Sciences sociales et santé publique : vers une sociologie de la e-santé mentale

Abstract : ln psychiatry and mental health, the uses of e-health question research and how to develop interdisciplinary work beth in the field of individual uses for patients (users) and in the scientific and professional uses of smartphone applications and connected objects. ln connection with the development of artificial intelligence, this program seeks to coordinate the actors, institutions and work organizations involved in research without a disciplinary hierarchy: health, psychiatry, social sciences, technical and computer sciences, legal sciences ... The overail goal of the research project is to develop a sociology of e-health that produces a science that can help describe and guide the social uses of e-health in this area. Producing concepts, theories, methods and analytical tools is useful to determine the scientific scientific economie causes that positively accelerate the evolution of e-mental health. The research program consists of mobilizing young PhD students in a group of international experts around questions about the different dimensions of e-mental health.The program is structured into six sub-domains that group together the three systemic levels according to Urie Bronfenbrenner's social ecological model. (1979).
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Laurence Fond-Harmant. Sciences sociales et santé publique : vers une sociologie de la e-santé mentale. Santé publique et épidémiologie. Université de Lorraine, 2018. ⟨tel-01982245⟩

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