This month’s KDNuggets cartoon has just posted on their site, so please check it out!
This one is one of the more unusual topics I’ve ever done in cartooning, combining the intriguing topic of Artificial Intelligence with the summertime fun of cooking out on the grill. The results, as you can see from the cartoon, are not good from the human perspective.
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!
My second cartoon for the October installments of Medical Economics deals with the problems physicians face in the early phase of their careers, and throughout as well. Would a Scared Straight program steer some pre-med students away from the medical profession? If you are a medical professional, knowing what you now know, what would your advice be to a pre-med student?
Please visit Medical Economics for other interesting topics in articles written by many medical professionals.
One of my September cartoons for the Physician’s Practice site features the panic situations practices can get into if they’re IT staff is unavailable or (worse!) nonexistent. Check out the cartoon and leave a comment here or on the PP site. There are many other great articles there as well for the medical community.
My August cartoon has just posted on the Medical Economics website, and it’s another jab at the one and only Donald Trump. This cartoon marks the beginning of my new partnership with Medical Economics on both their website and in their print magazine.
Medical Economics has been the premier news source for physicians and medical professionals for years, so be sure to check them out!