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Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health: an Innovative Tutoring Project in Europe

Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health: an Innovative Tutoring Project in Europe

Laurence Fond-Harmant, Jocelyn Deloyer (dir.), Employment, Training and Research in Psychiatry and Mental Health: an Innovative Tutoring Project in Europe, Paris, L'Harmattan, coll. « Logiques sociales », 2017, 241 p., Preface by Pr. Saverio Stranges and Dr. Marc Graas, ISBN : 978-2-343-13127-6.
Notice publiée le 06 mars 2018

Présentation de l'éditeur

During the last decades major changes were observed in psychiatry practice especially with regards to rehabilitation and reintegration. The TuTo program was initiated to respond to the needs of the psychiatry and mental health fields while enabling an exchange and interaction between professionals and researchers from ten European countries. This publication illustrates the current challenges the young professionals are facing throughout their lives.
This book was first published in French as Emploi, formation et tutorat en santé mentale. Des innovations nécessaires en Europe in 2017. 

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Auteurs

Laurence Fond-Harmant (dir.)

Laurence Fond-Harmant, PhD, is a Doctor of Research in Sociology of Health. She conducts studies in Public Health and Mental Health Promotion. She teaches sociology of health organisations at the University of Paris 13, Sorbonne Paris Cité.

Jocelyn Deloyer (dir.)

Jocelyn Deloyer holds a master in Social and Occupational Psychology and a master in Management of Helthcare Institutions. He's the coordinator of the project "European TuToring Process in Psychiatry and Mental Health", called TuTo.

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