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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...
Paleopathological damage in the medieval leprey of Saint-Thomas d’Aizier (Eure): latest data
Lèpre is a particular disease in the Middle Ages, the representations of which vary between curse and benection, sacer and Sanctus, avers and setbacks in the same room that Durkheim referred to as ‘sacred’. Religious constructions, these ambivalent images have an impact on behaviour towards the inju...
Epistemology of knowledge taught, appropriate and used in physiotherapy. : Contribution of research results in science education to the creation of a discipline physiotherapy to ensure patient safety and quality of care
The profession of physiotherapist is located at a crossroads. Ongoing reforms lead to questioning the knowledge and skills taught physiotherapists to ensure patient safety and quality of care. It was sought to know the origin of knowledge in physiotherapy devices and evaluate teaching and ownership...
Care and health professions
The ‘Care and health professions’ folder shows how the health professions, and more specifically the nursing profession, through its history and in spite of its different developments in different countries, is a paradigmatic example of the difficulties in identifying the place of care in relation t...
Be a nurse in 2012: changes and paradoxes. An ethical reflection between disorder (s) and order (s)
What is a nurse in 2012? It is a presence at the heart of our privacy, care for our vulnerability, support until the whole of our lives and even after. This immemorial care remains the basis of the job. It is a care that calls for the past to look for a future, empathy and proxaemia trying to erase...
Mental health and plural societies
The emergence of plural societies is part of an irreversible historical and cultural movement. It is expressed in particular by the increasing mobility of people, knowledge, practices and techniques. Whether it be political, social, economic, cultural, religious or sexual, diversity therefore appear...
Caregivers’ experiences in responding to violence
Psychiatry is confronted with the expression of different forms of violence, including psychopathological structures. It testifies to the inability of the subject to otherwise transform his internal experiences. In everyday life, care teams feel insecure due to the potential danger of patients.The c...
Essays on intra-household bargaining, child well-being and domestic violence
this thesis includes three empirical tests on certain aspects of household decision models, which are subject to intensive research. The first test of this thesis concerns the attached identification of the rule on the sharing of resources between the spouses and their individual Engel curves of cer...
Peer support in a psychiatric user’s house. Experience and practices
‘titrebSummary’/titrebSince little, associations of psychiatry users have gained a place among mental health actors. Their actions at individual level, based on peer support, take place within different activities, such as “speaking groups” or within the framework of the MSG (Mutual Mutual Assistanc...
Premières évaluation d’un Bureau Virtuel pour un processus de conception augmenté
peer reviewed Many CAD tools already allow to create and manipulate directly ideas in a digital way. However, designers still use the pen and paper technique during the early design phase of their projects. Indeed, existing CAD tools con-straint the creative work. There is a need for a sponta-neous...
Liaison psychiatry: a practice of transdisciplinarity, an ethics of the meeting
‘titreb Resumé’/titrebThe influx of clinical situations unprecedented by the sum of skills required for their care, by the difficulties in organising it, not to mention the tests experienced by patients and their families are changing the functioning of the medical teams quite radically. The multidi...
Induction of positive emotions during the care of disoriented patients as a protective factor for MSDs in caregivers
Workshop 2: Service relationships, emotional load and influence Taking care of people with disorientation and loss of autonomy are a daily challenge for caregivers, especially during toilet work. This activity involves assistance in moving, stripping, care gestures, dressing and, as the case may be,...
A systemic reading of the relationship between transgression and therapeutic settings
The transgression and framework are often thought of in an opposition relationship in which the assertion of one can only be envisaged to the detriment of the other. This article proposes a systemic and constructive reading of transgression as an emerging property of the meeting of three elements: b...
Cancer, vulnerability and autonomy
If the person with cancer is vulnerable and needs specific care from a medical team, they also need to be re-established in their broken autonomy. In the face of illness, is it possible to preserve the autonomous aim of enabling the patient to make choices? Vulnerability regulated by law never runs...
Supervised education and its professionals: archaeology of an educational intervention on the margins of the school (Geneva, 1890-1970)
The aim of this article is to restore the stages which have contributed to the emergence of a profession dedicated to the education of children in difficulty (social, family, school) in the Swiss Roman framework, seeking to position it in relation to the educational offer of schools. The first step...
Welcoming parents on paediatric service
Parents are now considered an essential partner in hospital paediatric care. This has not always been the case. Children’s hospitals have been closed for a long time. Their continued presence with their children is a real paradigm shift, supported by the reflection of professionals — which does not...
Educate or eat? For a criticism of the ‘post-humanism’
'titrebated: ‘/titrebThe author intends to explore the narrow, often imperceptible, boundary between education (training/acquisition) and training, between release and enforcement — the circus of which is worrying. The ‘exercise’ gives him the opportunity of this ‘bifurcation’, as humanisation of th...
Decide “in full knowledge of the facts”? The difficult access to information for the parents of in-patient children
This text aims to propose a reflection on parents’ access to information at the hospital before the turning point of “health democracy” when a child falls ill, the decision to consult a doctor lies with his/her parents. At the hospital, volens nolens, parents must share a decision-making space with...
New fathers, violence and child custody
This article looks at how ‘new’ ideologies that consider all-powerful mothers and the law deny divorced fathers their rights vis-à-vis children, have overlooked the way in which ‘paternage’ has been reconstructed as a means of maintaining power over women and children in family relationships. While...
Well-being under a medical prescription. Hunger in a psychiatric hospital in Delhi
Vimhans, a private psychiatric hospital in Delhi, shows great concern about the well-being of his patients. Every effort is made to satisfy them and offer them careful and personalised care. The supply of care has increased considerably to include a full range of different therapies. Therapists’ spe...
Être présent auprès des absents : Repenser la relation de soin en établissement d’hébergement pour personnes âgées
International audience Being present near absentees. Rethinking caring relationship in nursing homes for dependent elderly peopleBased on ethnographic fieldwork undertaken into two long term care facilities for elderly people in France, this paper explores how the “feeling of absence” experienced by...
The analysis of professional practices at the University
This article sets out some key milestones in the introduction of clinical methods of psychanalytic inspiration at the University (Education Sciences). After making a brief historical reminder, limited to Paris and above all to Paris X-Nanterre, the author considers in particular the analysis of prac...
Malfunction of an air conditioning system: discussion on the basis of liability
In relation to construction damage, the definition in the case-law of the scope of statutory guarantees may sometimes be a side for discussion. This is evidenced by the solution given by the Lyon Court of Appeal on 26 March 2013: it disregards the ten-year guarantee in a situation where, however, it...
Facing the School: the oscillations of mothers of popular families
In the context of priority education, various projects aim to “bring” parents closer to the School. It is mainly mothers who, in the schools surveyed during this ethnographic work, are present, responding to the demands of teachers and following up their children. However, often busy daily lives and...
The surgeon’s tense
'! — 1881: ‘Resume’ --bSummary — The author proposes to distinguish, in any psychanalytic work, what constitutes ‘treatment’ and what is ‘care’, in varying proportions. That distinction, drawn up on the basis of a reading by Freud and Winnicott, makes it possible to discuss the relativity of the cho...