Le vendredi 17 novembre a eu lieu au PCBio du CHU de Besançon le séminaire Qualité de Vie en Cancérologie, organisé par l'UMQVC avec le soutien du Pôle de Cancérologie, de l'IRFC et d'Oncolie. Quatre invités internationaux spécialistes de la recherche en QdV (Prs Fabio EFFICACE et Bernhard HOLZNER, Drs Johannes GIESINGER et Francesco COTTONE), une chercheuse en psychologie clinique (Dr Alexandra LAURENT), une médecin oncologue (Dr Nathalie MENEVEAU), une post-doctorante de l'ICM (Dr Célia TOURAINE) et six membres de l'UMQVC (Dr Amélie ANOTA, Emilie CHARTON, Joëlle FRITZSCH, Dr Guillaume MOUILLET, Ahmad OUSMEN et Dr Sophie PAGET-BAILLY) ont présenté devant une quarantaine de personnes leur travail, portant d'une part sur le recueil de la qualité de vie (QdV) en pratique clinique courante et d'autre part sur les recherches méthodologiques en QdV. Cette journée a permis de présenter les premiers résultats des études portées par l'UMQVC sur la faisabilité du recueil de la QdV en routine, de dresser un tableau des études méthodologiques dans lesquelles l'équipe est impliquée et d'offrir une perspective internationale grâce à la participation des invités experts. Ce séminaire a été le théâtre de fructueux échanges entre les intervenants et entre le public et les intervenants. Nous vous proposons de retrouver ici les supports des présentations.

Toute l’équipe de l’UMQVC remercie chaleureusement les intervenants et participants du séminaire et toutes les personnes et structures ayant aidé à la réalisation de cette enrichissante journée.


A propos de Amélie ANOTA


Amélie Anota is a research engineer in biostatistics. She passed a master’s degree in mathematics for computer graphics and statistics at the University of Burgundy. She defended in 2014 a PhD in Biostatistics at the University of Franche-Comté. Her PhD research focused on the methodology of longitudinal analysis of health-related quality of life data in oncology. She is statistician for the French National Platform Quality of Life and Cancer since 2011. She realizes longitudinal statistical analysis of health-related quality of life data from oncology clinical trials and also realizes validation of the psychometrics properties of some health-related quality of life questionnaires.

A propos de Emilie CHARTON


Emilie CHARTON is a research engineer and PhD student in biostatistics. She passed a master’s degree in statistical modeling at the University of Franche-Comté. During the first year master’s degree’s internship at the Methodology and Quality of Life Unit in Oncology (UMQVC), she realized longitudinal analysis of health-related quality of life data in oncology. Then, she worked for her second year internship on patient-centred outcomes in breast surgery at the University of Bristol (Breast Surgery Patient Reported and Clinical Outcomes Research Group, Bristol, UK). In October 2016, she joined the UMQVC at the University Hospital of Besançon. Her PhD research is focused on the occurrence of missing data in longitudinal analysis of health-related quality of life in oncology.

A propos de Joëlle FRITZSCH


Joëlle Fritzsch is a Clinical Research Technician.

During her formation in DEUST in Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Production at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Besançon, she completed an internship in the pharmacovigilance department of University Hospital of Besancon; her second internship was in the pneumology department where she trained as a Clinical Research Technician. She then worked for 5 years in the DRCI mobile clinical research team where she acquired experience and adaptability.

In May 2016, she joined the Methodology and quality of life unit in Oncology (UMQVC) at the University Hospital of Besancon.


A propos de Guillaume MOUILLET



A propos de Sophie PAGET-BAILLY


Sophie Paget-Bailly is a research engineer in epidemiology and clinical research. She passed with honours the East of France inter-region master’s degree in public health and occupational and environmental risks. During the master’s degree’s internship in the Interregional Epidemiology Unit of Bourgogne/Franche-Comté, she realized a quantitative health risk assessment in the context of chemical contamination of groundwater. She defended a PhD in Public Health and Epidemiology in Paris XI University, Doctoral School 420, working in the Centre for Research in Epidemiology and Population Health in Villejuif, France. During her PhD, she worked on occupational exposures and head and neck cancer, providing two systematic reviews and meta-analyses and analyzing data from the ICARE case-control study. She was also representative of the PhD students at the ED420 school council.

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