dimanche 26 juin 2022

Journée en l'honneur de Vincent Barras

La médecine, l'histoire et l'art

Journée en l'honneur de Vincent Barras
 

Lundi 27 juin 2022

Au Pavillon du Théâtre de Vidy


La journée aura lieu uniquement en présentiel.

L'inscription à toute ou partie de cette journée est obligatoire, au plus tard d'ici le 19 juin 2022. Pour s'inscrire, veuillez envoyer un mail à ihm@chuv.ch



Dès 8h30 Accueil au Pavillon - Théâtre de Vidy

9h00 Introduction
Aude Fauvel, IHM-CHUV & Université de Lausanne
Anne Carol, Université d'Aix-Marseille

9h15 "Avec Vincent, en 300 secondes" | 1
Intervention des doctorant.x.e.s, collègues et ami.x.e.s
Modération: Ralf Jox, IHM-CHUV & Université de Lausanne

10h45 "Avec Vincent, en 300 secondes" | 2
Intervention des doctorant.x.e.s, collègues et ami.x.e.s
Modération: Francesco Panese, IHM-CHUV & SSP, Université de Lausanne

11h45 "De l'IUHMSP aux Humanités", Histoire de l'Institut
Aude Fauvel, Francesco Panese, Magdalena Czartoryjska Meier, Alba Brizzi, IHM-CHUV & Université de Lausanne

12h30 Cocktail dînatoire à la Baraka, Théâtre de Vidy

14h30 Mot de Ralf Jox, directeur de l'IHM dès le 1er août 2022

14h40 "L'histoire de la médecine en et pour la médecine"
Table ronde avec Vincent Barras (Université de Lausanne), Anne Carol (Université d'Aix-Marseille), Leander Diener (Université de Zürich), Laurence Monnais (Université de Montréal), Philip Rieder (Université de Genève), Magaly Tornay (Université de Berne)
Modération: Aude Fauvel, IHM-CHUV & Université de Lausanne, et Hubert Steinke, Université de Berne

16h30 "médecine"
Leçon de deep art de Vincent Barras
Message de Manuel Pascual, Doyen de la Faculté de biologie et de médecine, Université de Lausanne

17h30 Festivités

samedi 25 juin 2022

Le dernier numéro du e. SFHM

e. SFHM

2022. 02

 

Ce nouveau numéro de la e.SFHM s’ouvre avec un article de Benoît Vesselle sur l’histoire des chaises roulantes à propulsion manuelle, sujet central s’il en est pour le maintien de l’autonomie des personnes handicapées pour leurs déplacements. Cette histoire s’étale sur près de quatre siècles, depuis les premiers essais au XVIIe, jusqu’à l’arrivée des fauteuils motorisés, dont l’histoire ne fait que commencer.
Michèle Périssère nous invite ensuite à mieux connaître le musée du Service de santé des armées, au Val-de-Grâce, un des hauts lieux de l’Histoire de la médecine à Paris. Créé pendant la guerre de 1914-1918 par Justin Godard, ce musée dont notre ancien président Jean-Jacques Ferrandis avait dirigé la réorganisation, conserve la mémoire du Service de santé des armées qui a contribué aux progrès de la médecine et de la chirurgie en situation d’urgence, et aussi à diverses prises en charge comme la chirurgie maxillo-faciale, la rééducation fonctionnelle, etc. Sans oublier les médecins militaires de renom, au premier rang desquels Alphonse Laveran, dont on commémore cette année le centenaire de la mort.
Nous rendons enfin, avec Jacques Battin, un hommage à notre regretté collègue, le Pr André Laurent Parodi, qui vient de nous quitter alors qu’il était sur le point de participer aux journées de la SFHM à Arbois, pour le bicentenaire de la naissance de Louis Pasteur.

 

Histoire du fauteuil roulant à propulsion manuelle
Benoît VESSELLE

Les collections du musée du Service de santé des armées (Val-de-Grâce, Paris)
Michèle PÉRISSÈRE

Éloge du Professeur André Laurent PARODI

Jacques BATTIN

vendredi 24 juin 2022

Comment William Harvey a découvert la circulation du sang

‘I Follow Aristotle’:How William Harvey Discovered the Circulation of the Blood

Andrew Cunningham 
 

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Routledge; 1st edition (July 1, 2022)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 180 pages
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1032162232 


This book presents a new interpretation of how and why the discovery of the circulation of the blood in animals was made. It has long been known that the English physician William Harvey (1578–1657) was a follower of Aristotle, but his most strikingly ‘modern’ and original discovery – of the circulation of the blood – resulted from Harvey following Aristotle’s ancient programme of investigation into animals. This is a new reading of the most important discovery ever made in anatomy by one man and produces not only a radical re-reading of Harvey as anatomist, but also of Aristotle and his investigations of animals.

jeudi 23 juin 2022

Communication médecin-patient en médecine chinoise et occidentale

Doctor–patient Communication in Chinese and Western Medicine


Ying Jin

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Routledge; 1st edition (June 22, 2022)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 172 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0367753073
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0367753078


Drawing on naturally occurring doctor– patient conversations in real- life medical consultations, this book analyzes the similarities and differences in doctor– patient communication and patient satisfaction between traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medicine (WM) practiced in China.

Little research is available looking at WM being practiced in Asian countries, and misunderstanding about Eastern medicines such as TCM can result in unwarranted claims and suspicions. This volume contributes to research on doctor– patient communication by exploring the communication behaviors between doctors and older patients who are able to communicate independently in both TCM and WM practiced in mainland China and evaluating patient satisfaction with their medical experiences. The book reports findings and insights from three independent and methodologically diverse studies, drawing on data from 69 real- life medical consultations: 30 from TCM and 39 from WM. Using conversation analysis, the Roter Interaction Analysis System, and both quantitative and qualitative methods, Ying Jin examines the differences between TCM and WM to help reveal the dynamics of doctor– patient interactions, the contextual details, and the impact of the clinical culture on medical communication. This insightful book will appeal to scholars and students from linguistics, language, and health communication as well as medical practitioners interested in doctor– patient communication and intercultural communication.

The findings reported here will shine a light on the relationship between clinical differences, health communication, and patient outcomes.


mercredi 22 juin 2022

Les spas britanniques dans la médecine et la littérature du XVIIIe siècle

Murky waters: British spas in eighteenth-century medicine and literature
 

Sophie Vasset 

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Manchester University Press (June 21, 2022)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 304 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1526159716
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1526159717

 

Murky waters challenges the refined image of spa towns in eighteenth-century Britain by unveiling darker and more ambivalent contemporary representations. It reasserts the centrality of health in British spas by looking at disease, the representation of treatment and the social networks of care woven into spa towns. The book explores the great variety of medical and literary discourses on the numerous British spas in the long eighteenth century and offers a rare look at spas beyond Bath. Following the thread of 'murkiness', it explores the underwater culture of spas, from the gender fluidity of users to the local and national political dimensions, as well as the financial risks taken by gamblers and investors. It thus brings a fresh look at mineral waters and a pinch of salt to health-related discourses.

mardi 21 juin 2022

Le monde d'Ole Worm

The World of Worm: Physician, Professor, Antiquarian, and Collector, 1588-1654
 

Ole Peter Grell 

 

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Routledge; 1st edition (June 21, 2022)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 274 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1032270101
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1032270104


This monograph offers the first comprehensive treatment of the multi-faceted scholarly interests of Ole Worm, professor of medicine at the University of Copenhagen. Scholarship about Worm has focused mainly on Worm’s collecting and the creation of his cabinet of curiosity, the Museum Wormianum, resulting in Worm’s rationale for his research being largely overlooked. Worm shared his many interests with a number of other physicians of the age, but in terms of breadth, few matched the variety of his concerns. For a man who considered himself first and foremost a physician and anatomist, his interests in Paracelsianism and collecting can at times be baffling, while his interests in antiquarianism, runes, and chronology strike the modern reader as at odds with his medical and natural philosophical interests. It is important to comprehend that Worm’s multi-faceted interests in the created world were underpinned by his Lutheran, Melanchthonian natural philosophy, and this served to unify all Worm’s scholarly undertakings, inquiries, and experiments in the single aim of reaching a better understanding of God’s creation, the Book of Nature.

lundi 20 juin 2022

Cancer, recherche et film éducatif au milieu du siècle

Cancer, Research, and Educational Film at Midcentury. The Making of the Movie Challenge: Science Against Cancer

David Cantor 

Publisher ‏ : ‎ University of Rochester Press (June 15, 2022)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 320 pages
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1648250293


The story of a forgotten health education film, Challenge: Science Against Cancer (1950), and what it tells us about mid-twentieth century North American cancer research, medical filmmaking, and health education campaigns.
In 1949 the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Canadian Department of National Health and Welfare (DNHW) commissioned a film, eventually called Challenge. Science Against Cancer, as part of a major effort to recruit young scientists into cancer research. Both organizations feared that poor recruitment would stifle the development of the field at a time when funding for research was growing dramatically. The fear was that there would not be enough new young scientists to meet the demand, and that the shortfall would undermine cancer research and the hopes invested in it. Challenge aimed to persuade young scientists to think of cancer research as a career.

This book is the story of that forgotten film and what it tells us about mid-twentieth century American and Canadian cancer research, educational filmmaking, and health education campaigns. It explores why Canadian and American health agencies turned to film to address the problem of scientist recruitment; how filmmakers turned such recruitment concerns into something they thought would work as a film; and how information officers at the NCI and DNHW sought to shape the impact of Challenge by embedding it in a broader educational and propaganda program. It is, in short, an account of the important, but hitherto undocumented, roles of filmmakers and information officers in the promotion of post-Second World War cancer research.

This book is openly available in digital formats thanks to a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

dimanche 19 juin 2022

La médecine chinoise

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Medicine
 

Edited by Vivienne Lo, Michael Stanley-Baker, Dolly Yang

Edition 1st Edition
First Published 2022
Pub. Location LondonImprint Routledge

The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Medicine is an extensive, interdisciplinary guide to the nature of traditional medicine and healing in the Chinese cultural region, and its plural epistemologies. Established experts and the next generation of scholars interpret the ways in which Chinese medicine has been understood and portrayed from the beginning of the empire (third century BCE) to the globalisation of Chinese products and practices in the present day, taking in subjects from ancient medical writings to therapeutic movement, to talismans for healing and traditional medicines that have inspired global solutions to contemporary epidemics. The volume is divided into seven parts: 

  • Longue Durée and Formation of Institutions and Traditions
  • Sickness and Healing
  • Food and Sex
  • Spiritual and Orthodox Religious Practices
  • The World of Sinographic Medicine
  • Wider Diasporas
  • Negotiating Modernity


This handbook therefore introduces the broad range of ideas and techniques that comprise pre-modern medicine in China, and the historiographical and ethnographic approaches that have illuminated them. It will prove a useful resource to students and scholars of Chinese studies, and the history of medicine and anthropology. It will also be of interest to practitioners, patients and specialists wishing to refresh their knowledge with the latest developments in the field.