After a shooting, Michel’s right leg was damaged. He underwent several operations and was finally amputated. He tells us about 20 years of his life and hopes to improve communication between health professionals.
This episode discusses the fact that reducing the asymmetry in the care relationship by sharing information improves care. Also the fact that the carer can mark out the relationship.
We can’t say it enough, only the patient lives their own story… So, when they feel better, or in the process of healing, and decide to share their experience of living with the disease with other patients, one possibility is to become a peer helper.
Depending on the era, certain words are more or less popular; we say that the patient is not a client, we regularly describe him as a user, but what is he really?
There are several ways and methods to collect the real need of patients. The patient committee is one of them, but how to organise it in your institution?