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La 48éme Semaine Médicale de Lorraine et la vaccination en 2013 L’impact des deux séances thématiques proposées aux professionnels de santé sur l’assimilation des nouvelles recommandations vaccinales

Abstract : The vaccination immunizes and thus helps fighting against infectious diseases. The French immunization schedule has been simplified in 2013. This new schedule has been introduced to the Health Professionals during the Medical Week organized in Lorraine through a Continuous Professional Development training session about the new vaccination recommendations. The main objective of our work was to assess how this training helped the attendees to assimilate the new immunization schedule. In a first part, we remind the main concepts about vaccination and present the new training method used to teach the French Health Professionals which is the Continuous Professional Development method. Then, in a second part, we describe the analysis and the method we applied to perform our study. We distributed two questionnaires to the 75 attendees: a first one before the training and a second one, sent three weeks later. 51 over the 75 attendees agreed to participate to our study. First of all, we have analyzed the answers of each test and secondly, we have grouped issues dealing with the same topics in each of the two questionnaires to perform our statistical calculation. The result of our statistical work highlighted a statistically significant improvement in the professionals’ knowledge thanks to the training. However, according to the results, we can think that this positive impact could have been better if the sample size was larger. These positive results are applicable to each professional regardless of their category but appear better for non-General Practitioners (GPs) for whom the knowledge about vaccination before the training was less accurate than the one of GPs. It appears that 71% of the participants to the survey has been more interested in their patients vaccination afterwards, 71% thinks that the training was useful and 65% keeps a positive impact three weeks later. According to the results, we can conclude that such training is necessary to maintain the knowledge of Health professionals
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Jessica Motsch. La 48éme Semaine Médicale de Lorraine et la vaccination en 2013 L’impact des deux séances thématiques proposées aux professionnels de santé sur l’assimilation des nouvelles recommandations vaccinales. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2014. ⟨hal-01733087⟩

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