Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.
Arnold-Forster, Kate & Nigel Tallis. 1989
The bruising apothecary: images of pharmacy and medicine in caricature
London: Pharmaceutical Press.
Avery, H. 1968.
Misaubin and Veron, Butts of the Caricaturists [France].
in Papers Presented at the XXI International Congress of the History of Medicine
Baron, J H. 1997.
>From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine in Art in Eighteenth Century Britain [Book Review].
British Medical Journal 314 (7084; March 22): 911
Brown, JB, A Beck, M Boles and P Barrett. 1999.
Practical methods to increase use of advance medical directives [by using a cartoon-illustrated educational pamphlet].
Journal of General Internal Medicine 14 (1; Jan): 21-6
Bruce-Chwatt, LJ. 1978.
Tropical medicine--historical cartoon [letter].
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 72 (4): 446
Bruce-Chwatt, LJ. 1979.
Tropical medicine--Historical cartoon [letter].
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 73 (3): 353-5
Chen, PC and HC Sim. 1986.
The development of culture-specific health education packages to increase case-finding of leprosy in Sarawak [using cartoon tape-slides and cartoon story books].
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine & Public Health 17 (3; Sep): 427-32
Chen, PC. 1986.
Human behavioural research applied to the leprosy control programme of Sarawak, Malaysia [using cartoon tape-slides and cartoon story books].
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine & Public Health 17 (3; Sep): 421-6
Clark, Richard & Tony Pinchuck. 1984.
Medicine for beginners [Writers and Readers documentary comic book #20].
London: Writers and Readers Pub.
Delp, C. and J. Jones. 1996.
Communicating information to patients: the use of cartoon illustrations to improve comprehension of instructions.
Academic Emergency Medicine 3 (3; March): 264-70
Drake, T.G.H. 1942.
The Medical Caricatures of Thomas Rowlandson.
Bulletin of the History of Medicine (July)
Gianeri, Enrico. 1964.
I medici nella caricatura di tutti i tempi [Italian; medicine]
[Milano] : Editrice Omnia.
Haslam, Fiona . 1997.
>From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine in Art in Eighteenth Century Britain [caricature]. Liverpool University Press
Helfand, William H. 1974.
Medicine and Pharmacy in French Political Prints.
Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 42: 17
Helfand, William H. 1985.
Medicine and Pharmacy in British Political Prints - The Example of Lord Sidmouth.
Medical History 29: 375
Helfand, William H. 1978.
Medicine & pharmacy in American political prints: 1765-1870
Madison, Wis.: American Institute of the History of Pharmacy.
Larimore, Granville W. & Lucille Dee Rubin. 1969. Health Education [WWII cartoonists].
in Hoffe, Ebbe (ed). Preventive Medicine in World War II: Vol. IX Special Fields. Washington: Office of the Surgeon General.
Miller, Robert M. 1991.
RMM, the second oldest profession: the history of veterinary medicine: an anthology
Goleta, CA : American Veterinary Publications.
Mondor, H. 1960.
Doctors and Medicine in the Works of Daumier [French caricature].
Mondor, Henri. 19??.
Doctors and Medicine in the Works of Daumier [caricature].
New York: Leon Amiel Publisher.
Moser, Hans. 1984.
Medizynisches: eine heitere Mixtur von Humor Medicus [German medicine cartoons].
Rorschach : Nebelspalter-Verlag.
Norton, Amy. 2000.
Children Can Use Cartoon Faces to Tell Doctors About Mood [medicine].
Reuters (July 19)
Putnam, GL and KL Yanagisako. 1985.
Skin cancer comic book: evaluation of a public educational vehicle.
Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 8 (1; January): 22-5
Serre, Claude. 1972.
Humour noir & hommes en blanc: cinquante-six dessins [French medicine gag cartoons].
Spence, Wayman. 1993.
Perez on medicine: the whimsical art of Jose S. Perez
Waco, Texas: WRS Pub.
Videlier, Philippe. 1992.
La sante dans les bandes dessinees [French; health & medicine].
Paris : Editions Frison-Roche.
Yamamoto, Noriko. .
Manga Chugoku igaku no rekishi: kanpo no rutsu -- Shohan ["A comic book history of Chinese medicine" in Japanese].
Yokosuka-shi: Ido no Nihonsha, Heisei 4.