Projet tutoré et plateforme « géeodépistage » en géographie de la santé. Pourquoi ? Comment ? Pour qui ?

Abstract : The educational team responsible for the Master’s degree2 “Territories, Cities and Healthcare” offers students training in healthcare geography over a period of two years. As part of a programme offering academic training courses to future professionals and considering the need to show how useful and significant social and human sciences are to understand and tackle social inequalities, our team introduces the implementation of a “studio class” project (“projet tutoré”) involving all the students of the class (both 1st and 2nd year of Master’s degree). This experiment combines training, knowledge generation, decision-making tools, students’ professional integration and research. Moreover, this project is connected to - and contributes to feed - a regional platform called “Geo-cancer-screening multipartners platform”. It brings together students, university teachers, researchers in healthcare geography, Locally Elected Representatives, public health practitioners and healthcare officials. This article presents the implementation of this approach and the main progress it has offered in terms of students’ training and strengthening links between lecturer-researchers, local authorities and public health officials, i.e. an approach deliberately taken to do applied research.
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Zoé Vaillant, Myriam Baron, Stéphane Rican, Audrey Bochaton, Hélène Charreire. Projet tutoré et plateforme « géeodépistage » en géographie de la santé. Pourquoi ? Comment ? Pour qui ?. Carnets de géographes, UMR 245 - CESSMA, 2017, ⟨http://cdg.revues.org/1174⟩. ⟨10.4000/cdg.1174⟩. ⟨halshs-01649454⟩

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