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Psycho-Oncologie

, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp 179–185 | Cite as

Comprendre la non-adhésion à l’activité physique après un diagnostic de cancer pour mieux accompagner les patients—Partie I : Comprendre la non-adhésion à une pratique régulière d’activité physique

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

Résumé

Cet article présente un cadre conceptuel à l’interface des dimensions physiologiques et psychologiques (le syndrome des 3H ou processus de sédentarisme) permettant de rendre compte des processus de non-engagement qui maintiennent certains patients atteints de cancer en dehors de la pratique régulière d’activité physique (AP) ou de programmes d’AP. Dans cette première partie, nous avons montré comment la dynamique des interactions entre les ressources physiques mobilisables par la personne et le rapport que la personne entretient avec l’AP permet d’éclairer ces processus.

Mots clés

Style de vie sédentaire Cancer Activité physique Non-engagement Processus 

Understanding non-adherence to physical activity after cancer diagnosis to provide a better patients support — Part I: Understanding non-adherence to a regular physical activity

Abstract

This article presents a conceptual framework at the physiological-and-psychological dimensions interface (3H Syndrome or sedentary process) to understand the process of non-involvement and why some cancer patients remain away from regular physical activity or physical activity programs. In this first part, we have shown how the dynamics of the interactions between the individual’s available physical resources and the relationship that the person keeps with physical activity can bring insight into this process.

Keywords

Sedentary life style Cancer Physical activity Non-involvement Process 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.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
  2. 2.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
  3. 3.EA 4136 HACS handicap cognition activité santé UFR STAPSUniversité de BordeauxPessacFrance
  4. 4.Sorbonne–Paris-Cité laboratoire éducations et pratiques de santé (LEPS, EA 3412) UFR santé médecine biologie humaineUniversité Paris-XIIIBobignyFrance
  5. 5.Département Cancer Environnement, centre Léon-Bérardlaboratoire « Santé, Individu, Société » EAM 4128, faculté de médecine LaennecLyonFrance
  6. 6.Département Cancer Environnement, centre Léon-Bérard centre de recherche en cancérologie de LyonUMR Inserm 1052-CNRS 5286 CLBLyonFrance
  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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