• Introduction

    The rise in chronic diseases is leading to the emergence of a diversity of treatment education practices. These range from ordinary teaching of technical procedures to structured programmes spread out over several years and conducted by multidisciplinary teams. As of now, these practices are governed by the “Hospital, patients, health and territories” (HPST) Act in order to guarantee control of their quality.


    The regional health authorities (ARS) are responsible for granting authorisations in accordance with specifications meeting the quality criteria of the national health authority.


    The aim of the treatment education process is to promote a better understanding of the disease and its treatments so as to reduce complications, avoid the risk of relapse and maintain a good quality of life. It helps to empower the patient.

  • Pasteur Clinic programmes offered

    The Pasteur Clinic offers patients three options for treatment education, which have been authorised by the regional health authority :



    Diabetic patients


    Patients with venous ulcers


    Prevention of reinfarction


    Implementation of an educational programme :



    An educational assessment to get to know the patient better


    Introduction of an education contract to track the objectives and the skills required for the patient’s instruction


    Participation in educational sessions on various subjects and teaching aids


    These services are provided by a cross-disciplinary professional team.


    For further information: 05 62 21 30 06


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