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Sabine Bayen

University of Lille, Department of General Practice, France

Social Media
LinkedIn, ResearchGate
Academic Background
MD or equivalent
Qualification
General Practitioner/Family Doctor
Short Bio
I am a general practitioner, universitary teacher, and researcher. I am working in my own office since 2010. I train trainees and trainer. I have a Master 1 and 2 in health ingeneering, with a focus on healthcare pathways of people with chronic diseases. I am a PhD student in my last year. My research focus are patient-centeredness and integrated care in chronic diseases (Parkinson's Disease) and women's health (Sexual Health and LGBTQ).

Published Abstracts 7

Translation and validation of two Parkinson’s disease specific burden questionnaires, for patients and caregivers, from German into French

Sabine Bayen, Jean Heutte, Jean-Charles Vanderbecken, Caroline Moreau, Luc Defebvre, Wassil Messaadi, David Devos, Nassir Messaadi

Presented on 01/05/2021 at the 92nd EGPRN Meeting.

Primary Care: Understanding patient's daily life with Parkinson's disease

Sabine Bayen

Presented on 21/10/2017 at the 85th EGPRN Meeting.

Parkinson's disease: Threats and opportunities of patient online discussion forums.

Sabine Bayen, Cassandre Carpentier, Nassir Messaadi

Presented on 17/10/2020 at the 90th EGPRN Meeting.

Multimorbidity in primary care: Interdisciplinary person centred disease management

Sabine Bayen, Marc Bayen, Daniel Dreuil, Nassir Messaadi

Presented on 10/05/2019 at the 88th EGPRN Meeting.

Management of common cold: Elaboration of a prescription aid tool

Sabine Bayen, Anne Leicht, Paul Frappé, Elisabeth Botelho-Nevers, Catherine Weil-Olivier, Bertrand Delaisi, Joel Cogneau, Marc Bayen

Presented on 11/05/2018 at the 86th EGPRN Meeting.

Multimorbidity in primary care: Interdisciplinary person centred disease management

Sabine Bayen, Marc Bayen, Daniel Dreuil, Nicole Bertin, Nassir Messaadi

Presented on 18/10/2019 at the 89th EGPRN Meeting.

Factors associated with morbimortality in polymedicated elderly subjects followed in general practice: FOPAS, a cohort study

Thibault Puszkarek, Sabine Bayen, Marc Bayen

Presented on 11/05/2018 at the 86th EGPRN Meeting.

Interests

Methodology
Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research, Randomised Controlled Trials, Clinical Trials, Systematic Reviews, Surveys