Comic books for docs? Study shows it could add to medical training

Comics, or graphic narratives, may be an effective way to share important medical experiences with physicians in training, according to a new article in Annals of Internal Medicine. The article shows how creative learning tools, like the graphic novel format, can enhance medical training by adding an emotional and visual component. In this issue, the article uses the typical classic cartoon format to tell the story of a missed diagnosis that haunts a physician throughout his professional life. Abstract