Red Sentinelles “The r seau Sentinelles (literally Sentinel Network) is a network of general practitioners for 1260 (2 of total metropolitan France) distributed throughout the French territory who participate in a voluntary and benevolent. Participating physicians are known as medical Sentinelles. The network was created in 1984 by Professor Alain-Jacques Valleron, and is now animated by the joint research unit in health UMR-S 707 of INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research) and University Pierre et Marie Curie . The aim of this network is the monitoring of 14 indicators of health .

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