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Impact de la maîtrise de stage universitaire sur l’utilisation des échelles d’auto-évaluation de la douleur nociceptive des patients communicants en médecine générale

Abstract : Background and objective: pain is a major public health problem. To assess it properly, HAS recommends using self-rate pain scales (NRS, VRS, VAS) when it’s possible. However, they are scarcely used in general practice. But, be a general practioner (GP) training supervisor induce changes in some medical practices. The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of the GP trainee supervision on the self-assessment scale’s use. Method: quantitative observational study perfomed thanks data collected by questionnaire delivered to physicians by CDOMs. The population was the GPS, training supervisors or not, based in France. Main objective: rate of self-assessment scales’s use in GPs and GPs training supervisors. Second objectives: highlight the interests and limits of the self-rated pain scales in general practice, determinate the reasons to using it for the GPs supervisors ad the effect of the continuing medical formation. Results: 159 physicians responded: 75 GPs supervisors et 84 non-supervisor GPs. The use of self-assessment pain scales was higher for GPs supervisors (80% vs 64.3%, p=0,028). The interests and limits are the same in the two groups. The main reasons for their use for GPs supervisors are : transmit a methodology and simplify the files’s follow-up for the trainees. No impact of the continuing medical formation. Conclusion: GPs supervisors use self-rated pain scales more than non-supervisors GPs regardeless of age, gender and student category.
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Émilie Mignon. Impact de la maîtrise de stage universitaire sur l’utilisation des échelles d’auto-évaluation de la douleur nociceptive des patients communicants en médecine générale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03474514⟩

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