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Les P’tits Doudous

Decrease the anxiety of children undergoing surgery

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Les P'tits Doudous is a network of associations of healthcare professionals working to improve the experience of children, parents and caregivers in the hospital.

The national public interest charity, Les P'tits Doudous, was created in 2017 to lead the network of local Les P'tits Doudous associations and pool actions. We create innovative actions de-dramatizing the passage to the operating room and offer gifts to children operated on to reduce their anxiety.

The objective of the network is to group together to lighten the workload of each charity and share good practices. It is also about imagining and developing together, new digital projects to allow patients to better live their hospitalization and their disease.

Our ambition is to change the practices of care in the hospital thanks to the listening of the needs of patients by the caregivers. By giving caregivers the opportunity to propose themselves, ideas and projects for improvement, relying on digital technology and sustainable development, we lead them to change their practices. The social impact of our project is therefore important.

A social innovation project financed by the circular economy:

We finance our actions through the recycling of single-use materials in operating theatres containing copper and stainless steel.

Key numbers

80 %

reduction of preoperative medication in children at the University Hospital of Rennes

61

hospitals and 18 clinics use the "Le Héros c'est toi" application

79

P'tits Doudous charities created in metropolitan France and in the DROM-COM

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2017

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