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See detailLe modèle des 7 regards
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege

Scientific conference (2019, May 27)

Nous présentons un modèle de supervision « a-disciplines ». Celui-ci permet de travailler différemment sa pratique réflexive, notamment dans les cas complexes (patient, stagiaire, client, …) et ce à ... [more ▼]

Nous présentons un modèle de supervision « a-disciplines ». Celui-ci permet de travailler différemment sa pratique réflexive, notamment dans les cas complexes (patient, stagiaire, client, …) et ce à l’aide de différentes modalités issu du raisonnement et pratiquées en individuel ou en groupe. [less ▲]

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See detailS’inscrire à un MOOC : Indice d’une bonne qualité de vie ?
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege

Scientific conference (2019, May 20)

L’Inventaire Systémique de Qualité de vie (ISQV) peut-il être un outil de référence dans la détection de la détresse psychologique en prévention primaire? Dans le cadre de la loi belge sur la réforme des ... [more ▼]

L’Inventaire Systémique de Qualité de vie (ISQV) peut-il être un outil de référence dans la détection de la détresse psychologique en prévention primaire? Dans le cadre de la loi belge sur la réforme des soins de santé mentale, les psychologues cliniciens seront en charge d’activités de prévention.Une piste! Passer par la santé numérique et un de ses vecteurs, le Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Un fil conducteur! La bienveillance envers soi-même lorsque je veux mettre en place un comportement de santé et le maintenir dans le temps. [less ▲]

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See detailUnderstanding identity and its associated factors in cancer survivorship: A scoping review
Tilkin, Caroline ULiege; Vander Haegen, Marie ULiege; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege et al

Poster (2019, May 14)

Purpose. According to recent studies, the “survivor identity” is potentially a key factor for the psychological well-being of cancer survivors. But what exactly lay behind this concept remains unclear ... [more ▼]

Purpose. According to recent studies, the “survivor identity” is potentially a key factor for the psychological well-being of cancer survivors. But what exactly lay behind this concept remains unclear. The current review aimed to identify existing conceptualizations of the identity and its associated factors in adult cancer survivors. Methods. A scoping review was conducted following PRISMA-ScR guidelines. Three core databases (MEDLINE/Ovid, PsycINFO/Ovid and Scopus) were searched. Relevant studies from January 1985* to July 2018 were screened through a multi-step process guided by two independent reviewers. Results. Fifty-one articles were preliminary included for data extraction: 43% were quantitative studies, 47% were qualitative studies and 10% were mixed-methods design studies. Only 30% of the studies were related to the identification to the survivor’s identity. About 70% of the studies concerned other conceptualizations such as global self-concept (28%) or body image (23%). Quality of life was the most frequently associated factor (more than 26% of the studies). Conclusions. Several clinical (e.g. self-image, quality of life) but also psychosocial (e.g. socialization) factors related to the identity were found. Our results highlighted that identity in cancer survivorship is a complex issue where the survivor identity remains solely one piece of the puzzle. [less ▲]

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See detailVirtual reality: A tool in the treatment of anxiety in stereotaxic radiotherapy?
Gamin, Nicolas ULiege; JANSEN, Nicolas ULiege; COUCKE, Philippe ULiege et al

Poster (2019, May 14)

Stereotaxic radiotherapy (SR) is an effective treatment for many types ofcancer but seems to cause anxiety. The purpose of this study is to determine whether experiencing the medical procedure by using ... [more ▼]

Stereotaxic radiotherapy (SR) is an effective treatment for many types ofcancer but seems to cause anxiety. The purpose of this study is to determine whether experiencing the medical procedure by using immersive virtual video can reduce preoperative anxiety. The experimental group (n=10) received information about the intervention and was exposed three times to the procedure before the SR. Two immersions took place in the days precedingthe intervention and the third took place just before the SR. The control group (n=10) only received information about the intervention. The STAI Y-A scale was used to measure state anxiety before and after each virtual immersion in the experimental group and just before and after the SR in both groups. We observed a similar decrease in anxiety across groups, which did not differ between them. Despite this result, it is important to point out that the experimental group reported a significant decrease in anxiety after the two immersions of day 1. The third immersion was not accompanied by a decrease of it. In conclusion, virtual reality seems useful in the treatment of preoperative anxiety, but its use is not enough to neutralize patient’s anxiety when approaching treatment [less ▲]

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See detailTo combine a MOOC to a regular face-to-face course – A study of three blended pedagogical patterns
Defaweux, Valérie ULiege; Delbrassine, Daniel ULiege; Dozo, Björn-Olav ULiege et al

in Calise, Mauro; Delgado-Kloos, Carlos; Mongenet, Catherine (Eds.) et al Proceedings of Work in Progress Papers of the Research, Experience and Business Tracks at EMOOCs 2019 (2019)

Since 2016, the University of Liege (Belgium) has been developing MOOCs. To be funded, faculty willing to design a MOOC must commit to making their own local students benefit from this MOOC. The paper ... [more ▼]

Since 2016, the University of Liege (Belgium) has been developing MOOCs. To be funded, faculty willing to design a MOOC must commit to making their own local students benefit from this MOOC. The paper describes 3 ways teachers used to fulfil their obligation. In all cases, it went through the set-up of new blended instructional designs, whose variations are documented as “pedagogical patterns” candidates. This orderly, visual and comparative presentation of MOOC/on-campus-course junctions is relevant to lecturers in search for renewed teaching/learning practice and to staff development units supporting this pedagogical effort. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Réalité Virtuelle : quel enjeu dans les soins psychologiques en oncologie?
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, November 22)

Que(s) enjeu(x) dans les soins psychologique en oncologie?

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See detailIntolerance of uncertainty in parents of childhood cancer survivors: A clinical profile analysis
Vander Haegen, Marie ULiege; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege

in Journal of Psychosocial Oncology (2018)

Purpose: This research aimed to investigate the psychological adjustment related to the risk factor of intolerance of uncertainty in parents of childhood cancer survivors.Design: Participants were mothers ... [more ▼]

Purpose: This research aimed to investigate the psychological adjustment related to the risk factor of intolerance of uncertainty in parents of childhood cancer survivors.Design: Participants were mothers (N = 45) and fathers (N = 16) of a childhood cancer survivor (from 4 until 6 years of cancer remission). Parents completed measures of intolerance of uncertainty and its associated factors (positive beliefs about worry, cognitive avoidance, rumination, and problem solving), measures of psychological distress (anxiety, depression somatization, and worries), and performed two Stroop tasks. Findings: A substantial subgroup of parents reported clinical levels of psychological distress and 64% reported a significant level of intolerance of uncertainty. Parents presented a high profile for intolerance of uncertainty (generalized anxiety disorder [GAD] profile) were those who had a high level of distress associated with ineffective psychological adjustment. Conclusion: The data are supportive of brief intervention to reduce intolerance of uncertainty. Sensitizing health care professionals to the identification of intolerance of uncertainty and its associated factors is essential for efficient intervention strategies. [less ▲]

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See detailConsidering patients’ empowerment in chronic care management: a multidisciplinary approach
Tilkin, Caroline ULiege; De Winter, Mélanie ULiege; Ketterer, Frédéric ULiege et al

in International Journal of Integrated Care (2018)

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See detailSome novel applications of VR in the domain of health
Grogna, David ULiege; Stassart, Céline ULiege; Servotte, Jean-Christophe ULiege et al

Scientific conference (2018, September 04)

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See detailExperimental investigation of decision-making processes in daily physically active behaviors using a virtual reality set-up
Ruffault, Alexis ULiege; Cloes, Marc ULiege; Schyns, Michael ULiege et al

Poster (2018, August)

Background: Energy expenditure provided by physical activity (PA) can be significantly increased by daily behaviors (stair use, walking). However, factors from the environment, and motivational and ... [more ▼]

Background: Energy expenditure provided by physical activity (PA) can be significantly increased by daily behaviors (stair use, walking). However, factors from the environment, and motivational and volitional processes, tend to impact the decisions when an active solution (stairs) is available at the same time as an inactive solution (elevator). The aim of this study is to identify the decision-making processes implicated in daily PA when time and effort to reach an objective (e.g., a meeting) vary. Methods: 150 healthy adults will be randomized to one of three experiments after filling out questionnaires measuring habits regarding PA, motivational, and volitional factors of PA adoption. Experiment 1 is a first-person 3D interactive movie where 3 actors are waiting at the point-of-decision, where peers’ behaviors and availability of the inactive solution vary. Experiment 2 is a virtual replication of a business school, where previous knowledge of the building and disposition of the stairs (hidden/visible) vary. Experiment 3 is a virtual modified version of the business school where a stairwell and an escalator provide access to the first floor, using implicit (steps on the floor) and explicit (motivational messages) as point-of-decision prompts. Expected results: Results will be analyzed in line with the integrated behavior change model (Hagger & Chatzisarantis, 2014) and the naturalistic decision-making theory (Klein, 2015). Current stage of work: Participants will be contacted for experimentations from February to June 2018. Discussion: Real time decision-making processes will be linked to processes of change regarding PA, allowing for recommendations for future interventional designs. [less ▲]

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See detailSome novel applications of VR in the domain of health
Grogna, David ULiege; Stassart, Céline ULiege; Servotte, Jean-Christophe ULiege et al

in Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018) (2018, August)

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See detailGestion du Stress Professionnel : recul critique sur les procédures d’évaluation
Brouette, Béatrice ULiege; Schumacher, Elena; Bragard, Isabelle ULiege et al

Conference (2018, June 15)

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See detailLa psychologie clinique et l'orthopédagogie clinique. Information et débat
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege; Maillart, Christelle ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, June 01)

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See detailLa qualité de vie d’enfants belges en 1ère secondaire : Liens avec le perfectionnisme et l’estime de soi.
Stassart, Céline ULiege; Mathoul, Justine; Dupuis, Gilles et al

Conference (2018, June)

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See detailParents d’un enfant en rémission de cancer : facteur de vulnérabilité de l’intolérance à l’incertitude dans l’ajustement psychoclinique et cognitif
Vander Haegen, Marie ULiege; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege

in AFPSA: abstract (2018, June)

Introduction. L’ajustement clinique et psychologique des parents d’un enfant en rémission de cancer résulte d’une interaction de facteurs conatifs, cognitifs et psychologiques. Cette recherche examine le ... [more ▼]

Introduction. L’ajustement clinique et psychologique des parents d’un enfant en rémission de cancer résulte d’une interaction de facteurs conatifs, cognitifs et psychologiques. Cette recherche examine le rôle du facteur de vulnérabilité de l’intolérance à l’incertitude (II) dans l’ajustement psychoclinique des parents. Méthode. 61 parents d’un enfant en rémission de cancer (min. 4 années à max. 6 années et 11 mois avec une chimiothérapie néo-adjuvante durant les soins) participent à l’étude. La présente étude est longitudinale et quasi expérimentale combinant des questionnaires relatifs au modèle de l’intolérance à l’incertitude, à la détresse clinique (ex. inquiétudes, symptômes anxieux) et deux tâches neuropsychologiques (Stroop test/Stroop émotion). Résultats. Les résultats descriptifs confirment l’existence d’une détresse clinique durable dans le temps ainsi que la présence du facteur de vulnérabilité d’II. Les modèles corrélationnels démontrent une relation positive entre le facteur d’II et les niveaux de détresse du parent (p < 0.05). Les modèles de régression et de médiation montrent l’effet de l’II entre l’ajustement clinique du parent et le processus attentionnel d’orientation de l’attention sélective envers les stimuli négatifs (p < 0.05). Les analyses des mesures répétées (ANOVA) décrivent une stabilité du niveau d’intensité de l’II au cours du temps avec un maintien de stratégies comportementales et cognitives inadaptées (p < 0.05). Enfin, les analyses de modération ne démontrent aucun effet d’interaction du sexe et du temps de rémission sur le niveau d’II et celui de ses facteurs de maintien (p > 0.05) permettant d’appréhender le facteur de risque d’II comme d’un facteur idiosyncratique. Conclusions. Cette étude souligne l’importance de détecter l’intensité de l’II chez le parent dès l’entrée de l’enfant dans le circuit des soins oncologiques. Cette recherche fournit des pistes d’intervention futures dans l’intégration du modèle de l’intolérance à l’incertitude dans la prise en charge globale du parent afin d’améliorer son ajustement psychoclinique. Mots-clés : cancer pédiatrique, rémission, ajustement parent, facteur de vulnérabilité, intolérance à l’incertitude [less ▲]

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See detailIntolerance of uncertainty as a vulnerability factor for parents of childhood cancer survivors
Vander Haegen, Marie ULiege; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege

in Abstract Book (2018, May 18)

Background. Increasing survival rates in childhood cancer have yielded a growing population of parents of childhood cancer survivors (CCs). This research aimed to investigate psychological adjustment ... [more ▼]

Background. Increasing survival rates in childhood cancer have yielded a growing population of parents of childhood cancer survivors (CCs). This research aimed to investigate psychological adjustment related to the vulnerability factor of intolerance of uncertainty among parents of CCs. Methods. In a 3-month follow-up study, we assessed the intolerance of uncertainty and its maintaining factors among 61 parents of CCs. Results. Noticeable intolerance of uncertainty rates were found. At both assessments, results showed that this factor was central in the development of anxiety, excessive worries, poor problem orientation, rumination, cognitive avoidance and positive beliefs about worry. Repeated measures (ANOVA) revealed a stability of intolerance of uncertainty over time. Conclusions. Parents who are intolerant of uncertainty are at risk to display dysfunctional behaviours over time. Sensitizing health care professionals to the identification of this factor and its associated difficulties is essential for the implementation of efficient intervention strategies. [less ▲]

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