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Sciences sociales et santé

Sciences sociales et santé

Sciences Sociales et Santé offers a quarterly overview of the major health issues: controlling health expenditure, reimbursement of medical expenses, analysis of health care systems, Aids, handicaps.
Each article appears with a commentary by a specialist in another discipline. The journal thus enables a genuine interdisciplinary debate to take place and constitutes a forum for exchanges between those responsible for health care in France and abroad.

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Volume 41, issue 3, Septembre 2023

Sciences Sociales et Santé: Commentaire

Article Dimensions juridiques de l’employabilité sanitaire
Marion Del Sol, Anne-Sophie Ginon

Article Les logiques sociales du voilement/dévoilement de la maladie. Stigmatisations et discriminations dans le VIH-sida
Anaïk Pian

Article De l’incertitude invalidante et du stress ! Limites de la prise en charge du Covid dans un service hospitalier à Bamako en 2020
Philippe Msellati

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Article The health work of unemployed people: qualitative approach
Dominique Lhuilier, Dominique Gelpe, Anne-Marie Waser

Article Le VIH au long cours : voilements et dévoilements à l’épreuve du temps
Sarah Yvon, Aude Béliard, Laurent Blum, Antoine Bachelard, Jade Ghosn, Marie-Aude Khuong, Sylvie Le Gac, Laïla Loste, Agnès Villemant

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