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Évaluation de l’impact de formations à la relation soignant-soigné sur les compétences relationnelles d’étudiants en médecine lors de consultations médicales simulées

Abstract : In medicine, the patient-centered approach is based on relational skills, which have an impact on health professionals' interpersonal relationships and the quality of care. Training is beginning to be provided by universities for their apprenticeship. Our main objective was therefore to measure the impact that this training in the caregiver-patient relationship can have on interpersonal skills among medical students during simulated filmed consultations. The secondary objectives were to compare the effectiveness of the different types of training, as well as to evaluate the link between the students' interpersonal skills and their psychosocial risks. The analysis of the primary endpoint (i.e. the synthetic score of the 4-HCS scale out of 115 points) showed a difference of 5 points between the population of students who had attended at least one training course and those who did not have (p= 0.001). This difference was even more marked when the students had completed several trainings, up to 14 points higher with 3 trainings (p= 0.001), each with positive results in different areas of the care relationship. Despite the average and low levels of anxiety found in our population, training in the caregiver-patient relationship has a positive but not significant effect on students' anxiety (p=0.559) and on their professional accomplishment (p=0.942). Caregiver-patient relationship training currently provided in initial training appears to be effective in improving interpersonal skills. A repetition of this training is necessary to increase their impact and additional efforts remain indispensable in the prevention of psychosocial risks and their consequences. The pedagogical, academic and societal interest in interpersonal skills leads to further questioning of its teaching and emotional intelligence seems to show a particular interest in this context.
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Lucie Bosméan. Évaluation de l’impact de formations à la relation soignant-soigné sur les compétences relationnelles d’étudiants en médecine lors de consultations médicales simulées. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02971684⟩

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