Maintenance of a High Intention of Avoiding Initiation Into Drug Injection Among Street Youths: A Longitudinal Study
Référence bibliographique 
Godin, Gaston, Roy, Élise, Haley, Nancy, Leclerc, Pascale et Boivin, Jean-François. 2008. «Maintenance of a High Intention of Avoiding Initiation Into Drug Injection Among Street Youths: A Longitudinal Study ». Addiction Research & Theory, vol. 16, no 4, p. 339-351.
Intentions : «The present study focuses on the maintenance of a high intention of avoiding initiation into drug injection over time [among street youths].» (p.341)
Échantillon/Matériau : 427 jeunes de la rue de Montréal ne s’étant jamais injecté de drogue, âgés en moyenne de 19,9 ans
Instruments : Questionnaire
Type de traitement des données : Analyse statistique
«The aim of this study was to identify factors associated with the maintenance of a high intention of avoiding initiation into drug injection among street youths. A prospective cohort study of street youths aged 14 to 23 was initiated in Montreal in July 2001. A total of 330 street youths who had never injected drugs and had completed at least one semi-annual follow-up questionnaire were included in the analysis. The prediction of the maintenance of a high intention over given time intervals of 6 to 36 months was assessed. At baseline, 83.6% of the respondents firmly intended avoiding initiation into drug injection. Maintenance of high intention was significantly associated with the maintenance of high values of perceived control, attitude and role beliefs. These results clearly demonstrate that youths who maintain a high intention of avoiding initiation into drug injection hold more favourable cognitions over time.» (p.339) «With respect to the normative influence, interventions should aim at increasing youths’ beliefs that their parents, friends and peers approve their avoiding initiation into drug injection.» (p.349)
Quebec’s Safe Working Conditions for a Safe Maternity Experience Program: Survey of Consultant Physicians and Human Parvovirus B19 in Montreal-Centre
Référence bibliographique 
Koutsavlis, Athanasios Tom, Boivin, Jean-François, Simard, Robert et Rossignol, Michel. 2000. «Quebec’s Safe Working Conditions for a Safe Maternity Experience Program: Survey of Consultant Physicians and Human Parvovirus B19 in Montreal-Centre ». Revue canadienne de santé publique / Canadian Journal of Public Health, vol. 91, no 4, p. 260-262.
Intentions : « The objectives of this survey were to identify current treatment practices of requests involving human parvovirus B19 in Montreal and to identify factors that influence these practices. » (p. 260)
Échantillon/Matériau : « [...] we identified 19 occupational health physicians who treated preventive withdrawal-reassignment request in Montreal from October 1, 1998 to September 30, 1999. These physicians had a background in Family Medecine and/or training (specialization diploma, graduate degree) in Community/Occupational Medecine. The physicians practised in five CLSCs (Centre local de services communautaires) designated as occupational health service centres, and were sent a questionnaire by mail, to which all of them replied. Of the 19 physicians, only 11 treated requests involving B19, and these were retainded as our study population. » (p. 260)
Instruments : Questionnaire d’enquête
Type de traitement des données : Analyse de contenu
« Safe Maternity Experience is a prevention program instituted in Quebec in 1981 to maintain safe working conditions for the pregnant breastfeeding worker. [...] Throughout the province, consultant physicians in local occupational health teams treat requests for preventive withdrawal-reassignment. Recently, there has been an increasing number of requests involving human parvovirus B19 as a potential biologic risk factor in pregnancy. » (p. 260) This article contains the results of a survey that identify current treatment practices of requests involving human parvovirus B19 in Montreal.