Graphic Medicine: Ian Williams in Conversation

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Ian Williams is a comics artist, doctor and writer, now living in Brighton. He is author of The Bad Doctor and The Lady Doctor.

The website he began in 2007, GraphicMedicine.org, gave a name to what would become a transatlantic, and perhaps global movement, Graphic Medicine. It remains the best place from which to start exploring that world.

In his talk at The Space at PRSC (People’s Republic of Stokes Croft) Ian will introduce Graphic Medicine in the round, and talk about the roles it might play in the lives of doctors, nursing staff, carers and patients (or patients, carers, nursing staff and doctors). Plenty of time will be left for a Q&A session at the end, and you are encouraged to submit questions by email (see below) before the event.

From 2010 onwards Ian has helped to organise the Annual International Comics and Medicine conference, which is to be held this year in Brighton from the 11th – 13th July. Book your tickets online now.

The talk is free but please register for a space HERE.

CONTACT EMAIL: J.lee@bristol.ac.uk