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La prise en charge du cancer : quel partage des rôles entre médecine générale et médecine spécialisée ?

Abstract : The purpose of this article is to have a clearer understanding of the role that GPs play in the cancer care pathway in France and of how the roles are shared between general and specialist medicine. This first of all involves describing the key intervention stages of GPs, identified in a research programme combining quantitative and qualitative approaches and aimed at improving knowledge of the specific role played by private GPs in treating cancer patients in France. We focus particularly on the opportunities for exchange with specialist teams and on the strategies adopted by GPs as regards their specialist peers, their patients and their technical skills to be able to support their patients as effectively as possible. Lastly, it involves analysing GPs’ methods of working with specialist oncological teams in an unequal context of exchange, their perceptions of obstacles to roles being shared between general and specialist medicine and ways in which these can be overcome
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Martine Bungener, Lise Demagny, Ka Holthedahl, Alain Letourmy. La prise en charge du cancer : quel partage des rôles entre médecine générale et médecine spécialisée ?. Pratiques et Organisation des Soins, Société française de santé publique, 2009, pp.191-196. ⟨10.3917/pos.403.0191⟩. ⟨hal-03477238⟩

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