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Le Laboratoire Éducations et Pratiques de Santé (LEPS EA 3412) (en)

Le Laboratoire Éducations et Pratiques de Santé (LEPS EA 3412), créé en 1977, aborde, à partir d'entrées spécifiques :

l'éducation et les pratiques de santé,
les problématiques systémiques de la maladie chronique,
les rôles et rapports des soignants et soignés,
des nouvelles pratiques de soins et de santé,

Le postulat sur lequel le laboratoire se fonde est que les politiques de santé, les systèmes de santé et de soins ne peuvent désormais fonctionner sans la participation active de leurs bénéficiaires (citoyenneté de santé) et que cette alliance passe par une éducation.

Le laboratoire s'intéresse particulièrement aux "éducations en santé", terme par lequel il désigne un continuum éducatif concernant différents niveaux de la prévention primaire, secondaire et tertiaire : éducation pour la santé, secourisme, éducation à porter soins et secours, éducation thérapeutique, continuum destiné à "produire" de la santé.

Directeur : Rémi Gagnayre   Directeur adjoint : Pierre Lombrail

Health Education and Practices Laboratory (LEPS EA 3412)

The Health Education and Practices Laboratory (LEPS EA 3412), created in 1977, uses specific points of entry to tackle:

health education and practices,
systemic issues in chronic disease,
the roles and relationships of caregivers and patients,
and new health and healthcare practices.

The Laboratory is based on the premise that health policies and health and healthcare systems can no longer function without the active participation of their beneficiaries (health citizenship), and that education is a necessary to that alliance.

The Laboratory is particularly interested in “education for health,” a term it uses to designate an educational continuum concerning different levels of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention: health education, first aid, education to bring care and aid, and therapeutic patient education. This continuum is intended to “produce” health.

Director : RémI Gagnayre   Assistant Director : Pierre Lombrail

Nursing Sciences Research Chair

Head : Madame Monique Rothan-Tondeur
Nursing Sciences research is essential to generating new knowledge, assessing existing practices and services, and providing evidence that can serve as a reference for training, practice, research and supervision in the healthcare field.

The Nursing Sciences Research Chair is intended not just to promote reflection (both epistemological and sociological) on nursing research, its context and its usefulness, but also – and especially – to conduct and capitalize on studies useful to populations and patients in the short and medium term. This means that the results they produce can be used by health professionals and patients and are innovative.

The primary focus of the research is to improve clinical, management and training practices. Particular attention is given to the connection with education for health.
Other important objectives are to promote the chair, open it up to society and develop scientific partnerships.

Department of Health Sciences Education

Created in 1976 through the efforts of Jean-François d’Ivernois and Pierre Cornillot, the DPSS is a community service of the Health, Medicine & Human Biology UFR dedicated to medical teaching.
Attached to the Health Education and Practices Laboratory (LEPS EA 3412), the DPSS has two main missions :

➢ To help define the UFR’s teaching policy:

  • for the simulation in healthcare center (tools and implementation)
  • based on digital technology by providing “post casts” of medical teaching content

➢ To provide educators with methodological advice on medical teaching

Team: Bertrand de Gayffier (multimedia software engineer); Pierre Mondor (multimedia technician); Cyril Crozet (Associate Professor, Education Sciences)

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