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La santé environnementale en santé reproductive : quel rôle pour les professionnels de santé ?

Abstract : Introduction: In 2005, the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics recommanded for preventive measures to protect individuals of childbearing age and for pregnant women against chemicals and toxics. It advocated the integration of environmental health in care pathway. The role of health professionals has been highlighted, but what is the real possible role of them in this new public health issue? Objectives: Identify the obstacles and levers to the promotion of environmental health among patients with fertility disorders and among pregnant women by health professionals. Method: A qualitative survey was conducted in the form of semi-structured interviews with 9 health professionals. 6 of them worked in a medically assisted procreation center in Occitanie. And 3 other health professionals worked with pregnant women, 2 in a hospital in Occitanie and one in liberal activity in the Toulouse suburbs. Results: The results of the survey highlighted the representations of the environment of health professionals, the resources on which they can rely as well as the obstacles to which solutions must be sought. Discussion: Recommendations and certain avenues for reflection have been developed to promote environmental health, according to the five axes of the Ottawa Charter.
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Aurélie Combes. La santé environnementale en santé reproductive : quel rôle pour les professionnels de santé ?. Santé publique et épidémiologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03516801⟩



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