Stigmate et santé publique
Soins; la revue de référence infirmière 2010 Sep(748): 18-20
Illnesses have always nourished phenomena of stigmatization, to which public health has occasionally contributed. This observation remains true today, in particular for risk-taking behaviour, and signals the emergence of a new preventive strategy: stigmatizing for encouraging behaviour change more greatly But does this strategy not give rise to ethical issues? And is its preventive effectiveness guaranteed?
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