EXPAIRs

Conference program

Thursday, November 14, 2019

 

10:00 Opening speeches (Simone Veil Amphitheatre)

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  • Gaïd Le Maner-Idrissi, Vice-President in charge of research, University of Rennes 2

  • Nicolas Thély, Director of the Maison des sciences de l'homme in Brittany

 

10:30 Plenary Session - Citizens in a changing society (Simone Veil Amphitheatre)
Session Chair: Baptiste Brossard, Australian National University (Australia)


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  • Joëlle Zask, philosopher, University of Provence
    Elements for a culture of participation
  • Jean-Louis Genard, sociologist, University of Mons (Belgium)
    The anthropological horizon of new social policies

Exchanges with the audience

 

12:30 Lunch on site

 

14:00 Plenary Session – From citizen participation to peer support (Simone Veil Amphitheatre)
Session Chair: Robert Dingwall, Nottingham Trent University (United Kingdom)

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  • Marcel Jaeger, sociologist, professor emeritus at the CNAM
    The participation of people supported/cared for in France: expected effects, effects produced
     
  • Eve Gardien, Christian Laval, sociologists (for the EXPAIRs team), Rennes 2 University
    Peer support: context effects, public policy effects

 

15:30 Break

 

16:00 Workshop session

Workshop A –  Evaluation of peer support practices (room L145)
Session Chairs: Christian Laval & Delphine Moreau

  • Marie-Pascale Pomey, University of Montreal and CHUM Research Centre (Canada)
    Contribution of resource patients in the follow-up of patients who have benefited from emergency micro-surgery reimplantation of the upper limb: a pragmatic randomized trial
  • Amadou Mbaye, High School of Western Switzerland Valais-Wallis (Switzerland)
    The role of peers and the process of resilience of people with disabilities in humanitarian crises and armed conflicts
     
  • Gaëtan Briet, Psychology Laboratory: Cognition, Behaviour, Communication
    Peer tutoring as an inclusive strategy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Workshop B – Peer support: self-determination or compliance effects? (room L148)
Session Chairs: Eve Gardien & Pascal Jarno

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  • Anne Petiau, Claire Heijboer, Hervé Moisan, Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Economic Sociology
    « What does the recognition of experiential knowledge do to the professional-user relationship? Reflections on some peer support issues based on ongoing research in medico-social services »
  • Line Pedersen, Chair of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
    Experiential knowledge in addictology: when the legitimacy of the experience is combined
  • Frédéric Mougeot, Max Weber Centre
    Re-establishment of Psychiatry by the peers: Knowledge, Power and Anticipation
  • Baptiste Brossard, Australian National University - School of Sociology (Australia)
    Peer support and disease construction

Workshop C – Peer support and technical aids: knowledge, practices and issues (room L231)
Session Chairs: Julien Cazal & Paul-Fabien Groud

  • Laetitia Lamongie, Lorrain laboratory of Social Sciences
    Measuring the body and the heart: challenges of supporting family members in body monitoring practices for patients with heart failure
  • Paul-Fabien Groud, Environment City Society
    The prosthesis experience: a major challenge for amputee peer support
  • Valentine Gourinat, University of Strasbourg
    Sharing of experience and transmission of knowledge between amputee peers fitted with devices: technical, practical and identity issues

 

 


Friday, November 15, 2019

 

9:00 Plenary Session – Peer support and accompaniment: the contemporary challenge of professionalization (Simone Veil Amphitheatre)
Session Chair: Eve Gardien, Rennes 2 University


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  • Lise Demailly, sociologist, professor emeritus of the University of Lille
    Professionalization of peer support in mental health in France: objectives and challenges
     
  • Chyrell Bellamy, PhD, Associate Professor of Yale School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry, Yale University (USA)
    Experiences of professionalizing peer support: Should human experience be professionalized? Build the link between lived experience and acquired experience

Exchanges with the audience

 

10:30 Break

 

11:00 Workshop session

Workshop A – How is peer support affected by social and gender inequalities? (room L145)
Session Chairs: Eric Legrand & Gildas Bregain

  • Justine Madiot, Laboratory for Gender and Sexuality Studies
    Experience of a discussion group on sexuality with motor handicapped women
  • Nathalie Barth,  SNA-Epis Laboratory (EA 4607); L-Vis Lyon 1 Laboratory, Autonomous Nervous System - Epidemiology, Physiology, Engineering, Health, PreduCAN Team, St Etienne University Hospital / URCIP
    The Physical Activity (PA) experience of male prostate cancer patients: Peer support
  • Estelle Gridaine, Nantes Centre for Sociology
    Obesity treatment: what role for patient associations?

Workshop B – Social innovations developed within the framework of peer support: organizations, practices, resources (Amphitheatre L3)
Session Chairs: Alexandre Berkesse & Aurélie Damamme

  • Philippe Brun, Céline Barrier, Cécile Lagarde, Stéphane Grillet, Marie-Claude Vincent, Cédric Lebon, Claire Morice, Jean-Pierre Freling, Christine Jacquinot, Florie Gaillard, Georges Chevrier Centre "Companies & Sensitivities" UMR7366
    The emergence of a common culture about peer support in the Dijon area
  • Nadine Haschar-Noé, Jean-Charles Basson, Paul Sabatier-Toulouse 3 University
    Becoming and being peer workers in community health. Social innovations, biographical background and professional support posture
  • Catherine Gouédard, Christian Sarralie, Paris 8 University, Paragraphe Laboratory - C3U team, Paris-Nanterre University, Education and Training research Centre
    Peers for the inclusion of students with disabilities: the case of pedagogical tutoring

Workshop C – Professionalization and training of peer supporters (Simone Veil Amphitheatre)
Session Chairs: Christian Laval et Stéphane Héas

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  • Julia Tinland, Renaud Debailly, Sciences, Standards, Democracy, Study Group on Methods of Sociological Analysis of the Sorbonne
    Defining peers and experiential knowledge: between professionalization and depoliticization
  • Nicolas Chambon, Max Weber Centre
    First person interpreting in health: between language proficiency and (re)cognition of the experience
  • Marie Schnitzler, Laboratory of Social and Cultural Anthropology (Belgium)
    Peer support: training and economic role in South Africa
  • Ismaël Bechla, Yves Bancelin, Caroline Gianinazi, Respite home, Esper Pro Association, Movement and Action for Health and Social Recovery
    Peer worker or how to combine personal knowledge and professional identity

Workshop D – The necessary conditions for peer support practices (room L148)
Session Chairs: Delphine Moreau & Eve Gardien

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  • Cédric Routier, Agnès d'Arripe, HADéPaS
    Tensions in the evolution of a peer group and its effects on medico-social organisation: a critical analysis
  • Delphine Moreau, University of Rennes, EHESP, CNRS, ARENES UMR 6051
    « I had nothing to do with him! »
    or: Who is my peer? Support on the basis of common experience in the Housing First program
  • Aurélien Troisoeufs, Iannis Mccluskey, Research Laboratory in Human Sciences and Mental Health, GHU Paris Psychiatrie & Neurosciences
    Roles and perspectives between a researcher and a peer in mental health
  • Marine Deseille, Fabien Provillard, Angela Prati, Housing First
    « 
    We're not going to work with patients, are we? »

 

 13:00 Lunch on site

 

14:30 Workshop session

Workshop A –  Peer support at risk of sexuality and parenthood (room L123)
Session Chairs: Aurélie Damamme & Gildas Bregain

  • Marion Doé, School of Higher Studies in Social Sciences - Iris
    Being parents and visually impaired, experiences and practices between peers on online networks
  • Philippe Martin, National Institute of Health and Medical Research
    SEXPAIRS Study - Attractiveness and prospects of a peer-led Internet intervention for the peer promotion of sexual and reproductive health of adolescents and young adults
  • Charlotte Puiseux, Laboratory for Social and Political Change
    Relay mothers of the Handiparentalité association: Practice of peer counselling to support parents’ / future parents with disabilities

Workshop B – Training of professionals, peers and their relatives (room L231)
Session Chairs: Stéphane Héas & Eric Legrand

  • Marie Gutowski, Paolo Martelli et Margot Ferrero, Asud Mars say Yeah
    Peer training at the heart of the Sponsorship project, by and for drug users cured of hepatitis C
  • Emmanuelle Jouet, Lydie Gibey, Iannis Mccluskey, Research Laboratory in Human Sciences and Mental Health, GHU Paris Psychiatrie & Neurosciences, CREAI
    Peer intervention in mental health training systems: a Swiss-French comparison
  • Marie-Pascale Pomey, University of Montreal and CHUM Research Centre (Canada)
    The Oncology Expert Patient Program (PAROLE-Onco): lessons learned from the co-construction of training for expert patients
  • Luigi Flora, Jean-Michel Benattar, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, University of Paris 8, Paris Sorbonne Lumières, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal (Canada), Department of Education and Research of General Medicine, Continuing Education
    The University of Care: From popular and citizen education in the field of health to the creation of the first centre in a medical school in France co-directed by a doctor and a patient

Workshop C – The professionalization of peer supporters: a reorganization of the boundaries between trades? (room L148)
Session Chairs: Pascal Jarno & Alexandre Berkesse

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  • Luigi Flora, Philippe Brun, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, Université Paris 8, Paris Sorbonne Lumières, Faculty of Medicine, Université de Montréal (Canada), Un chez soi d'abord, Dijon
    The importance of support systems, coaching, mentoring and community of practice in supporting sustainable action by peer worker
  • Marjorie Gerbier-Aublanc, ESO UMR 6590, CHU Pontchaillou (Rennes)
    Health mediation: the challenges of interstitial participation of ex-peers in supporting migrants living with HIV
  • Mathilde Sorba, Elodie Gilliot, Max Weber Centre, Orspere-Samdarra, Laboratory of Psychopathology and Neuropsychology
    « Teaming up » with peer helpers

 

16:30 End of the conference

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