Category Archives: Medical Improv

Can you fail your way to success?

by Levi Belnap Del Close, the legendary improv teacher used to say, “Follow the fear”. He knew the only one to get better, face your fear and practice. If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably already a believer in the … Continue reading

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What Happens with Medical Improv in a Room Full of Nurses?

Catching my breath after returning from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and presenting a Medical Improv workshop that focused on building emotional intelligence for Patient-centered Care at the International Nursing Symposium.  The symposium was part of the Security Forces Hospital’s initiative … Continue reading

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Shining Light for Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS)

Progressive and inspiring work is going on in the world and Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies  (HumanDHS) founded by Evelin Lindner, MD, Ph.D. is a great example!  In addition, Evelin is Co-founder with Linda Hartling, Ph.D., of the World Dignity … Continue reading

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