Carolina De Rosis

Carolina De Rosis
French Institute of Health and Medical Research | Inserm · UMR 1123 ECEVE

PhD

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Introduction
Carolina De Rosis is a PhD researcher in Medical Anthropology. She currently works at the Inserm where she has been conducting researches in the field of medical sociology and medical anthropology since 2016. She also realized a PhD thesis about HIV and AIDS in Ethiopia, at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales-Institut des Mondes Africains.

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Introduction: Advanced nursing practice is the subject of a growing number of studies. To date, however, few of them have analyzed the local processes used to implement the functions of advanced practice nurses (APNs). The research presented in this article concerns a pilot project on the precursors of APNs (pre-APNs) in the French healthcare syst...
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A widespread HIV/AIDS epidemic was confirmed in Ethiopia at the beginning of the 1990s. The epidemic has since spread extremely unevenly between one region of the country and another, but is essentially concentrated in the towns, where the HIV prevalence rate is at its highest among young adult women. Various forms of economic and social privation...
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L’auteure étudie les mobilités sociales engendrées par des dispositifs sociosanitaires de prévention et de prise en charge du VIH/sida parmi des femmes séropositives socialement marginalisées résidant dans la ville de Gondär, au nord-ouest de l’Éthiopie. Assujetties à un pouvoir de plus en plus orienté vers la prise en considération des individus s...
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This article views the organization of the fight against HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia as the complex result of the interplay between government strategies and the efforts of affected people themselves to face their condition by seeking care and support. Focusing on the formation of the associations of people living with HIV/AIDS in Addis Ababa and Gondär,...
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This article analyses the experiences of internal mobility of HIV-positive women who at the moment of the ethnographic surveys lived in the city of Gondar, in North Western Ethiopia. The "biographical experiences" of five women who migrated from rural areas and used to live in conditions of social marginality will be placed in the context of a wide...
Conference Paper
This paper analyses discursive and non-discursive practices that participate in the formation of female identities of women who live on the margins of society. We argue that the condition of subalternity, in terms of limited social mobility and exclusion of cultural production, results in complex and ambivalent forms of freedom to cross gender's bo...
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Fondé sur les résultats de deux terrains ethnographiques menés entre novembre 2007 et juin 2009 dans la ville de Gondar, ancienne capitale de l'Éthiopie et chef-lieu du Gondar Zone, cet article offre un aperçu du phénomène de mobilité féminine interne dans le cas spécifique de femmes migrantes vivant avec le VIH. En appréhendant le parcours migrato...

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I would like to ask you some information concerning the position of the Transitional Government of Ethiopia (1991-1995) to manage the epidemic situation. More particularly I am interested in the evolution of the Department of AIDS Control even though it is known that it eventually collapsed (Voelker 2000) and the relations between government and NGOs like MMM that came into action in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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