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L'émergence du non-recours aux soins des populations précaires : entre droit aux soins et devoirs de soins

Abstract : In France, non-take-up is particularly visible in the domain of care, where it has become a major issue. There is an emerging consensus about the need to take into account the population that is "distanced" from the health system and makes no care demands ; this population is categorised as precarious. This consensus, however, is only an apparent one, givent that there are multiple meanings to the issue of take-up rates and patterns. On the one hand an approach in terms of non-take-up reveals concerns about the reality of the right to care and on the other rising calls for the duty of care. In this way the issue reinforces a focus on individuals and their responsibilities
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Antoine Rode. L'émergence du non-recours aux soins des populations précaires : entre droit aux soins et devoirs de soins. Lien social et Politiques, Anjou, Québec : Éd. Saint-Martin ; Rennes : Presses de l'EHESP, 2009, pp.149-158. ⟨halshs-00698615⟩

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