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Évaluation et impact d’un programme d’Activité Physique, Santé et Bien-Être (APSBE) réalisé au centre de santé du CREPS Antilles-Guyane sur une population guadeloupéenne présentant des maladies chroniques. Étude qualitative et quantitative

Abstract : Introduction: The program for physical activity, health and well-being (APSBE) was organized at the center of health of the CREPS (Regional center for physical education) in 2015. The purpose of accompanying patients affected by chronic pathologies via a multidisciplinary course in the form of adapted physical activity. The objective of this study was to estimate levels of physical activity of all participants and to make a census on their different motives. This method allowed me to draw up subscriber profiles in order to recommend needed improvements to the program. Methods: This study is based on an observational qualitative and quantitative survey, led on a sample of 141 patients affected by chronic pathologies who registered in the program between 2016 and 2017. It also included ten participants seen through real time interviews. The data collection was carried out by telephone interviews and rendezvous meetings in order to communicate directly with participants in the form of person-to-person exchanges. The questionnaire touched on subjects such as the patient’s experience with the program, their activity levels and physical aptitude profiling. Results: As a consequence of this study, it was found that this program interested mainly active women averaging 45 years of age, presenting low levels of activity and clear signs of obesity. Among the participants who followed up with scheduling, 24 % improved their levels of physical activity. Globally, all members expressed satisfaction with the framework put in place by the physical educators and appreciated the mental and physical benefits of group practice. In all, 42 % of subscribers stopped their follow-up mainly in periods during which they had to be most autonomous. The main reasons evoked were related the expensive registration fees and the lack of time. Conclusion: The APSBE program is a promising initiative for the practice of adapted physical activity with in the framework of specialized courses for patients affected by chronic diseases. How ever this program is in its early stages and improvements are needed if it wants to stand the test of time and guarantee better accessibility for its members. These ameliorations should include pricere evaluations for cheaper registration fees, a better follow up in periods during which participants are asked to be more autonomous and a widening of overall general activities proposed by the center via its educators.
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Laurence Maledon. Évaluation et impact d’un programme d’Activité Physique, Santé et Bien-Être (APSBE) réalisé au centre de santé du CREPS Antilles-Guyane sur une population guadeloupéenne présentant des maladies chroniques. Étude qualitative et quantitative. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-02460138⟩

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