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See detailL’Inventaire Systémique de Qualité de Vie pour Enfants (ISQV-E©) : Etude de validation
Missotten, Pierre ULg; Lemétayer, Fabienne; Spitz, Elisabeth et al

Poster (2008, May)

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See detailModéliser l'acquisition par les médecins de compétences en communication
Libert, Y.; Antoine, C.; Merckaert, I. et al

in Oncologie (2008), 2

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See detailFactors influencing physicians' detection of cancer patients' and relatives distress : can a communication skills training program improve physicians' detection?
Merckaert, I.; Libert, Y.; Delvaux, N. et al

in Psycho-oncology (2008), 17

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See detailTemps de travail et horaires atypiques : Impact sur le conflit travail-famille et le bien-être.
Hansez, Isabelle ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Breuer, Lara

in Balikdjiian, A.; Salengros, P.; Lemoine, C. (Eds.) et al Analyse du travail, technologie et psychologie de la consommation. Actes du 14ème congrès de Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations de Langue Française. (2008)

L’étude présentée propose d’examiner, parmi 184 travailleurs luxembourgeois, le lien entre le temps de travail, y compris les horaires atypiques, l’interaction vie privée-vie professionnelle et le bien ... [more ▼]

L’étude présentée propose d’examiner, parmi 184 travailleurs luxembourgeois, le lien entre le temps de travail, y compris les horaires atypiques, l’interaction vie privée-vie professionnelle et le bien-être au travail. Les résultats principaux relèvent un effet significatif (négatif) du travail de week-end, du travail de nuit et des horaires compressés sur l’influence négative travail-famille. Un effet significatif (négatif) de l’horaire compressé sur l’influence positive travail-famille est aussi mis en évidence. Enfin, le temps partiel serait lié à un niveau de stress plus faible et une influence négative du travail sur la famille plus faible. Cette dernière jouerait par ailleurs un rôle de modérateur partiel entre le temps de travail et le stress négatif. [less ▲]

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See detailConciliation qualité de vie au travail et qualité de vie en général
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg

Conference (2007, December 07)

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See detailQu’est-ce qu’un patient attend de nous, médecin généraliste ?
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2007)

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See detailPsychobiological correlates of communication skills use and learning: Preliminary results
Merckaert, I.; Libert, Y.; Bragard, Isabelle ULg et al

in Psycho-oncology (2007, September)

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See detailL’Inventaire Systémique de Qualité de Vie pour Enfants (ISQV-E©) : Premiers éléments de validation
Missotten, Pierre ULg; Lemétayer, Fabienne; Spitz, Elisabeth et al

Conference (2007, June)

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See detailPhysicians are different when they learn communication skills: influence of the locus of control
Libert, Yves; Merckaert, I.; Reynaert, C. et al

in Psycho-Oncology (2007), 16(6), 553-562

Purpose: Although it is widely recognised that educational interventions may be more effective for people with an 'internal' Locus of Control (who believe that life outcomes are controlled by their own ... [more ▼]

Purpose: Although it is widely recognised that educational interventions may be more effective for people with an 'internal' Locus of Control (who believe that life outcomes are controlled by their own characteristics or actions) compared to people with an 'external' Locus of Control (who believe that life outcomes are controlled by external forces such as luck, fate or others), no study has yet assessed the influence of physicians' Locus of Control (LOC) on communication skills learning. This study aims to test the hypothesis that, in a communication skills training program, physicians with an 'internal' LOC would demonstrate communication skills acquisition to a greater degree than those with an 'external' LOC. Methods: A non-randomised longitudinal intervention study was conducted between January 1999 and April 2001. Sixty-seven volunteer physicians from private and institutional practice in Belgium participated in a learner-centred, skills-focused, practice-oriented communication skills training program. Communication skills changes were assessed in 2 standardised simulated interviews before and after training (one two-person and one three-person interview). Communication skills were assessed using the Cancer Research Campaign Workshop Evaluation Manual. Physicians' LOC was assessed using the Rotter I-E scale. Communication skills changes of the upper and lower third of physicians in respect of their scores on this scale were compared using group by time repeated measures of variance. Results: In the two-person and three-person interviews, changes in the use of open directive questions were more important among physicians with an "internal" LOC compared with changes observed among physicians with an 'external' LOC (P = 0.066 and P = 0.004, respectively). In the three-person interview, changes in the use of directive questions, assessing functions and moderate feelings stated explicitly were more important among physicians with an 'internal' LOC compared with changes observed among physicians with an 'external' LOC (P = 0.001; P = 0.002 and P = 0.011 respectively). Conclusion: This study shows that physicians' LOC is a psychological characteristic that could influence the efficacy of a communication skills training program. This evidence supports the idea that a psychological characteristic such as 'internal' LOC may facilitate communication skills acquisition through physicians' belief that communication with patients may be controlled by physicians themselves. Copyright (c) 2006 John Wiley [less ▲]

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See detailUne "toxicité" sous-estimée : les impacts psychosociaux des traitements sur les proches aidants principaux
Libert, Y.; Merckaert, I.; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg et al

in Oncologie (2007), 9

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See detailLa qualité de vie infantile : état actuel des connaissances
Missotten, Pierre ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; DUPUIS, Gilles

in Revue Francophone de Clinique Comportementale et Cognitive (2007), 12(4), 14-27

The aim of this article is to analyse the concept of the children’s quality of life (QOL) on the basis of two main lines: the conceptual and methodological problems. The conceptual study highlights the ... [more ▼]

The aim of this article is to analyse the concept of the children’s quality of life (QOL) on the basis of two main lines: the conceptual and methodological problems. The conceptual study highlights the absence of QOL consensual definition as well as the weak development of the theoretical frameworks subjacent with the various instruments. The existing tools consider mainly the QOL evaluation in terms of State without taking into account the goalsand priorities of the children. The methodological study examines psychometric qualities of the tools. These are more and more developed via self-reporting, what requires to take into account the state of development of the child. Lastly, the study of this QOL concept is illustrated through the examination of the three types of instruments: generic, specific, modular. The discussion of the conceptual and methodological data leads to a wish to develop a new QOL tool. The evaluation would be carried out there in terms of Gap, with study of the concept of Goal for the child. [less ▲]

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See detailTeaching communication and stress management skills to junior physicians dealing with cancer patients: the Belgian interuniversity project
Meunier, J.; Merckaert, I.; Reynaert, C. et al

in Psycho-Oncology (2006, October), 15(2, Suppl. S), 326

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See detailFactors that influence physicians' burnout: Impact of a communication skills training program
Bragard, Isabelle ULg; Libert, Yves; Merckaert, Isabelle et al

in Psycho-Oncology (2006, October), 15(2, Suppl. S), 183-184

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See detailFactors that influence cancer patients' anxiety following a medical consultation: impact of a communication skills training programme for physicians
Lienard, Aurore; Merckaert, Isabelle; Libert, Yves et al

in Annals of Oncology (2006), 17(9), 1450-1458

Background: No study has yet assessed the impact of physicians' skills acquisition after a communication skills training programme on the evolution of patients' anxiety following a medical consultation ... [more ▼]

Background: No study has yet assessed the impact of physicians' skills acquisition after a communication skills training programme on the evolution of patients' anxiety following a medical consultation. This study aimed to compare the impact, on patients' anxiety, of a basic communication skills training programme (BT) and the same programme consolidated by consolidation workshops (CW), and to investigate physicians' communication variables associated with patients' anxiety. Patients and methods: Physicians, after attending the BT, were randomly assigned to CW or to a waiting list. The control group was not a non-intervention group. Consultations with a cancer patient were recorded. Patients' anxiety was assessed with the State Trait Anxiety Inventory before and after a consultation. Communication skills were analysed according to the Cancer Research Campaign Workshop Evaluation Manual. Results: No statistically significant change over time and between groups was observed. Mixed-effects modelling showed that a decrease in patients' anxiety was linked with screening questions (P = 0.045), physicians' satisfaction about support given (P = 0.004) and with patients' distress (P < 0.001). An increase in anxiety was linked with breaking bad news (P = 0.050) and with supportive skills (P = 0.013). No impact of the training programme was observed. Conclusions: This study shows the influence of some communication skills on the evolution of patients' anxiety. Physicians should be aware of these influences. [less ▲]

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