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Nome e cognome Maria Caiata Zufferey

Funzione Dipartimento economia aziendale, sanità e sociale, professoressa
Area sanitaria, responsabile

Email maria.caiata@supsi.ch

Ufficio Piazzetta - 209
Via Violino, 6928 Manno

Telefono interno +41586666448

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Formazione PhD in Scienze Sociali, Università di Friborgo

Esperienze professionali In passato: - Assistente diplomata e assistente di ricerca presso il Département Travail social et Politiques sociales dell'Università di Friborgo. - Visiting fellow presso il Department of Social Science and Medicine dell'Imperial College of London e presso il Centre de Recherche Psychotropes, Santé mentale, Société (CESAMES) del CNRS a Parigi. - Senior Researcher and Lecturer presso l'Istituto di Comunicazione sanitaria dell'Università della Svizzera italiana. - Borsista del programma Ambizione del Fondo Nazionale Svizzero presso il Département de Sociologie dell'Università di Ginevra.

Competenze Metodi qualitativi di ricerca applicati ai temi della sociologia della devianza, della salute e del rischio . Interessi di ricerca focalizzati sulla gestione del rischio genetico di cancro, comportamenti additivi, interazione medico-paziente nell’era della responsabilità individuale, e più in generale sull’azione in contesto di incertezza.

Riconoscimenti Prix Vigener 2004 per la miglior tesi di dottorato della Facoltà di Lettere dell'Università di Friborgo. Best poster award 2010 at the Get Together conference, hosted by the Swiss Association for the Study of Pain, Basel.

Articolo di un giornale scientifico 26 Elementi

Caiata Zufferey, M. (2018) abductive art of discovery. Insights from a qualitative study on asymptomatic women managing genetic risk of breast/ovarian cancer, The. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, vol. 17 pp.1-11. » in dettaglio Katapodi, M., Viassolo, V., Caiata Zufferey, M., Nikolaidis, C., Bührer-Landolt, R., Bürki, N., Graffeo, R., Horváth, H., Kurzeder, C., Rabaglio, M., Scharfe, M., Urech, C., Erlanger, T., Probst-Hensch, N., Heinimann, K., Heinzelmann-Schwarz, V., Pagani, O.& Chappuis, P. (2017) Swiss Cancer Predisposition Cascade Screening Consortium regarding the use and impact of genetic testing in hereditary breast/ovarian cancer and Lynch syndromes: the CASCADE study. Journal of Medical Internet Research. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2016) L’aderenza delle donne alle linee guida in caso di predisposizione genetica al tumore al seno e alle ovaie: Uno studio qualitativo sul ruolo dei medici coinvolti nel follow-up. Ricerca & Pratica, vol. 32 (2) pp.54-63. » in dettaglio Bianchetti, M., Caiata Zufferey, M., Milani, G.& Lava, S. (2015) Rare disorders: the role of accurate case-based research, inquiries and qualitative research. Journal of Rare Disorders : Diagnosis & Therapy, vol. 1 (1) pp.7-7. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2015) Genetically at-risk status and individual agency. A qualitative study on asymptomatic women living with genetic risk of breast/ovarian cancer. Social Science & Medicine, vol. 132 pp.141-148. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M., Pagani, O., Cina, V., Membrez, V., Taborelli, M., Unger, S., Murphy, A., Monnerat, C.& Chappuis, C. (2015) Challenges in managing genetic cancer risk: A long-term qualitative study of unaffected women carrying BRAC1/BRCA2 mutations. Genetics in Medicine, vol. 17 (9) pp.726-732. » in dettaglio Kostova, Z., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Schulz, P. (2015) Can social support work virtually? Evaluation of Rheumatoid Arthritis patients’ experiences with an interactive online tool. Pain Research & Management, vol. 20 (4) pp.199-209. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2014) Droits, devoirs et dilemmes des femmes à risque génétique de cancer. Socio-Anthropologie, vol. 29 pp.53-70. » in dettaglio Fiordelli, M., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Schulz, P. (2014) Dissonant role perception and paradoxical adjustments. An exploratory study on medical residents’ role in collaboration with senior doctors and head nurses. Advances in Health Sciences Education, vol. 19 (3) pp.311-327. » in dettaglio Kostova, Z., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Schulz, P. (2014) impact of social support on the acceptance process among RA patients: a qualitative study, The. Psychology and Health, vol. 29 (11) pp.1283-1302. » in dettaglio Kostova, Z., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Schulz, P. (2014) process of acceptance among RA patients in Switzerland: a qualitative study, The. Pain Research & Management, vol. 19 (2) pp.61-68. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2013) Des données aux indices. A propos des procédures de découverte dans le cadre d’une recherche sur la gestion du risque génétique de cancer. SociologieS. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2012) From danger to risk: Categorising and valuing recreational heroin and cocaine use. Health, Risk & Society, vol. 14 (5) pp.427-443. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M.& Schulz, P. (2012) Physicians’ communicative strategies in interacting with Internet-informed patients. Results from a qualitative study. Health Communication, vol. 27 (8) pp.738-749. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M., Zanini, C., Schulz, P., Syrén, E., Bianchetti, M.& Bettinelli, A. (2012) Living with Gitelman disease: An insight into patients’ daily experiences. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, vol. 27 (8) pp.3196-3201. » in dettaglio Schulz, P., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Hartung, U. (2011) First check the Internet, then see the Doctor: How many Patients do it, and who are they?. Studies in Communication Sciences, vol. 11 (2) pp.99-131. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M., Abraham, A., Sommerhalder, K.& Schulz, P. (2010) Online Health Information Seeking in the Context of the Medical Consultation in Switzerland. Qualitative Health Research, vol. 20 (8) pp.1050-1061. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M.& Schulz, P. (2010) Potentialities and Limits of Internet Health Communication in Chronic Care: Results from a Qualitative Study. Social Semiotics, vol. 20 (1) pp.57-71. » in dettaglio Cortesi, C., Lava, S., Bettinelli, A., Tammaro, F., Giannini, O., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Bianchetti, M. (2010) Cardiac arrhythmias and rhabdomyolysis in Bartter-Gitelman patients. Pediatric Nephrology, vol. 25 (10) pp.2005-2008. » in dettaglio Schulz, P., Rubinelli, S., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Hartung, U. (2010) Coping with Chronic Lower Back Pain: Designing and Testing the Online Tool ONESELF. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 15 (4) pp.625-645. » in dettaglio Sommerhalder, K., Abraham, A., Caiata Zufferey, M., Barth, J.& Abel, T. (2009) Internet information and medical consultations: experiences from patients' and physicians' perspectives. Patient Education and Counseling, vol. 77 (2) pp.266-271. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2006) S'en sortir dans un contexte de réduction des risques: trajectoires multiples, nouveaux défis. Psychotropes. Revue Internationales des Toxicomanies, vol. 12 (3-4) pp.81-101. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2005) Les sorties de la toxicodépendance à l’époque de la réduction des risques. Déviance et Société, vol. 29 (4) pp.423-443. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2005) Sortir de la toxicodépendance à l’époque de la réduction des risques: ombres et lumières d’un phénomène en mutation. Psychotropes. Revue Internationales des Toxicomanies, vol. 11 (1) pp.55-72. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (1996) Integrierte Drogenabhängigkeit. Eine Pilotstudie über sozial integrierte GebraucherInnen von Heroin. Abhängigkeiten, vol. 2 (1) pp.25-30. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (1996) La consommation contrôlée de drogues dures: une toxicodépendance d’intégration paradoxale. Psychotropes. Revue Internationales des Toxicomanies, vol. 2 (2) pp.7-24. » in dettaglio

Articolo di un giornale/rivista 1 Elemento

Caiata Zufferey, M. (2016) Sano e/o felice. Iride. Rivista di economia, sanità e sociale, pp.13-15. » in dettaglio

Articolo in documento di una conferenza 5 Elementi

Caiata Zufferey, M. (2018) Ethical issues of genetics: the case of patient-provider communication regarding hereditary cancer risk. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M., Di Giulio, P., Pezzoli, L., Prandi, C.& Moriggia, A. (2018) De l’analyse à l’innovation sociale. Etude du processus de vieillissement des consommateurs de drogue et développement de nouveaux scénarios de prise en charge. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M., Di Giulio, P., Pezzoli, L., Prandi, C.& Moriggia, A. (2018) From analysis to social innovation. Study of the aging process of people who use drugs in opioid substitution treatment and development of innovative care scenarios and training programs for social and health professionals. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2017) Challenges in patient-provider communication regarding hereditary cancer risk. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2016) Healthy and/or happy: The ambiguous relationship between health and well-being in the age of preventive medicine. In Economics, Health and Happiness. » in dettaglio

Capitolo di un libro 4 Elementi

Caiata Zufferey, M. 2011. Sortir de la toxicodépendance: le dire pour le faire. In Changer de vie. Un problème social, Soulet Marc-Henri , Res Socialis, pp.91-105. Academic Press Fribourg. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. 2009. I use drugs, but I am not a drug addict": How heroin and cocaine users make sense of their practice as a healthy behaviour. In The Tapestry of Health, Illness and Disease, Kalitzkus Vera ,Twohig Peter , pp.163-176. Rodopi. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. 2002. Le consommateur intégré: entre adaptation à la réalité et production de la réalité. In Société avec drogues. Enjeux et limites, Faugeron Claude ,Kokoreff Michel , Trajets, pp.63-77. Éditions Érès. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. 2002. Sortir de la toxicomanie: une question de confiance. In Faire face et s’en sortir. Négociation identitaire et capacité d’action, Châtel Vivianne ,Soulet Marc-Henry , Res Socialis, vol. 1, pp.179-184. Editions Universitaires. » in dettaglio

Libro 3 Elementi

Caiata Zufferey, M. (2010) La toxicodépendance d’intégration. Analyse des formes de gestion des toxicomanies tempérées, Éditions Universitaires Éuropéennes. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M. (2006) De la toxicomanie à la conventionalité. Sociologie des sorties de la drogue à l’époque de la réduction des risques, Seismo Verlag. » in dettaglio Soulet, M.-H., Caiata Zufferey, M.& Oeuvray, K. (2002) Gérer sa consommation. Drogues dures et enjeux de conventionnalité, Soulet Marc-Henry , Editions Universitaires. » in dettaglio

Presentazione ad una conferenza 5 Elementi

Caiata Zufferey, M.Femme à risque génétique, regard sociologique. , Congrès annuel de la Société d’imagerie de la femme (SIFEM), 10-6-2016, Geneva, Switzerland. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M.Healthy and/or happy: The ambiguous relationship between health and well-being in the age of preventive medicine. , European Society for Health and Medical Sociology Conference, 2016, Geneva, Switzerland. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M.Perspectives sociologiques. , Symposium de la Société Suisse d’éthique biomédicale, 13-9-2016, Fribourg, Switzerland. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M.Physicians’ messages to unaffected women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations about risk-management behaviour. A Swiss qualitative study of patients’ experiences. , The European Society Human Genetics, 2016, Barcelona, Spain. » in dettaglio Caiata Zufferey, M.Self-determination in managing genetic risk of breast and ovarian cancer: The perspective of the patients. , European Society for Health and Medical Sociology Conference, 2016, Geneva, Switzerland. » in dettaglio

Tesi 1 Elemento

Caiata Zufferey, M. (2004) S’en sortir : le faire et le dire. Retours à la conventionalité après une pratique toxicodépendante à l’époque de la réduction des risques. Université de Fribourg. » in dettaglio

Progetti di cui è responsabile

Vieillir avec les drogues / Growing old with drugs » in dettaglio Financial Outputs, Risks, Efficacy, Satisfaction Index and Gate-keeping of Home Treatment in Ticino » in dettaglio

Progetti di cui è membro

Le potentiel de la formation interprofessionnelle de base dans le domaine de la santé Suisse » in dettaglio Evaluation du processus de mise en oeuvre du projet-pilote Girasole » in dettaglio

 
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