Query : droits des malades
- Mignot, Jean-François2
- Abdoulaye Wotem Somparé1
- Alfandari, Elie1
- Aline Chamahian1
- André De Tienne1
- Arachu Castro1
- Aurélie Vittoz1
- Baudot, Pierre-Yves1
- Béatrice Eysermann1
- Berthod, Marc-Antoine1
- Blondel, Celia1
- Bonnet, Xavier1
- Bonnici, Bernard1
- Bouchard, Marcel1
- Bourdillon, François1
- Bradbury, Bettina1
- Brücker, Gilles1
- Bureau-Point, Eve1
- Castle, Sandra1
- Castro, Arachu1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology13
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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...
Sick aliens: the end of a consensus
After a militant battle between sick and foreigners’ associations, access to stay on medical grounds is granted by operation of law, protecting seriously ill foreigners who are deprived of treatment in their country from expulsion. A measure which, at first sight, is a matter of mankind... but which...
Resenha sobre a publicação “Droits des malades: vers une démocratie sanitaire?” organizada por Michèle Guillaume-Hofnung (Editora La Documentation Française, França, 2003).
‘Soft Approach’: a rehabilitation programme for older people with chronic mental illnesses
The authors present here ‘The Night Approach’, a rehabilitation programme for older people with chronic mental illnesses they have implanted in a geronto-psychiatric unit at a hospital in New York. Through this approach, a multidisciplinary team addresses the treatment of medical problems and differ...
Equal access to care or health care for dependent elderly people during the pandemic
While the lockdown was justified by the protection of the weakest and, more specifically, older people, the care of elderly people accommodated in EHPAD has been the subject of criticism and litigation before the President of the Council of State for interim measures. If EHPAD is not a hospital, the...
Transforming psychiatry for a more democratic society : the legacy of Franco Basaglia in two community psychiatric services, in France and Italy
Taking part in the democratization of society through the struggle against the segregation of people suffering from a mental disorder was the goal of a group of psychiatrists and other intellectuals who animated the debate in the 1970s on alternative psychiatric services. Along with its leading figu...
L’usag et le monde Hospitalier
`pbLa nouvelle `bbStratégie nationale de santé`/bb (2018-2022) prévoit de conforter la `bbplace de l’usager au cœur des décisions de santé`/bb afin qu’il puisse participer à l’évolution du système du monde hospitalier. Ce mouvement de `bbdémocratie sanitaire`/bb nécessite des outils pour mieux décry...
Some (positive) remarks on the first citizens’ consultation of the Assembly
© René Magritte One time is not customary, I will be optimistic. The Assembly has just launched its first consultation to gather the views of internet users on the articles of a bill, directly on the website of the National Assembly. The proposed law chosen is that on the end of life, signed by Alai...
The profession of nurse: female knowledge and professional recognition
This article focuses on the process of professionalising nurses in Quebec at the beginning of the 20th century. Going back to the origins of the profession, the aim is to study how nurses, based on women’s knowledge — “care” — have done to establish their profession and turn them into a profession,...
Public policies and privacy in the face of the serious illness: Locating the role of carers in Switzerland
This text deals with the influence that public policies may or may not have on the engagement of relatives with seriously ill family members, especially spouses. In an anthropological survey carried out in Roman (French-speaking) Switzerland between 2012 and 2016, we sought to understand how the lat...
Biofilm: setting up and organising a bacterial community
During the last 20 years, microbiologists have become aware that the bacterial growth pattern used in the laboratory has its limitations. In their natural environment, micro-organisms are attached to a surface, organised in structured communities, and included in a matrix of exopolysaccharide. This...
Problems with self-recognition: a neuropsychological approach to positive symptoms of schizophrenia
A review of recent work on the approach to certain symptoms of schizophrenia using neuropsychology and functional neuro-imaging methods is presented. This work makes a twofold contribution: on the one hand, they make it possible to configure certain symptoms presented by those patients in the contex...
There are only men, who are sometimes sick
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe psychiatry cannot derogate from the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
A quarter of a century later: our sick person...
psychiatrist for 30 years, the author, with his experience, has brought the history of the development of the Robert-Giffard institution and the evolution of psychiatry in Quebec back to mind. It has reviewed the living conditions of patients and staff since the early 50s. It allows us to remember t...
Intrafamilial homicide violence
Intrafamilial homicide is a complex phenomenon. Most cases are related to spousal murder, filicide (murder of a child by one or both parents) and parricide (murder of either father or mother). Following epidemiological data on intrafamilial homicides by mentally disordered perpetrators, an analysis...
AIDS and therapeutic immigration in France: myths and realities
AIDS and therapeutic immigration in France : myths and realities The inscription on the public agenda of migrants living with HIV/ AIDS was delayed in France mainly by the model of republican unity, the culturalist approach and the choice of the statistical categories. Its was after the arrival of...
" C'est gênant de se mettre à dos son médecin, parce qu'on en a besoin. ". Ouvriers malades de leur travail face à la médecine
International audience Au travers de leurs démêlés opiniâtres avec les médecins, les verriers de Givors et leurs soutiens ont rendu visibles les failles béantes des dispositifs de prévention, d'indemnisation et de soin autour des cancers professionnels. Ces failles résultent d'abord des multiples fo...
Public Health Treaty
"pb’BB’spanbTreaty of reference, ‘/bbsans equivalent in French, this third edition of the’ibanb Public Health Treaty’/ibibuses all issues relating to the health of the population.’ brb’brbAt at a time when the new law to modernise our health system establishes a National Public Health Agency (Public...
Adoptions in France and Italy: a comparative history of law and practice (‘span class = ‘petitecap’ bxix’supbe’/supb-’ span class = ‘petitecap’ bxxi’supbe’/supb centuries)
France and Italy have close rights of adoption and have been among the countries that have adopted the most minors internationally since the 1990s. But, in the longer term, to what extent are the practices similar between these two countries? This article shows the history of adoption law and practi...
This paper describes the functioning of the internal medicine ward of a referral hospital in the Northern region of Cameroon. We focus on daily ward rounds. This ritual is found in most hospitals. Yet, it has not received the attention of anthropologists. The purpose of this paper is to show how dur...
The end of life and the law of 22 April 2005
Ontological safety: a challenge to justice: Reflections on cognitive disability
The article proposes to rethink at new costs the isolation of people with cognitive disabilities and the violations of their rights. Empirical evidence suggests that the carer can play a prominent intermediate role between the disabled person and his/her social environment, including contributing to...
What is accompanying
In recent years, the term “coatching” (“accompagnement” in French) has been widely disseminated and popularized to describe the intervention practices employed with various groups in many different areas (sick people, the homeless, students with learning difficulties, immigrants, etc.). Based on int...
Psychiatric diagnosis and discrimination
The relationship between segregation and psychiatric diagnosis has evolved over time. As a racist and colonialist segregation, psychiatric diagnosis has become pharmaco-induced and, under the influence of reductionism, has moved away from classical clinical conceptions in a movement of naturalisatio...
Architecture and continuity: Loos, Wittgenstein, Peirce
Through the “Journal du botaniste” inserted in La quarantaine (1995), Le Clézio reveals a side of the scientific imagination specific to discoveries : it is the figure of the explorer which emerges through an erudite character who knows all about exotic plants, knows all the nooks and crannies of hi...