NY Times Review: ‘The Bad Doctor’ and ‘Graphic Medicine Manifesto’
The New York Times reviews two recent graphic books, The Bad Doctor and Graphic Medicine Manifesto:
Among the most intriguing uses they propose for graphic medicine is a role in education. Medical students are now routinely encouraged to examine the complex emotions elicited by their first immersion in the world of illness. Doing so aloud or in prose works for some, but not for all, and it turns out that sketching a set of comic panels can be a powerful alternative.