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Hunter "Patch" Adams, a former mental health patient, decided to get his own M.D. In the process, he developed a new approach to medicine that went around conventional procedures, but was very effective; patients loved it. He approaches his "patients" without arrogance and coercion, talking to them with humor and humanity.
"When a person comes to me, unless the problem is an arterial bleed, which has to be addressed that second, the first goal is to have a friendship happen out of that relationship. So we spend three to four hours in the first meeting. We might go for a walk. If you like to fish, maybe we will go fishing. If you like to run, we run together, and I'll interview you while we are running. By the end of that time, I hope we have a trust, a friendship starting to develop, and from there we can proceed."
Adams method is intended to benefit health professionals as well as patients and their families. Indeed, he may have a solution to the high rates of stress-related early deaths among American physicians:
"From the start, it was obvious to me that we had to have fun in what we were doing. Forget the patient, it had to be fun for us. Life has to be fun! I saw what life was like when I was serious. I had ulcers and I wanted to kill myself. That was me as a serious person. That failed."
"As a healer I hate this idea that the healing interaction is a draining one. If friendship, as it is for me, is the most important thing in the world, and the healer's life is really a stream of intimacies, when a patient sits with you and tells you the worst stories that could burn you out, they are also giving you the greatest trust. I focus on the trust, respect and love they give me rather than the pain of their story. I'm there to be a good listener first and to be a good friend, and then to do what intuitively and scientifically both come to mind." top of page
Dr Adams expressed his vision for a facility that would embody ideals like the following: Not charging any money, to eliminate the distorting effect of greed on health care in our society; Carrying no malpractice insurance; Staff and patients living together in an environment that is not only hospital but also home -- farm, theatre, crafts centre, recreational facility, in a beautiful material setting, with the hospital ae especially silly, playful place; Having respect for and working in cooperation with healers from all traditions; Holding to the fundamental goal of living healthy lives and not just conquering sickness.
The architect for the new fee-free hospital was asked to "make it silly," with trap doors, eyeball-shaped exam rooms and chandeliers to swing on.
With the attention his ideas are getting since the release of Patch Adams, a film based on his life which starred Robin Williams, he and his friends may well get the help they need to realize their dream.
For more information on Patch Adams' ideas and the progress of the Gesundheit! Institute, see the Resources section, below. top of page
How to be an ideal patient -- "As patients change from passive recipients of paternalistic care into active partners, I often hear them ask, 'How can I be a better patient?' "
The Wellness Show -- (Global Ideas Bank) Excerpts from interviews and other sources.
Nasal Diplomacy: A Funny Route to Peace -- "When I picture a Geneva talk I realize I must accept a Reagan and a Gorbachev as part of the team; but what if each of them brought their favorite silly person. I believe it would ease tension and open all up to vulnerability and commonality. Lighten up, world! Consider a career in nasal diplomacy."
Windhorse Associates -- Recovering From Psychosis at Home