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See detailCONFINEMENT LIÉ A LA CRISE SANITAIRE COVID-19 : IMPACT DU TÉLÉTRAVAIL CONTRAINT SUR LE BIEN-ÊTRE ET LA PERFORMANCE
Babic, Audrey ULiege; Leclercq, Céline ULiege; Miesse, Florence et al

in Bobillier Chaumon, Marc-Eric; Gangloff, Bernard; Gilbert, Patrick (Eds.) et al Les incidences psycho-sociales et socio-organisationnelles de la crise sanitaire Covid sur le travail et la santé des salariés. (2021, December)

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See detailInterest of a Joint Use of Two Diagnostic Tools of Burnout: Comparison between the Oldenburg Burnout Inventory and the Early Detection Tool of Burnout Completed by Physicians
Leclercq, Céline ULiege; Braeckman, Lutgart; Firket, Pierre ULiege et al

in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2021), 18(19), 10544

Most research on burnout is based on self-reported questionnaires. Nevertheless, as far as the clinical judgement is concerned, a lack of consensus about burnout diagnosis constitutes a risk of ... [more ▼]

Most research on burnout is based on self-reported questionnaires. Nevertheless, as far as the clinical judgement is concerned, a lack of consensus about burnout diagnosis constitutes a risk of misdiagnosis. Hence, this study aims to assess the added value of a joint use of two tools and compare their diagnostic accuracy: (1) the early detection tool of burnout, a structured interview guide, and (2) the Oldenburg burnout inventory, a self-reported questionnaire. The interview guide was tested in 2019 by general practitioners and occupational physicians among 123 Belgian patients, who also completed the self-reported questionnaire. A receiver operating characteristic curve analysis allowed the identification of a cut-off score for the self-reported questionnaire. Diagnostic accuracy was then contrasted by a McNemar chi-squared test. The interview guide has a significantly higher sensitivity (0.76) than the self-reported questionnaire (0.70), even by comparing the self-reported questionnaires with the interviews of general practitioners and occupational physicians separately. However, both tools have a similar specificity (respectively, 0.60–0.67), except for the occupational physicians’ interviews, where the specificity (0.68) was significantly lower than the self-reported questionnaire (0.70). In conclusion, the early detection tool of burnout is more sensitive than the Oldenburg burnout inventory, but seems less specific. However, by crossing diagnoses reported by patients and by physicians, they both seem useful to support burnout diagnosis. [less ▲]

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See detailÉlaborer un référentiel de compétences : réalisation de focus-groupes et analyse par la méthode Sens-Processus-Contenu.
Leclercq, Céline ULiege; Philippe, Eric; Laurent, Julie et al

Conference (2021, June 10)

Ces dernières décennies, les professionnels de la santé ont été confrontés à de nouvelles affections mentales liées au travail. Pour soutenir leur pratique, nous avons élaboré des ressources pour aider ... [more ▼]

Ces dernières décennies, les professionnels de la santé ont été confrontés à de nouvelles affections mentales liées au travail. Pour soutenir leur pratique, nous avons élaboré des ressources pour aider les professionnels à la prise en charge de ces affections, dont un référentiel de compétences en clinique du travail. L’objectif de cette communication concerne la méthode qualitative utilisée pour récolter et analyser les échanges autour de cette problématique à l’origine de la création du référentiel (synthèse des disciplines). Nous avons choisi la méthode du focus-groupe pour récolter les activités et les compétences liées à la clinique du travail. L’objectif était d’intégrer l’aspect multidisciplinaire et les échanges de bonnes pratiques. Pour ce faire, nous avons réparti 19 professionnels de la santé (médecins généralistes et du travail, psychiatres, psychologues cliniciens et/ou du travail) en 3 groupes de 6 à 7 praticiens. Ceux-ci prenaient part à 4 focus-groupes animés par 2 coordinateurs qui ont utilisé différentes techniques telles que l’analyse en groupe, le groupe nominal, la méthode du Sens-Processus-Contenu (SPC) et la technique de l’incident critique. Les échanges ont été retranscrits par les chercheurs. Concernant l’analyse, la méthode SPC (Sinek, 2015) a été utilisée pour déterminer différents niveaux d’action liés à l’activité des praticiens. Nous avons sélectionné dans le discours, les éléments faisant référence au sens (S), c’est-à-dire à(aux) objectif(s) de l’action (le pourquoi ?), au contenu (C) intégrant le comportement en lui-même (le quoi ?) et au processus (P) reprenant les outils, les ressources et les moyens utilisés pour soutenir ce comportement. Nous avons créé un tableau Excel composé de 514 comportements associés à un/des objectif(s) et à différents moyens d’action. Enfin, six cliniciens du travail ont travaillé sur le regroupement des données au sein de compétences distinctes qui ont permis d’élaborer le référentiel. Celui-ci fût ensuite validé par un processus d’itération. [less ▲]

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See detailCompetence profile for the occupational clinician
Leclercq, Céline ULiege; Philippe, Eric; Laurent, Julie ULiege et al

Conference (2020, September)

We aim to explore an innovative competence profile in the area of occupational health psychology, and especially in the diagnosis and follow-up of burnout or other work-related psychological disorders ... [more ▼]

We aim to explore an innovative competence profile in the area of occupational health psychology, and especially in the diagnosis and follow-up of burnout or other work-related psychological disorders. This Belgian project launched in 2019 was funded by the Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health as part of the new burnout initiatives, more particularly that related to the creation of a training program and networking device in occupational clinic. The competence profile was developed according to the needs identified among health professionals: The first need is being able, as occupational clinicians, to self-evaluate and identify the necessary relevant training for their own formation. The second one is checking if their practices are appropriate in the area of occupational health psychology. The next one refers to having a guide to create a training program for both first-line prevention actors (i.e, occupational physician, general practitioner, prevention counsellor) and second-line health professionals (i.e, occupational clinicians). The fourth need was enhancing recognition of the role of the occupational clinician and to protect the activities involved in occupational clinic. Regarding the methodology, 12 focus groups were conducted by 2 animators and transcribed by 2 observers. 19 practitioners were divided into 3 groups of 6-7 practitioners and each group took part in 4 sessions. The objective was to highlight the behaviours implemented in critical situations (e.g. through a clinical case). In order to collect the behaviours, we chose different methods as the group analysis method (Van Campenhoudt, Chaumont & Franssen, 2005), the nominal group (Ouellet, 1987), the SPC (Sens-Process-Content) method (Poncin, 2010) and the focus group method with the critical incident technique (Flanagan, 1954). Concerning the results, we first realized a qualitative analysis, based on the SPC method, which give us 521 behaviours. Secondly, a categorization of these behaviours was carried out with a group of 5-6 occupational clinicians. Finally, based on this categorization, a coordinator and a researcher realized the competence profile. The validation of the profile was based on an iteration process of reviews conducted by all the experts including in this project (project coordinators, psycho-pedagogue, occupational clinicians, scientific committee with representatives of different Belgian universities, pilot committee). This competence profile includes seven skills: therapeutic setting (e.g. legitimacy, professional confidentiality), communication (e.g. with the worker, the health professionals, the prevention actors), network (e.g. how to develop and mobilise the network), diagnosis (e.g. anamnesis, tools, differential diagnosis), follow-up (e.g. work on resources, on demands), return-to-work (e.g. preparation for the return-to-work or for a professional transition) and sensitization (e.g. of the worker, of the hierarchical line). Furthermore, according to the competence profile for occupational psychologists (Wopsy, 2019), these skills are divided into some objectives that include behaviours and abilities. Then, the competence profile was linked to a variety of resources. We also focus on the reflections in terms of practical and pedagogical scopes, the ethical and deontic position of occupational clinicians and the relevance of our competence profile as a guideline for health professionals practising or not yet as occupational clinicians. [less ▲]

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See detailVroegtijdige detectie van burn-out: het belang van het gezamenlijke gebruik van twee diagnostische hulpmiddelen
Braeckman, Lutgart; Hansez, Isabelle ULiege; Leclercq, Céline ULiege et al

in Tijdschrift Klinische Psychologie (2020), 50(4), 296-311

Burn-out blijft een van de grote uitdagingen in de gezondheidszorg. Een vroegtijdige diagnose is aangewezen. Aangezien burn-out heel wat klachten omvat die ook kunnen wijzen op andere aandoeningen, is ook ... [more ▼]

Burn-out blijft een van de grote uitdagingen in de gezondheidszorg. Een vroegtijdige diagnose is aangewezen. Aangezien burn-out heel wat klachten omvat die ook kunnen wijzen op andere aandoeningen, is ook een goede differentiële diagnostiek noodzakelijk. Dit onderzoek vergelijkt de uitkomsten van een tool voor de detectie van burn-out voor artsen met een zelfdetectietool. 127 zelfrapportagevragenlijsten konden gelinkt worden aan de fiches die artsen invulden. Het onderzoek toont aan dat een combinatie van beide tools tot een betere vroegtijdige detectie van burn-out leidt. [less ▲]

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See detailComparison of the OLBI/UBOS and the early detection tool of burnout
Leclercq, Céline ULiege; D'Hulster, Léon; Braeckman, Lutgart et al

Conference (2019, May)

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