Assisted jobs "jeopardizes

Assisted jobs “jeopardizes all a work of innovation” in health

By Dr. Mathilde Andlauer, Maxime Catrice, Laurenne Lhuillier, Didier Ménard, Anne-Gaëlle Provost, Adele Salaun (Saint-Denis), Catherine Jung (Strasbourg), Mayor-Ange Lecomte (the  Le Mans), Jessica Guibert (Los Angeles), Jean-Louis Correia (Chambéry), Mady dear (Paris 20th), Dominique Lagabrielle (Saint-Martin-to Heres) Tribune

Financing of the social security Bill proposes to act in its chapter III for ‘Prevention and development of innovation for more relevant care’ (see PDF link). It’s been years that health professionals who work in the breast of the working-class agree to make more relevant care. To do this, they innovate, experiment, and adjust to the quotidien. Comment could they do otherwise? In these neighborhoods, the social realities of our patients force us to associate with the traditional Act of care another dimension which is the feasibility of the therapeutic project.

To be consistent in our professional practices, we have associated the care tools access to rights, mediation in health, parenting, citizenship, democracy in health, the artistic dimension and of the cultural diversity. In order to carry out these actions we have innovated by creating within our structures of new occupations, such as those of mediation in health, the waiting room animation or animation in community health.

Perhaps more than elsewhere, we also gave to home as a place of choice and trained in this sense professionals in contact with the public. Role of mediation in Santeces new professions have become essential so that our actions are consistent with the needs of the population of our neighborhoods. These are jobs helped devices that enabled us to recruit on. ..

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