“I believe that everyone has a sense of humor. In some of this, that sense of humor was nourished and supported by our families. In others, that may not be the case.” Mary Kay Morrison is an expert on humor and education, and was recently the co-chair of the Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor’s wildly successful conference, The Biology of Hope. “I like to compare developing your sense of humor with physical fitness: it’s something we have to work at until it becomes so natural it’s an everyday part of our lives.” (more…)
Posts Tagged 'using humor in patient education'