PathoGraphics
Title PathoGraphics PDF eBook
Author Susan Merrill Squier
Publisher Penn State Press
Pages 245
Release 2020-05-07
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 0271087331

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Culturally powerful ideas of normalcy and deviation, individual responsibility, and what is medically feasible shape the ways in which we live with illness and disability. The essays in this volume show how illness narratives expressed in a variety of forms—biographical essays, fictional texts, cartoons, graphic novels, and comics—reflect on and grapple with the fact that these human experiences are socially embedded and culturally shaped. Works of fiction addressing the impact of an illness or disability; autobiographies and memoirs exploring an experience of medical treatment; and comics that portray illness or disability from the perspective of patient, family member, or caregiver: all of these narratives forge a specific aesthetic in order to communicate their understanding of the human condition. This collection demonstrates what can emerge when scholars and artists interested in fiction, life-writing, and comics collaborate to explore how various media portray illness, medical treatment, and disability. Rather than stopping at the limits of genre or medium, the essays talk across fields, exploring together how works in these different forms craft narratives and aesthetics to negotiate contention and build community around those experiences and to discover how the knowledge and experiences of illness and disability circulate within the realms of medicine, art, the personal, and the cultural. Ultimately, they demonstrate a common purpose: to examine the ways comics and literary texts build an audience and galvanize not just empathy but also action. In addition to the editors, the contributors to this volume include Einat Avrahami, Maureen Burdock, Elizabeth J. Donaldson, Ariela Freedman, Rieke Jordan, stef lenk, Leah Misemer, Tahneer Oksman, Nina Schmidt, and Helen Spandler. Chapter 7, “Crafting Psychiatric Contention Through Single-Panel Cartoons,” by Helen Spandler, is available as Open Access courtesy of a grant from the Wellcome Trust. A link to the OA version of this chapter is forthcoming.



Recent Developments in Parkinson's Disease
Title Recent Developments in Parkinson's Disease PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 323
Release
Genre Parkinson's disease
ISBN 9780872882966

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Congressional Record
Title Congressional Record PDF eBook
Author United States. Congress
Publisher
Pages 1330
Release 2001
Genre Law
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Arzneiverordnungs-Report
Title Arzneiverordnungs-Report PDF eBook
Author Ulrich Schwabe
Publisher Springer-Verlag
Pages 1067
Release 2010-03
Genre Medical
ISBN 3642010806

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Der Arzneiverordnungs-Report wird jährlich intensiv überarbeitet und ist für Ärzte eine wichtige Entscheidungshilfe. Seit 25 Jahren bietet er Detail-Informationen über Arzneimittel, Pharmakotherapie und Verordnungsverhalten. Datenbasis sind 723 Millionen Verordnungen, die im Jahr 2008 von 135.388 Vertragsärzten rezeptiert wurden. Auch die neuen Arzneistoffe des Jahres 2009 werden pharmakologisch-therapeutisch bewertet. Als Schwerpunktthema werden erstmals die Verordnungen der Impfstoffe analysiert.