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Quelles propositions de la littérature sont susceptibles d'aider le médecin à gérer la demande de soin de son proche ? Enquête auprès d'un groupe d'expert

Abstract : INTRODUCTION. Doctors deal with care seeking relatives and friends from the beginning of their medical studies. The literature provides advice and guidelines of reflection to help better manage this issue. The aim of this study is to obtain validation on these propositions from a group of experts. METHOD. We used the method DELPHI®, in order to obtain a consensus. We contacted experts on the issue, and asked them to grade the proposition extracted from the literature according to their relevance. We did two rounds of online questionnaires to get to a consensus and collect diverging views. RESULTS. Thirteen American and French experts answered. We obtained a consensus agreement on fifty propositions. The twenty-nine remaining were highly discussed, but not rejected. From the results, we created an educational material, which could be used in training sessions, particularly during residency. It needs an external validation. CONCLUSION. Each doctor dealing with this care seeking relatives or friends has his or her own response. This issue requires prior consideration and this work’s aim is to make it easier.
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Marion Dautel, Julie Jeanne. Quelles propositions de la littérature sont susceptibles d'aider le médecin à gérer la demande de soin de son proche ? Enquête auprès d'un groupe d'expert. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01244844⟩

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