Pierre Micheletti

Pierre Micheletti

Responsable du diplôme «Santé -- Solidarité -- Précarité» à la Faculté de médecine de Grenoble, Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
Médecin, diplômé de l’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique.

Ill entreprend ses premières expériences à l’étranger en 1985. Sa thèse de médecine (1986) porte sur « La politique de l’enfant unique en République Populaire de Chine », à l’occasion d’un séjour au « Sichuan Medical College » de Cheng Du.
Il rejoint Médecins du Monde (MDM)en 1987 comme chef de mission au Guatemala. Il devient le directeur des programmes de MDM en 1996, puis sera élu à la présidence de 2006 à 2009.
De 2008 à 2020 il enseigne à l’Institut d’Etudes politiques de Grenoble où il codirige le master « Politiques et Pratiques des Organisations Internationales ».
Il est l’auteur de nombreux articles dans la presse écrite nationale.

Autres fonctions occupées dans le champ de la santé :
• Directeur de la santé de la ville de Grenoble (2000-2008)
• Conseiller technique et membre du Directoire de l’hôpital psychiatrique de St Egrève (2009-2014)
• Président de l’Association des Centres de Santé (Agecsa)(2009-2014)
• Vice-président de la Fédération Nationale des Centres de Santé (2010-2012)
• Président de la Commission santé et membre du Conseil d’Administration de l’Uniopss (2012-2016)
• Membre du Conseil National de la santé mentale (2014-2016)

Dernier ouvrage paru : « 0,03 % : pour une transformation de l'aide humanitaire internationale », éditions Parole, septembre 2020.

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