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Prise en compte des troubles du sommeil pendant la grossesse par les professionnels de périnatalité de Haute-Savoie : une étude déclarative

Abstract : Objectives. Assessing the proportion of perinatal health professionals addressing sleep disorders during prenatal consultations. Understanding factors hindering or fostering their approach. Material and methods. From March to May 2019 obstetrician-gynaecologists, midwives and general practitioners in Haute-Savoie were invited to answer a questionnaire send by email in a cross-sectional survey-based study. The study mainly focused on whether and how practitioners addressed the issue of sleep with their pregnant patients during consultations. Data were gathered through self-assessment. Results. Out of 80 health professionals surveyed, 51 (64%) said they “systematically” or “often” addressed sleep disorders during consultations. Although 40 (50%) of the surveyed declared feeling helpless and 60 (75%) considered their knowledge insufficient, 76 (95%) performed at least satisfactorily in the knowledge test. Conclusion. Contrary to the initial hypothesis a majority of health professionals conduct sleep disorders screenings and have knowledge about the issue.
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Camille Peterlongo. Prise en compte des troubles du sommeil pendant la grossesse par les professionnels de périnatalité de Haute-Savoie : une étude déclarative. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2019. ⟨dumas-02287747⟩

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