Les apprentissages retirés d'une expérience de stage à La Maison Bleue et leur applicabilité aux pratiques en première ligne : perceptions et vécu de médecins

Authors: Massé, Julie
Advisor: Martin, ElisabethDupéré, Sophie
Abstract: Objectives: This master’s thesis explores the learning gained from an internship experience within an "alternative" model of organization of front-line services and its potential application in subsequent medical practice. Method: The exploratory qualitative study is based on twelve interviews with practicing doctors who completed an internship at La Maison Bleue, our research environment; and three interviews conducted with key informants from La Maison Bleue, and from the health and social services network and academic institutions, involved in the management of internships. Results: The main lessons learned from the internship experience are related to: (1) taking into account people in their globality and in their context; (2) a reflexive perspective favorable to the deconstruction of prejudices and the questioning of norms, leading to a less stigmatizing approach; (3) the richness and scope of enhanced practice from an interdisciplinary perspective; (4) the definition of professional identity. Organizational barriers to the application of learning, based on the philosophy of the health and social services system and characteristics specific to the practice environment, have been identified. Facilitating factors have, for their part, been more identified on the human level but seem to have, ultimately, only a marginal effect on the real capacity of physicians to implement learning into their practice. Conclusions: This study highlighted the presence, within the Quebec health and social services system, of primary care physicians who express a desire to practice medicine differently in order to meet the needs and expectations of populations in vulnerable situations. The results of our study suggest the need for organizational awareness of the barriers that these physicians experience in implementing a practice in accordance with their values, ideals and identities.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2019
Open Access Date: 27 May 2019
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/35011
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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