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Renoux, Cécile (1981-....).

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Works: 48 works in 64 publications in 1 language and 93 library holdings
Roles: Thesis advisor, Opponent, Author
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Most widely held works by Cécile Renoux
Quel est le vécu des infirmiers libéraux lors d'une situation complexe relevant de soins palliatifs à domicile ? by Audrey Letourneur( )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Palliative care is evolving towards the management of a greater number of home based cases. The general practitioner is the coordinator of the home based care. However, the private nurse is often the primary contact, thanks to daily home care visits. According to a 2004's thesis, 75% of the private nurses interviewed, experienced emotional and affective difficulties. Unlike the general practitioner, their difficulties regarding this situation have not been deeply explored by the literature. Objective : To explore the private home based care nurses experience, while they are in charge of a complex palliative care case. Method : Qualitative survey, including 12 private nurses semi-directed interviews. Recording, full transcription and thematic content analysis with the emergence of a theory. Results : A feeling of isolation appeared from the interviews. It seems to be linked with a lack of medical information. This feeling tends to be stronger when the private nurse had only little interactions with the general practitioner. Otherwise, a trusting relationship was established, facilitating regular interactions between the general practitioner and the nurse. These situations were difficult on an emotional level for the nurses. However, they felt fulfillment thanks to the gratitude of the patient and their relatives. This proximity also led to difficulties in letting go and an over-investment which, with the lack of time, fostered stress and frustrations. Conclusion : These cases were more emotionally and physically draining, but also more rewarding. It would be interesting to identify the nurse's expectations, in order to improve these cases
Supervision directe : quel est le vécu des internes de médecine générale en stage de niveau 1 ? by Lateefat Said( )

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

Introduction: During the general practice internship, direct supervision (SD) is the phase where the general practitioner supervisor (GPS) observes the student performing the consultations. It is rich in information for the GPS and learning for the resident through feedback on what has been achieved. In France, few studies have focused on what the residents were experiencing during this phase. Objective: To explore how general practice residents experienced the direct supervision phase during their level 1 internship. Method: A qualitative survey by 13 semi-directed interviews conducted between April and October 2019 with general practice resident who completed a general practice level 1 internship during the 2018-2019 winter semester. Recording interviews, complete transcription with anonymization and then analysis in a grounded theory. Results: Some interns were apprehensive about the SD phase for fear of being judged by their GPS. While performing the consultation under the watchful eye of their GPS was frightening. Residents, discovering general medicine, had to familiarize themselves with the environment of their new work, learn how to work besides a GPS and adapt themselves with their patients. Thanks to the support and confidence of the GPS, the residents felt more comfortable and gained confidence. The analysis revealed several criteria that promoted a good experience, such as preparing the residents by explaining the progress of the phase, the withdrawal of the GPS during the consultation and the achievement of feedback. Conclusion: Despite the perceived difficulties, SD seemed to be an enriching and indispensable phase. Simple advice would improve students' experiences
L'interne en stage ambulatoire de niveau 1 : influence sur la consultation et sur la relation médecin-patient : point de vue des patients sur les relations triangulaires médecin-patient-interne by Magali Racaud-Allainmat( )

2 editions published in 2016 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduction : Depuis 1997 les internes de médecine générale effectuent un stage ambulatoire de niveau 1 auprès d'un médecin généraliste praticien agréé maître de stage des universités (MSU). Objectifs : L'objectif de cette étude était d'explorer les sentiments des patients sur le fait de passer d'une relation médecin-patient à une relation triangulaire médecin-patient-interne, et quelles conséquences cela avait sur la consultation et la relation médecin-patient. Méthode : Enquête qualitative par entretiens individuels semi-structurés auprès de seize patients familiarisés avec le stage de niveau 1, dans quatre cabinets de MSU des Bouches-du-Rhône, entre août et septembre 2012. Après retranscription intégrale une analyse thématique de contenu a été réalisée. Résultats : Le sentiment général était positif. L'influence de l'interne sur la consultation et les relations médecin-patient dépendait de plusieurs facteurs. Tout d'abord des personnalités de l'interne, du patient et du MSU, et de leurs conceptions du rôle de chacun. Ensuite du nombre de rencontres avec un même interne, du motif de consultation, des échanges médicaux entre le MSU et l'interne et de la présentation de l'interne. Conclusion : Les patients étaient favorables à la présence des internes en cabinet, car cette formation semblait indispensable pour pallier au manque de médecins généralistes. Les internes se faisaient naturellement une place dans les relations triangulaires en se montrant intéressés et en s'impliquant activement, mais manquaient de compétences relationnelles
Les internes influencent-ils la pratique professionnelle de leurs maîtres de stage ? by Marion Hahusseau( )

2 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Background: Since 1997, residents in general practice have to perform a semester with one to three approved general practitioners (GPs) supervisors. Objective: Investigate general practitioners' feeling about resident's influence on their professional practice. Method: Qualitative study based on semi-structured interviews with general practitioners from Loir-et-Cher and Indre-et-Loire. Interviews were audio recorded, fully transcribed, and a thematic analysis was performed. Results: The resident's point of view, often initially feared, enabled GPs to be evaluated and more rigorous. Doctors' feeling about the triangle relationship resident-doctor-patient was positive. The relationship with the resident was a pleasing experience. The relationship with the patient was improved. GPs tried to take a step back to let residents practice. They made changes during their consultations, they were particularly more attentive. Teaching was the opportunity to improve the keeping of medical records. Time constraint was unanimous, however GPs found solutions to deal with it. Residents' supervision was like a continuous training because GPs questioned their practice, conducted research, undertook further training, and the resident provided updated knowledge. Conclusion: GPs perceived resident's influence on relationship, organization of consultations and working time, and on training. Apart from time constraint, doctors' feeling was positive, with a practice improvement
Quels sont les déterminants qui conduisent les femmes à choisir le médecin généraliste comme professionnel pour leur suivi de grossesse à bas risque by Caroline Ameil( )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Context : When pregnancy is with low foetal risk, prenatal care can be provided by a gynecologist, a midwife or a general practitioner. In spite of the lack of gynecologists, few pregnancies' prenatal care is provided by general practitioners. Objectives : The main goal of this study was to know what the reasons are for some patients to choose general practitioners for their prenatal care. The secondary goal was to identify women's expectations regarding prenatal care. Method : Qualitative and descriptive study using semi directed interviews with puerperal patients whose first six months of prenatal care were provided by a general practitioner. The interviews were audio recorded and fully transcribed. Then, a thematic analysis was conducted. Results : The main criteria for choosing a general practitioner as prenatal care provider were of two levels. From an organizational point of view, everything seemed to be “easier” : often located closer, more available, offering comprehensive care, with simplified procedures... From a human point of view, there seemed to be a special relationship, with reassuring mutual acquaintance, sign of trust. Patients recognized his ability to react and his proficiency. Conclusion : It's rare for patients to seek prenatal care in general practices. Nevertheless, the general practitioner seems to respond to organizational and relational expectations for some patients who give greater importance to connection and proximity rather than to the technicity offered by the gynecologist
Quelles sont les motivations des internes ayant exercé un droit au remords pour rejoindre la filière médecine générale ? by Camille Marchand Kervern( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les internes ont la possibilité de changer de filière dans les 2 ans qui suivent le début de l'internat, si leur rang de classement aux ECN le leur permet : c'est le droit au remords. Objectifs : Les objectifs de cette étude étaient d'explorer les motivations des internes ayant exercé un droit au remords pour rejoindre la filière médecine générale et d'analyser le processus décisionnel dans lequel s'inscrivait cette réorientation. Méthode : Enquête qualitative descriptive par entretiens semi-dirigés d'internes et jeunes médecins du Grand Ouest ayant effectué un droit au remords pour la médecine générale. Enregistrement des entretiens, retranscription intégrale, validation du contenu par les interviewés et analyse thématique du contenu. Résultats : Les motivations étaient l'attrait pour la variété des situations cliniques et des modes d'exercice, pour une relation privilégiée avec les patients, ou la volonté de quitter une spécialité qui ne correspondait pas à leur vision de la médecine. Le processus décisionnel était complexe, influencé par les représentations sur la médecine générale. La médecine générale avait déjà été envisagée au moment du choix initial. Elle était revue comme la meilleure option après un début d'internat dans la spécialité ne correspondant pas à leurs attentes. Le droit au remords était vécu comme un soulagement. Conclusion : Les internes concernés envisageaient tous une médecine centrée patient. Bien se connaître, connaître les spécialités convoitées (pour cela le stage de second cycle en médecine générale semblait indispensable) et avoir conscience des facteurs influant le choix étaient les conditions d'un choix éclairé
L'expression des motifs de consultation du patient : éviter les demandes de fin de consultation ? by Audrey Fages Bedouet( )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contexte : Dans une consultation, un médecin généraliste traite en moyenne de deux à trois problèmes, d'ordre très varié, dans un temps imparti limité, avec deux acteurs ayant chacun un rôle et des attentes. Objectif principal: Explorer les éléments amenant le patient à exprimer ou non les sujets qu'il avait prévus d'aborder. Méthode : Enquête qualitative descriptive par entretiens semi-dirigés auprès de patients. Enregistrement des entretiens, retranscription intégrale, analyse thématique de contenu. Résultats : L'accueil et le début de la consultation étaient essentiels pour mettre le patient à l'aise et le faire s'exprimer. L'examen physique offrait un temps de proximité propice à la discussion. Les explications médicales de fin de consultation étaient primordiales pour le patient. Le facteur temps était décisif et parfois source de stress pour les deux partis. Les patients n'avaient pas de hiérarchisation dans l'expression de leurs motifs et les demandes non exprimées l'étaient souvent par omission. Une relation médecin-patient positive, basée sur la collaboration, la confiance et un bon feeling, avait un effet directement bénéfique sur le patient. Le médecin devait être accessible, disponible, calme, et surtout pratiquer une écoute active et manifester son intérêt par le regard. Conclusion : Pour limiter les demandes de fin de consultation, le médecin pourrait laisser au patient un temps initial d'expression suffisant, sans l'interrompre. Puis effectuer un examen physique complet, suivi d'explications médicales claires. Il pourrait explorer l'agenda du patient, surtout en début et fin de consultation, en lui demandant s'il souhaite aborder autre chose
Apport perçu du stage en médecine générale de niveau 1 dans l'acquisition de la compétence communicationnelle par les internes by David Hamard( )

2 editions published in 2019 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contexte : La compétence communicationnelle améliore la satisfaction personnelle du médecin et du patient et permet une meilleure observance du traitement par le patient. Il est nécessaire de bien y former les futurs praticiens, mais il existe de nombreuses difficultés dans le développement de cette compétence. Objectif : L'objectif de cette étude était d'évaluer l'apport perçu du stage en médecine générale de niveau 1 dans l'acquisition de la compétence communicationnelle par les internes. Méthode : Enquête qualitative par 13 entretiens semi-dirigés réalisés entre avril et novembre 2018. Retranscription intégrale des entretiens puis analyse selon la méthode de la théorisation ancrée et modélisation sous forme de carte heuristique. Résultats : Les internes ont développé des représentations riches et variées de la communication à l'issue de ce stage. Les apports à la compétence communicationnelle se faisaient par le suivi avec les patients, la proximité avec les maîtres de stage, les nombreuses rétroactions et l'observation. L'apprentissage des internes était progressif au cours de ce stage, aboutissant à l'acquisition d'un niveau intermédiaire dans la compétence communicationnelle. Conclusion : Le stage en médecine générale de niveau 1 était un terrain privilégié pour travailler la compétence communicationnelle. Ces résultats ouvrent la réflexion sur le développement de formations dédiées pendant ce stage. Il serait également intéressant d'interroger les maitres de stages universitaires pour recueillir leur ressenti sur l'influence de l'interne sur leur propre compétence communicationnelle
Obligation vaccinale de janvier 2018 : qu'en pensent les parents réticients à la vaccination contre l'hépatite B de leurs enfants by Clémence Delourmel( )

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

Introduction : The January 2018 law on compulsory vaccination to increase the immunization coverage in France is at the centre of the debate. A lot of controversy has led to some opposition against compulsory vaccination, especially hepatitis B. The aim of the study was to explore how the January 2018 requirement for compulsory vaccination against Hepatitis B was perceived amongst parents reluctant to vaccinate their children. Method : A study both qualitative and narrative as a result of 12 semi-directive individual interviews among the parents of the Centre Val de Loire region. Axial coding of verbatim reports was done by the researcher and the thesis director. Then thematic data analysis in an interpretive phenomelogical approach. Results : The parents' reluctance originates from a distrustful environment which was fuelled by court cases reported in the media. The controversy towards SEP-hepatitis B was still fresh in people's minds despite studies which showed the lack of a link with causality and affected parental views of the vaccination due to misleading information. However Hepatitis B itself was not the main reason for the rejection of the vaccination but the mistrust of the institutions. When vaccination became compulsory, the mistrust was aggravated by a feeling of misunderstanding and injustice from of the parents. The State replaced the parents in the decision making. Parents' anxiety about possible and serious side effects was more important and was fuelled with the addition of some personal research. This anxiety offset the beneficial effects which seemed uncertain to them. A doctor was the perfect choice for parents' questions but may react clumsily as they would hide behind the compulsory vaccination obligation failing to reassure or convince the parents. Conclusion : Fear of vaccination amongst reticent parents goes back a long way and is embedded. Their distrust of health authorities is increasing, especially since vaccination is an obligation. Listening to their fears could be a way to have an exchange of views with their doctors who could perhaps reassure them and alter/modify their views
Document de synthèse et certification des compétences : difficultés et représentations des tuteurs by Elodie Billard( )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contexte : En 2004, le département universitaire de médecine générale (DUMG) de Tours a adopté le paradigme d'apprentissage et ses outils : portfolio et tutorat. Chaque interne est suivi par un tuteur qui l'aide à développer ses connaissances et à construire son portfolio. Au terme de son cursus, le tuteur rédige un document de synthèse, témoin des compétences acquises par l'interne. Ce document participe à la décision de la commission de validation du diplôme d'études spécialisées. Un document à fort enjeu dont la rédaction n'est pas toujours aisée. Objectif : Décrire les difficultés des tuteurs à rédiger le document de synthèse. Méthode : Enquête qualitative avec analyse thématique de contenu d'entretiens semi-dirigés auprès des tuteurs. Résultats : Quinze tuteurs ont été interviewés. Leur principale difficulté était l'évaluation des compétences pratiques du tutoré au travers uniquement des traces d'apprentissage écrites. Ils désiraient avoir accès aux évaluations de terrain, tout en les trouvant peu informatives quand disponibles. L'utilisation des outils pédagogiques n'était, selon eux, pas aisée, du fait d'un langage pédagogique spécifique. La place et l'importance du document de synthèse lors de la validation étaient méconnues et ils désiraient assister à des commissions. L'absence d'information sur la forme de ce document compliquait aussi sa rédaction. Leur rôle ne semblait ni reconnu financièrement ni valorisé par le DUMG. Conclusion : Ces difficultés devront être prises en compte dans l'amélioration des moyens d'évaluation en et hors stage dans un objectif de certification des compétences
La compétence « relation, communication, approche centrée patient » en médecine générale après un stage d'interne dans une structure de soins palliatifs by Filipe Pesqueira( )

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

Context : The « relationship, communication, patient-centred care » competency is at the centre of the « competence daisy » defined by the CNGE. However, general practice residents don't feel enough trained to develop this competency. A qualitative study among residents who completed a palliative care internship shows an improvement of their relationship competency with a certain portability in general practice, even though the data collected remains unclear. Objective : Identify improvement elements according to the « relationship, communication, patient-centred care » competency of general practice residents through the palliative care internship and the teaching methods used by residents during the internship. Method : Qualitative study by semi-structured interviews with 12 participants who completed an internship in a palliative care structure in the Centre Val-de-Loire region as a resident enrolled in the DES of General Practice at the Faculty of Medicine in Tours. A complete written transcript and a thematic content analysis were carried out. Results : The study shows the competency learning progress with the acquisition of communication skills, more investment in the meeting which can sometimes generate emotions and a better recognition of the otherness of the patient. This development is in association with a personal reflection on his own professional practice, a reassessment of the initial training paradigm and a will to continue to educate oneself. A partial portability of the knowledge is possible in general practice with greater use of the relationship competency in daily practice and a strengthened collegiality practice. Although, it remains a limitation due to time constraint. Lastly, the study reports a pedagogical approach, both common and specific, acquired gradually during the internship and articulated with the DUMG's pedagogy. Conclusion : According to the general practice residents, this study confirms and details the improvement elements of this competency through the internship in a palliative care structure. The reported elements should allow to improve overall training for this competency through the use of new learning methods and by the emergence, among all clinicians, of resource persons for the teaching of the latter
Quelle est l'influence perçue du meuble bureau sur la communication et la relation médecin-patient ? by Rachel Nau( )

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

Context : Quality health care is based on a quality doctor-patient relationship (DPR), which requires good communication. Space management is a mode of communication. Main objective : Explore patients' representations on the influence of the presence or not, of the dimensions, and of the layout of the office, on the relationship and communication with their general practitioner (GP). Method : Qualitative survey carried out by semi-structured interviews of GP's patients from Indre-et-Loire. Recording of interviews, full retranscription and thematic analysis of the content. Results : The absence of an office desk was categorically perceived by patients, either very negatively with a deterioration in doctor-patient communication (DPC), or on the contrary, positively with an improvement in DPC and DPR. The dimensions of the desk influenced DPC, certainly in a negative way if too deep, too high or too imposing in general, or, possibly in a better way if smaller, less deep. Nevertheless, a minimum necessary distance was required between doctor and patient. The layout of the desk in the medical office did not influence DPC nor DPR. Patients unexpectedly discussed variations in desk shapes, styles and materials, which influenced DPC. Conclusion : The presence or absence of office desk and its type influenced, according to patients, their communication and their relationship with their general practitioner. The patients seemed to prefer a medium-sized desk, convivial and promoting communication in the patient's social and even personal sphere
Evaluation formative des internes de médecine générale en stage ambulatoire en soins primaires en autobomie supervisée (SASPAS) à la faculté de médecine de Tours : bilan de l'expérimentation de deux outils by Catherine Couton( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

En 2013, un référentiel de compétences qui identifiait, définissait et décrivait chaque compétence de la médecine générale et ses composantes a été publié par le Collège National des Généralistes Enseignants (CNGE). L'utilisation de ces nouveaux outils pédagogiques a participé à la réforme complète de l'enseignement de la médecine générale et donc de l'évaluation et de la certification des internes. Recueillir l'opinion des MSU de la région Centre, recevant des internes en SASPAS, sur deux outils d'évaluation formative implantés au cours du semestre novembre 2013 - mai 2014. Recueil de l'opinion des maîtres de stage (MSU) au cours de 17 entretiens individuels. Analyse qualitative thématique de contenu après caractérisation de l'échantillon. Les pratiques d'évaluation des MSU étaient très diverses. L'utilisation des référentiels de compétences a été suivie par une majorité de MSU malgré les nombreuses critiques suscitées. Les difficultés étaient d'ordre pratique ou liées aux items soumis à l'évaluation. Les MSU s'inscrivaient dans un rôle de suivi, de guide mais ne se décrivaient pas spontanément comme des évaluateurs. L'intérêt des RC a été souligné pour l'amélioration de la formation et de l'évaluation des internes. L'hétérogénéité des pratiques pédagogiques des MSU a mis en évidence des différences de formation en pédagogie. L'évaluation formative a été, au cours de cette expérimentation, influencée par des facteurs extérieurs liés aux MSU et aux internes. L'évaluation formative des internes en SASPAS grâce à l'utilisation de RC semble être facilitée et plus conforme aux attentes des DUMG. Ces outils doivent être modulés pour optimiser leur utilisation au quotidien par les MSU
Comment les patients perçoivent-ils la présence de l'ordinateur au sein de la consultation de médecine générale et son influence sur la communication et la relation avec leur médecin ? by Noëlla Surmont( )

2 editions published in 2016 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contexte : Vingt ans après l'ordonnance Juppé de 1996, près de neuf médecins généralistes français sur dix sont informatisés. Objectif : Explorer comment les patients perçoivent aujourd'hui la présence de l'ordinateur au sein de la consultation de médecine générale et son influence sur la communication et la relation avec leur médecin. Méthode : Enquête qualitative par entretiens semi-dirigés de patients, au sortir d'une consultation de médecine générale, en Normandie. Enregistrement des entretiens, retranscription intégrale, et analyse thématique du contenu. Résultats : Les patients percevaient l'ordinateur comme un outil de travail efficace, aidant leur médecin. Ils acceptaient totalement sa présence au cabinet, l'estimant normale et indispensable. Ils pensaient que cette informatisation leur était profitable et se sentaient mieux suivis. Le temps dédié à l'ordinateur leur semblait rapide. Très peu souhaitaient voir l'écran. Certains humanisaient l'ordinateur, le percevant comme un tiers. La majorité percevait son influence sur la communication non verbale (regard, posture, expressions faciales, attention du médecin) et verbale. Cependant, la quasi-totalité considérait qu'il n'avait pas d'impact sur la relation médecin-patient, insistant sur la confiance portée à leur médecin. Certains soulignaient toutefois l'importance de l'attitude du médecin envers cet outil. Conclusion : Pour les patients, l'ordinateur semblait indispensable en consultation de médecine générale. S'ils percevaient son influence sur la communication avec leur médecin, la relation médecin-patient n'en était pas affectée à leurs yeux
Comment les patients de plus de 70 ans décrivent-ils l'évolution de leur sexualité au cours de leur vie ? by Inès Gerard( )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sexuality in older adults is prone to societal taboos and ageism. And yet 63% of men and 30% of women in good health past the age of eighty reported having sexual intercourse in a 1988 study in the USA. More recently in a spanish study in 2012, 62.3% of men and 37.4% of women past the age of 65 had an active sexuality. It's rather difficult to obtain more recent data, or data pertaining to France. Aims : The main objective of this study aimed at elderly people was to have them describe the development of their sexuality during the course of their life. The secondary objective was to identify the relational, physical, or social difficulties which could lead to the interruption of their sexuality and to determine if an idealisation of their past sexuality exists. Méthod : A qualitative survey by 14 individual semi-structured interviews conducted at the homes of volunteers aged 70 and above in the Indre department. Results : Youthful sexuality is marred by lack of knowledge and by inexperience. Sexuality stabilises before blossoming at around 50 years old. With age, genital sexuality decreases in favor of affection. The mains factors affecting elder sexuality were health, elder psychology and ageism. In the younger years, relational difficulties led to halting of sexuality. Sexuality of the past is not idealized. Conclusion : Each person's sexuality is unique and individual. Nevertheless an evolution theorie of the sexuality during the course of a life emerges from this study. A sexual golden age exists around 50 years old for both men and women. After this period, the sexuality slowly decreases. Did ageism have an impact on the elders sexuality ?
La salle d'attente : lieu de vie culturelle et d'échanges ? by Lisa Bosman( )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

INTRODUCTION: It is found that in the literature referenced, the general practitioners waiting room has never been seen other than as a place for waiting and communicating medical information. With its diversity of visitors, this space could also be used, like many other public spaces, for cultural purposes and community links. The purpose of this study was to explore the general public's view of the use of the waiting room as a place offering culture and communicating messages. METHOD: This qualitative study, by semi-directed individual and collective interviews, was conducted with a considered, non-probabilistic, sample group ensuring the diversity of possible representations of the Tarn population. A thematic content analysis by coding and categorisation was carried out. RESULTS: There was a preconceived image limiting the collective imagination in terms of 'the waiting room' based on experience. Until now its use did not satisfy the population and was not used to its full potential. The study population considered their ideal of the waiting room and proposed new uses. They expressed their doubts about the perception of medical centres if these waiting rooms were to be altered. Finally, placing culture in the waiting room was discussed and approved. CONCLUSION: The current under-use of this particular space has been revealed, and the proposed concept of a space offering culture and an exchange of communication has generated a mostly general enthusiasm. Some fears about perception and the legitimacy of this project have been raised
Difficultés des médecins généralistes dans la prescription du traitement de fond dans l'asthme de l'enfant : enquête qualitative by Aurélie Thibault( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le médecin-patient et sa santé : quelles différences perçoit-il entre sa prise en charge et celle de ses patients ? : enquête qualitative auprès de médecins généralistes d'Indre-et-Loire by Béatrice Brunie( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

While general practitioners have a good health and think they take good care of themselves, more than half of them feel they are worse taken care than their own patients. Aim : To explore the physicians' representations of their health and health care, in order to understand the reasons for their positive or negative perceptions. To consider improvement solutions. Method : Qualitative study conducted by semi-structured interviews on 13 general practitioners established in Indre-et-Loire, divided into two groups according to whether they felt better or worse taken care than their own patients. The thematic analysis aimed at highlighting similarities or differences between the two groups. Results : The participants felt that physicians were different patients, more careless because priority has been given to their work and because of a feeling of being almighty. Most of them managed their own health by themselves, believing in the ability to treat themselves. They felt some difficulties in the doctor-patient relationship : their knowledge reduced the distance of competence with caregivers. Sometimes their representations were different from their actions. The differences between the two groups were in connection with personal factors (personality, experience as a patient, health), and working conditions. Having their own general practitioner did not change their behavior or perception. Conclusion : Solutions still need to be set up : to create a preventive medicine and to train doctors to manage their own health better. New assumptions explaining the differences between the two groups have emerged. A quantitative study would allow to check them
Qu'attendent les médecins généralistes du Loir-Et-Cher d'une équipe mobile de gériatrie ambulatoire ? : une étude qualitative by Virginie Chauvin-Doublier( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'Interne en cabinet de médecine générale : opinion et critères de jugement des patients by Chrislène Massat( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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