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The purpose of the Protocol is the prevention of pelvic pressure ulcers within a care network of SCI patients whose general organization refers to the medical literature and the recommendations of the ministerial circular of 18 June 2004. A conceptual framework for work (CFW) will be set up and semi-structured interviews will be conducted with patients and professionals. They will confirm or dismiss the CFW gradually with a refined coding As of domains and sub-domains of the skin preventing spinal cord injury related to the perceptions and behaviors of those involved in the sector. Quality control will be provided by experts in qualitative research and interviews will be stopped when the analyzes will further refine the domains and subdomains. A final framework will be validated to modulate our organization.


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Study Design

Observational Model: Case Control, Time Perspective: Prospective


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NCT number NCT02894437
Study type Observational
Source Nantes University Hospital
Contact Marc LE FORT, Dr
Phone 02 40 84 76 78
Email marc.lefort@chu-nantes.fr
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date November 2015
Completion date December 2017

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