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Master Thesis

Le rôle du pharmacien d'officine face aux inégalités de santé dans les dépistages organisés des cancers

Abstract : Every year, 90000 people are affected by breast cancer or colorectal cancer in France. Accordingly, the French government implemented the organized screening of breast cancer in 2004 (for women between 50 and 74 years) and of colorectal cancer in 2008 (for men and women between 50 and 74 years). The turnout is far lower than expected by the relevant authorities. Moreover, health disparities are present both on a regional and socio-economic level. Evolution prospects have to be considered, involving new health factors. In this context, the pharmacist has a role to play. For patients, he is a health professional in whom they can trust and obtain information easily because of his proximity. This study, conducted in Grenoble and the local area, collected views of official teams about the role of the pharmacist in organized cancer screening and their expectations for a possible outcome. This study is also about patients' views regarding organized cancer screening and the role the pharmacist has in this area. Results were, in the first instance, compared to a similar study done in a rural area in 2008, and secondly, divided further into socio-economic levels of the studied areas, to evaluate the impact on the knowledge and participation in organized cancer screening.
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Coralie Martin. Le rôle du pharmacien d'officine face aux inégalités de santé dans les dépistages organisés des cancers. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2013. ⟨dumas-00927489⟩



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