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Graphic Medicine as a Tool to Increase Health Literacy


 

Jamie Stanfield MA, MLIS 
Business & Health Librarian 
University Libraries 
University of Southern Mississippi 

What is graphic medicine and how can it help increase the low health literacy rates seen globally? The term “graphic medicine” is broad, but Dr. Ian Williams defines graphic medicine as “the intersection between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare” (Czerwiec et al.). It is “comics meets health care” and a useful tool to teach health literacy, which allows healthcare recipients to make more informed decisions. Global health literacy rates are low, and the United States is no exception. Only 12% of adults aged 16-65 years achieved the highest literacy proficiency level on a scale of one to five (Centers for Disease Control). Graphic medicine as a health literacy tool is affordable and easily obtainable, crosses barriers of language and literacy, and entices reluctant readers. Learning from text plus pictures, graphic games, and other graphic medicine materials may also offer improved memory recall and retention rather than traditional text alone...

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 Score: 97
American Pharmacists Association
 
Immunization Handbook for Pharmacists, 5th Edition
 
Author: Angelo , Lauren B.

This latest edition of the Immunization Handbook for Pharmacists provides practical and timely updates for pharmacists and pharmacy personnel who are involved in pharmacy-based immunization services. Updated throughout, it provides a step-by-step process for developing and implementing immunization services.

As immunization policies and laws change, pharmacists have ...

 
Pharmaceutical Press, Publisher of Martindale
 
Palliative Care Formulary (PCF8), 8th Edition
 
Editor: Wilcock , Andrew

The eighth edition of the Palliative Care Formulary (PCF), from Pharmaceutical Press, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s knowledge business, is an essential resource for health professionals who care for patients with progressive end-stage disease.

Although written primarily with cancer patients in mind, PCF8 contains specific material relating to several other ...

 
 
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