Where I share an invitation to two online events where I will participate this week.
Announcing the release of a new output in the Parables of Care series: I Know How This Ends: Stories of Dementia Care (2020).
In the second episode of the City Interaction Lab podcast Stuart Scott hosts Rik Williams from Alzheimer's Society.
Earlier this week we launched the City Interaction Lab Podcast with an inaugural episode on graphic medicine. We have also deposited it on figshare.
A quick report from our international team's participation at the Graphic Medicine 2019 international conference in Brighton, UK, hosted by theBrighton and Sussex Medical School, 11-13 July 2019.
I am pleased to (slightly belatedly) announce on this blog that our multidisciplinary panel discussing Parables of Care will feature in the programme of the Graphic Medicine 2019 international conference in Brighton, UK. Our panel will feature team members from the UK and Canada components of the Parables of Care project. The title of the … Continue reading Parables of Care at the Graphic Medicine 2019 Conference, Brighton, UK
I am grateful to Salina Christmas for having interviewed me for Story of Books. I talked about Parables of Care, about the power of storytelling and superheroes, my comic and real-world heroes, etc.
I will present at the HCID Open Day 2018 on Friday 4th May at City, University of London as part of the knowledge exchange and impact activities around the Parables of Care project.
Wednesday 28 March 2018, 2PM; A130. This session is open to health care professionals and artists who are working to support those with dementia, those caring for someone with dementia or living with the illness themselves.
We've had weekly updates on the Parables of Care blog. This month we've had two posts so far.
Dr Abi Roper is speech and language therapist and researcher passionate about technology use within atypical speech & language populations. Recently Abi asked me some questions about working on Parables of Care.
I interviewed Peter Wilkins a few days ago for the Parables of Care blog, and I have copied and pasted the post here.