La professionnalisation des relations de 'care' : le cas du métier de référent de parcours de santé à l'Association Française contre les Myopathies

Kévin André 1
1 ESSEC IIES
ESSEC Business School
Abstract : If care relationships generally emerge spontaneously in the domestic context (Noddings, 1984), some authors argue for the recognition of their importance outside the private sphere (Tronto, 2009), particularly in the context of support people in situations of dependency (Winnicott, 1970). We build on a research conducted within the French Association against Muscular dystrophies (AFM) to show how the "référents de parcours de santé" at AFM can be considered as care professionals. We discuss the conditions for the implementation of such a professionalization of care and the implications for a better integrated care.
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Kévin André. La professionnalisation des relations de 'care' : le cas du métier de référent de parcours de santé à l'Association Française contre les Myopathies. 2014. ⟨hal-00967178⟩

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