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Facteurs associés à la prescription de benzodiazépines à visée anxiolytique : étude qualitative auprès de médecins généralistes d'Ille et Vilaine

Abstract : Benzodiazepines (BZD) are too much prescribed in France, despite the diffusion of several guidelines to limit prescription. Up to 80% are prescribed by general practitioners. This study tries to identify factors associated with BZD prescription in general practice for anxiolytic use. Thirteen practitioners answered to a semi-directed interview between May and November 2019. Most of them wants a limited prescription of BZD and knows recommendations. All prefer using ALPRAZOLAM, the prescription is not always founded on a psychiatric diagnostic. Most of them have difficulties with this prescription. A majority don’t observe as many side effects as they know, and find recommendation hard to attach. Most of impediment to stop BZD seems to be linked to the patient, particularly due to their opposition to stop. This heterogenous practices express that recommendation are unclear for anxiety treatment. The position of general practitioner, facing complexes situations, stimulate him to adapt the recommendation case-by-case.
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Marianne Goyat. Facteurs associés à la prescription de benzodiazépines à visée anxiolytique : étude qualitative auprès de médecins généralistes d'Ille et Vilaine. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03239422⟩

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