Jenner has been an Australian newspaper and magazine cartoonist for over twenty years, drawing professionally and non-professionally in both the Australian and US scene in the small amount of time outside his duties as a full-time doctor. He is currently working in a city general practice, and has adopted the anonymous pen name Jenner as an ethical courtesy. Although a daily strip on the Internet is four years old, his Doc Rat character has been appearing in medical and non-medical magazines for over a decade, including Bush Alert, vicdoc and the Medical Journal of Australia. Jenner currently editorial cartoonist for Australian Doctor Weekly.
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Meeting Ms McGibbon 3

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Meeting Ms McGibbon 2

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Meeting Ms McGibbon 1

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Up front

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Diagnose

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Snore mill

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Lily the shrink

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Ashes to dust

Convention update

I (Jenner) will at FurDU in Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia from May 31 to June 2. I’ll be there to meet Doc Rat fans and sell books, including the as-yet-unreleased volume 21.

Caption competition for May/June 2019

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As you can see, Ben is interpreting an X-ray for the benefit of a bystander. That’s all the help I’ll give you – the rest of the joke is up to you!

 
Click on the picture to be taken to the competition page. Then send me the funniest caption you can think of, and if yours makes me laugh the most, you’ll win the actual picture itself. Get to it.
 
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Parsed over

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A turn up for the books

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Achoo with a view

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Rat in the numbat house

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Doc salvage

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Joint examination

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Scribbling rivalry

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Another Doctor Krymp book

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Consulting detective

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Social history

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Lost in the rushes