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La visite de non-contre-indication à la pratique du trail en médecine générale : état des lieux des difficultés rencontrées par les médecins généralistes de l’île de La Réunion

Abstract : Background: Trail running is a recent discipline which has boomed in popularity in the world and in Reunion Island. Its practice in a club or in competition necessitates a certificate of no medical contraindication to trail, mainly issued by the general practitioner (GP) during no-contraindication visits. Few studies in the scientific literature assess the lived experience of GPs when performing no-contraindication. Main Objective: Evaluate the potential difficulties encountered by GPs during no-contraindication visits for the practice of trail running. Method: A descriptive, cross-sectional observational study was carried out using a dematerialized questionnaire. The population of the study was made up of GPs in private practices on Reunion Island. The questionnaire assessed the difficulties encountered on the various themes addressed during these visits, relying on a 4-point Lickert scale. Results: A total of 96 GPs were included. They often or always encountered difficulties during the no-contraindication visit mainly for cardiovascular (20.4 %), digestive (18 %), therapeutic and doping (18 %) and locomotor (13 %) themes. GPs trained in sports medicine reported fewer difficulties than others concerning the cardiovascular theme (p = 0.0074). 81 % of GPs questioned declared themselves rather dissatisfied or not at all satisfied regarding the training in sports medicine. In addition, 78 % would like additional training in sports medicine in Reunion Island. Conclusion: GPs encountered difficulties when carrying out the no-contraindication visit for the practice of trail running. Given their demands for training and the difficulties encountered, it seems relevant to create consensual supports and to develop GPs’ training.
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Mélanie Brenot, Damien Collineau. La visite de non-contre-indication à la pratique du trail en médecine générale : état des lieux des difficultés rencontrées par les médecins généralistes de l’île de La Réunion. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03265611⟩

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