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Dr. Phil Hammond – The Healing Hands of Humour

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Phil Hammond, NHS Doctor, Presenter, and Comedian, discusses how humour can heal. From the black humour of the Operating Theatre to the humanity-based humour used in bedside manner, Hammond breaks down how a sense of humour can help you hold it together in the hardest hour.

Paul Boross is joined by NHS Doctor, writer, and comedian Phil Hammond to discuss how humour can help connect humans in their hardest hour. The doctor discusses how humour helps us deal with death by finding the lighter side.

“Humour exists to dig us out of a hole.”

Listen in as Dr. Phil Hammond administers a healthy dose of advice, stories, and laughs. Hear how a sense of humour can build relationships that can help humans heal. Dr. Hammond has the tips on how fun and comedy can cure what ails you. Listen this week on The Humourology Podcast.


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