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Diagnostic participatif de Thionville : de l'élaboration à l'identification des priorités

Abstract : Aware of the lack of consideration of health policy in the city, the CCAS of Thionville undertook the implementation of a participatory local diagnosis before starting a project's overall health. The objectives of this were to increase knowledge on the health of residents, identify their needs and expectations and initiate the participation of all local stakeholders (professionals, associations, institutions and residents). The first step has established a complete inventory of the health of Thionville.Then, from the perspective of a real project ownership by local stakeholders, participatory survey has, through semi-structured interviews, to identify needs in the field. In addition, a common dynamic has created real, essential to the success of the project and for determining the next steps (choice of priorities and programming).
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Arielle Bernard. Diagnostic participatif de Thionville : de l'élaboration à l'identification des priorités. Santé publique et épidémiologie. 2011. ⟨hal-01877576⟩



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