Associate Professor, Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University
Head of the Health Economics Axis, GATE-LSE (UMR 5824 CNRS)
Invited Reseacher (2011-2012) KT-ETMIS Axis, CHUQ Research Centre, Laval University
Phone: (418)-525-4444 ext. 52696
- Post-doc CHEPA (Center for Health Economics and Policy Analysis), McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Supervisor Prof. Amiram GAFNI. Post-doc grant from ARC (Association pour la Recherche sur le Cancer).
- PhD in Economics, Physician-patient agency relationship: Advisors Pr. Marie-ODILE CARRERE (Université Claude Bernard, Lyon 1) and Pr. Pierre GARROUSTE (Université Lumière, Lyon 2). PhD grant from the National League Against Cancer. Lumière Lyon 2 University, France.
- Diplôme d'Études Approfondies en Economie de la Production et de l'Organisation Industrielle, Mention: Bien, Université Lumière Lyon 2, France.
- Master's in Economics, Industrial Organization, Lumière Lyon 2 University, France.
Main research projects
- ''Treatment decision-making study in breast cancer'' Project conducted with the Hamilton Supportive Cancer Care Research Unit (Canada), McMaster University, the Health Economics Axis of GATE-LSE and the Oncology Rhône-Alps Network. Project funded by the Hospitalier de Recherche Clinique National (2002).
- ''What role for the cancer patient in treatment decision-making? Development and evaluation of shared decision making in early-stage breast cancer.'' Project funded by the French National Health Authority (2003).
- ''Eliciting women's preferences for HRT using discrete choice experiment." Project funded by the Fondation de France (2005), INSERM and DREES_MIRE (2006). Co-advisor for Florence Nguyen (PhD candidate, 2005-2008).
- ''Eliciting early-stage breast cancer patients' preferences. Information and participation analysis during the disease management process.'' Project conducted with Christine Durif-Bruckert (GRePS EA 4163) and funded by the National League Against Cancer (2007).
- ''Local medical management versus centralized technical support: organization and patient preference analysis." Project conducted with Valérie Button (Coactis EA 4161, Lumière Lyon 2 University) and funded by the National League Against Cancer (2011)
- Health economics
- The process of eliciting healthcare users' preferences
- Healthcare users' information and decision making
- Shared decision making in the medical encounter
- Information seeking behaviours
- Decision aids
Papers published in international peer-reviewed journals