Interviews - Laurent Misery


France

ABOUT YOUR OWN STRUCTURE :



  1. Puce First of all, do you have an individual and/or collective approach ?

We actually have both.


    Individual ;


  1. Puce How many children have today integrated the patient education programme in your department ?

About 50 children


  1. Puce Can you describe how an initial interview takes place ?

The first interview is dedicated to an educational diagnosis in the presence of a dermatologist and a nurse.


  1. Puce Who conducts the interview (doctors, nurses, psychologists..) ?

A dermatologist.


  1. Puce How long does it last ?

Around 90min.


  1. Puce What type of objectives are set during the initial interview ?

To evaluate the patient’s knowledge of their disease. To understand their questions and fears.


  1. Puce Do you use educational support tools and, if yes, what type of tools are used with the patient ?

Yes, we use drawings, tables, games, etc…


  1. Puce How do you use these tools ?

They are Interactive.


  1. Puce Is there a follow-up? If so, how is the follow-up organised, and who conducts it ?

A follow-up is carried out by a nurse.


  1. Puce How is the patient’s progress evaluated ?

Using the same questionnaire we used for the educational diagnosis.


  1. Puce How many members of staff participate in this programme and what training, if any, do they receive ?

A dermatologist (Dr Dupré-Goetghebeur), two nurses (Annie Guegen and Claudie Geoffard) underwent a training course given by the university and a specialized institute.


  1. Puce Do private dermatologists participate in the atopic school ?

Dr Dupré-Goetghebeur had both a private and hospital practice.


  1. Puce How is the link established between the atopic school and the dermatologists and paediatricians in private practice ?

Some letters are sent to private dermatologists to inform them of the programme and there are also sessions of CME.


  1. Puce Is your atopic school attached to a network of care givers (pharmacists, nurses, state medical programs…) ?

No


  1. Puce How is your atopic school funded ?

University hospital and private companies fund the programme.


Collective ;


  1. Puce How many children have today integrated the patient education programme in your department ?

Around 20 children.


  1. Puce How many participants are there in the collective workshops and who are they (children, parents, other adults…) ?

About 5 children per workshop.


  1. Puce Who are the educational staff for this programme (doctors, nurses, psychologists..) ?

There is a doctor, 2 nurses, a psychologist (Sabine Dutray).


  1. Puce How many members of staff participate in this programme and what training, if any, do they receive ?

See above


  1. Puce What are the principal aims of these workshops ?

Therapeutic education and the understanding of underlying psychological problems.


  1. Puce Do you use educational support tools and if so can you describe them ?

We mainly use games with the making of representative dolls.


  1. Puce Do private dermatologists participate in the atopic school ?

The participation of a private dermatologist is scheduled (Dr Martine Schollhammer).


  1. Puce How is the link established between the atopic school and the dermatologists and paediatricians in private practice ?

See above


  1. Puce Do you have contact with other patient education teams, particularly those teams working with Asthma or Food Allergies ?

We have contacts with teams working with asthma (Brest) and atopic dermatitis (mainly Nantes).


Thank you Laurent Misery.


Dr. Laurent Misery


Hôpital Morvan,

CHU Brest,

29600, Brest,

France.