Alliot Launois Françoise
Françoise ALLIOT-LAUNOIS is President of AFLAR, the French Association for the Fight against Rheumatism, which represents the voice of 20 million French people. She has been the volunteer director for seven years. After studying physiotherapy and biomechanics, she began a career as a teacher and hospitalist.
She created the first Lymphology Unit in France, at the Cognacq-Jay Hospital.
After graduating from the Institut National de Kinésithérapie, she joined the Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris where she managed the re-education and rehabilitation units in 85 clinical departments at the CHU Pitié Salpêtrière and was in charge of the re-education mission at the APHP.
She teaches in physiotherapy schools and is co-responsible for teaching in the Master 2 program at the Pierre and Marie Curie University. She teaches in the Master program “Coordination of chronic diseases”. Interested and involved in the field of painting, she was involved very early on in the Anatomy-Morphology Department at the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts.
Françoise ALLIOT-LAUNOIS is founder, then President and honorary member of the French Society of Lymphology.
She is the author of numerous articles in scientific journals and in the medical-surgical encyclopedia, co-author of the collection “Therapeutic Education, Prevention and Chronic Diseases”, editor of the Journal of the AFLAR Association and participant in numerous national and international conferences in the field of health.
Françoise Alliot Launois brings her expertise with the patient ambassadors, within commissions and workgroups with the supervisory and institutional bodies and ministerial cabinets and ARS in the region, in the field of chronic disabling and painful diseases. In the same way, she works with elected representatives, senators and mayors, sponsors of the AFLAR.
Member of think tanks, Françoise ALLIOT-LAUNOIS works in the strategic and political field with decision makers, elected officials, supervisors and communities in the field.