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L’intention de professionnalisation dans la formation des masseurs-kinésithérapeutes : étude d’un dispositif innovant appelé groupe d’entraînement à l’analyse des pratiques en rééducation

Abstract : This article is dealing with the professionalization intention of a physiotherapy trainer through an innovative plan called «Training group on the analysis of rehabilitation practicing». This innovative plan has been created by the management team of a physiotherapy training institute, in South of France, in response to the 2015 reforms about the studies leading to the state-registered diploma of physiotherapist. Thanks to the studies of both the genesis and goal of that plan, plus the observation of its application by a trainer, this study is trying to give a few answers to the following question: How role-playing and the collective analysis the TGARP has implemented can help physiotherapy students develop their professionalization and reflexivity during their full-time education? The first results show that this plan is favorable to verbalization and reflexivity. But, there are tensions and differences between plan’s designers and its actors.
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Eric Maleyrot, Charlotte Pourcelot, Thérèse Perez-Roux. L’intention de professionnalisation dans la formation des masseurs-kinésithérapeutes : étude d’un dispositif innovant appelé groupe d’entraînement à l’analyse des pratiques en rééducation. Revue Phronesis, Institut de recherche sur les pratiques éducatives/Champ social, 2019, vol 8 (3-4), pp.72-84. ⟨10.7202/1067217ar⟩. ⟨hal-02514724⟩

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