Query : Travail social et médico-social
- Bergeron-Canut, Florence2
- Bied, Marjorie2
- Boulmier, Daniel2
- Jaeger, Marcel2
- Mérini, Corinne2
- Thomazet, Serge2
- Advenier, Frédéric1
- Aissaoui, Djamel1
- Alix, Jean-Sébastien1
- Althaus, Virginie1
- Angele, Rebecca1
- Anton, Alice1
- Assoun, Paul-Laurent1
- Bajus, Frédérique1
- Barrère, Anne1
- Barrier, Céline1
- Bazet, Isabelle1
- Bertaux, Roger1
- Blum, Pauline1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences18
- Gender Studies12
- Political Science12
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology8
- Methods and Statistics6
- Communication Sciences4
- Art and Art History2
- Biological Anthropology1
- Architecture and Space Management1
- Economies and Finances1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
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...
The little prince and gardener: psychanalytic follow-up of an agitated child
"A rule without exception: Keep and coat smoothly and without hardening. For the rest, to be vigilant about the temptation of reparative attitudes and, above all, to maintain a quality of listening which in itself and in itself — less understanding than testimony "A. Green. I would like to thank the...
Arrangements for equivalence in the social and medical and social sectors, continued... without end?
SOC. 5 June 2008, Appeal No 06-46.366, published in Bulletin
Performance of acute stroke management
The main issue in the management of acute stroke is access to reperfusion strategies (ie thrombolysis or thrombectomy) within the recommended time window. Currently, fewer than 1 in 2 eligible patients are receiving this treatment, partly because of difficulties in stoke identification and extended...
With the users: inventing more democratic practices
Colloquium organised for the 60 years of ASH (weekly social news) On Thursday 12 November 2015 at the International University Centre in Paris With the participation of Marcel JAEGER (Chair of Social Work and Social Intervention, LISE, Cun) on rebasing the report to people. ‘Thank you for no longer...
Projet de vie et modalités de communication des personnes en situation de handicap Projet de vie et modalités de communication des personnes en situation de handicap: Livrable 1 bis : Attentes et demandes des usagers - « Recueillir et collecter les attentes des usagers en termes d’accompagnement dans leur projet de vie et d’orientation »
Divers textes de références sur le handicap tant au niveau national (loi de février 2005) qu’au niveau international (loi de décembre 2006 promue par l'ONU) œuvrent pour l'égalité des droits et des chances, la participation et la citoyenneté des personnes handicapées. Ces textes mettent ainsi en ava...
TICVida ’05: to become European documentalists – An Ibero American life sciences documentation e-congress
International audience 19 speaking-speaking American countries formed 60%, Brazil 3%, and Spain 37% of the participants of the March 05 e-congress promoted by the Hispanic Association of Internet Documentalists (AHDI, http://www.documentalistas.com). The current development in information technologi...
It manufactures executives in social work organisations.
this study analyses the use of mentoring and support for employees, in the social and medical and social environment, for a population of middle managers, in order to help them welcome, integrate and take up their duties. The aim is to gain a better understanding of what kind of support is being pro...
Remote consultations during lockdown in city surgery
Medical interviews during medical teleconsultation tend to be short, simple and focused on a specific problem. We try to identify in this article the difficulties of remote consultation and the psychiatric symptomatology we observed during the lockdown related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our observati...
Autonomy of judges or automatism of judgments? Autonomy of judges or automatism of judgments?: The legal process put to the test by forensic expertise
International audience This article seeks to study the work of forensic doctors who undertake examinations at the request of the public prosecutor, either in the context of investigations into cause of death or as part of inquiries into acts of violence. The article analyses the process by which the...
The place of parents and their work in the educational and therapeutic pathway of their child with disabilities
In France, profound changes have emerged in the approach to illnesses and disabilities in a context of promoting users’ subjective rights and, more broadly, principles of health and social ‘democracy’. The role of families of children with disabilities in the preparation and conduct of intervention...
Autism in Marseille North: Territorial inequalities, precariousness and shortage of public services.
objective: In order to illustrate the obstacles to the care pathways and schooling of children who have been diagnosed with autism, we have chosen to look at the experiences of families and the arrangements put in place to support children and their parents in Marseille North, where the social disad...
“Approval of collective standards in the social and medico-social sectors”, File: The particularities of labour law in the non-profit social and medico-social sector, G. François (dir.), BJT Bulletin Joly Travail, Lextenso, 2020, No 10, pp. 43-51
Elaboration and implementation of a systemic intervention method for small and medium-sized companies : theoretical construction and practical application in five companies
This thesis is part of the research on organizational intervention, and more specifically on employee wellbeing in small and medium-sized companies. Starting from a criticism of wellbeing at work interventions based on a quantitative diagnosis, we put forward a systemic intervention method aiming to...
History of social policies
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Developing social and medical and social services: the utopia of competitive regulation
should access to fundamental rights be regulated? This is the question that competitive practices pose to social interventions. An analysis of some of the characteristics of work with and for others tells us that inclusion is not a competition because the exercise of solidarity implies fraternity. S...
The dualisation of French social and medico-social sector managers: A managerial revolution in social work
With the effects of the New Public Management applied to French social action, social and medical and social organisations have been led to develop new forms of management to cope with the shrinking budget and the imposition of new management mechanisms. A dualisation of managers is emerging, betwee...
Adaptation of French society to aging : aging today in an Age-Friendly City : integration, discrimination and roles of public policy
This PhD work aims to analyse the way French cities seize and implement the Agefriendly Cities approach on their territories. Thanks to seventy semi-guided interviews, a second data analysis and active observation, we studied how thirteen French cities decided to implement the Age-friendly Cities ap...
Inventive ways of doing and looking at. Foreword
In the previous delivery of Social Research (Social Information No 198), following the Ehpad crisis in winter 2017-2018, we reported on a parliamentary report on the increasing tensions in these health and medical and social facilities. While Cécile Rosenfelder’s thesis does not provide a response t...
Training in social work: from complexity to perplexity
This article shows an overview of education and social work training in France, which takes place in social and medical and social structures. On the basis of a recent history, the author envisages a change in this work through the possibilities offered by the DML system. He wondered about the benef...
Saving, protecting and caring : a history of emergency medical services in France (1920s-1980s)
This dissertation deals with the elaboration and the social uses of the notion of vital emergency in contemporary France. The concept of emergency – defined as a need for urgent action to avoid death - constitutes an increasingly common form of medical care. Based on a study of multiple sources, inc...
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An agreement was signed between the cnmats and the CNAF at the beginning of 2016, around the programme for returning home to maternity leave. This convention aims to raise awareness of this programme among young mothers. The author plans to increase responsibility for the activities of social and fa...
The bibliographic news
A. Work focusing on the theoretical and general aspects of rehabilitation, social work and juvenile justice for Blanchard Véronique, ‘Children kept behind, an endless history...’, Psy enfances, No 83, 2019, pp. 13-21. Brier Pascale, A History of Physical Education in Medical and Educational Institut...
Changes in medical and social work: between control of altruistic engagement and rationalisation of public spending
Teamwork, teamwork and privacy in a sessad
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThis article is the result of a collective reflection by the team of a newly created sessad, reported by his psychiatrist. The current development of the provision of medical and social care for children in the form of specialised education and home care services leads this mul...