Medical students are encouraged to turn their patients into tiny puzzle pieces and forget the entire picture. Patient details and analyses are easier to read on paper anyway. For medical students wanting a break, they can take a swim in the Journal Sand Dune or play with the Data Crane. The attitudes of medical students are being redirected to always look for the weaker aspects of the patient rather than the positive aspects. When medical students take a medical history from patients, they are taught to distrust the patient’s sexual, smoking and drinking history. Medical students are also taught to cross-question patients when addressing whether the patients have ever smoked. People attending medical clinics as patients are encouraged to lose their natural tendency to strike up conversations, to speak freely and to learn about another person’s life. In the hospital waiting room patients are told to sit and wait with other patients.