EHESP Avenue du Professeur Léon-Bernard CS 74312 Bâtiment Max Weber, bureau MW1 - 35043 - Rennes

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Discipline(s): Public Health, Health Promotion

Current position: PhD student, Research program coordinator

Diploma(s): MPH

Affiliation(s): Department of Human and Social Sciences, Doctoral Network of Public Health, UMR 6051 ARENES-CRAPE


After getting his master's degree in Public health at ISPED Bordeaux School of Public Health in 2011, Anthony Lacouture was in charge at the French National Institute for Prevention and Health Education (Inpes) of a program evaluation and international expertise on the accessibility of information in prevention and health promotion to disabled people, and especially deaf or visually impaired people.

Following that, he has been working as research assistant at the Inpes Chair in Health Promotion at EHESP.

He started doing his PhD in Health Promotion in September 2013 in partnership with the University of Montreal School of Public Health (ESPUM) and the University of Rennes 1 - EHESP School of Public Health.


  • His PhD project is about “Research and knowledge transfer in health promotion: the challenges of co construction and knowledge use in decision making”. His supervisors are Pr Valéry Ridde and Pr Christian Dagenais (University of Montreal) and Pr Jeanine Pommier (EHESP).
  • His work is part of the RICAP-KAIR research program "Recherche Interventionnelle en promotion de la santé, des Connaissances A la Pratique - Knowledge to Action, Intervention Research in health promotion", funded by French National Institute for Prevention and Health Education (Inpes).
  • His research interests focus on intervention research, transfer and strategic use of knowledge, program evaluation and professional practices in health promotion.


  • Member of the research team RENARD on knowledge transfer (University of Montréal)
  • Member of ISECN
  • Peer reviewer (Global Health Promotion, Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation)


  • Evaluating health promotion programs