English Title:LE CADRE THEORIQUE DU CONCEPT DE WEB
UNE ANALYSE PAR THEORISATION ANCREE DU DIALOGUE
MEDECIN-PATIENT LIE A LâINTERNET DURANT LA
Year Started: 2006
Name: HENNEBO NICOLAS
University: Université du Droit et de la Sante (Lille II)
Department: Medecine gÃ©nÃ©rale
Instructor: Dr Tavernier BenoÃ®t - MCU - UniversitÃ© du droit et de la santÃ© de Lille II
FOR SCIENTISTS USED TO THE G.T.: The area of research is the use of the Internet by french general practitionners. The methodology is the Glaserian approach of the Grounded Theory. FOR OTHERS : Nowadays, more and more General Practitionners have an office access to the Internet in Western countries.
Such an access is used for many tasks such as e-mailing, educational programs, receiving biological results, transmitting Vital cards datas etc.
Many quantitative and fewer qualitative inquiries revealed that French G.P. does not use the Internet for strict primary care purposes,
but mainly for other secondary
aims such as homeopathy, sports
medicine, osteopathy etc. A little of them, however, accordingly to serious surveys, are very involved in this use and are seen as pioneers. Some of these pioneers are using the Internet during the consultation, but the \"how\" and the \"why\" were never studied in France, such as the behavior modifications of either the G.P. and the patients induced by this use.
A grounded theory of the use of the Internet by French G.P. during the consultation is once more appropriated for whom desire to explore this behavior, attempting to explore the Basic Social Process if discovered emerging
from the theoretical process of the method. In contrast with the plethora of quantitative survey dealing with this subject, a qualitative study to discover \"What\'s happening there?\", using the Glaserian approach of the Grounded Theory methodology, will enhance the knowledge of behaviors in primary care and provide furtherance for the use of Grounded Theory in primary care research in France.