The Treatment of Addictions in the Course of Care in Oncology: an Inventory of Fixtures Among Paramedical Professionals (PREFACE)

I

Institut de Cancérologie de la Loire

Status

Completed

Conditions

Paramedical Professional

Treatments

Other: Semi directive interview

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT03706937
2018-1001

Details and patient eligibility

About

Nowadays, guidance is given on the implementation of innovative approaches to promote autonomy and user participation through strategies designed to strengthen the patient's empowerment. [SNS 2018-2022, Ministère des Solidarités et de la Santé] The 2014-2019 Cancer Plan calls for the systematic support of smokers during smoking cessation. This means that health workers need to be trained to help with smoking cessation, as well as the motivational attitude that reinforces the patient's smoker's self-esteem as well as his desire to off-load this addiction. [Perriot, Underner, Peiffer, Dautzenberg, 2018] It is recommended that these interventions be included from the beginning of the management, once the diagnosis of Cancer is made. It seems legitimate then to wonder about the place of choice the Motivational Interview (EM) could have in the course of cancer care, for the management of addictions during the treatment of cancer. We therefore wish to carry out descriptive qualitative research in the Lucien Neuwirth Oncology Institute in order to try to define the management of addictions in the oncology care course. Thus, an approach in terms of social representations among paramedical professional actors involved in the care of patients treated for cancer and with an unresolved addictive disorder sounds the best way for this research.

Full description

Nowadays, guidance is given on the implementation of innovative approaches to promote autonomy and user participation through strategies designed to strengthen the patient's empowerment. [SNS 2018-2022, Ministère des Solidarités et de la Santé] The 2014-2019 Cancer Plan calls for the systematic support of smokers during smoking cessation. This means that health workers need to be trained to help with smoking cessation, as well as the motivational attitude that reinforces the patient's smoker's self-esteem as well as his desire to off-load this addiction. [Perriot, Underner, Peiffer, Dautzenberg, 2018] It is recommended that these interventions be included from the beginning of the management, once the diagnosis of Cancer is made. It seems legitimate then to wonder about the place of choice the Motivational Interview (EM) could have in the course of cancer care, for the management of addictions during the treatment of cancer. We therefore wish to carry out descriptive qualitative research in the Lucien Neuwirth Oncology Institute in order to try to define the management of addictions in the oncology care course. Thus, an approach in terms of social representations among paramedical professional actors involved in the care of patients treated for cancer and with an unresolved addictive disorder sounds the best way for this research.

Enrollment

15 patients

Sex

All

Ages

18+ years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

- voluntary participation of health professionals in the Lucien Neuwirth Cancer Institute

Exclusion criteria

- refusal to participate

Trial design

15 participants in 1 patient group

Paramedical professionals
Description:
Paramedical professionals of the Lucien Neuwirth Cancer Institute
Treatment:
Other: Semi directive interview

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