Flashcard Showcase

Want to see how we went about making our flashcards? Preview the cards, as well as the process from sketch to finished illustration!

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Flashcards in 5 Minutes

Want another method for learning toxicology? Dr. Kloss reviews his favorite cards for the YouTube crowd!

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Infectious Disease in a Box

Kloss & Bruce have a new project on the way: the successor to Tox in a Box! Preview some of those flash cards here.

Infectious Disease in a Box

Where in Space and Time are Kloss and Bruce?

From Portland Comic Con to Graphic Medicine, where were Kloss and Bruce’s last appearances?

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Kloss and Bruce combine real medical education with comic book style
illustration to create beautiful artistic images to enhance learning.

Toxicology in a Box

Our first finished project is Toxicology in a Box, a set of pocket toxicology flash cards which provide a fun, fast way to learn essential clinical toxicology information. Using humor, visual stimulation, mnemonics, and other learning aids, Toxicology in a Box is designed to help students and practitioners quickly and easily learn and recall clinical toxicology information. Each full-color, two-sided card includes toxin, antidote, and learning aids Covers all clinical toxicology presentations in a humorous yet rigorous manner for maximum…

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Infectious Disease in a Box

Infectious Disease in a Box is the next set in a series of flash cards to be produced by Kloss and Bruce. This set promises to have a broader audience and aims to teach nurses, physician assistants, medical students and physicians Infectious Disease like never before. Each of the flashcards pictured here summarize key points about each respective viral hepatitis syndrome and disease complex. These illustrations were debuted at the Association of Family Practice Physician Assistants Annual CME Conference in New Orleans in…

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Social Media and Medicine

In 2009 Brian Kloss was one of the first physicians to comment on the unintended negative consequences of social media for physicians and medical students.  This was through a series of lectures and publications discussing the effect that Facebook, Twitter, and Yelp! has had on patient privacy and medical professionalism. Click on the images below to see larger versions. Remember Big Brother is Always Watching. Is your Boss also your Facebook Friend?   What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas! Susan…

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