La "bientraitance", exploration du concept et essai d'utilisation en santé publique: une expérience à Fribourg (Suisse). ["Bientraitance": conceptual exploration and an example of its application in public health: an experience from Fribourg, Switzerland]

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serval:BIB_D909F5CC622F
Type
Article: article from journal or magazin.
Collection
Publications
Title
La "bientraitance", exploration du concept et essai d'utilisation en santé publique: une expérience à Fribourg (Suisse). ["Bientraitance": conceptual exploration and an example of its application in public health: an experience from Fribourg, Switzerland]
Journal
Santé publique
Author(s)
Graz Bertrand, Plancherel Fabienne, Gervasoni Jean-Pierre, Hofner Marie-Claude
ISSN
0995-3914
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2009
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
21
Number
1
Pages
89-99
Language
french
Notes
http://www.cairn.info/revue-sante-publique-2009-1-p-89.htm
Abstract
Since the year 2000, the concept of "bientraitance" (for which no equivalent term has yet emerged in either the English or German language) has gained widespread credence among educators, sociologists and health professionals in France and Belgium. This concept emphasizes a constructive approach to care and education rather than merely one of prevention of disasters. Applied in public health, and in particular to mental health promotion, the use of the concept of "bientraitance" can help promote both effectiveness and meaning in the design and planning of community interventions. The article presents an example of an intervention for children and adolescents in Fribourg, Switzerland. The underpinning hypothesis is that the children and youth groups (such as sports clubs, artistic and cultural associations, scouts and guides) represent largely untapped, or under-tapped, informal health resources with a favourable cost-effectiveness profile. "Bientraitance" criteria are used in selecting certain associations offering structured extracurricular group educational activities and collective out-of-school (or after school) programmes. Support is provided to the organisations selected for recruiting new members, in particular those with potentially lower levels of access, for example disabled children or new migrants. The results will be evaluated for the impact of participation in various out-of-school activities on health and health determinants from a prospective and comparative perspective. This paper shows how the concept of "bientraitance" can be useful in the development of a public health intervention.
Keywords
Adolescent, Child, Health Education, Health Promotion/methods, Humans, Public Health, Switzerland
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Web of science
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04/08/2009 16:37
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20/08/2019 16:58
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