Implications éthiques, pédagogiques sociopolitiques et anthropologiques de la prévention quaternaire

Translated title of the contribution: Ethical, pedagogical, socio-political and anthropological implications of quaternary prevention

M. Jamoulle, M. Roland, J. M. Bae, B. Heleno, G. Visentin, G. Gusso, M. Godycki-Cwirko, M. Pizzanelli, P. Ouvrard, R. La Vallev, F. Gomes, D. Widmer, J. Bernstein, M. Mariño, H. Lima Wagner, I. Rossi

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Abstract

The concept of quaternary prevention, resulting from a reflection on the doctor-patient relationship, is presented as a renewal of the ageold ethical requirement: first, a doctor must not harm; second, the doctor must control himself/herself. The origin of the concept, its endorsement by the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) and the European Union of General Practitioners (UEMO), its dissemination and the debates to which it has given rise, are presented by a panel of authors from 12 countries and 3 continents. This collective text deals more specifically with the ethics of prevention, the importance of teaching Quaternary prevention and Evidence Based Medicine, the social and political implications of the concept of quaternary prevention, and its anthropological dimensions.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)383-393
Number of pages11
JournalRevue medicale de Bruxelles
Volume39
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2018

Keywords

  • Evidencebased medicine
  • General practice
  • Quaternary prevention

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    Jamoulle, M., Roland, M., Bae, J. M., Heleno, B., Visentin, G., Gusso, G., ... Rossi, I. (2018). Implications éthiques, pédagogiques sociopolitiques et anthropologiques de la prévention quaternaire. Revue medicale de Bruxelles, 39(4), 383-393.