Julie Haesebaert

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BACKGROUND In France, it is recommended that girls and women aged 14-23 are vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV). However, French women's knowledge of and attitude towards the vaccine has been little studied. METHODS Thirty-nine general practitioners, representative of those working in the large Rhône-Alpes region, offered a self-administered(More)
INTRODUCTION We aimed to study the relationships between educational level, women's knowledge about cervical cancer (CC), and acceptance of HPV vaccination for their daughters. METHODS We analysed data from a quantitative (self-administrated questionnaire) and qualitative (semi-structured interviews) cross-sectional study performed in 2008 among 1,229(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the perceptions of French patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals on stroke and secondary preventive medications. METHOD A qualitative study was conducted, based on four predetermined topics: stroke, secondary prevention medications, patient's experience, relationship between patient/caregiver and healthcare team. RESULTS(More)
BACKGROUND In acute ischemic stroke (AIS), gray matter (GM) and white matter (WM) have different vulnerabilities to ischemia. Thus, we compared the evolution of ischemic lesions within WM and GM using MRI. METHODS From a European multicenter prospective database (I-KNOW), available T1-weighted images were identified for 50 patients presenting with an(More)
Treatment initiation rates following fragility fractures have often been reported to be low and in recent years numerous programs have been implemented worldwide to increase them. This study aimed at describing osteoporosis (OP) treatment initiation in a representative sample of women who were hospitalized for a distal forearm fracture (DFF) or proximal(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Our aim was to explore whether the mismatch in lesion visibility between b1000 and b0 images is an alternative to mismatch between diffusion-weighted imaging and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery imaging as a surrogate marker of stroke age. METHODS We analyzed patients from the European multicenter I-KNOW database. Independent(More)
BACKGROUND Despite national and local French information campaigns, when acute stroke occurs, waiting times before calling mobile emergency medical services (EMS) to receive appropriate treatment (i.e. thrombolysis) and decrease the risk of physical disability, remain long. We aimed to identify the representations of stroke in the general population and to(More)
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