Laughter therapy can also be used to relieve stress and pain at work. Starting a shift with a bit of laughter can help build resiliency and a sense of community among peers working together, and help to keep cortisol from spiraling out of control during patient care if things get difficult. One effective method to inspire laughter throughout a work shift can be the use of a warm-up exercise as a group. →
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These extraordinary moments aren’t lost on any of us. According to NRC Health’s data, patients have certainly taken notice, and as a result they’re putting more faith in their providers than they ever have before. →
No healthcare organization has it easy during the coronavirus pandemic. But senior-living communities are in a particularly difficult position. →