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Fontaine, Antoine

Overview
Works: 6 works in 11 publications in 2 languages and 140 library holdings
Genres: Operas  Interviews  Conference papers and proceedings  Drama  Concert television programs  Televised performances  Concert films  Opera films 
Roles: Thesis advisor
Classifications: M1500.R35, 782.1
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Most widely held works by Antoine Fontaine
Hippolyte & Aricie : tragédie en 5 actes et un prologue (1733) by Jean-Philippe Rameau( Visual )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 54 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this DVD Emmanuelle Haïm is joined by the orchestra of Le Concert d'Astrée on period instruments, as well as a stellar cast including Sarah Connolly as Phèdre, Stéphane Degout as Thésée, Anne-Catherine Gillet as Aricie and Topi Lehtipuu as Hippolyte in the acclaimed production from Ivan Alexandre
Autour de Gaetano Benedetti : une nouvelle approche des psychoses( Book )

3 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Lucio Silla : dramma per musica in tre atti by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart( Visual )

2 editions published in 2017 in Italian and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vivre et dire sa psychose by Clément Bonnet( Book )

2 editions published between 2007 and 2012 in French and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cet ouvrage donne la parole aux patients psychotiques à partir d'une enquête en sciences sociales réalisée par des praticiens d'une équipe de santé mentale. Il offre un regard inédit sur le monde de la folie : des patients racontent leur maladie et leurs soins, et des psychiatres les découvrent autrement. Comment, et à partir de quoi, se forme l'expérience subjective de la maladie ? Quelles sont les diverses théories étiologiques auxquelles se réfèrent les patients ? Quelles sont les représentations qui interviennent dans l'adhésion aux soins et comment interviennent-elles ? Qu'est-ce qui fait qu'un patient devient moins étranger à un médecin ? Comment évaluer l'écart entre la maladie telle qu'elle est éprouvée par le malade dans son discours profane et la maladie décrite à travers le discours médical ? Les médecins accepteront-ils de s'éloigner de leurs références habituelles pour accéder aux modèles explicatifs de leurs patients ? La relation soignant-soigné peut-elle se conceptualiser comme une transaction entre les modèles de l'un et de l'autre comme cela a été tenté à propos du sida ? Ceux qui ont une fibre militante se demanderont sans doute pourquoi les collectifs d'usagers ne sont pas plus nombreux, alors même qu'ils pourraient modifier certaines représentations sociales des maladies mentales aussi bien dans le grand public que chez les soignants. Par ailleurs, quelle est la place des actions d'information et d'éducation sanitaire qui, à l'évidence, ont pour objectif de modifier les représentations des personnes, invitées à abandonner certaines croyances pour un savoir scientifique
Fondements épistémologiques de la notion de CNEP by Alice Rousseau( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ppsychogenic non epiletique seizure (PNES) is an essentially descriptive nosological entity : it is described as a brutal change of sensations, of perceptions or of the level of consciousness. lts appearance reminds of epileptic seizure but it is not associated with epileptic electrophysiologic phenomenon. These crises predominantly concerns women and they are significantly associated with a psychotraumatic background. Contemporain clinicians agree with the fact that they fall under an unconscious dissociative process and it is shown that their triggering is correlated with an intense emotional experience. Such a clinical pic ture is found in medical wri tings that date back to antiqui ty : the uterine suffocation of Hippocrate, thereafter named hysteria, but it is also found under the name of epilepsia. However, even if the medical discourse has had many reversals that make discondinuous the nosological concepts of hysteria and PNES, their clinical descriptions as well as sorne etiological intuitions remainded remarkably similar. We propose to do a two main strands analysis of the advent of the concept of PNES : one semantic (by dividing the terms { Psychogenic }, {non epileptic} and { seizure }), and one clinical, by researching historical clinical writings that are close to the current definition of PNES. ln this research work, we demonstrate how epistemological movements evolve over centuries, repeating the same cycles,sometimes on the side of a neuroscientist positivism, sometimes on the side of a psychodynamic subjectivism. We identify the main points of divergences between those two poles and how it influences the practice, based on a clinical case
La spiritualité comme potentielle stratégie de coping chez les patients suivis en psychiatrie : une étude qualitative by Juliette Leclert( )

1 edition published in 2021 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Introduction : Spirituality and religion are rarely broached in psychiatry in France, for cultural and political reasons and because psychiatrists lack formation about these subjects. However these thematics are binded with a quest of meaning and help to a better understanding of the self and the world. In this way spirituality could be a coping strategy to help patients to cope with their psychological difficulties. The aim of this study is to explore the question of the spirituality in psychiatry and the help it could bring. Material and methods: Realisation of a qualitative study with patients treated in a day hospital and who takes part in a psycho-social rehabilitation program. Results : Severa! thematics appears from the interviews : importance of morale values and social links, transcendence, beliefs and rituals, ability to act for oneself and to accept what cornes, and finally evolution ofthe beliefs. Conclusion : Results of the thematic anal y sis allow us to make the hypothesis that spirituality brings something benefic to the patients. Tt allows them to become conscious they can act for themselves. it helps them to engage in the world and it can guide them. Spirituality also brings confidence ~d calming down. These results are to be considered with the limits of this study and could be refined with others studies
 
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