Regents' Professor Barbara Timmermann
Regents' Professor, the highest of faculty ranks, is reserved for full professors with exceptional achievements that have brought them national or international recognition. Barbara Timmermann is a Professor Emerita of Pharmacology and Toxicology.
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Session : Dépendance - Drogue - Addictologie. WORK in PROGRESS.
Titre : CNIPsy 2010 Marseille - L’addictologie, sa place dans la cité : réflexion partagée avec les usagés ou … il était une fois la RDR marseillaise.
Résumé : En prenant le pouvoir sur leur prise en charge, les usagers de drogues ont transformé les approches des médecins : la réducti
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1 nouveau né sur 10 nait de mère adolescente, Soit 1000 accouchements chaque heure , 70 000 morts maternelles , 1 000 000 d’enfants morts chaque année .

Les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement (OMD)

• établissent des buts visant à mesurer les progrès réalisés dans le développement humain.
• 2 des 8 OMD sont directement liés à l’amélioration des soins dispensés aux adolescentes enceintes.
• Obj 4:réduction de la mortalité i
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• 135 millions en 2005
• dont 16 millions d’une mère de moins de 20 ans
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• Quelles sont les tendances ?
• Quels sont les facteurs ?
Remarque : en comptant les IVG, le bilan des grossesses mondiales serait :
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• dont plus de 20 millions chez une jeune fille ou une jeune femme de moins de 20 ans
• mais ces estimations sont incertaines<
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Activity 3: Shopping and literacy
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