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I recently had a chance of attending a very interesting presentation in our Medical Grand Round where concept of Graphic medicine was coined. Everyone liked the idea of it.
I think bringing this idea in Adult Medicine depicting difficult counselling in comic way which can potentially bring a smile to patients face as well as easy understanding of difficult aspects of common diseases. I am working on this idea and hopefully come up with further development for better Graphic medical communication.