This essay argues that rhetoricians of health of medicine should continue to carve out an expansive focus on the exigencies, functions, and impacts of health-related discourse; attend to the movement, surrounding networks, and ecologies of this discourse; and work with other scholars/researchers, both inside and outside disciplinary rhetorical studies, toward a variety of goals.
Keywords: rhetoric of health, rhetoric of medicine, invention, medicine studies
How to Cite:
Scott, B. & Segal, J. Z. & Keranen, L., (2013) “The Rhetorics of Health and Medicine: Inventional Possibilities for Scholarship and Engaged Practice”, Poroi 9(1), p.1-6. doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1157
Rights: Copyright © 2013 Blake Scott, Judy Z. Segal and Lisa Keranen