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Responsabilité et Environnement -  N° 108 - Octobre 2022 - Premiers enseignements de la crise sanitaire


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N° 108 - October 2022 - First lessons from the health crisis

Issue Editors: Jean-Luc Laurent and Xavier Guchet

Introduction :

Jean-Luc Laurent,
Honorary Engineer General of Mines,
Xavier Guchet,
University of Technology of Compiègne

Biological and medical aspects


Introductory remarks

Jean-Luc Laurent,
Honorary Engineer General of Mines


Vaccine development: a ‟before” and an ‟after” Covid?

Bruno Donini,
Head of Public Policy for Sanofi


Covid-19 pandemic: contribution of metrology to the evaluation of the filtration efficiency of protective masks

François Gaie-Levrel, Alexandre Bescond, Axel Fouqueau, Tatiana Macé and Sophie Vaslin- Reimann,
Laboratoire national de métrologie et d’essais (LNE), Paris


Covid-19 crisis: health care professionals in pain

Alicia Fournier and Héloïse Haliday,
Laboratory of psychology (Psy-DREPI) of the University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Dijon,
Christine Binquet,
Inserm CIC 1432, CHU Dijon-Bourgogne of the UFR of Health Sciences,
Jean-Pierre Quenot,
Intensive care medi­cine department of the Dijon-Bourgogne University Hospital, France ‒ Lipness team of the INSERM UMR1231 research center and LabEx LipSTIC of the University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Dijon,
Alexandra Laurent,
Laboratory of psychology (Psy- DREPI) of the University of Burgundy Franche-Comté, Dijon, Department of anesthesia and surgical resuscita­tion of the University Hospital of Dijon-Bourgogne


Chemosensory disorders caused by Covid-19: long-term effects and a possible solution

Coline Zigrand, Sarah Brosse, Nouhaila Bouguiyoud, Simon Bérubé, Nicholas Bussière and Johannes Frasnelli,
Department of Anatomy, University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (Canada)


Evolution of health crisis management in the post-Covid-19 era

Dr Clément Lazarus and Pr Jérôme Salomon,
Directorate General of Health, Ministry of Health and Prevention

Digital aspects


Introductory remarks

Jean-Luc Laurent,
Honorary Engineer General of Mines


Misinformation and health behaviors in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic

Edmond Baranes, Marlène Guillon and Pauline Kergall,
Montpellier Research in Economics (MRE), University of Montpellier


Measurement, estimation and representations of the Covid-19

Éric Guichard,
Senior lecturer at the University of Lyon and researcher at the Triangle laboratory of the ENS of Lyon and the CNRS, and at the IXXI,
Patrice Abry,
Director of research at the CNRS and researcher at the physics laboratory of the ENS of Lyon and the IXXI


Covid-19 crisis, democracy and collective intelligence

Benoît Duchemann,
SPHere Laboratory, UMR7219 of the University of Paris


Interest and limits of modeling in epidemic management

Laura Temime,
Professor, MESuRS Laboratory, Conservatoire national des Arts et Métiers


Artificial intelligence and Covid-19, or the limits of ‟technological solutionism”

Nicolas Brault,
Teacher-researcher in history and philosophy of science, Interact UP 2018.C102, Institut polytechnique UniLaSalle


Organization and monitoring of hospital capacities in times of crisis

Thierry Garaix, Camille Breen, Mohamed El Habib Messabis and Raksmey Phan,
École des Mines de Saint-Étienne

Mentalities and ideas


Introductory remarks

Xavier Guchet,
University of Technology of Compiègne


The Covid-19 and its psychological impacts

Alexis Vancappel, Eline Jansen and Wissam El-Hage,
University psychiatric clinic of the CHRU of Tours


What do public misgivings about Covid-19 vaccines tell us about ordinary relationships to science?

Jeremy K. Ward,
Research fellow at INSERM (CERMES3) and member of the technical commission on vaccinations at the French National Authority for Health


The Covid-19 Scientific Advisory Board: an epistemological approach

Stéphane Tirard,
François Viète Center of Epistemology and History of Science and Technology of the University of Nantes


France’s strategic autonomy in the field of medicines depends on Europe

Philippe Lamoureux,
Director General of Leem


Epidemiological surveillance as a risk governance tool: the case of Covid-19

Saliha Hadna,
Lecturer in Information and Communi-cation Sciences (CERTOP Laboratory ‒ UMR 5044 ‒ Toulouse II & III, Paul Sabatier University, Jean Jaurès University, CNRS)


Access to water in times of sanitary crisis: the public service tested by Covid-19 in Guyana

Priscilla Thébaux and Damien Davy,
Ecology, evolu­tion and interactions of Amazonian systems laboratory (CNRS-University of Guyana-IFREMER),
Agathe Euzen,
CNRS (LATTS) and CNRS Institute of Ecology and Environment


Covid-19 and new economic regulation mechanisms

Olivia Chevalier,
Doctor of Philosophy and teaches at the ITM-BS, the École des Ponts and Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye


Coping with the death of a loved one during a pandemic

Chantal Verdon and Josée Grenier,
Université du Québec en Outaouais,
Jacques Cherblanc, Chantale Simard, Christiane Bergeron-Leclerc and Danielle Maltais,
University of Quebec at Chicoutimi,
Emmanuelle Zech,
UCLouvain, Belgium,
Susan Cadell,
Renison University College (affiliated with the University of Waterloo)


Learning from the Covid-19 crisis to better manage future ones

Sylvie Znaty,
Professor, Chair of Occupational and Environmental Risk Prevention and Laboratory of Modeling and Monitoring of Health Risks (MESuRS), CNAM Paris,
William Dab,
Professor Emeritus of Cnam (MESuRS) and Associate Professor at the Institut catholique de Paris


The social acceptability of health measures: a return to the imperative of public participation

Alice Friser,
Professor, Department of Administrative Sciences, Université du Québec en Outaouais,
Marie- Luc Arpin,
Professor, Department of Management and Human Resources Management, School of Management, Université de Sherbrooke,
Corinne Gendron,
Professor, Department of Strategy, Social and Environmental Responsibility, Université du Québec à Montréal,
Stéphanie Yates,
Professor, Department of Social and Public Communication, Université du Québec à Montréal


One Health: Considering the links between human health, animal health and ecosystems

Élisabeth Toutut-Picard,





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