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Recommendations for good professional practice: between positivism and systemaemia, the irruption of complexity
The generalisation of evaluation in the field of social and medical and social work responds to a request for state control and standardisation. This intention, which is strongly marked by positivist design, is reflected in recommendations for good professional practice. The way in which they are wr...
What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant
How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation? Starting from thisquestioning, this thesis invests the environment of those who have carried facial transplantprojects, and those who have debated about them, during the years 2000 and 2010 in Franceand the United Kingdom. It...
Patients’ rights, LGDJ Lextenso, Col. Systemes, 2018, 204 p
National audience In mirror doctors’ hippocratic duties, patients’ rights have slowly emerged and the care relationship has gradually been captured by law. A fundamental shift was made by the Law of 4 March 2002, known as the ‘Kouchner Law’, which, inter alia, enshrined the rights of the person care...
The change in the definition of death in Carlo Alberto Defanti
“Nothing is no longer certain than death”, as a very famous proverb claims. In fact, behind this seemingly simple and banal sentence, many theoretical and practical questions are hidden. We are biological beings and while the finality of human life is indisputable, the way to design and define ‘eter...
The quality of the territory, quality aging : a contribution of the geographer
The aging of the French population is a well- known topic but its effects are more important than is usually thought. The dwelling, the urban living habits, the services and amenities have to be adapted to seniors.The geographer tackles the problem through the relation of elder people to their livin...
Homes for the elderly and nursing homes between the demands of medical care and life orientation. Focus on: Places of age and care — Hospitals, homes and hospitals
Life, visit and work in old people’s and nursing homes is developed between individual needs and institutional requirements. (Socio)Demographic factors have led to a growing need for professional care and care for aging people. Processes of institutionalization and professionalization were and are t...
Processes of Empowerment and Practice of Sustainability and Self-Management among Pataxó Professors in the Kadi-Pequi Territory
The proposal is located in research work with women Pataxó from the Indígena Kadi-Pequi Territory, located in the Exar South of Bahia, particularly in the Vila de Cumuruxatiba, City of Prado, Bahia. The work seeks to highlight the dialogues with Pataxó professors of Indígena Kijetxawê Zabelê State S...
Professionalise the customer: the work of the market in a catering company
We show in this article that while the customer is in principle of the company’s strategies, the professionalisation of customers is organised by the company so that they measure the actions it takes. The professionalisation of customers set up in a catering company, Restocol, is based on rationalis...
« Learning and Teaching Medicine in Late Imperial China »
International audience Describing the processes and pedagogical activities that took place within the framework of medical apprenticeship in late imperial China raises a number of issues that have already been addressed in this volume. Firstly, we know very little on the practical processes of teach...
this chapter introduces to the French-speaking sociology of old age and ageing. He referred to the project of the work and its methods of reflection and structuring. It defines old age and ageing as sociological objects, and determines this disciplinary perspective by resembling it in an epistemolog...
Slope Entropy: A New Time Series Complexity Estimator Based on Both Symbolic Patterns and Amplitude Information
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From ideas to innovations : a sociocognitive approach for a strategic perspective
This work is devoted to the study of sensemaking in the early stages of the development of innovative ideas. Our strategic perspective aims at understanding the dynamic mechanisms permitting to identify opportunities, to organize resources and to drive processes leading to the launch of innovation p...
Statistical analysis of waiting time of patients by queuing techniques: case study of large hospital in Pakistan
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Development and preclinical characterization of anti-CD38 Affitins for positron emission tomography imaging of multiple myeloma
Multiple myeloma accounts for 10% of hematological malignancies and still remains incurable despite medical progress. In this context, new targeting strategies represent a major step forward which can improve patient’s diagnosis and therapeutic monitoring. Antibodies are the most widely used targeti...
«Induced abortion, practices and care» . An anthropology of youth through social norms and public health policies in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
Induced abortion without medical or legal request in countries where it is prohibitedsuch as Burkina Faso poses both a public health and social problems. It is this doubleproblematic that this thesis explored in order to understand the causes of the difficultiesfacing the country to fight against un...
Understanding the elderly consumer
'pbThe ageing is currently a demographics that will increase considerably in the coming years, especially in all developed countries. ‘/pb’PB In addition to the medical care required by this reality, experience and experience of ageing have been the subject of a great deal of work in psychology, soc...
The heterogeneity of HEALTH INFORMATION
The article examines in recent sociological work how three issues are addressed: What is the variety of sources of health information? How are these sources prioritised? How do actors react to heterogeneous information? He concluded on the usefulness of a theory combining information content on heal...
Transcultural thinking in bioethics based on experience in China: building a theoretical and methodological framework for future research cooperation = Transcultural discussion in Bioethics drawn from research experience in China: building up a theoretical and methodological framework for further research cooperation
The article offers analytical elements for a transcultural reflection on bioethics based on experience of research cooperation with colleagues and Chinese institutions. The discussion points concerned the establishment of ethics committees and their prerogatives, the regulation of human and animal t...
Electrical-thermal performance of a cooled RF applicator for hepatic ablation with additional distant infusion of hypertonic saline: In vivo study and preliminary computer modeling
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Health services, discrimination and ethnic/racial status: A case study of the problem in Mexico and Colombia
Reflecting and highlighting the relevance of the link between ethnic/racial status and the use of health services motivating this work. The approach we carry out brings together the existing information on the coverage, access and use of medical services in Colombia and Mexico, and its link with the...
Severe adult cranial trauma: what is the recovery?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe severe cranial trauma (CMC) represents a ‘silent epidemic’, as it is not known, and therefore less well taken into account. They are the main cause of death and disability among young adults. After resuscitation and rehabilitation, physical recovery lasts, on average, over...
Need people to think
‘titrebSummary’/titrebNew objects have opened up access to the political field in recent years (seeds, medicines, etc.), while the traditional objects of the nineteenth century workers’ movement (work, income, etc.) appeared to be expelled, relegated to experts. With the alteram globalist movement a...
A new waterborne chitosan-based polyurethane hydrogel as a vehicle to transplant bone marrow mesenchymal cells improved wound healing of ulcers in a diabetic rat model
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Alexandre Lacassagne’s lost criminology (1843-1924)
from 1885 to 1914, Lyon was the capital of French criminology. Dr Alexandre Lacassagne (1843-1924), a professor of the Chair of the forensic medicine, has become necessary, together with his expertise (the so-called ‘Gouffé malle’ case, Caserio, Joseph Vacher, etc.), his writes, the creation of the...
The UMVF is an ‘off-market publisher’ of the digitised resources of the medical profession
The contribution is interested in the UMVF (French-speaking Virtual Medical University) and discusses its role as a publisher of digitised content, which has the special feature of being an ‘off-market’ publisher compared to traditional publishers. For the UMVF, the production of resources is second...