Comics are Research: Graphic Narratives as a New Way of Seeing Clinical Practice [Book Review]

Journal of Medical Humanities 36 (4):369-374 (2015)
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As a doctor and practitioner researcher, I use comics as a research method. This graphic article is an attempt to convince you, the academy and perhaps myself, that comics are research

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