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Séminaire interne du SESSTIM

Date de l'évènement :
à 13:30, (Paris, Europe)
Lieu de l'évènement :
Amphi n°2 - Rez-de-Chaussée Aile Verte - Bât Principal
Adresse :
Faculté de médecine de la Timone, 27 Bd Jean Moulin 13005 MARSEILLE
Organisé par :
Sylvie BOYER, MCU AMU - UMR 1252 Equipe SanteRCom - Site IHU. Jordi LANDIER, CR IRD - UMR 1252 Equipe QuanTIM - Site AMU. Patricia MARINO, Chercheur - UMR 1252 Equipe CANBIOS - Site IPC.
Intervenant :
Professeur d'Anthropologie Médicale à l'Université de Berkeley, Californe et titulaire d'une chaire à l'IMERA (sept 2020 - Juillet 2021). Seth HOLMES nous présentera ses thématiques de recherche lors de ce prochain séminaire. Pour plus d'informations cliquez sur le lien suivant :
Référent :
Julien MANCINI, UMR 1252 - Equipe CanBios
Description :

This project explores the ways in which physicians are trained to perceive and respond to social difference and social inequalities in their apprenticeship for the work of medical care among patients with diverse illnesses, injuries and diseases, including importantly cancers. This work utilizes several years of first-hand, in-depth ethnographic research with medical students, interns, residents and their attending physician and nurse colleagues in order to explore especially the ways in which health professional subjectivation leads to the visibility and invisibility of certain forms of social difference and inequality in relation to health and health care. The proposed book manuscript will analyze and theorize the process of clinical subjectivation – to use Foucault’s term for the production of a particular kind of subject – among medical trainees, specifically focused on the ways in which they are explicitly and implicitly taught to understand and respond to the sociocultural, political and economic categories in which their patients and they themselves are positioned. The book will conclude with a critical consideration of the new framework of “structural competency” as it emerges from the medical social sciences in the U.S. and Europe to impact and intervene in health professional training.