Les freins à la relation médecins généralistes-kinésithérapeutes : étude qualitative auprès de kinésithérapeutes

Abstract : Background : The profession of Physiotherapist (P) has been reconfigured a lot for the last twenty years to improve link with General Practitioner (GP). But this collaboration no remains optimal, sometimes with negative impact for patients.
Objective : To identify obstacles encountered by P in their cooperation with GP.
Method : Qualitative study semi headed interview of liberal P in Alpes Maritimes (06)
Results : Eight individual interviews have been achieved. Five obstacles at cooperation P-GP have been released by analysis : many times an inadequate or unjustified medical prescription, a lack of communication tools, a lack of structured professionnal net, a misunderstanding of physiotherapist’s practice by GP, a feeling of inferiority of P. Various leads to improvement could be developped like : a medical prescription focused more on patient’s personal medical project, a feedback by P about risk factors of passing through chronicity, secured electronic messaging developments. Share interprofessional learning program and develop shared projects could improve relationship and collaboration beetween those two professions.
Conclusions : The obstacles at collaboration P-GP are many and can be corrected . Improvement actions must definitively be carried out to strengthen interprofessional collaboration and therefore optimize quality of care for patients.
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Master Thesis
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Victoria Bouchoou. Les freins à la relation médecins généralistes-kinésithérapeutes : étude qualitative auprès de kinésithérapeutes. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01925765⟩



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