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La Moselle ensauvagée - UVED

La Moselle ensauvagée - De l’eau et des forêts dans la vallée de la Moselle ou le retour d’une dynamique naturelle est une ressource pédagogique en écologie proposée par Annik Schnitzler (Université de Lorraine), Laurent Schmitt (Université de Strasbourg), Gabrielle Thiébaut (Université de Rennes 1), Jean-Michel Gobat (Université de Neuchâtel) et Claire Arnold (Université de Neuchâtel et de Lausanne).Cette ressource a reçu le prix Medea Awards 2016 pour la meilleure utilisation des médias dans l'enseignement supérieur. Sur une dizaine de kilomètres, ...
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Randomised controlled trials, health agencies and consumer organisations

Randomised controlled trials, health agencies and consumer organisations: the case of Intrinsa and FlibanserinRandomized controlled trials (RCT) are now considered the ‘gold standard’ of clinical evidence (Timmermans, Berg, 2003), providing scientific and clinical proof, opening the door to the approval of new treatments by local health agencies, and legitimizing the use of a treatment. The studies of male circumcision for HIV prevention in several countries in Southern Africa constitute one of the clearest examples of such a use of RCTs by international public health agencies (WHO, UNAIDS), who here based the development of a public health recommendation on the publication ...
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Samples as Sentinels : Anticipating Emerging Diseases at the Human/Animal Interface

Samples as Sentinels : Anticipating Emerging Diseases at the Human/Animal InterfaceRecent works have been produced at the crossroads of medical anthropology and science studies on the conservation of human tissues in biobanks (Radin 2013). These biobanks allow to answer questions that had not been formulated at the time of the sampling. They also meet the challenge of the extension of consent over the time of clinical research (Weir and Olick 2004). The notion of informed consent is problematic when it is applied to populations who don’t conceive one’s body in terms of individual property. How are these problems reformulated when samples ...
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The medicalization of male sexuality and the creation of public policies in Brazil

The medicalization of male sexuality and the creation of public policies in BrazilThis research deals with the medicalization of male sexuality considering two distinct historical processes. The first one refers to the great movement for intervention on male sexuality occurred in the early twentieth century in Brazil around the syphilis and the broader fight against venereal diseases. The second concerns the medicalization of sexuality through a focus on erectile dysfunction and the so called andropause and the creation of a new and inescapable pharmacology of sex in the transition to the twenty-first century. The theoretical approach is based on anthropology ...
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The rise of cost-effectiveness evidence in global health

The rise of cost-effectiveness evidence in global health: contingencies of ‘context’ and the politics of contingency The development and implementation of health policies in developing countries have become increasingly driven by the practices of research communities, inter- and non-governmental organisations, and donor agencies operating at the global level.  As part of this shifting landscape, commentators have noted the permeation of neo-liberal market-principles into global health with the rise of “philanthrocapitalism” and public-private partnerships, starting mostly in the 1990s. Thus, critics argue that the concurrent rise in demand for experimental evidence of cost-effectiveness reflects not simply the superior epistemic truth-value now attributed ...
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