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Les sages-femmes face aux troubles du comportement alimentaire : quelles connaissances ? Quel dépistage ?

Abstract : Objectives. Eating disorders, anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa principally, are pathologies affecting mainly young women at a reproductive age. The midwife is, because of her various activities, at the center of woman's life and is facing this population. The objective of this paper is to evaluate if midwives have sufficient knowledge and training to be comfortable with the detection of these disorders in patients they meet. Methods. We conducted a descriptive study using an online questionnaire sent by email to midwives working in public and private middle of three departments (92, 95, 78). Results and conclusion. 83 correctly completed questionnaires were received. Data allow us to say that the midwives interviewed seem to have basic knowledge of TCA but underestimate it and have mostly not sufficient training to screen it in their patients. That's why they detect them partially and would like further training as an informative brochure.
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Joséphine Busson. Les sages-femmes face aux troubles du comportement alimentaire : quelles connaissances ? Quel dépistage ?. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2014. ⟨dumas-01025139⟩

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