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Étude et Analyse des besoins pour l'élaboration d'un outil de Suivi et d'Information après un AVC‎ : ASI-AVC - Volet Médecins

Abstract : Background : The number of Stroke patients is increasing. According to the studies, secondary prevention in this pathology remains sub-optimal. The aim of this study is to identify the difficulties that the general practitioners can meet in Stroke patients' follow-up and collect their opinion on the interest of an educational tool. Methods : Twenty semi-strutured individuals interviews were realized with general practitioners practicing in the town from Grenoble. Results : The doctors estimated to have a good knowledge of guidelines on this subject. They attributed barriers to adherence of the lifestyle measures by patients, source of frustration and resignation. Others barriers were mentioned on the therapeutic education of the patient. Few general practitioners evoked the neuro-psychological troubles in this care, which could be responsable for bad relationship with their patients. In the coordination of the care, difficulties of communication with the specialist neurologist were found. Conclusions : We showed that an educational tool is interesting if it is intented for Stroke patients. To delegate the work thanks to educational missions in this domain is also a solution to improve the practices.
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Julie Broussard. Étude et Analyse des besoins pour l'élaboration d'un outil de Suivi et d'Information après un AVC‎ : ASI-AVC - Volet Médecins. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2011. ⟨dumas-00648709⟩

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