Authors: Blake Scott (University of Central Florida) , Judy Z. Segal (University of British Columbia) , Lisa Keranen (University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center)
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). doi: https://doi.org/10.13008/2151-2957.1157