French general practitioners’ willingness to prescribe mHealth apps and devices: a quantitative study
JMIR mHealth and uHealth (à paraitre)
Analysis of the regulatory, legal, and medical conditions for the prescription of mobile health applications in the United States, the European Union, and France
Medical Devices: Evidence and Research. Vol 2021:14. Pages 389-409.
A Mhealth co-evaluated by physicians and patients integrated to the medical consultation through decision support
Attitudes of General Practitioners Toward Prescription of Mobile Health Apps: Qualitative Study
JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2021;9(3):e21795) doi: 10.2196/21795
Evaluation of automatic annotation by a multi-terminological concepts extractor within a corpus of data from family medicine consultations.
IJMI (Volume 133 January 2020)
ApiAppS: A Project to Study and Help Practitioners in Recommending mHealth Apps and Devices to Their Patients
MedInfo 2019 — Lyon, France — 25-30 August 2019 — 17th World Congress of Medical and Health Informatics
Patients’ Perceptions of mHealth Apps: Meta-Ethnographic Review of Qualitative Studies
JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(7):e13817.
Impact des objets connectés de santé sur la gestion des maladies chroniques
Conférence internationale : Data Value Chain in Science and Territories. CoData France. 14-15 mars 2019. Paris.
The digitally engaged doctor : the discourse and the reality
SGA-SSE-SSA Annual Congr. Zurich. (2018)
The notion of knowledge has a long and contested history in anthropology: starting from early debates on "primitive knowledge" and studies of magic, science and religion, to diverse cognitivist approaches, analyses of the relation between power and knowledge, and ethnographies of science and expertise in the making. As such, one may argue with Boyer that "the problem of 'knowledge' has always been at the center of anthropological attention" (2005: 142).