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Master Thesis

Les caractéristiques intrinsèques des citoyens accompagnants limitant leur participation à l'étude SPICES dans le Pays COB : une étude qualitative

Abstract : The SPICES project is the establishment of a non-drug prevention program for CVD, targeting vulnerable populations. It integrates six research teams in five different countries. In France, the COB country was chosen. It aims to fight against medical desertification by training their community in prevention. They are called accompanying citizens. This work explored the intrinsic characteristics facilitating the participation of accompanying citizens in the SPICES study in the COB country. Method : a qualitative study by semi-structured individual interviews was carried out until the theoretical saturation of the data. The sampling criteria were age, sex, municipality, profession, electoral or association involvement and the presence or absence of cardiovascular risk factors. A thematic analysis with double-blind coding was carried out. Results : thirteen interviews were carried out. The interview guide has been revised three times. The theoretical saturation of the data was obtained in the twelfth interview and confirmed in the thirteenth. 44 axial codes were obtained. 8 facilitating factors were listed: personal benefit, commitment, group experience, attachment to one's territory, interest in prevention, profession, personality and experience. Conclusion : knowing these facilitating factors will allow better targeting of citizens ready to promote health prevention in desertified areas. It will be necessary to assess whether accompanying citizens with such a profile allow people at moderate cardiovascular risk to modify their risk in the long term thanks to group support based on behavior change theories. The main methodological strength of the study was the double-blind coding allowing data triangulation. The health crisis linked to COVID 19 has led to a change in method.
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Laëtitia Martin. Les caractéristiques intrinsèques des citoyens accompagnants limitant leur participation à l'étude SPICES dans le Pays COB : une étude qualitative. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03542427⟩



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