursing Science Quarterly, 6(1), 1.

1992

  • Brumback, R.A. (1992). Cartoons of famous neurologists by Milt Gross. Journal of Child Neurology, 7(3), 269.
  • Mathews, R.M. & Dix, M. (1992). Behavior change in the funny papers: Feedback to cartoonists on safety belt use. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25(4), 769 – 775.

1991

  • Galvao, J. (1991). Sacred messages for AIDS prevention. Principles into practice. Development Communication Report, 74, 16 – 18.

1990

  • Gilman, M.R. (1990). A smack in the eye for standard drugs and HIV education. British Journal of Addiction, 85(12), 1661 – 1663. doi: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.1990.tb01657.x.
  • Moriyama, M., Matsubara, S., Saito, H., & Iwata, K. (1990). Community people’s preference of hand drawn face graph as a health informing device. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine, 160(1), 37 – 46.

1989

  • Bonfadelli, H. (1989). Comics for traffic education: Evaluation of a traffic safety campaign. Soz Präventivmed, 34(3), 124 – 130. doi:10.1007/BF02098373.
  • Mandel, I.D. (1989). Changing dental images – from stone tablets to comic strips. Journal of the American Dental Association, 118(6), 695 – 699.

1988

  • Knisely, W.H. (1988). Adrien Barrere and his caricatures of the medical faculty of the University of Paris: “Surgeons and Gynecologists”. Journal of Child Neurology, 3(1), 29.
  • Knisely, W.H. (1988). Adrien Barrere and his caricatures of the medical faculty of the University of Paris: “The Professors”. Journal of Child Neurology, 3(1), 52.

1986

  • Duche, D.J. (1986). [Children and fire in child literature]. Neuropsychiatrie de l’Enfance et de l’Adolescence, 34(1), 5 – 11.
  • Moll, J.M. (1986). Doctor-patient communication in rheumatology: Studies of visual and verbal perception using educational booklets and other graphic material. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 45(3), 198 – 209.

1985

  • Siegel, R.K. (1985). Seduction of the innocent: A clinical note on the effects of cartoons and comics on drug use. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 17(3), 201 – 204. doi: 10.1080/02791072.1985.10472341.

1984

  • Dancis, J. (1984). One hundred minus five and other reflections: Presidential address, American Pediatric Society, 1984. Pediatric Research, 18(11), 1202 – 1204. doi:10.1203/00006450-198411000-00030.
  • Doughty, J. (1984). The dentist in comic postcards. British Dental Journal, 156(5), 186 – 187.
  • Wald, J. (1984). The graphic representation of regression in an Alzheimer’s disease patient. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 11(3), 165 – 175.

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1980

  • Podwal, M. (1980). Mark Podwal. Artist and dermatologist. American Journal of Dermatopathology, 2(1), 47 – 48.

1978

  • Fine, S. (1978). Floorplans and cartoon strips – diagnostic techniques in working with children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 9(1), 33 – 39. doi:10.1007/BF01463218.

1977

  • Moll, J.M., Wright, V., Jeffrey, M.R., Goode, J.D., & Humberstone, P.M. (1977). The cartoon in doctor-patient communication. Further study of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Council handbook on gout. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 36(3), 225 – 231.
  • Parlato, R. et al. (1977). Fotonovelas and comic books – The use of popular graphic media in development. Link to ERIC.

1976

  • Martin, M.C. & Oliver, V. (1976). Keeping up with nurse audit-an innovative approach to staff education. Supervisor Nurse, 7(10), 23 – 25.

1974

1964

  • Hoyt, R.S. & Dickinson, E.P. (1964). Dietary cartoons in creating patient good will. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 14, 123 – 124.

1956

1950

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