Ilaria Montagni

Ilaria Montagni
University of Bordeaux · Bordeaux Population Health Research Center UMR1219

PhD

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Introduction
Health Communication Researcher for the i-Share project. Currently working on Internet and new technologies for young people's health. Pedagogical Engineer for the Graduate Program in Digital Public Health.
Additional affiliations
February 2014 - February 2022
University of Bordeaux
Position
  • Research Associate
September 2012 - December 2013
Sorbonne Université
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  • PhD Student
January 2011 - December 2013
University of Verona
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (83)
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Background: Many countries around the world have developed mobile phone apps capable of supporting instantaneous contact tracing to control the Covid-19 pandemic. In France, a few people have downloaded and are using the StopCovid contact tracing app. Reasons for this low uptake are unexplored. Students in the health domain are especially concerned...
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Objective To perform a critical review of studies examining the relation between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and substance use (SU) among university students. Methods Observational studies reporting SU of university students for whom ACEs were assessed were identified using PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO & ERIC and Web of Science from January 1...
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Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy among young adults is a current public health issue that needs to be addressed considering the seasonally driven waves of disease and the administration of vaccine boosters. As a prevention measure, the EU Covid certificate had been implemented to increase vaccine uptake, but its application was controversial. Our study i...
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Background: Mental health literacy is a determinant of mental health, which can facilitate early detection of psychological problems and endorse timely access to care. Instruments to measure mental health literacy exist, but not in French. Assessment of mental health literacy in young adults is essential to tailor appropriate educational intervent...
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Vaccination hesitancy is an important barrier for the effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic. Identifying determinants of COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy is essential in order to reduce mortality rates. Further, given the variability of the factors and the different recommendations used in each country, it is important to conduct cross-country r...
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BACKGROUND The use of the Internet to look for information about vaccines has skyrocketed in the last years, especially with the Covid-19 crisis. Digital vaccine literacy refers to understanding, trust, appraisal and application of vaccine-related information online. OBJECTIVE To develop a tool measuring digital vaccine literacy and assess its psy...
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Background Cannabis use in university students is associated with academic achievement failure and health issues. The objective of the study was to evaluate the association between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms and cannabis use after 1 year among students according to previous cannabis use. Methods Students in France wer...
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Objectives : To report the characteristics of vaccine-hesitant individuals in a French-speaking adult population in the context of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic; and to identify predictors of hesitancy about Covid-19-related vaccines. Methods : Between April and May 2020, 1640 French-speaking adults participating in an online cohort were classified acco...
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Objective To assess whether the French “Amis aussi la nuit” (“Friends also at night”) campaign on peer-support concerning binge drinking and cannabis use in a party setting reached young adults aged 17–25 years, and how it was perceived by them. Methods A posttest evaluation of the campaign using a mixed-methods design was performed. Quantitative...
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Mental health literacy (MHL) is a determinant of psychological well-being in young people. A random-ized controlled design was used to evaluate the appreciation and effectiveness of an interactive video on French University students' MHL (knowledge about depression and suicidal behavior, mental health help-seeking behaviors, stigma and misconceptio...
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Objectives To estimate the effect of student status on mental health condition during COVID-19 general lockdown in France. Design Cross-sectional analysis comparing students and non-students recruited in the same study. Setting Participants of the web-based CONFINS study implemented during the general lockdown in France in spring 2020. Participa...
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Background: In October 2017, France adopted the Nutri-Score label as the official food label to display on industrial food packaging. School mass catering is recognized as a substantial contributor to individual diet. Objective: Evaluating the impact of the food label Nutri-score on food choices of students at a school self-service restaurant and...
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Résumé Introduction Malgré sa fréquence et sa pénibilité, la fatigue reste insuffisamment prise en charge en oncologie. En l’absence de traitement médicamenteux efficace, les interventions non pharmacologiques occupent une place thérapeutique essentielle. Elles sont toutefois mal connues des professionnels qui manquent de repères pour orienter en...
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Background During the Covid-19 pandemic fake news has been circulating impacting on the general population’s opinion about a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2. Health literacy measures the capacity of navigating health information. Methods We used data from a prospective national online cohort of 1647 participants. Descriptive statistics, Chi2 and AN...
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Objectif Explorer la relation longitudinale entre insomnie/somnolence et symptômes anxio-dépressifs chez les étudiants à l’université. Méthodes Étude de cohorte prospective longitudinale. L’insomnie et la somnolence étaient mesurées par des items dérivés de la PSQI, les symptômes anxieux par la STAI-Y ou la GAD-7 et les symptômes dépressifs par la...
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Background: Many countries around the world have developed mobile phone apps capable of supporting instantaneous contact tracing to control the Covid-19 pandemic. In France, a few people have downloaded and are using the StopCovid contact tracing app. Among them, students in the health domain are especially concerned. Exploring their usage and opi...
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BACKGROUND Many countries worldwide have developed mobile phone apps capable of supporting instantaneous contact tracing to control the COVID-19 pandemic. In France, a few people have downloaded and are using the StopCovid contact tracing app. Students in the health domain are of particular concern in terms of app uptake. Exploring their use and op...
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Background Depressive disorders in University students have risen dramatically in the past few decades to the extent that students’ mental health has become a current global public health priority. Obtaining information from University students about their mental health is challenging because of potential embarrassment of disclosing one’s concerns...
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Background Covid-19 pandemic and its consequences have raised fears of its psychological impact. The objective of this study was to estimate the effect of student status on mental health conditions during Covid-19 general lockdown among adults in France. Methods Using cross-sectional data of the Confins cohort, we estimated the effect of student s...
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Objectives: To investigate authors' awareness and use of authorship guidelines, and to assess their perceptions of the fairness of authorship decisions. Design: A cross-sectional online survey. Setting and participants: Corresponding authors of research papers submitted in 2014 to 18 BMJ journals. Results: 3859/12 646 (31%) researchers respo...
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Introduction The representation of the minor in advertisements is a topic that is scarcely studied and reflected in the bibliography, in social paediatrics as well as audio-visual communication. The aim of the present study is to describe how the minor is represented in the publicity that is conveyed through the internet, and whether or not that re...
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The association between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and suicidal ideation has been the focus of recent research interest among youths and young adults. However, the role perceived stress plays in this association is unclear. We investigated whether perceived stress accounts for the association between ADHD and subsequent suicida...
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Aims : To investigate the association between the use of anxiolytic/hypnotic drugs and suicidal thoughts and/or behavior (STB) in students. Methods : 12,112 participants who completed the baseline questionnaire in the i-Share cohort between April 2013 and March 2017 were included. STB were defined at inclusion as suicidal thoughts over the previou...
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Based on the mixed-methods approach using Grounded Theory, the present study described French University students’ sport practice and explored their perceptions of sport and physical activity. A representative sample of 508 students completed a self-administered questionnaire and 27 of them were further individually interviewed. We analyzed frequen...
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Background: Depressive disorders in University students have risen dramatically in the past few decades to the extent that students’ mental health has become a current global public health priority. Obtaining information from University students about their mental health is challenging because of potential embarrassment of disclosing one’s concerns...
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Background: Depressive disorders in University students have risen dramatically in the past few decades to the extent that students’ mental health has become a current global public health priority. Obtaining information from University students about their mental health is challenging because of potential embarrassment of disclosing one’s concerns...
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Background: Depressive disorders in University students have risen dramatically in the past few decades to the extent that students’ mental health has become a current global public health priority. Obtaining information from University students about their mental health is challenging because of potential embarrassment of disclosing one’s concerns...
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Background: Depressive disorders in University students have risen dramatically in the past few decades to the extent that students’ mental health has become a current global public health priority. Obtaining information from University students about their mental health is challenging because of potential embarrassment of disclosing one’s concerns...
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Objectives This study aimed to identify which are the socio-demographic factors that can describe health information users’ profiles in Europe and assess which are the factors distinguishing users and non-users and their association with the use of health-related online information.Methods Data from the Flash Eurobarometer No. 404 (2014) was analys...
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Objective: To assess the effect and transferability of a workplace food labeling intervention. Methods: Employees' purchase of food items in cafeterias of an international company was monitored in six intervention sites (one in France and five in the United States [US]) where green-labels were displayed in healthy food items. One cafeteria in Fr...
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BACKGROUND Given the fast ongoing progression of the Internet and the increase in health information available from disparate sources, it is important to understand how these changes impact the online health information-seeking behavior of the population and the way of managing one’s health. OBJECTIVE This paper aims at describing the evolution of...
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Background Given the rapid ongoing progression of the internet and increase in health information available from disparate online sources, it is important to understand how these changes impact online health information-seeking behavior of the population and the way of managing one’s health. Objective This paper aims at describing the evolution of...
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Background: Vaccine hesitancy is a growing threat to population health, and effective interventions are needed to reduce its frequency. Digital gamification is a promising new approach to tackle this public health issue. Objective: The purpose of this scoping review was to assess the amount and quality of outcomes in studies evaluating gamified...
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Digital strategies for dissemination to decision makers of the results of the researchers in the public health field
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Background Due to their impact on premature mortality and long-term disabilities, a better understanding of health risk behavior (HRB) determinants among college students is crucial in order to build the most appropriate prevention tools. Although self-esteem appears to be a relevant candidate, a clear picture summarizing its multiple links with HR...
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Introduction: The representation of the minor in advertisements is a topic that is scarcely studied and reflected in the bibliography, in social paediatrics as well as audio-visual communication. The aim of the present study is to describe how the minor is represented in the publicity that is conveyed through the internet, and whether or not that r...
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Introduction La littérature scientifique et les médias s’intéressent fréquemment à la santé mentale des étudiants en médecine. Il n’est cependant pas clair qu’elle soit plus préoccupante que celle des étudiants d’autres filières. Cette étude avait pour objectif de comparer la santé mentale des étudiants en médecine et des étudiants d’autres filière...
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BACKGROUND Vaccine hesitancy is a growing threat to population health, and effective interventions are needed to reduce its frequency. Digital gamification is a promising new approach to tackle this public health issue. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this scoping review was to assess the amount and quality of outcomes in studies evaluating gamified digi...
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Online surveys are increasingly used to investigate health conditions, especially among young people. However, this methodology presents some limitations including item nonresponse concerning sensitive and knowledge-related questions. This study aimed to suggest latent class analysis as the methodology to statistically deal with item nonresponse da...
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Objectives: This study aimed to describe a workplace intervention to sensitize employees to sleep problems, and to evaluate the medium-term impact of this intervention on participants’ sleep status. Methods: Employees of different sites (China, France, Spain, United Kingdom) of a multinational company were offered a face-to-face session on sleep h...
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Aims: There is a need of more quantitative standardised data to compare local Mental Health Systems (MHSs) across international jurisdictions. Problems related to terminological variability and commensurability in the evaluation of services hamper like-with-like comparisons and hinder the development of work in this area. This study was aimed to p...
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Introduction: Mental health problems are common among students at university, representing a major public health concern. The internet and new technologies are widely used by students and represent a significant resource to them for mental health information and support. Aim: The aim of this systematic review is to summarize and critique studies o...
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Les technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) font partie intégrante de la vie quotidienne des jeunes adultes et particulièrement des étudiants inscrits dans l’enseignement supérieur qui les utilisent largement dans le cadre de leurs études. En France, la quasi-totalité des 15-30 ans sont des internautes et la moitié d’entre eux on...
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Objective: To examine the associations between sleep problems and mental health dimensions in university students, and the effect of sex on these associations. Participants: Self-reported survey data from 3,483 students aged 18–30 years was drawn from a larger web-based study (i-Share) conducted in France in the years 2013–2017. Methods: We perform...
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AIMS: There is a need of more quantitative standardised data to compare local Mental Health Systems (MHSs) across international jurisdictions. Problems related to terminological variability and commensurability in the evaluation of services hamper like-with-like comparisons and hinder the development of work in this area. This study was aimed to pr...
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Introduction: Now-a-days there are several therapeutic techniques in hospitals and multiple factors that can modify the measurements for treatments. Health professionals should have objective information, in terms of reliability for therapeutic decisions. In our area exist different methods for the treatment of the prostate cancer via external radi...
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Background Suicidal ideation and suicidal risk assessment are major concerns for health professionals. The perception of a low level of parental support is a risk factor for suicidal tendencies among adolescents, but little is known about its long-term impact on the vulnerability to suicidal behavior in young adults. We investigated whether the per...
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This study describes the production and evaluation of an online video explaining health insurance functioning to university students in France. The video was produced by a multidisciplinary team following a design thinking approach. A qualitative evaluation was performed using semi-structured interviews with 30 students. Results showed that, after...
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This work argues about using co-creation and related design thinking approach in research. As a shared creativity/creation process, design thinking has both advantages and disadvantages, which are illustrated here through the description of two Health Communication research projects. The ideological, ethical and societal aspects of co-creation and...
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Background: During university, students face some potentially serious health risks, and their lifestyle can have a direct effect on health and health behaviors later in life. Concurrently, university students are digital natives having easy access to the internet and new technologies. Digital health interventions offer promising new opportunities...
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Comparing mental health systems across countries is difficult because of the lack of an agreed upon terminology covering services and related financing issues. Within the European Union project REFINEMENT, international mental health care experts applied an innovative mixed “top-down” and “bottom-up” approach following a multistep design thinking s...
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University students face for their first time the necessity to find and access health services on their own. Information on health services is easily available online, but young people have difficulties with evaluating its trustworthiness and navigating multiple choices. We produced a digital information tool in the form of an interactive map displ...
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Prompt and appropriate health-seeking behaviour among young people is a public health priority worldwide. However, data indicate that non-health-seeking behaviour is common among young adults who are particularly likely to avoid and delay medical care. Our study investigates this phenomenon through an interdisciplinary mixed-methods approach. Quant...
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Background: The contribution of mental health to the risk of smoking is increasingly acknowledged but still insufficiently studied during the key period of student life. In particular, the simultaneous action of stress and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms on the risk of smoking remains poorly understood. Aims: To assess t...
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L'université de Bordeaux a diffusé en début d'année le MOOC "Pop-HealtH - Enquêter sur la santé : comment ça marche ?" Plus de 3200 personnes ont suivi ces cours en ligne, gratuits et accessibles facilement, de janvier à avril 2017. Les auteurs reviennent sur cette expérience pédagogique qui a rencontré un vrai succès et qui a contribué à mieux fai...
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Background: University students aged 18-30 years are a population group reporting low access to health care services, with high rates of avoidance and delay of medical care. This group also reports not having appropriate information about available health care services. However, university students are at risk for several health problems, and regul...
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The Internet is a growing source of information for health in general, with university student being online almost daily. Evaluating their use of the Internet for mental health information and support can help understanding if online tools and websites should be used for mental health promotion and, to some extent, care. A survey was conducted with...
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The aim of the present study was to describe the socio-demographic variables associated with the use of the Internet for mental health information-seeking by European university students, including participants’ trust in the Internet, and their use of the Internet in comparison to traditional formal mental health care. A cross-sectional anonymous 2...