Marianne Bourdon's research while affiliated with Unité Inserm U1077 and other places

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Background The Posttraumatic growth inventory (PTGI) aims to assess the positive psychological changes that individuals can perceive after a traumatic life event such as a cancer diagnosis. Several French translations of the PTGI have been proposed, but comprehensive data on their psychometric properties are lacking. This study aimed to provide a m...
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Purpose Patient autonomy is a key concept in medical ethics, which consists of recognizing each person as a free individual capable of judging and determining for himself or herself. The objectives of this study were to describe digestive cancer patients’ desire for autonomy in therapeutic decision-making and to identify variables associated with t...
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Introduction Le cancer est un événement traumatique ayant de nombreuses répercussions négatives sur les patients. Parallèlement, il peut aussi résulter en des changements psychologiques positifs perçus chez les individus qui en sont atteints, tels que la modification de leur philosophie de la vie, de leur perception d'eux-mêmes ou encore de leurs r...
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Background Cancer patients (CPs) are considered more vulnerable and as a high mortality group regarding COVID-19. In this analysis, we aimed to describe asymptomatic COVID (+) CPs and associated factors. Methods We conducted a prospective study in CPs and health care workers (HCWs) in 4 French cancer centers (PAPESCO [ PAtients et PErsonnels de Sa...
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Background: Cancer patients may fail to distinguish COVID-19 symptoms such as anosmia, dysgeusia/ageusia, anorexia, headache, and fatigue, which are frequent after cancer treatments. We aimed to identify symptoms associated with COVID-19 and to assess the strength of their association in cancer and cancer-free populations. Methods: The multicenter...
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Background: Cancer patients may fail to distinguish COVID-19 symptoms such as anosmia, dysgeusia/ageusia, anorexia, headache, and fatigue, which are frequent after cancer treatments. We aimed to identify symptoms associated with COVID-19 and to assess the strength of their association in cancer and cancer-free populations. Methods: The prospective...
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Purpose: A diagnosis of breast cancer or melanoma is a traumatic life event that patients have to face. However, their locus-of-control (LOC) beliefs and coping strategies as well as the associations with health-related quality of life (HRQoL) changes over time are still not well known and rarely compared by cancer site. Methods: The objective o...
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Objective: This article presents a comparison of the changes of Posttraumatic Growth (PTG) in breast cancer and melanoma patients over a 2-year follow-up period and investigates the associations between coping strategies, anxiety, depression, emotional functioning, and PTG over time. Method: Seventy-eight early stage melanoma patients from Nante...
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Introduction Le retour au travail après un mélanome est une problématique quotidienne pour nos patients. La question étant « Comment poursuivre son parcours de vie affective, familial, socioprofessionnel après le cancer ? ». Dans le cadre de l’étude longitudinale des changements comportementaux, économiques et sociologiques après un cancer (ELCCA I...
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Introduction Les recherches longitudinales étudiant l’évolution de la qualité de vie liée à la santé suite à un diagnostic de cancer portent principalement sur un seul type de cancer. Peu de données sont disponibles à propos de potentielles différences selon le type de tumeur. La présente étude vise à comparer les changements de la qualité de vie l...
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Cancer creates fear and existential questionings which can result in a change of spirituality. Spirituality as a coping process can engender positive transformations (spiritual growth) as well as negative ones (spiritual decline). Although previous studies indicated that spiritual transformations are directly linked to the emotional component of su...
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La recherche en sciences humaines et sociales (SHS) s’est considérablement développée ces dernières années dans le domaine de la cancérologie, avec prioritairement le développement de la recherche en psychologie qui est la seule discipline des SHS qui propose une activité d’intervention clinique avec des psychologues de terrain et une activité de r...
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Purpose: Longitudinal studies addressing change in health-related quality of life (HRQoL) following a diagnosis of cancer have mainly focused on a single cancer type, and little is known about the differences in HRQoL over time according to the type of tumor. The current study aims to compare the change in HRQoL over 2 years following breast cance...
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Do people treat horoscopes as mere entertainment, or does reading horoscopes have more substantial consequences? Building upon research on the expectancy effect as well as on literature highlighting the influence of astrology on individuals, we hypothesized that reading positive versus negative horoscopes would affect people’s perceptions, emotions...
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Background: While coping has been found to have time-lagged effects on psychological adjustment in cancer patients, studies addressing this issue are missing in melanoma patients. Objective: The aim of this study was to provide more insight into the links between coping strategies at the time of diagnosis and quality of life (QOL) 2 years later...
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Introduction Le diagnostic d’un cancer peut occasionner des changements dans la spiritualite. Le patient peut se tourner vers elle (croissance spirituelle) ou au contraire s’en detourner (declin spirituel). Bien que correles aux emotions, on ignore si ces changements sont lies au bien-etre et via quels liens. Nous avons mene une etude prospective,...
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Introduction La notion de coping regroupe l’ensemble des stratégies cognitives et comportementales d’adaptation ou d’ajustement mises en place dans le but de faire face à une situation stressante. L’effet différé dans le temps de ces stratégies sur la qualité de vie de patients atteints de mélanome n’a presque pas été étudié. Le but de cette étude...
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Dans le but de décrire les facteurs motivant le choix des femmes à opter pour une prise en charge chirurgicale de leur cancer du sein en secteur traditionnel ou en ambulatoire, 185 patientes ayant bénéficié d’une chirurgie conservatrice ou d’un geste associé à une reconstructionmammaire ont été interrogées dans le cadre d’une enquête exploratoire r...
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Au coeur de débats théoriques et méthodologiques, la spiritualité est un concept psychologique qui suscite depuis quelques années un intérêt grandissant en santé. Dans le but de conduire un travail de recherche sur la spiritualité et le bien-être subjectif, nous avons mené à titre exploratoire 19 entretiens semi-directifs auprès de patients atteint...

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... Studies from developed countries have shown conflicting results regarding seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 among cancer patients. A study in France reported similar SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence between cancer patients and healthcare workers, whereas another study from Spain reported higher SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence among cancer patients [20,21]. Moreover, several studies from Japan, Germany, and Italy reported lower seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 among cancer patients [11,12,22]. ...
... A first analysis (from data collected in January 2021) has shown that (1) COVID (+) prevalence was 8% in CPs and 9.5% in HCWs, (2) symptom combinations were only slightly different between these two cohorts, (3) 32.1% of CPs and 51.6% of HCW had symptoms, and (4) severe outcomes were mainly observed in CPs. 15 This article aims to describe the population of asymptomatic CPs infected by SARS-COV-2 and to better understand any patterns. ...
... On the other hand, physical health deteriorated as compared to baseline, especially in terms of physical role limitations, physical functioning, general health, and vitality. Some previous studies done in smaller cohorts showed similar findings in BC patients (55,56) as well as other types of cancer (57). ...
... The three short versions of the PTGI-SF evaluated in this study (Cann et al., 2010;Kaur et al., 2017;Prati & Pietrantoni, 2014) are derived from the full-length PTGI-21 (Tedeschi & Calhoun, 1996). The PTGI-21 was translated into French by Lelorain (2009) and is commonly used to assess PTG in France (Bourdon et al., 2019;Lelorain et al., 2010;Porro et al., 2020). To avoid redundant items, the participants of this study completed only the full-length PTGI-21 (Tedeschi & Calhoun, 1996). ...
... Changes in global religious or spiritual meaning in cancer survivorship are also common [98]. Bourdon and her colleagues found melanoma cancer patients reported having become more spiritual and developed a stronger sense of the sacred directing their lives; however, survivors also reported believing less strongly in their faith or feeling spiritually lost because of their cancer [108]. Interestingly, these two directions of perceived change were uncorrelated in a sample of survivors of a variety of cancers, although positive spiritual transformations were related to higher levels of emotional well-being and quality of life, while negative spiritual transformations were inversely related to well-being and quality of life [109]. ...
... It highlights a myriad of critical touch points leading to an alteration in the perception of care on which the institutions need to pay special attention. This research Revue Gestion & Management public | Vol. 8, n°2 -2020 du cancer chez les patientes atteintes d'un cancer du sein), sur les choix de prise en charge ou encore sur la qualité de vie (Bonnaud-Antignac et al., 2015 ;Bourdon et al., 2016 ;Bonnaud-Antignac et Bourdon, 2017). Bien que ceux-ci apportent un éclairage sur le comportement des patients sous un angle psychologique, ils ne permettent pas d'aborder le parcours patient dans sa globalité ni de repérer leurs besoins à chacune des étapes du parcours. ...
... Miller (1983) highlighted the impact of horoscopes by saying that people change their behaviour after reading the horoscope. The study of Clobert, Van Cappellen, Bourdon, and Cohen (2016) concluded that the reading of positive and negative horoscope predictions have effects on perceptions, emotions, cognitions, and creativity. According to Adorno (1957) and Svensen and White (1995), people make important decisions about their love life, their career, or their finance by reading their horoscope. ...
... To assess the psychometric properties of the revised French version of the PTGI (version 2), we used the data collected within the ELCCA cohort (ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02893774) [35]. ELCCA is a longitudinal study conducted in France on patients recently diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer or melanoma at the Nantes Cancerology Institute (for breast cancer patients) and the Department of Onco-Dermatology of Nantes University Hospital (for melanoma patients). ...
... An important aspect for patients who suffer from advanced cutaneous melanoma is the impact of the skin- [25]. Hence, in addition to the cosmetic effect, it is worth paying attention to the fear of recurrence and distress from the widespread of the nodules within the skin as well as ulceration and pain of the advanced cutaneous metastases [26]. ...
... However, these constitute points of attention for health professionals. The rare works which have been interested in the patient's pathway have mainly focused on the psychological effects of a diagnosis (such as that of cancer in patients with breast cancer), on the management choices or also on the quality of life (Bonnaud-Antignac et al., 2015;Bourdon et al., 2016;Bonnaud-Antignac and Bourdon, 2017). Although these shed light on the behavior of patients from a psychological perspective, they do not make it possible to approach the patient pathway as a whole or to identify their needs at each stage parcours de ces patientes, étape de découverte, étape d'examen et étape de suivi et de contrôle, et met en évidence des points de contact critiques qui sont source d'une altération de la perception de la prise en charge et auxquels les institutions de santé doivent porter une attention particulière. ...