Nursing: A Fun Look at Nursing Humor

Thu Jul 2 | 11:59 pm
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About the Webinar Course

This webinar course has been previously recorded.  

Humor is often used as a coping mechanism for nurses, invoking a positive attitude, creating a sense of collaboration, and uniting all nurses, no matter what area of nursing practice or era. Fun and enlightening, this webinar presents the appropriate uses on the very “different” sense of humor shared by all nurses, as well as some areas that are always off limits.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Describe how nursing humor is used as a coping mechanism.
  • Understand the appropriate and inappropriate uses of nursing humor.

About the Author:

Terry M. Foster, RN, MSN, FAEN, CCRN, CPEN, TCRN, CEN started his career as an LPN from Booth Memorial Hospital School of Practical Nursing in Covington, KY.  After four years of practicing in both the emergency department and the intensive care unit, he received his Nursing diploma from The Christ Hospital School of Nursing in Cincinnati, OH, and went on to earn his Master's Degree in Critical Care and Trauma Nursing from the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing and Health. Mr. Foster has authored 40+ professional publications in textbooks and nursing and healthcare journals. Additionally, he has lectured on a wide variety of clinical topics at nursing seminars and conferences throughout the U.S., having given 5,000+ presentations. Nationally, Mr. Foster is a well-known and sought-after speaker on nursing humor, as well as clinical topics on critical care and emergency nursing. 

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