Aurélie Bourmaud

Aurélie Bourmaud
Hôpital Universitaire Robert Debré · Service de Santé Publique

MD,PhD

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Introduction
Aurélie Bourmaud is an Associate Professor in Public Health. She currently works at the clinical epidemiology Unit of Robert Debré Hospital (Paris) and at University de Paris. Her topics of research are prevention, patient education, complex intervention and patients coordination care.

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Publications (114)
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Objectives Introduction: The recommended treatments for early prostate cancer are radical prostatectomy (RP) or radiotherapy. Both have significant side-effects, including sexual, and for the vast majority erectile dysfunction(ED). Patients are proposed IPDE5, intracavernous and intra-urethral injections of prostaglandins (IP) and at last, surgical...
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Aim: To assess the 5-year neurocognitive outcomes of children born extremely preterm exposed to prophylactic hydrocortisone to improve survival without bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Method: This was a prespecified secondary analysis of the PREMILOC clinical trial (trial registration: EudraCT no. 2007-002041-20, NCT00623740). The primary outcome wa...
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Objectives To describe spinal pain patients referred by their treating general practitioners to physiotherapy care, examine to which extent physiotherapy interventions proposed by general practitioners and physiotherapists were compliant to evidence based recommendations, and evaluate concordance between providers in terms of diagnosis and contrain...
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Purpose: Return to work (RTW) after breast cancer (BC) can be a major challenge for patients. Multidisciplinary interventions seem to be effective but the role of digital solutions is under-developed and therefore not evaluated. We explored the preferences, needs, and barriers regarding RTW interventions, including opinions about the use of digita...
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Purpose This study aimed at evaluating the performance of Doppler-based resistive index (RI) and semi-quantitative evaluation of renal perfusion using color-Doppler (SQP) to predict de novo AKI in the subgroup of critically ill patients without AKI at admission. Methods This study is an ancillary analysis of a prospective multicenter cohort study....
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Objective: To update and appraise the efficacy of physiotherapy for adults with cervicogenic headache. Literature survey: Bibliographic searches were conducted up to September 2021 for randomized controlled trials, assessing the efficacy of physiotherapy interventions for adults with cervicogenic headache, in five databases: CINAHL, PEDro, PubMe...
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Introduction Sexual health is a major issue for young people, and there is a need to promote it. Sexual health promotion messages may be included in Netflix series that are widely watched by young people, with important emotional dimensions in scenarios. Objective The aim of this study is to investigate the explicit sexual health promotion message...
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Résumé Introduction Depuis une quarantaine d’années, le système de santé français s’est ouvert à la participation des patients. La société a reconnu la légitimité du patient en tant que décideur de sa santé et en tant qu’expert de sa maladie. Au niveau individuel dans la relation médecin-malade, et au niveau organisationnel au sein des institution...
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In all, 30% to 90% of prostate cancer patients undergoing radical prostatectomy (RP) recover their erectile capacity. No effective post RP erectile rehabilitation program exists to date. The aim of this exploratory qualitative study is to explore the needs of these patients and to develop a patient education program (PEP) which meets these needs. I...
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Objectives: The Doppler-based resistive index and semiquantitative evaluation of renal perfusion using color Doppler failed to discriminate renal recovery patterns in a recent study. The influence of operator experience on resistive index and semiquantitative evaluation of renal perfusion performances is however unknown. This study aimed at evalua...
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PurposeThe Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has led to an unparalleled influx of patients. Prognostic scores could help optimizing healthcare delivery, but most of them have not been comprehensively validated. We aim to externally validate existing prognostic scores for COVID-19.Methods We used “COVID-19 Evidence Alerts” (McMaster University) to...
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Background Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a leading cause of cancer burden worldwide. In France, it is the second most common cause of cancer death after lung cancer. Systematic uptake of CRC screening can improve survival rates. However, people with limited health literacy (HL) and lower socioeconomic position rarely participate. Our aim is to assess...
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PurposeThe use of oral cancer drugs (OAD) has increased over the last two decades. The objective of this study was to measure the impact of a nurse-led telephone follow-up in the therapeutic management of patients treated with an OAD regarding toxicity, medication adherence and quality of life.MethodsA randomized, multicenter, controlled trial was...
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Background Long-term psychosocial outcomes and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in adults with pediatric onset of frequently relapsing or steroid-dependent idiopathic nephrotic syndrome (FRNS or SDNS) remain to be determined.Methods In this prospective cohort study, 59 adults with pediatric onset of FRNS/SDNS and persistent active glomerular...
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Background To address the question if pediatric CD patients responding to nutritional induction therapy can be maintained in remission on dietary therapy without the use of immunosuppressive drugs, we designed a prospective randomized trial (CD-HOPE) comparing cyclic exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN) to daily supplement over a 12 month period. Met...
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Interventions to increase participation in cancer screening programs have been developed and evaluated by our research team. The results observed provide an opportunity to consider which methods of communication should be encouraged to improve those interventions. The objective of this commentary is to recommend communication strategies which shoul...
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Objective To define a nomogram of serum cortisol values before 24 hours of postnatal life for extremely preterm infants and determine whether baseline cortisol values affect the benefit/risk ratio of prophylactic hydrocortisone to improve survival without bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD). Study design We performed a predefined secondary analysis o...
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Background: Participatory education, in the form of peer education, may be an effective way to promote youth sexual health. With the advent of the internet, web-based interventions have potential as an attractive new tool for sexual health promotion by peers. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate professional experts’ opinions on the pe...
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Introduction: A patient education program has been developed in the field of cancer for supporting cancer patients undergoing oral anticancer therapies. Its implementation was tested in 3 different settings. The objectives of this study were to 1) identify barriers and facilitators for implementing the patient education program, 2) identify practi...
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Background: Musculoskeletal disorders are increasing in prevalence, principally due to sedentary behaviors. Strong evidence supports an early need for first-line treatment including physiotherapy. New and innovative models in primary and emergency care have been drawn up and put the physiotherapist's skills to work in early and first-line manageme...
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Background: The World Health Organization recommends the development of participatory sexuality education. In health promotion, web-based participatory interventions have great potential in view of the internet’s popularity among young people. Objective: The aim of this review is to describe existing published studies on online participatory inter...
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BACKGROUND The World Health Organization recommends the development of participatory sexuality education. In health promotion, web-based participatory interventions have great potential in view of the internet’s popularity among young people. OBJECTIVE The aim of this review is to describe existing published studies on online participatory interve...
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Background: The World Health Organization recommends the development of participatory sexuality education. In health promotion, web-based participatory interventions have great potential in view of the internet’s popularity among young people. Objective: The aim of this review is to describe existing published studies on online participatory interv...
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BACKGROUND Analysis of Holter recordings can be challenging and time-consuming, therefore requiring significant clinical resources in order to achieve a high-quality diagnosis. Such resources depend largely on the qualifications of the person conducting the analysis and the duration of the recordings. A novel Holter analysis platform has been devel...
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In-line filtration is increasingly used in critically-ill infants but its benefits, by preventing micro-particle infusion in very preterm neonates, remain to be demonstrated. We conducted a randomized controlled trial among very preterm infants allocated to receive either in-line filtration of all the intra-venous lines or standard care without fil...
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BACKGROUND Participatory education, in the form of peer education, may be an effective way to promote youth sexual health. With the advent of the Internet, web-based interventions have the potential to be an attractive new tool for sexual health promotion by peers. OBJECTIVE The aim of the study is to evaluate professional experts’ opinions on the...
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Objective To determine whether early low-dose hydrocortisone treatment in extremely preterm infants is associated with brain damage assessed by MRI at term equivalent of age (TEA). Patients and outcomes This is a predefined secondary analysis of brain abnormalities, observed by MRI at TEA, of patients randomly assigned to receive either placebo or...
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Objective: To characterize the phenotypic expression of children with conductance regulator-related metabolic syndrome (CRMS)/cystic fibrosis screen positive inconclusive diagnosis (CFSPID) designation after positive newborn screening, reassign labeling if applicable and better define these children's prognosis. Methods: A multicenter cohort wit...
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Background Although the benefits of physiotherapy is well supported in the literature, the impact of having direct access to physiotherapy is not well established. Update of the current available evidence is warranted. The aim of this systematic review was to update the current evidence regarding the impact of direct access physiotherapy compared t...
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Purpose: To update and appraise the available evidence with respect to the impact of direct access physiotherapy compared to primary care physician-led usual medical care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders in terms of efficacy, health care utilization and processes, health care costs, patient satisfaction, and compliance. Materials and met...
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L'enfant porteur de syndrome néphrotique idiopathique : quel devenir à l'âge adulte ? Si pour certains enfants le syndrome néphrotique idiopa-thique (SNI) restera un épisode unique, cette pathologie évo-luera pour la majorité d'entre eux par des phases de poussée de la maladie entrecoupées de phases de rémission obte-nues sous l'effet des corticoïd...
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Objective: Little data about the management of drugs in terminally ill palliative care cancer patients is available. The present study aimed at describing the evolution of anticancer and non-anticancer treatments (NACTs) in cancer patients in palliative care units. The second objective was to identify factors leading to the medical decision to wit...
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Background: The last 20 years have seen many attempts to improve transition to adult healthcare for adolescents with chronic disease, but there is currently no established consensus on generic practices. Our goal was to identify relevant and pragmatic guidelines for transition practice for each step of this process (before, during and after transf...
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Purpose The number of averted deaths due to therapeutic advances in oncology and hematology is substantial and increasing. Survival of critically ill cancer patients has also improved during the last 2 decades. However, these data stem predominantly from unadjusted analyses. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of ICU admission year on sh...
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Background The study objective was to assess the influence of neutropenia on outcome of critically ill cancer patients by meta-analysis of individual data. Secondary objectives were to assess the influence of neutropenia on outcome of critically ill patients in prespecified subgroups (according to underlying tumor, period of admission, need for mec...
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Objectives: This prospective study performed in the paediatric emergency department of the University Hospital of Saint-Etienne aimed to measure the impact of the 24/7 bedside use of the Veritor™ System (Becton Dickinson) on the reduction of supplementary investigations, hospital stay and antimicrobial use. Methods: Influenza virus A and B antig...
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Purpose The Doppler-based resistive index (RI) and semi-quantitative evaluation of renal perfusion using color Doppler (SQP) have shown promising results for predicting persistent acute kidney injury (AKI) in preliminary studies. This study aimed at evaluating the performance of RI and SQP to predict short-term renal prognosis in critically ill pat...
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Introduction The announcement of cancer coupled with initiation of its treatment impacts patients’ psychological and physical states as well as their lifestyles. The objective of this study was to identify and confirm the needs of patients starting off on anticancer chemotherapy treatment. Methods This study was based on a qualitative–quantitative...
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Conclusion: Social inequalities affect representations of cancer and health literacy from early childhood. Prevention programs taking into account these representations need to be introduced at school. What is Known: • Social inequalities for cancer mortality are observed in all European countries and are particularly pronounced in France. • Reduc...
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Purpose: The aim of the OCTO clinical study was to measure patients' adherence to capecitabine-based treatment. Methods: A cohort of ambulatory patients treated with capecitabine monotherapy for either locally advanced or metastatic, breast or colorectal cancer was monitored for 6 cycles. Adherence was assessed in all patients by self-completed...
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Key Points The incidence of venous thromboembolism is high in patients with a solid tumor and implanted port in the real-life practice setting. The risk factors for catheter-related thrombosis differ from those for venous thromboembolism unrelated to the catheter.
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Objective To describe the current state of knowledge concerning the quality of reporting in phase II clinical trials in oncology and to describe the various methods published allowing this quality evaluation. Methods databases including MEDLINE and COCHRANE were searched. Reviews and meta-analyses analyzing the quality of the reporting of phase II...
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Background: Phase II clinical trials are a cornerstone of the development in experimental treatments They work as a "filter" for phase III trials confirmation. Surprisingly the attrition ratio in Phase III trials in oncology is significantly higher than in any other medical specialty. This suggests phase II trials in oncology fail to achieve their...
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Introduction Use of sorafenib remains debated in elderly patients treated for advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Methods This was a bicentric retrospective study including all patients ≥ 75 years and treated with sorafenib for advanced HCC between January 2010 and March 2014. Results Of the 51 patients included (median age: 78 years, range:...
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Background: To assess the efficacy of a patient educational program built according to guidelines that aims at reducing cancer-related fatigue (CRF). Methods: Randomised controlled trial, multicentre, comparing a patient education program, vs the standard of care. Patients were adult cancer outpatients with any tumour site. The primary outcome w...
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The present review gives an overview of systematic reviews published in peer reviewed Journals analysing quality of reporting in oncology studies. PUBMED and Cochrane library were searched to identify systematic reviews assessing quality of reporting for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and observational studies (OBS). Recommendations and primar...
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Proceedings of Réanimation 2017, the French Intensive Care Society International Congress Paris, France. 11–13 January 2017 https://annalsofintensivecare.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s13613-016-0223-8
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Objectives: Adult patients with refractory/relapsed ALL have poor survival outcomes with current chemotherapies. We aimed to determine safety and efficacy of lenalidomide, an oral immunomodulator, in these patients. Methods: This phase 1/2 trial (EUDRACT # 2009-009372-13) included 10 patients who received 28-day cycles of oral lenalidomide 25 mg...
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Objectifs La suppression androgénique est responsable de nombreux effets secondaires : bouffées de chaleur, diminution de la force musculaire, ostéoporose, baisse de la libido, troubles métaboliques. L’objectif principal était d’établir un « diagnostic éducatif », en explorant les connaissances du patient sur sa maladie et sur les effets secondaire...
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Objectifs L’information préopératoire d’onabotulinum toxine A (Botox®) intradétrusorien comporte de multiples aspects importants à comprendre et à retenir par le patient. L’objectif de cette étude était d’identifier de façon prospective, par la méthode du consensus formalisé Delphi, les items de l’information préopératoire patient indispensables av...
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Background: Quality of reporting for Randomized Clinical Trials (RCTs) in oncology was analyzed in several systematic reviews, but, in this setting, there is paucity of data for the outcomes definitions and consistency of reporting for statistical tests in RCTs and Observational Studies (OBS). The objective of this review was to describe those two...
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PURPOSE Whether neutropenia has an impact on the mortality of critically ill cancer patients remains controversial, yet it is widely used as an admission criterion and prognostic factor. METHODS Systematic review and meta-analysis. Studies on adult cancer patients and intensive care units were searched on PubMed and Cochrane databases (2005-2015)....