Check out this very cool article about clowns teaching nurses how to use levity and humor at work and with their patients.
NYC – Teaching Nurses the Value of Big, Red Noses – NYTimes.com.
Perhaps students were wondering, “How can you be light-hearted in a serious profession like this?” Mr. Christensen said. In fact, he said, “you can carry your sense of joy and light into the workplace.” Nurses need their spirits to be high. For sure, patients do.
If you are interested in the use of humor with health care, as I am, you should check out this article.
The science is becoming clearer every day: happy people are healthier, are more engaged, more creative and more productive. Whether you’re in a traditional high stress job like nursing and health care, or even a supposed lower stress job (Is there one? Tell me…we all want it!) invest the time in learning to take yourself less seriously.
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