The first April cartoon has gone up over at Diagnostic Imaging. This installment has a little fun with some of the frustrations that rad techs may have with voice recognition software. Enjoy:)
The new summer issue for Reader’s Digest is out on newsstands now and it features another one of my cartoons, in the Humor in Uniform section of the magazine. Check out a copy now online or at retail outlets everywhere:)
Halfway point of baseball season is here! So we’re taking a “7th-inning stretch” and imagining what it might be like if PWDs (people with diabetes) ran the world… Check out my latest cartoon on Healthline’s Diabetes Mine Sunday Funnies page, and Happy 4th of July! 🙂
My latest cartoon just posted on Diagnostic Imaging, so head over there to get a better look at my cartoon about second screening. Yes, this phenomenon doesn’t just happen when we’re at home! If your physician does happen to be doing this while performing… say, a … rectal exam or something of that nature, you…
Another cartoon has recently posted to the mental health supersite Psychiatric Times 🙂 This month’s cartoon focuses on the all-too-familiar phenomenon of anti-social devices and their effect on family time. Head over to check it out!
My first November cartoon for Medical Economics has just posted, and it deals with those litigation-plagued patients who can make things difficult for a practicing physician to make it in today’s world of medicine. Check out Medical Economics for many great articles contributed by medical professionals across the country!