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Impact de la remise d'une information écrite au cours de la consultation en médecine de premier recours par le professionnel de santé sur les connaissances, attitudes et comportements des patients : une revue de littérature

Abstract : BACKGROUND : Communication determines the effectiveness of care in medicine. The PILs are experiencing significant development owing to their ease of use and low cost. OBJECTIVE : To evaluate the impact of the delivery of a PIL during the consultation on the knowledge, attitudes and behaviour of patients in primary care. METHODS : Review of the literature searching the major databases: MEDLINE, COCHRANE LIBRARY WEB OF SCIENCE, EMBASE. We included randomized controlled trials (RCTs), literature reviews and meta-analysis. RESULTS : 1114 publications (178 duplicates) were studied. After reading the titles, abstracts, methods and full texts, 14 articles were selected; divided into 10 RCTs, 3 literature reviews and 1 meta-analysis. Randomized controlled trials show an improvement, primarily in knowledge. It is less convincing for change in attitudes and behaviours. The impact varies depending on the field and pathologies as well as target populations. Literature reviews and meta-analysis confirm this. LIMITATIONS : This work presents some bias. For example, the databases have not been surveyed in natural language; or the inclusion of studies was approved in collective working meetings. CONCLUSIONS : FIPs are interesting tools, readily available and appreciated. High-quality relationship between GP and patients are needed to change attitudes or behaviours and written information would be a complement to it. New areas could be explored such as: assessment of the impact of integrating FIPs into the physicians' professional software on their methods and behaviours or seeking views from patients on this practice by a doing a qualitative study.
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Alix Isaac Mandil. Impact de la remise d'une information écrite au cours de la consultation en médecine de premier recours par le professionnel de santé sur les connaissances, attitudes et comportements des patients : une revue de littérature. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2014. ⟨dumas-01018055⟩

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