Ouvrages publiés en collaboration (3)

  1. 1. De Foy, T., Candeur, M., & Coppieters, Y. (2019). Dépistage organisé du cancer du sein en Région wallonne. Activités de dépistage 2007-2017.: 10 ans de mobilisation et de travail en réseau.
  2. 2. Godin, I., Brasseur, C., & Coppieters, Y. (2012). Synergies en santé:1. Cahier enfance: Synergies statistiques Wallonie - Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.
  3. 3. Levêque, A., Kornitzer, M., Desqueuve, R., Lannoy, M., & Coppieters, Y. (2005). Le registre des cardiopathies ischémiques en Communauté française de Belgique: 20 ans de suivi : 1983-2002. Ecole de Santé Publique/ULB.
  4.   Parties d'ouvrages collectifs (1)

  5. 1. Leynen, F., & Coppieters, Y. (2007). La promotion de la santé cardio-vasculaire. In I. Godin, P. De Smet, P. Favresse, N. Moreau, & F. Parent (Eds.), Tableau de bord de la santé en Communauté française de Belgique – 2007. Bruxelles: Service Communautaire en promotion santé (SIPES), ESP-ULB.
  6.   Articles dans des revues avec comité de lecture (200)

  7. 1. Bosongo, S., Belrhiti, Z., Chenge, F., Criel, B., Coppieters, Y., & Marchal, B. (2024). The role of provincial health administration in supporting district health management teams in the Democratic Republic of Congo: eliciting an initial programme theory of a realist evaluation. Health Research Policy and Systems, 22(1), 29. doi:10.1186/s12961-024-01115-9
  8. 2. Vanderpas, J.-B., Dramaix Wilmet, M., & Coppieters, Y. (2024). Wording the trajectory of the three-year COVID-19 epidemic in a general population – Belgium. BMC public health, 24(1), 638. doi:10.1186/s12889-024-17951-x
  9. 3. Mukala Mayoyo, E., Criel, B., Sow, A., Coppieters, Y., & Chenge, F. (2023). Understanding the mix of services for mental health care in urban DR Congo: a qualitative descriptive study. BMC health services research, 23(1), 1206. doi:10.1186/s12913-023-10219-x
  10. 4. Khonde Kumbu, R., Matondo, H., Labat, A., Kianu, B., Godin, I., Kiyombo, G., & Coppieters, Y. (2023). Job stress, a source of hypertension among workers in Sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review. BMC public health, 23(1). doi:10.1186/s12889-023-17248-5
  11. 5. Racapé, J., Noel, A.-C., Lurel, J., Dauby, N., Coppieters, Y., Goffard, J.-C., & Rea, A. (2023). Social and clinical risk factors associated with hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Brussels’s deprived and multiethnic areas. PLOS global public health, 3(7), e0002039. doi:10.1371/journal.pgph.0002039
  12. 6. Racapé, J., Dauby, N., Goffard, J.-C., Abdellaoui, K., Radulescu, C.-E., Coppieters, Y., & Rea, A. (2023). Distinct socioeconomic profile of patients hospitalised with severe COVID-19 and prepandemic respiratory infections in Brussels’s deprived areas: a case–control study. BMJ open, 13(7), e072914. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2023-072914
  13. 7. Mfueni Bikundi, E., Robert, A., Bouland, C., Akotionga, E., Mareme Sougou, N., & Coppieters, Y. (2023). Synthesis of Health Policies in the Fight against Malaria in Two Countries at Different Stages of Intervention in the Progress Towards Malaria Elimination, using Data from Surveys and Literature. The Open Infectious Diseases Journal.
  14. 8. Mukala Mayoyo, E., Criel, B., Michielsen, J., Chuy, D., Coppieters, Y., & Chenge, F. (2023). Mental health care in the city of Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo: Analysis of demand, supply and operational response capacity of the health district of Tshamilemba: Mental health care in the urban Democratic Republic of the Congo. PloS one, 18(4), e0280089. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0280089

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