Une post-enquête qualitative dans la validation technique de l'enquête statistique "Santé, itinéraire professionnel" : principes et méthode.

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TitreUne post-enquête qualitative dans la validation technique de l'enquête statistique "Santé, itinéraire professionnel" : principes et méthode.
Type de publicationArticle de revue
AuteurGuiho-Bailly, Marie-Pierre , Roquelaure, Yves
PaysFrance
EditeurSociété Française de Santé Publique
VilleVandoeuvre-lès-Nancy
TypeArticle scientifique dans une revue à comité de lecture
Année2013
LangueFrançais
DateMai-Juin 2013
Numéro3
Pagination271-9
Volume25
Titre de la revueSanté Publique
ISSN0995-3914
Mots-clésFrance, Health Status, Humans, Occupations, Questionnaires
Résumé en anglais

INTRODUCTION: The population-based survey "Santé et itinéraire professionnel" (SIP) aims to investigate the relationship between health and career. A qualitative study was conducted to identify potential biases in the design of the questionnaire. The Laboratoire d'ergonomie et d'épidémiologie en santé au travail (research center on "Ergonomics and Epidemiology in Occupational Health" based at the University of Angers, France) recently conducted a study entitled "Rapport subjectif au travail, sens des trajets professionnels et construction de la santé" ("The subjective perception of work, career paths and the construction of health").

METHOD: Individual interviews were conducted with thirty survey respondents (irrespective of whether they had reported any health problems or established a link between a health event and their career path) by two experts in the psychodynamics of work. The analysis of the clinical and statistical data involved four stages: a study of an initial test case, a comparison of monographs and reports drawn up by the DREES/DARES, an analysis of questionnaire responses, and an analysis of thirty monographs. MAIN RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: After an examination of the results in relation to sample composition and the method used, the study shows that the relationship between health and career is not overestimated, but also indicates that psychological and musculoskeletal disorders and "minor" work accidents tend to be underreported. The study also found a loss of information about professional mobility as a way of maintaining health.

CONCLUSION: Based on a qualitative approach to validation, the proposed method provides a basis for assessing the design of the questionnaire and provides reference points for data interpretation and the direction of future research.

URL de la noticehttp://okina.univ-angers.fr/publications/ua13409
Titre traduitA qualitative study to validate the Work and Career (Sante et Itineraire Professionnel) statistical survey: principles and methods
Identifiant (ID) PubMed24007903