Jérôme Favrod

Jérôme Favrod
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland · Faculty of Health

Clinical nurse specialist

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Introduction
Promoting the recovery process in people with schizophrenia, and developing psychosocial interventions for the symptoms of those who do not respond fully to medication. Positioning nursing as an interdisciplinary applied science and human service to patients with severe psychiatric disorders. Connecting psychiatric clinics to research and training.
Additional affiliations
January 2016 - October 2016
La Source - Institut et Haute Ecole de la Santé
Position
  • Professor (Full)
June 2009 - present
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
Position
  • Professor (Full)
November 2002 - December 2017
Lausanne University Hospital
Position
  • Medical Professional

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Publications (227)
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Informal caregivers are overlooked, healthcare actors. They are at particular risk of distress and suffer from poor mental health. This study aimed to investigate the perceived stress and modulating factors during the first COVID-19 lockdown in Europe, regardless of the illness that care recipients suffer from. Sociodemographic data, coping resourc...
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Background The dissemination of new interventions in clinical practice remains challenging. E-learning may provide wide access in various settings and allow tailored learning trajectories and an adapted training pace. This study evaluates an online platform to train professionals to lead the Positive Emotion Program for Schizophrenia (PEPS) for pat...
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Résumé Introduction Le dévoilement de soi par les professionnels de la santé est une pratique courante, bien que controversée quant au moment opportun, à l’étendue et au contenu des informations partagées et aux conséquences cliniques. Objectif Cette étude qualitative vise à enquêter sur de dévoilement de soi chez les professionnels de la santé e...
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Purpose: The Joint Crisis Plan (JCP) has received growing interest in clinical and research settings. JCP is a type of psychiatric advance statement that describes how to recognize early signs of crisis and how to manage crises. The purpose of the present study, to our knowledge the first to be conducted on this topic in the French-speaking context...
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SS04 SINTOMI NEGATIVI NELLA SCHIZOFRENIA: NUOVE FRONTIERE DEL TRATTAMENTO Armida Mucci “Nuove frontiere della valutazione dei sintomi negativi nella schizofrenia: il ruolo dell’esperienza soggettiva della mancanza di piacere e di motivazione”. (New frontiers in the assessment of negative symptoms: the role of the subjective experience and motivati...
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Background Exposure to public stigma can lead to stereotype endorsement and resignation, which are constructs related to self-stigma. This latter phenomenon has well-documented deleterious consequences for people living with mental illness. Paradoxically, it can also lead to the empowering reactions of righteous anger and coming out proud. Aim The...
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Favrod J, Nguyen A, Frobert L, Bonsack C: Ce que les TCC nous apprennent sur les délires. Santé Mentale 2020;253:49-53
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Résumé Objectifs Le but de cette étude pilote était de tester la faisabilité et l’acceptabilité de la version française d’un programme animé par des pairs sur le dévoilement à autrui d’informations sur sa maladie pour des personnes atteintes de troubles psychiatriques. Matériel et méthode Honnête, ouvert, prêt (HOP) est un programme court qui inv...
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Introduction Informal caregivers play a major role in the support and maintenance of community patients with severe psychiatric disorders. A pilot study showed that an individualised brief intervention such as the Ensemble programme leads to significant improvements in psychological health state and optimism. Methods and analysis This randomised c...
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Objective Intellectual disability (ID) is described as a general slowness in behavior and an inadequacy in adaptive skills. The present study examines whether behavioral slowness in ID could originate from abnormal complexity in brain signals. Methods Participants (N=29) performed a reaction times (RTs) task assessing their individual information...
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Background: Informal caregivers of people suffering from depressive disorders go through a psychological recovery process. This process is dynamic, deep, catalyzed by hope and optimism and characterized by stages from which specific needs ensue. This study aimed to describe the stages of the psychological recovery process and the level of optimism...
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Delusional beliefs and their behavioral consequences are predominant symptoms in patients with psychosis and play an important role in the treatment. Delusional beliefs are a multidimensional concept which can be divided into three components: distress, preoccupation and conviction of delusions. These can be measured using Peters delusions inventor...
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Objectives: The Beck Cognitive Insight Scale (BCIS) is composed of two subscales, self-reflectiveness and self-certainty, assessing reflectiveness and openness to feedback, and mental flexibility. Delusions have previously been associated with low cognitive insight. The aim of this study was to determine whether changes in BCIS scores predict chan...
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Background: The poor efficacy of drug or psychological treatments on the primary negative symptoms of schizophrenia has led to the development of new interventions. The Positive Emotions Program for Schizophrenia (PEPS) is an emotion regulation strategy training that aims to intensify positive emotions and develop positive performance beliefs. A ra...
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Le questionnaire suivant porte sur vos sentiments à propos de votre vie et de vous même depuis la maladie. Certaines questions concernent les fois où vous ne vous sentez pas trop bien. D'autres questions portent sur les moments où vous vous sentez très bien dans votre vie. Si vous trouvez certaines des questions dérangeantes et que vous avez envie...
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https://c3rp.fr/empowerment-par-le-devoilement-de-soi-j-favrod-a-nguyen/
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Background The Coercion Experience Scale (CES) was designed to measure the psychological impact of psychiatric coercive interventions. The French-language CES was adapted using a translation/back-translation procedure. It consists originally of 31 items and 6 subscores. Aim The goal of this study was aimed to assess the psychometric properties of...
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Favrod J, Nguyen A, Frobert L, Rexhaj S. Psychoéducation individuelle et familiale. In: Dollfus S, (Ed). Les schizophrénie. Paris: Lavoisier; 2019. p. 391-5.
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Harmful consequences of self-stigma in schizophrenia are well established in the literature, but its relationship with symptomatology remains unclear. Self-stigma describes the process by which some patients eventually accept, adhere to and apply to themselves the stereotypes associated with schizophrenia. This study aims to describe self-stigma ex...
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Background: Negative symptoms are frequent in patients with schizophrenia and are associated with marked impairments in social functioning. The efficacy of drug-based treatments and psychological interventions on primary negative symptoms remains limited. The Positive Emotions Programme for Schizophrenia (PEPS) is designed to improve pleasure and m...
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Family members of patients with schizophrenia, especially when they assume caregivers’ positions, experience difficulties to adapt to the situation. To gain insight into these caregivers’ coping style is a challenge to decrease the stress of family members, and in this way, improve patient related outcome. The FCQ (Family Coping Questionnaire) is a...
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Recent years have seen important developments in the computer and game industry, including the emergence of the concept of serious games. It is hypothesized that tools such as games, virtual reality, or applications for smartphones may foster learning, enhance motivation, promote behavioral change, support psychotherapy, favor empowerment, and impr...
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The Savoring Beliefs Inventory (SBI) is a measure designed to assess attitudes toward savoring positive experience within three temporal orientations: the past (reminiscence), the present moment (present enjoyment), and the future (anticipation). The aim of this study was to validate the structure of the SBI—French version. The scale was tested wit...
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Objective: The concept of stigma refers to problems of knowledge (ignorance), attitudes (prejudice), and behavior (discrimination). Stigma may hinder access to care, housing, and work. In the context of implementation of programs such as "housing first" or "individual placement and support" in French speaking regions, validated instruments measuri...
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Paralajmërim Ky libër së pari është bërë për intervenuesit psikiatrikë në bashkësi, që punojnë në vijë të parë me personat të cilët vuajnë nga skizofrenia, do të thotë për infermierët, edukatorët, punëtorët socialë dhe/ose ergoterapeutët. Profesionistë të vijës së dytë zakonisht janë psikiatrit dhe ndonjëherë psikologët. Jemi munduar të ndajmë dhe...
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Objectives This study aimed to assess the acceptability and feasibility of a new tailored intervention for informal caregivers: the Ensemble (Together) program.Methods An open pre–post within-subject comparison pilot study was conducted. Twenty-one informal caregivers completed the five-session Ensemble program. Two measurement tools were used: The...
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The Anticipatory and Consummatory Interpersonal Pleasure Scale (ACIPS), a measure specifically designed to assess hedonic capacity for social and interpersonal pleasure, was used to evaluate the presence of social anhedonia in patients as well as the general population. The first goal of this study was to validate the structure of the French versio...
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Les proches aidants de personnes atteintes de troubles psychiques peuvent présenter un faible niveau de santé, une baisse de qualité de vie et des émotions douloureuses. Or, dans la littérature, un manque de soutien professionnel spécifique centré sur les besoins individuels des proches aidants est identifié. Cette étude descriptive présente une ap...
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Background The present study investigates the possibilities of using heart rate variability (HRV) parameters as physiological markers that precede increase in observed behavioral excitation of intellectually disabled individuals. The ability to recognize or predict such patterns, especially in patients showing unpredictable reactions and language d...
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WHAT IS KNOWN ON THE SUBJECT?: Negative perceptions of illnesses can increase caregivers' use of ineffective coping strategies, which may increase their burdens and distress. Scientific and theoretical framework showed that culture and health organization system influence perception of illnesses and thus also has an impact on the coping strategies...
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L’observance du traitement antipsychotique est souvent faible. Ainsi, deux tiers des participants arrêtent le traitement dans les protocoles d’évaluation clinique en raison de problèmes de tolérance ou d’efficacité. Dans les années 1980, des études ont montré l’intérêt et les limites des méthodes alternatives au traitement antipsychotique de mainti...
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Objectives: To improve engagement with care and prevent psychiatric readmission, a transitional case management intervention has been established to link with primary and secondary care. The intervention begins during hospitalization and ends 1 month after discharge. The goal of this study was to assess the effectiveness of this short intervention...
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Premier ouvrage collectif en français portant spécifiquement sur les psychothérapies des hallucinations, ce livre reflète une avancée thérapeutique significative et attendue. Les hallucinations y sont abordées comme une expérience pouvant s'avérer invalidante et à traiter en tant que telle. Qu'elles surviennent chez l'enfant, l'adulte ou le sujet â...
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La thérapie cognitive et comportementale propose différentes techniques d’intervention pour traiter les hallucinations acoustico-verbales lorsqu’elles ne répondent pas au traitement neuroleptique. Il s’agit d’une approche centrée sur le patient, construite dans le cadre d’une relation collaborative et qui procède par expérimentation. La TCC a comme...
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Objectives: The efficacy of drug-based treatments and psychological interventions on the primary negative symptoms of schizophrenia remains limited. Recent literature has distinguished negative symptoms associated with a diminished capacity to experience, from those associated with a limited capacity for expression. The positive emotions program f...