The Bad Doctor: The Troubled Life and Times of Dr. Iwan James by Ian WilliamsThe Bad Doctor: The Troubled Life and Times of Dr. Iwan James by Ian Williams

The Bad Doctor: The Troubled Life and Times of Dr. Iwan James

byIan Williams

Paperback | March 23, 2015

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Meet Dr. Iwan James: cyclist, doctor, would-be lover, former heavy metal fan, and, above all, human being. Weighed down by his responsibilities—from diagnosing personality disorders to deciding who can hold a gun license—he doubts his ability to make decisions about the lives of others when he may need more than a little help himself. Cartoonist and doctor Ian Williams introduces us to Iwan’s troubled life as all humanity, it seems, passes through his surgery doors.

Ian Williams is a visual artist and illustrator, a medical doctor, and an independent humanities scholar. He founded the website GraphicMedicine.org and is co-editor of the Graphic Medicine series published by Penn State Press. Ian Williams is a visual artist and illustrator, a medical doctor, and an independent humanities scholar. He...
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Title:The Bad Doctor: The Troubled Life and Times of Dr. Iwan JamesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 9.1 × 6.38 × 0.7 inPublished:March 23, 2015Publisher:Penn State University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0271067543

ISBN - 13:9780271067544

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“Williams, a physician, visual artist, and illustrator, paints a very human portrait of his main character, touching on themes such as ‘difficult patients,’ physician burnout, mental illness, medical bureaucracy, and personal and professional clashes among doctors.”

—Jessica Bylander, Health Affairs