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Master Thesis

Grossesse et addictions : une prise en charge complexe

Abstract : The use of psychoactive substances during pregnancy is a public health issue. Often considered as a taboo subject, many health professionals prefer to don’t talk about it during medical consultations. However, suggesting to pregnant women that their consumption is harmless might be regarded as a professional mistake. Care and prevention are all the more important because it affects two generations. Considering this, the monitoring has to be global with medical, psychological and social care. In this context of multidisciplinary interventions, the pharmacist has a special position thanks to his accessibility to patients and his new missions assigned in 2009 by the French law “Hospital, Patients, Health and Territories”. As he can be a consultant for the patient, the pharmacist has a key role by passing the information to all professions involved.
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Cyrielle Léveillé. Grossesse et addictions : une prise en charge complexe. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03455498⟩



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