ssrh_marseille_octobre2017_En_1.jpg

Programme

Thursday 12 october 2017

 

8h30 – WELCOME TO PARTICIPANTS

9h00 - 9h20 – INTRODUCTION

Valérie Depraetère-Ferrier (SIRIC), Roch Giorgi (AMU-SESSTIM), Julien Mancini (AMU-SESSTIM), Pascale Bourret (AMU-SESSTIM)

SESSION 1 – RESEARCHES ON HEALTH COMMUNICATION: TRANSLATION TO CLINICAL PRACTICE 

Discussants: Roch Giorgi (AMU-SESSTIM), Marie Bannier (Institut Paoli-Calmettes)

9h20 - 11h50 – Keynote Speakers

  • Kirsten Mc Caffery (University of Sydney, Australia)

Achieving Shared Decision Making for all: how well are we doing and how can social science research help us do better?

  • Glyn Elwyn & Marie-Anne Durand (The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, United-States)

The huge potential of shared decision making, if done exceptionally well

  • Nora Moumjid (Université Claude Bernard, France)

How shared decision-making is evolving in France and where we can be?

10h50 - 11h20 – COFFEE BREAK

11h20 - 12h20 – Selected presentations

  • Aurore Pélissier et al. (Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France)

Next-generation sequencing in clinical practice: from the patients' preferences to the informed consent process

  • Ariane Plaisance et al. (Université Laval et Centre de recherche de l'Hôtel Dieu de Lévis, Canada)

Evaluation of a context-adapted decision aid supporting critically ill patients' decisions about life-sustaining therapies: a pilot project

  • Marie-Anne Durand et al. (The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, United-States)

Comparative effectiveness of encounter decision aids for early stage breast cancer surgery across socioeconomic strata: study protocol

12h20-13h30BUFFET

SESSION 2 – COLLECTING PSYCHOSOCIAL OUTCOMES, INTERVENTIONAL RESEARCH: IMPACT ON MEDICAL PRACTICES AND SOCIAL POLICIES

Discussants:Anne Gaëlle Le Coroller-Soriano (INSERM, SESSTIM), Olivier Chinot (AMU, AP-HM)

13h30-15h00Keynote Speakers

  • Sandrine Halfen (INCa, France)

Acting on cancer and its determinants through evidence-based data: from basic research to interventional research in human and social sciences

  • Eveline Bleiker (The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Netherlands)

How to identify psychosocial problems encountered by patients undergoing genetic testing? The development and use of a PROM in genetic counselling for cancer

  • Julien Mancini (Aix-Marseille Université, SESSTIM, France)

How to improve patient’s information? Methodological challenges to reconcile research and action

15h00 - 15h30COFFEE BREAK

15h30 - 16h10 – Selected presentations

  • Margareth Zanchetta et al. (Ryerson University, Canada) 

French media and ideas about prostate cancer: Insights for public education

  • Pierre Gagnon, Francois Tardif et al. (Université Laval, Canada)

Challenges in the development, implementation, and diffusion of a delirium screening tool in health services: The story of the NU-DESC

16h15 - 17h00

ROUND TABLE – PATIENTS ASSOCIATIONS AND SSH RESEARC: FOSTERING RELATIONSHIPS

Présidée par Dominique David (Association ARTC),

Participants : Eve Bureau (Anthropologue, SESSTIM), Jean-François Moulin (Oncologue, IPC), Patients’ committee of IPC

The round table will be in French

20h – CONFERENCE DINER

Booking mandatory, price: 40€

Restaurant: Albertine Passedat

Les Docks Village, entrée D

10, place de la Joliette

13002 Marseille

Booking: http://www.comnyou.net/en/module/evenements/inscription/shs-2017-74

 

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Friday 13 october 2017

 

SESSION 3 – RESEARCHES IN MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY: IMPLEMENTATION AND IMPACT OF MEDICAL INNOVATIONS

Discussants: Alberto Cambrosio (Mc Gill University), Anthony Gonçalves (AMU, IPC) 

9h30-11h00 – Keynote Speakers

  • Teun Zuiderent-Jerak (Linköping University, Sweden)

Situated Intervention: Experiments with Standardization for Patient-Centered Care

  • Anne Kerr et al.,  (University of Leeds, United Kingdom)

Investing in the future: Making genomic medicine work in cancer care

  • Patrick Castel (Sciences Po, CSO, France) & Pascale Bourret (Aix-Marseille Université, SESSTIM, France)

Organizing for innovation: exploring translational research in the making

11h00 - 11h30 – COFFEE BREAK

11h30-12h30 – Selected presentations

  • Philippe Gorry et al.,  (Université de Bordeaux, France)

Social Recognition of a Medical Innovation: the Case of Interventional Radiology in Oncology

  • Nils Graber (CERMES3, EHESS, France) & Geidy Lorenzo Monteagudo (Center of Molecular Immunology, Cuba)

CancerImmunotherapy and Family Medicine: Organizational and Professional Transformations in the Translation of Oncology Innovation within Primary Healthcare in Cuba

  •  Philippe Terral (Université Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier, France)  

Coordinating the expertise of social scientists, health professionals and patients in interventional cancer research: The issue of relationship fluidity and the extension of socio-technical networks

12h20-13h30BUFFET

SESSION 4 – RESEARCHES IN MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: HOW IDENTIFYING THE LOGICS BEHIND PATIENTS AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS’ BEHAVIOURS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO MEDICAL PRACTICES

Discussants: Sylvie Fainzang (INSERM, Cermè3), Thérèse Aurran-Schleinitz (IPC)

13h30-15h00Keynote Speakers

  • Rose-Anna Foley (Haute Ecole de Santé Vaud, Switzerland)

Elderly patients treated with chemotherapy: how the person’s “rocky path” can be of use to medical end of life practice

  • Aline Sarradon-Eck (SESSTIM, France)

An anthropological approach of Tamoxifen: what conclusions for medical practice?

14h30-15h20 Selected presentations

  • Barbara Morsello (University of Roma Tre, Italy)

The light beyond biology. Sociological perspectives on breast cancer

  • Cinzia Greco (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)  

Breast cancer in time. What a medical anthropological analysis can show about the uses of chronicity in early stage and metastatic breast cancer

15h20-15h30 – COFFEE BREAK

15h30-16h00 – CONCLUSION

Dominique Maraninchi (AMU, IPC)

PROGRAM

Online user: 1