Disabilities and innovation: the expertise challenge - Volume 1 (Broché)


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In the 21st century, our country's policy in the area of disability entered a new era, based on solidarity, fairness and autonomy. But though there is... > Lire la suite
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In the 21st century, our country's policy in the area of disability entered a new era, based on solidarity, fairness and autonomy. But though there is a general consensus about the principles, much remains to be done in terms of practices. At any given time, disability affects ca.10% of the European population, and this percentage is much higher over an entire lifetime. Given the impact of disability on the lives of people and their families, it is an inescapable and multifaceted dimension of ail our lives. Above all, providing good and appropriate care requ ires expertise. And given the immense diversity of disability situations and the rapid progress in technological, scientific and medical knowledge, this expertise must be updated regularly through training supported by international scientific research, with a strong emphasis on creativity and innovation. It is high time ta bring research and practice into alignment. Creativity and innovation are the only possible responses to such challenges.
    • Report on the creation of an Interdisciplinary and International Centre on disability within the EHESP: training, research and expertise
    • One policy for ail
    • Disability as a vehicle of meaning ?
    • The Law of 11 February 2005
    • A breakthrough for people with disabilities
    • How can "changing perception," as called for by the 2005 French Disability Act, occur in our professional practices and in healthcare institutions ?
    • Coherence in care: for whom?
    • Body experience in disabled persons
    • Understanding by listening and observing
    • Brain plasticity and development of mental activity in infancy and childhood
    • Scania de Schonen Drifting social territories and applied research
  • Date de parution : 10/02/2011
  • Editeur : EHESP
  • ISBN : 978-2-8109-0045-9
  • EAN : 9782810900459
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 275 pages
  • Poids : 0.436 Kg
  • Dimensions : 16,0 cm × 24,0 cm × 1,5 cm
Denis Chastenet, a researcher deputed to EHESP by the CNRS, spent eighteen months researching the human, legal, scientific and economic issues involved in disability in France, as well as the challenges, such as identifying needs, introducing new services and investing more in research and in training. He reports on his findings here. Antoine Flahault, Dean of EHESP and professor of public health, suggested this work in 2008 and conducted it with the support and guidance of Jean-Francois Mattei, a former health minister and president of the EHESP Board of Trustees, in order to create an International Interdisciplinary Centre on Disability at EHESP and in partnership with other institutions.
Denis Chastenet et Antoine Flahault - Disabilities and innovation: the expertise challenge - Volume 1.
Disabilities and innovation: the expertise challenge. Volume 1
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