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Master Thesis

Évaluation d’un outil d’information sur l’information préoccupante et le signalement pour les médecins généralistes du Calvados

Abstract : Introduction: The collect of abused child’s reports shows that most of it comes from national education, 119 or the court and not from the medical community where it represents only 1 to 5%. Objective: In this study, we sought to create and evaluate a simple information tool adapted to the department, thus hoping to facilitate and improve the management of child abuse by general practitioners in Calvados. Matérials and methods: Prospective evaluative epidemiological before-after study using questionnaires anonymously matched on the Limesurvey® platform. The questionnaires were sent by URML to general practitioners in Calvados. The main judgment criterion used was the total score of each general practitionner to each questionnaire, before (Q1) and after (Q2) receivind the tool, noted out of 60. The median of the scores were compared. Fisher's exact test and Mac Nemar test were used to compare qualitative variables. Wilcoxon's signed rank test for paired samples was used to compare quantitative data. Data were presented as medians and interquartile ranges as well as percentages. The tests were two-tailed with a risk of type 1 error "p" of 5% and a confidence interval (CI) of 95%. Results: The information tool evaluated in our study was found to be effective with a significant increase in the medians of 10 points. Indeed, the median of the scores went from 45 out of 60 before reading the information tool, to 55 out of 60 after reading the tool (p <0.001). Conclusion: We can think that the distribution of our information tool by the Calvados Departmental Council to general practitioners would be worthy of interest. The tool could also be distributed to other Normandy departments.
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Ludmila Cousseau. Évaluation d’un outil d’information sur l’information préoccupante et le signalement pour les médecins généralistes du Calvados. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03561962⟩



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