Lucile Montalescot

Lucile Montalescot
Université de Nîmes | Unimes · Psychology, Languages and History

PhD in Psychology

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September 2020 - present
Université de Nîmes
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Publications (15)
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Background Little is known about psychological issues in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) facing transition to kidney failure and the involvement of their family in decision-making about kidney replacement therapy (KRT). This study investigated patients’ experience of their illness, their views on KRT choice and their perception of the in...
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Les effets délétères de la pandémie sur la santé des étudiants sont désormais largement démontrés. Cependant, certains domaines de recherche sont encore sous-explorés. En effet, 1. La majorité des recherches sont descriptives et n’identifient pas les facteurs impliqués dans ces détériorations de santé ; 2. Les études ont essentiellement été menées...
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While it is now clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the mental health of individuals, especially the most vulnerable ones such as students, we have very little knowledge about the long-term consequences. The objective of this study was to compare the mental health and coping of French university students during the different...
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Background: Dialysis implies huge changes in patients’ lives. Yet, there is a need to better understand patients’ experience in the time following dialysis initiation. Objective: The objective of this study was to investigate patients’ experience of dialysis a year after treatment initiation and the associations between patients’ discourse and thei...
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Background: Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (hEDS) is the most frequent heritable disorder of the connective tissue. This is characterized by a generalized fragility of tissues leading to chronic pain, disability and high levels of psychological distress. Suicidal behaviors in those affected are not uncommon but they have not been well studied....
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The Family Relationship Index (FRI) measures family cohesion, expressiveness and conflict. This study aimed to investigate its reliability and validity in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Confirmatory factor analysis was performed on 1657 patients and on subgroups according to socio-demographics and medical variables. Two items with poor...
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Objective Despite the impact that diagnosis and treatment can have on patients’ sexual health, very little research has been conducted on the impact of colon cancer on sexual health. The aim of this systematic review was to assess the prevalence of sexual dysfunctions in colon cancer and describe the sociodemographic, clinical and psychological cor...
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Introduction : en France, environ 6,6 millions de personnes vivraient avec une maladie rénale et, chaque année, environ 11000 personnes commencent un traitement de suppléance rénale. Les recherches ont montré que la Maladie Rénale Chronique (MRC) peut affecter les patient.e.s mais aussi leur famille. En revanche, l'ajustement à la maladie, notammen...
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Aim: Among the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes, the hypermobile subtype (hEDS) is the most common. The variety, accumulation and duration of the painful symptoms make hEDS a chronic and highly disabling condition. Identifying drivers of pain and mobility disability in hEDS is necessary to provide adapted prevention and intervention programmes. Methods: A c...
Conference Paper
Objectifs : Aujourd’hui, les patients atteints de cancer colorectal rapportent plus de dysfonctions sexuelles que la population générale. Cependant, les recherches se sont jusqu'ici concentrées sur les patients atteints de cancer du rectum car les traitements ont un impact direct sur la sexualité (destruction des nerfs érectiles, sécheresse des muq...
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Introduction/Objective: Despite the frequent co-ocurrence of hypermobile Ehler-Danlos syndrome (hEDS) and pathological anxiety, little is known about the psychosocial and health implications of such comorbidity. Our aim was to explore the association between high levels of anxiety and psychosocial (catastrophizing, kinesiophobia, somatosensory ampl...
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Objective: This systematic review aims to examine the roles of family members (FMs) in treatment decision-making for adult patients without cognitive or psychiatric disorders affecting their ability to participate in decision-making. Methodology: A comprehensive, systematic search of the Cochrane Library, PsycINFO, PubMed and ScienceDirect database...
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Résumé Objectif : La décision médicale partagée est un processus qui permet au patient de participer activement aux décisions médicales. Dans ce cadre, plusieurs études montrent que les proches peuvent avoir une place importante auprès du patient. L’objectif de cette revue systématique est d’explorer la place du partenaire ou de la famille dans la...

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Hello !
I'm looking for articles, books or book chapters on the experience of participants in a qualitative research. I've only found research on the participation to clinical trials so far.
In particular, I'm interested in reflections on participants' reactions when being interviewed and/or situations when interviewees ask questions to the interviewer (e.g., "I've never asked myself this question", "This question is hard to answer, do you ask it to everyone you interview ?" etc.)
Thank you very much for your help !

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