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Although these issues have been the focus of communication campaigns, the information they have mostly provided has been neutral. As a result, it has been suggested that a “one-size-fits-all” campaign be reconsidered in favor of community-based, focused health messaging. Humor usage might be one of these tactics, though there is currently little data to support its effectiveness. Furthermore, prior research has concentrated on celebrity endorsement as a tried-and-true marketing tactic that can be used in health campaigns. Following this, it has been demonstrated that an effective strategy for raising awareness of health-related issues, such as in anti-smoking campaigns, is to solicit testimonials from people who are well-known to the general public. Humor engages our attention by shocking us with incongruity, so it makes sense that it could be used as a tool in health communication, especially when communicating subjects that are either fear-related or go against our personal preferences. This is especially important when promoting organ donation because attitudes toward organ donation are influenced by a wide range of factors, including sociodemographic traits, knowledge level, personal experiences, cultural and societal factors, and more. The willingness to donate organs is also influenced by a number of factors, which can be divided into pro- and con-donation. The main drivers of organ donation (protonation) include the desire to help others, a sense of altruism, as well as feelings of happiness and pride. Fear is the main deterrent to organ donation in people (antidonation). The idea of identifying irreversible brain function failure as a sign of impending human death raises a number of fears, including those related to physical harm, insufficient medical attention, mistrust of doctors and the organizations involved in transplant medicine, as well as general unease or discomfort prior to passing away.

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