Bordeaux, February 2017
I won in December 2015 a 50K euros project for the creation of a smartphone application geolocalising students health facilities in Bordeaux (project “servi-Share”).
Nested in the i-Share cohort its aim was to implement a web-based intervention aimed to facilitate students’ access to real-world healthcare services. The production of the web-application consisted of two main processes: co-creation and process evaluation involving academic staff, industry web-developers and two target stakeholder groups, i.e. university students and real-world healthcare services providers. The study used mixed qualitative and quantitative methods.
servi-Share was funded by AVIESAN, ITMO Santé Publique, ITMO Nouvelles technologies pour la santé, Call on “Objets connectés”.
Duration: 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2016.
Special thanks to deux degrés (Mathieu, Thomas and Cyril) and my wonderful stagiaires Jason Koman, Margaux Petropoulos, Mélodie Garcès et Béatrice Famin.
Un très grand travail derrière la réalisation de mon premier MOOC sous le guide de Marthe-Aline Jutand, Marianne Savès et Mélanie Le Goff.
En 6 semaines le MOOC PoP-HealtH, «Enquêter sur la santé : comment ça marche ?» va vous permettre de comprendre comment sont construites les enquêtes.
Community manager du MOOC, je suis surtout responsable de tous les contenus pédagogiques concernant la communication en santé.
Début le 31 janvier 2017. Les inscriptions sont déjà ouvertes !
At the recent World Health Summit in
Berlin I was invite
d as a discussant in a workshop on data sharing in Public Health Emergencies” organized by the Centre Virchow-Villermé.
The main points are available on this BMJ blog post.
Danke TK 🙂
Screen time exposure and reporting of headaches in young adults: A cross-sectional study
Article published on Cephalalgia (5th November 2015)
Quand les écrans prennent la tête
Article published on Direct Matin Bordeaux 7 (13th January 2016)
Les écrans incriminés
Article published on Science & Santé (1st February 2016)
Temps passé sur les écrans : i-Share dévoile ses premiers résultats sur la santé des étudiants
Article published on the website of the Bordeaux Population Health Research Center
Research, communication, young people, Internet and health. What else?
I’m happy to be part of something this useful and important. Something that can really have an impact in young people’s life.
I’m honored to share what I’ve learnt so far and to continue learning day by day.
I want to always look for something in my life and feel the pleasure to move my goals further and further.
Stopping dreaming is frustrating. Thinking differently is stimulating. Never resting is just life energy.
i-Share is good for my mind other than for the health of students 😉