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Friday, June 16 • 10:20am - 11:50am
Session 1C: "Looking Closer, Visualizing Hidden Lives" Lightning Talks

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Meeting Room 2 (4th floor)

“The Boon Docs: The Comic Side of Small Town Medicine” Caroline Shooner

“‘The Hotel’ — A Colon Cancer Comic” Pat Guizzetti

“Accessible Form, Inaccessible Content: Considering When I Returned: A Cartoonist and Veteran’s Project” Davida Pines

“Drawing the Everyday Lives of Nursing Home Residents” Susan MacLeod (MacLeod Allen Creative Services)

“Senior Time (a comic story reading)” Kelly Froh (Short Run Seattle)

“Grieving through Drawing” Sharon Rosenzweig

“Eulogy for Dad: Accessing Loss and Sharing a Life through Comics” R Amerisa Waters (The Institute for the Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch)

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Sharon Rosenzweig

Cartoonist with four short story comics about creative caregiving published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Currently making daily drawings based on Lynda Barry's spirals as a way of moving through loss and opening new space for storytelling. Interests include drawing, graph... Read More →
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Caroline Shooner

Rural Family Medicine, Xaayda Gwaay Ngaaysdll Naay / Haida Gwaii Hospital & Health Centre
Small town medicine has its rewards... and its challenges. It helps to cultivate a sense of humour. Over the past few years, drawing cartoons has become one of my favourite modes of expression and reflection, providing new ways to connect with my patients and colleagues.
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R. Amerisa Waters

Institute for the Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch

Friday June 16, 2017 10:20am - 11:50am
Seattle Public Library 1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA

Attendees (15)