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mardi 25 avril 2017

Immersing the Lay Self into Medication Reasoning A Theory of Parental Health Behavior in the Context of Asian Developing Countries

Phuong Nguyen, doctorant du programme ESCP Europe, soutiendra sa thèse dans le cadre de l'Ecole Doctorale de Management Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Titre: "Immersing the Lay Self into Medication Reasoning A Theory of Parental Health Behavior in the Context of Asian Developing Countries"

Cette soutenance est publique et se tiendra le 29 mai à 9 h, ESCP Europe, salle 4310.

Directeur de Recherche : Prof. Jacqueline FENDT

Rapporteurs :

  • M. Sébastien POINT, Professeur des Universités, EM Strasbourg, France
  • Mme. Lan Huong Thi BUI, Professeur, Centre Franco – Vietnamien de formation à la Gestion, Vietnam

Suffragants :

  • Mme. Nada ENDRISSAT, Professeur, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, & University of California - Irvine, CA, U.S.A
  • M. Jean-Pierre HELFER, Professeur, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

    Abstract:

    With this study, we strive to understand patterns of parents’ health behaviors concerning medications for common minor ailments among children in Asian developing countries, which are characterized by unstructured and uncertain health care systems. The study answers the questions of what parents behave toward selecting, obtaining, using, and evaluating medications in children and what the patterns of parental behaviors regarding health care decision-making process are. The study aims to explore and understand the substantive area of parental decision-making and its main concern to develop a theory of parental health behavior for children in an everyday life context in Asian developing countries, principally Vietnam.

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