Aline Herbinet

Aline Herbinet
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Issue/problem Since 2016, French doctors are allowed to prescribe adapted physical activity (APA) to patients with long-term illness (ALD) through the ‘sport sur ordonnance' program. Despite the goal of promoting physical activity in ALD patients, health authority recent reports unanimously highlight organisational and funding difficulties. Whereas...
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Background: Increased mortality and reduced life expectancy have been described in patients with schizophrenia (SZ), essentially due to low cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and sedentary behavior. Otherwise, although antipsychotic drugs can improve positive symptoms, their beneficial effects on negative symptoms remain limited. Emerging evidences su...
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Patients with schizophrenia (SZ) have a high level of cardiovascular morbidity and some clinical symptoms of illness remain resistant to pharmacological approaches. A large number of studies support the effectiveness of physical activity (PA) in SZ. The aims of this trial is to assess the effects of a remote, web-based adapted PA program (e-APA) co...
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Background: Cachexia is defined as an involuntary loss of weight, characterized by a loss of skeletal muscle mass with or without fat mass loss. It increases mortality risk and decreases quality of life in patients with lymphoma or myeloma. Early markers of cachexia are not identified. The objective of this work was to identify risk factor of cach...
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Background Patients with schizophrenia (SZ) present a higher level of cardiovascular morbidity than the general population due to poor physical fitness and a sedentary lifestyle. Moreover, despite major therapeutic advances in the management of SZ, some clinical symptoms remain resistant to pharmacological approaches. A large number of studies supp...
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Les lymphomes et le myélome sont des hémopathies malignes traitées par chimiothérapies. Ces traitements favorisent la survenue d’une cachexie, caractérisée par une perte de poids involontaire, entraînant une augmentation du risque de mortalité et une diminution de la qualité de vie. L’objectif principal de cette étude était d’investiguer la prévale...
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Workshop : Demistifiying telehealth for remote therapeutic interventions and follow-ups.
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Introduction L’activité physique (AP) est bénéfique pour les personnes ayant la mucoviscidose [1] mais leurs difficultés d’engagement dans les programmes de réentraînement [2] obligent à innover. La télé-réhabilitation, apparaît comme une alternative intéressante [3]. Notre étude vise à évaluer la faisabilité d’un programme d’APA supervisé par visi...
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Introduction De nombreuses études ont évalué les bénéfices de programmes de réentraînement à l’effort chez des adultes atteints de mucoviscidose mais ces travaux ont été réalisés essentiellement dans un cadre médical [1] ou non supervisé à domicile [2]. L’objectif de cette étude est donc d’évaluer les effets d’un accompagnement en APA supervisé à d...
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Objectives: Patients with schizophrenia (SZ) have dramatically higher levels of cardiovascular and metabolic morbidity than general population due to poor physical fitness and to sedentary lifestyle. Moreover, despite major therapeutic advances in the overall management of these patients, some symptomatic dimensions, and more specifically the negat...
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Objectif L’objectif de l’étude est d’identifier les facteurs de risque de cachexie et d’évaluer l’influence de la cachexie sur la qualité de vie des patients au cours du traitement d’une hémopathie lymphoïde. Méthodes Les patients atteints d’une hémopathie lymphoïde, nouvellement diagnostiqués et traités au CHU de Montpellier provenant de la coh...
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Les patients atteints de schizophrénie ont un risque de morbi-mortalité cardiovasculaire et métabolique considérablement plus élevé que la population générale en raison de leur mauvaise condition physique et en lien avec leur mode de vie sédentaire. De plus, malgré des progrès thérapeutiques majeurs dans la prise en charge globale de ces patients,...
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Introduction L’activité physique (AP) améliore le désencombrement bronchique, la force et l’endurance des muscles respiratoires, et la tolérance à l’effort des patients atteints de mucoviscidose. Les taux d’inactivité et de sédentarité restent néanmoins élevés chez ces patients. Notre objectif était d’évaluer les effets d’un accompagnement en activ...
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Introduction Cachexia is a major cancer comorbidity defined as a multifactorial syndrome characterised by an ongoing loss of skeletal muscle mass and high mortality. Inflammation with C-Reactive Protein (CRP) level increase is one of the cachexia mechanisms. Age, gender and Body Mass Index (BMI) represent risk factors of skeletal muscle loss. Lymph...
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At a time when a good number of children are rather physically inactive and therefore do not expend themselves energetically very much, which engenders health problems (obesity, type 1 diabetes, etc.,) healthcare professionals must act in order to lead children toward a more active lifestyle. Exercise is the major lever to make this change but it i...
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Activité physique adaptée et qualité de vie liée à la santé lors d'un séjour hospitalier chez des enfants atteints d'un cancer : APOP, un essai randomisé en cross-over Adapted physical activity sessions and health-related quality of life during a hospitalization course for children with cancer: APOP, a cross-over randomized trial d a EA 4360 Apemac...
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To assess the efficacy of adapted physical activity (APA) on health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of hospitalized children and adolescents with cancer between 9 and 18 years of age. A two-sequence, four-period cross-over study, Activités Physiques en Oncologie Pédiatrique (APOP), compared hospital stay with APA sessions versus hospital stay witho...
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Introduction: In promoting the health of chronically ill children, the hospital should help children cope both medically and psychosocially with their disease. The University Children's Hospital of Nancy proposes adapted physical activity for hospitalized children, but the practice during hospitalization is not well developed or understood. The AC...
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Although parent-child agreement is widely studied in the paediatric clinical sample, no study has compared parent-child agreement during home and hospital stays. We aimed to determine the level of agreement in reports of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) between parents of children with cancer and the children themselves during a stay in the h...
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These are considerations about an original activity offered to children hospitalized for cancer treatment. These children benefit from various sports adapted to their needs and state of health. The aim is to develop appropriate resources for each child. Over nearly ten years these activities have been used by more than 14 000 patients between the a...
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Cette recherche témoigne de l'expérience de dix années de Pratiques Physiques Adaptées (A.P.A) avec des enfants et des adolescents hospitalisés dans un service d'hémato-oncologie pédiatrique. Elle relate et problématise les interventions d'activités motrices présentées sous forme ludique dans ses effets sur les enfants, les adolescents, le personne...

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Effectiveness of APA in severe mental illnesses