Communications

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By Bénédicte Hallard, Health Promotion Officer and Marie-Pierre Dupont-Rebullida, Psychologist, specialised in neuropsychology, Service Interuniversitaire de Médecine Préventive et de Promotion de la Santé (SIMPPS), Université Fédérale de Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, France. The summary of the communication will be available shortly.

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By Nicolas Tilli, Colloquium Co-organisator, Lecturer in Communication Sciences, Université Toulouse Capitole, France. Surprisingly in 2020, tackling the topic of mental health and discrimination is still not easy. Yet it should simply be a matter of well-being, health, quality of life and society like any other. Understanding the issues around the theme of mental health […]

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By Bertrand Monthubert, Coordinator of the “Building an Aspie-Friendly University” network, Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, France. Educational policies have historically been formed with the implicit idea that there are “normal” pupils or students and particular cases to be taken into account: handicap, workers, high-level athletes, etc. Each time with specific policies for each category. […]

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By Sonia Harrati, Kathleen Beuvelet, and Constance Barthès, LCPI, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France. The medico-psychological and social consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are major. This pandemic, which has become a serious global crisis, is considered “unique” (Gates, 2020), particularly in that it confronts us with massive challenges that disrupt public, economic and also private […]

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By par David Vavassori, Head of the Département Psychologie Clinique du Sujet ; Tenured Full Professor in Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology ; Ida Abi Akle, Master student in Psychology, ; Quentin Artinian, Master student in Psychology; Célia Bouzembrak, Master student in Psychology, , and Hélisa Hédouin, Master student in Psychology, , Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès […]

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By Jessica Wendorf Muhamad, Florida State University, USA It is not known how continuous and long-term exposure to racial microaggressions affects the mental health of individuals. Sustained efforts to counteract this threat could also pose a risk to the mental health and psychological well-being of people of color (PoC). Racial microaggressions have been defined as […]

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By Juan Muhamad Gonzales, Florida State University, United States Timely intervention for those at risk of suicidal ideation is essential given the likelihood of death inherent in presenting undetected risk factors for suicide. An ability to stay engaged and establish communication can create an environment in which co-morbid risk factors can be detected, assessed and […]

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By Céline Paganelli, Paul Valéry University Montpellier, France Social health media has become an essential source of information for citizens. Based on several studies carried out for nearly 15 years on health discussion forums, we will discuss the main results and show how these new practices are helping to change the contours of health information.

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By Anne-Hélène Le Cornec – Ubertini, University of Brest, France. Talking about simulation in medical studies automatically initiates the idea of ​​technical simulations, of training on mannequins, but they can also refer to simulations of medical consultations. At the University of Brest, simulations for 4th year medical students are role-plays, played by students, which feature […]

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By Maria Elena Villar, Jessica Rodriguez, Weirui Wang, Florida International University, United States Students are at high risk for substance abuse given their age, lifestyle, and many intersecting sources of stress. A recent study by a focus group of Hispanic college students in South Florida (US) found that legal and illegal drug use is generally […]

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By Sophie Arfeuillère, Psycom, France. “Mental health” is a concept that does not resonate the same with each and every one of us. Sometimes seen from a medical, psychiatric, psychological, political or even social perspective, it is not easy to appropriate a clear and shared definition. Yet mental health is universal. So how do you […]

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By Manuella De Luca, MGEN Institute of La Verrière, MGEN, France. Working conditions in academia are an object of study that should be taken into account when assessing mental health in academic institutions. The definition of an academic career offering certainty to those who choose this path of professional development is necessary for the consolidation […]

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By Miguel Vicente Mariño, University of Valladolid. Email address: miguel.vicente@uva.esPostal Address: Plaza de la Universidad, 1. 40005 Segovia (España) Working conditions in academia are an object of study that should be taken into account when assessing mental health in academic institutions. The definition of an academic career offering certainty to those who choose this path […]

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By Aude Caria, Director of Psycom, France. Even if we are fortunate to live in a society of rights that protects us, when we encounter mental health problems, we are never completely free from discrimination, exclusion, or even relegation. . Indeed, the stigma towards mental health problems is systemic, it permeates our entire society. Yet […]

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By Michelle Merianne, Head of Social Services, CROUS de Toulouse Occitanie, and Stéphanie Goirand, Director, Association PRISM, France. The Crous de Toulouse-Occitanie is a public establishment under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. A major player in student life, its mission is to give all students the same chances of […]

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By Maria Ines Marino (Florida International University), Nurhayat Bilge (Fashion Institute of Technology- SUNY), Maria Elena Villar (Florida International University), and Oluwabusola Adogba (Florida International University), United States. This presentation will describe the findings of a focus group study with undergraduates on their experiences of sharing the classroom with Embrace program participants and other students […]

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By Jessica Delgado, Maria Ines Marino, Maria Elena Villar, Florida International University, United States. This study compares official internal COVID communication sent to students, faculty, and staff at two universities, one in France and one in the U.S. Using a framework based on best-practice communications crisis, we examine what values and priorities are reflected in […]

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By Maria Inès Marino (Florida International University, United States), Ianina Lois (Universidad Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Mercedes Vigon (Florida International University, United States). As college campuses attempt to address mental health-related stigma against people with mental illness and the use of mental health services, various approaches are being used, including broadening the voice of students […]

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By Florent Poupart, Lecturer in clinical psychology and psychopathology, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France. The global health crisis we are going through is fueling ambient conspiracy thinking. I propose to question the psychic stakes of conspiratorial beliefs in the face of the “crisis” in the broad sense, be it health or existential, collective or individual. […]

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By Zohra Guerraoui, Lecturer in Intercultural Psychology, Toulouse Jean-Jaurès University, France. About ten years ago, at the University of Mirail (now UT2J), the idea of ​​creating a University Center for Psychological Consultation (CUCP) was put forward, following the example of other university consultations that already existed at the time in Paris, Angers, Chambéry, etc. This […]

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By Luis Alberto Suarez Rojas, Doctor of Social Sciences and Anthropology, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru. In Peru, mental health has received a great deal of attention from public health and society. Nevertheless, it is the area that has the greatest historical debt, crossed by deep asymmetries and inequalities. Stigma, isolation and structural […]

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By Par Marcin Trzmielewski, PhD student,  LERASS-CERIC, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, France. Medical knowledge organization systems, such as classifications, thesauri, ontologies and tags, are used to organize health information and to enable access to documents in physical and digital libraries, in healthcare organizations and on the Web (Trzmielewski and Gnoli 2021). Apart from information retrieval, they “can […]

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By Arnaud GOULLIART and Jérôme RASTELLO, ARHM Foundation – Jean Bergeret Regional Institute, France. This project, the result of the partnership between the Institut Bergeret and the Unis-Cité Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes association, is a social innovation project aimed at the most vulnerable young people and responding to an unmet need, mental health, by a “peer to peer” […]

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By Mélina Dell’Armi and Jeanne Fremolle-Kruck, CERPPS, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France. The number of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) entering university has grown steadily in recent years, following changes in legislation on inclusive education. However, these peculiarities can present challenges for successful inclusion, both academically and socially. Thus, this study sought to determine […]

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By Wendy Marie Ingram, Founder and CEO of Dragonfly Mental Health, a global consortium for academic mental health, and Adriana Bankston PhD, Małgorzata Anna Gazda PhD, United States.  Recent studies have demonstrated that graduate student mental health struggles are pervasive and severe [1, 2]. During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, these numbers continue to […]

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By Michael PriestleyPhD student à la School of  Education, Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing, Student Research Team and Advisory Member for the Student Mental Health Research Network (SMaRteN), Researcher for the University Mental Health Charter, Durham University, United Kingdom. The implications of Covid-19 are likely to compound many of the existing social, academic, […]

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By Rozenn Texier-Picard, former President of the Standing Conference of Equality and Diversity in Higher Education Policy Officers. Since the end of the 2000s, policies for equality and against discrimination have developed in French universities and grandes écoles, at first timidly, then more strongly. What is the role of these equality-diversity missions, and how are […]

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By Florence Sordes, Enzo Cipriani, Cassandra Guillemot, Aurélie Croiset, University Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France. The COVID 19 pandemic has produced an unprecedented fact: threatened by this virus, life has suddenly become the most precious asset that everyone is trying to protect and conserve. Confinement, a health measure adopted by the government, has placed the individual […]

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By Ilaria MONTAGNI, Julie ARSANDAUX, Mélissa MACALLI, Stéphane SCHÜCK *, Christophe TZOURIO, Bordeaux Health Population Research Center – U1219, University of Bordeaux / INSERM and Kappa Santé *. Faced with the COVID-19 disease, France implemented a generalized containment strategy on March 17, 2020. Due to the unprecedented and sudden nature of this containment, but also […]

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By Silvia Rosa Sigales Ruiz, University of Colima and Alfredo Mario Mejía Ramírez, Colegio de Psicólogos de Baja California, Mexico. Professional development is a task that does not start at university and does not end there either, it extends beyond postgraduate courses, into continuing education and the reflection of professional experiences, ideally it should go […]

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By Elsa Godart, Permanent teaching researcher at LIPHA (UGE) and head of “Ethics and digital technology” (UPEC), Gustave Eiffel University, France. It is possible to think that the radicality of this experience will have allowed a global awareness where the Other as collective, as difference, as strangeness, as necessity for life itself becomes unavoidable in […]

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By Natalia Abuin Vences, Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. In this work, we are going to analyze how the transition to remote teaching in Spain was carried out in higher education studies in communication, both in public and private institutions, in order to know how the transition has been […]

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By Luca Toschi *, Ilaria Marchionne *, Matteo Coppi **, Viola Davini *, Eugenio Pandolfini *, Marco Sbardella *, * Center for Generative Communication, Università di Firenze, ** IUL – Italian University Line, Italy. Despite the unquestioned, worldwide triumph of the digital text, this intervention will focus on the new value of “handwriting” as a […]

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By Ana Maria Lopez Cepeda, Professor of Information and Communication Sciences, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. The COVID-19 pandemic is subject to a system overhaul in many areas. In the university community, in countries such as Spain, it has been transformed by the transformation of emergency classes into an online format with urgency and without […]

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By Erin Grinshteyn, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Professions, University of San Francisco; Reid Whaley, Research Assistant, Department of Preventive Medicine in the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Dellanira Garcia, Psychologist and Associate Professor, San Francisco University, and Marie-Claude Couture, épidemiologist and Assistant Professor, School of Nursing and Health Professions, […]