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La professionnalisation des relations de 'care' : le cas du métier de référent de parcours de santé à l'Association Française contre les Myopathies

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  • Kévin André

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    (ESSEC Business School - ESSEC Business School)

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    Si les relations de care émergent généralement de manière spontanée dans le contexte domestique (Noddings, 1984), certains auteurs plaident pour la reconnaissance de leur rôle en dehors de la sphère privée (Tronto, 2009), notamment dans le contexte de la prise en charge des personnes en situation de dépendance (Winnicott, 1970). Nous nous appuyons sur une recherche menée au sein de l'Association Française contre les Myopathies (AFM) pour montrer en quoi les " référents de parcours de santé " de l'AFM peuvent être qualifiés de professionnels du care. Nous discutons des conditions qui ont permis cette professionnalisation du care et des implications pour une meilleure intégration des soins.

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    Date of creation: Mar 2014
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    Keywords: éthique du care; intégration des systèmes de soin; professionnalisation; dépendance; gestion de cas;

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    1. Sheldene Simola, 2007. "The Pragmatics of Care in Sustainable Global Enterprise," Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, vol. 74(2), pages 131-147, August.
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