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    La honte d’être soignant face à la mort annoncée en oncologie

    Caregiver Shame When Death Is Announced in Oncology

    B. Karcher

    Psycho-Oncologie, Vol.16, No.3, pp. 319-321, 2022, DOI:10.3166/pson-2022-0201

    Abstract In this article, we attempt to shed light on the function that shame can have for the oncology caregiver. Toward this aim, we put forward the hypothesis that shame functions to safeguard subjectivity. We demonstrate that caregiver shame can be a sign of suffering but also a defense allowing to resubjectify oneself. This happens through a call for the gaze of the “other” and a request for union, sometimes bringing up a “demand” in the psychoanalytic sense of the term.

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    Dans cet article, nous tenterons d’éclairer la fonction de la honte en déterminant ce que peut recouvrir cet… More >

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