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Saturday, June 17 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Session 4C: "Comics as Teaching and Learning" Lightning Talks

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Meeting Room 2 (4th Floor)

“Bridging the Gap: Comics as Tools for Global Health” Kaia Chessen (University of Toronto)

“Mental health education for kids via comics” Raquel Rebollo

“Carrot Swords: Kids as heroes in the fight against obesity ” May May Leung (Hunter College School of Urban Public Health), Katrina F. Mateo (City University of

New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy), Sarah Weindorf (Hunter College School of Urban Public Health), & Sandra Verdaguer (City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy)

“Critical Space: An Interdisciplinary, International Collaborative Comic” Charlotte A. Wu, MD, Kimberly R. Myers MA, PhD, & Molly Osborne MD, PhD

“Work in Progress: ‘Shift Report’ - Nurses and Spaces” Eli Bishop

“‘I’m staying in the hospital, what should I do now?’: A graphic guide to educate and empower hospitalized patients” Brian Callender, MD (University of Chicago Medical Center and Pritzker School of Medicine

“The Adventures of Little Brain: Communicating with Comics After Brain Injury” B. Erin Cole


Moderators
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Shelley Wall

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto

Speakers
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B. Erin Cole

A historian, museum professional, comics artist, and brain injury survivor.
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Kimberly Myers

Director of first-year Medical Humanities course; Director of Competency-Based Assessment and Reflective Learning, Penn State College of Medicine


Saturday June 17, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
Seattle Public Library 1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA

Attendees (11)