pioneer in the fight
The non-exhaustive list below, which is made up of documents provided by various entities (be they institutional, from the social sciences or civil society), reflects the awareness and the scope of the fight to limit nosocomial risks and associated with health care.
These sources have been and still are the cognitive basis of our reflection and our research.
08 2016 • Article from the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health which reviews all the concepts related to IN.
2010 • PDF file to download: Presentation of South-East CCLIN 2010 report
2011 • The symposium proceedings for the 10th anniversary of GRAPE
2015 • National report by the DGOS of the nosocomial infections dashboard
2016 • National report of the 2016 campaign – Data 2015, report by the HAS of quality and safety of care indicators as part of healthcare-associated infections (ex-Dashboard of Nosocomial Infections)
2006 • Parliamentary Office for evaluating Health Policy: Report on the anti-nosocomial infections policy by Mr. Alain VASSELLE, Senator.
2015 • This new national program for the prevention of healthcare-associated infections (Propias) was developed by the Commission for the Monitoring of Healthcare-Related Infection Prevention (Cospin) Programs , together with the Directorate-General for Health Care (DGOS), the Directorate General for Health (DGS) and the Directorate-General for Social Cohesion (DGCS), under the auspices of the General Secretariat of the Ministries of Social Affairs.
2015 • Surveillance of Accidents with Blood Exposure in French healthcare facilities: the 2015 report concludes the national analysis of the data collected as part of this network since 2002. The results show a steady decline of the AEBs and suggest that the safety of BSs has been clearly improved in recent years. Beyond these very positive results, this surveillance has allowed a better knowledge of the AEBs, an essential step in informing prevention strategies.
Thus, even if this monitoring is no longer a national priority, it remains in the HF where all prevention efforts must be continued.
2015 • Surveillance of accidents with exposure to blood in French healthcare facilities: the 2015 report of the East CCLIN.
2009/4 • Article by Danièle Carricaburu and Dominique Lhuilier entitled “Nosocomial Infections: Is this collective risk being standardized?”
Following discovered antibiotics it led to believe that the age-old fear of hospital infections was going to disappear, but the bacterial resistance nevertheless appeared very quickly and alerted the professionals concerned. However, this problem was only remained in hospital world, until the outbreak of the Sports Clinic case in 1997. In this case, nosocomial infections are switched from the health field to the political one and become collective risk. The aim of this article is to analyze, not the placement on agenda, but some sequences of this problem area, like its various transformations and qualifications. The latest but not the least prefiguration is a return to the social acceptability of this risk.
2000 • “Nosocomial infections and infections during out-of-hospitals care.”: Report adopted at the session of the National Council of the Ordre des Médecins.