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Psycho-Oncologie

, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp 186–192 | Cite as

Comprendre la non-adhésion à l’activité physique après un diagnostic de cancer pour mieux accompagner les patients — Partie II : Ajuster l’information et l’accompagnement

  • S. BerthouzeEmail author
  • E. ReynesEmail author
  • J. CarretierEmail author
  • A. -M. FoucautEmail author
  • M. TouillaudEmail author
  • R. BernardEmail author
  • C. BaudinetEmail author
  • R. MeyrandEmail author
  • O. TrédanEmail author
  • P. BachmannEmail author
  • B. FerversEmail author
Article Original / Original Article

Résumé

Malgré les bénéfices reconnus, inciter des patients atteints de cancer à intégrer un programme d’activité physique (AP) reste complexe, et l’information transmise peut être inappropriée selon le profil de la personne. Dans cette deuxième partie, nous montrerons comment le cadre d’analyse présenté dans la première partie apporte au praticien un support substantiel qui lui permet d’individualiser ses réponses aux questions des patients sur l’AP grâce à leur profil, améliorant ainsi la qualité et la pertinence de l’information transmise.

Mots clés

Activité physique Comportement sédentaire Cancer Information Adhésion 

Understanding non-adherence to physical activity after cancer diagnosis to provide a better patients support: Part II — Adjusting information and support

Abstract

Despite the recognized benefits, the way to encourage cancer patients to integrate physical activity program remains complex, and the transmitted information may be inappropriate depending on the person’s profile. In this second part, we have shown that the analytical framework presented in the first part provides the practitioner with a substantial support enabling him to individualize his/her answers to the patients’ questions on physical activity according to their profile, which improves quality and relevance of the transmitted information.

Keywords

Physical activity Sedentary behavior Cancer Information Adherence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratoire interuniversitaire de biologie de la motricité (LIBM, EA 7424), confédération recherches interdisciplinaires en sport (CRIS, FED 4272)université de Lyon, université Claude-Bernard, Lyon-I. UFR STAPSVilleurbanne cedexFrance
  2. 2.Laboratoire sur les vulnérabilités et l’innovation dans le sport (L-ViS, EA 7428), confédération recherches interdisciplinaires en sport (CRIS, FED 4272)université de Lyon, université Claude-Bernard, Lyon-I. UFR STAPSVilleurbanne cedexFrance
  3. 3.faculté de médecine Laennec, centre Léon-Bérard, département Cancer EnvironnementLaboratoire « Santé, Individu, Société » EAM 4128LyonFrance
  4. 4.Laboratoire éducations et pratiques de santé (LEPS, EA 3412)université Paris-XIII, Sorbonne–Paris-Cité, UFR santé médecine biologie humaineBobignyFrance
  5. 5.Département Cancer Environnement, Centre de recherche en cancérologie de LyonUMR Inserm 1052-CNRS 5286LyonFrance
  6. 6.EA 4136 HACS handicap cognition activité santé, UFR STAPSuniversité de BordeauxPessacFrance
  7. 7.Département Cancer Environnementcentre Léon-BérardLyonFrance
  8. 8.Département d’oncologie médicalecentre Léon-BérardLyonFrance
  9. 9.Unité de nutrition et diététiqueDISSPO, centre Léon-BérardLyonFrance

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