Sarah Fakroune is a research assistant at the Université Catholique de Louvain, working on the evaluation of local CMP-MFO (for Concertation médico-pharmaceutique and Medisch-farmaceutisch overleg) project from INAMI-RIZIV initiative. She holds a Bachelor and a Master degree in Psychological Sciences and, obtained another Master degree in Sociology and Anthropology at Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Currently, her work consists of the evaluation and improvement of the implementation of the local CMP-MFO projects, joint study with University of Antwerp and the KULeuven. Furthermore, she is also studying sleep quality and sleep hygiene of Belgian students, more particularly, the health determinants of their sleep behaviors thanks to the application of the Theory of Planned Behavior from Ajzen (1985).
Keywords: CMP-MFO, evaluation, implementation, sleep hygiene, planned behavior