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[Javier Padilla and Pedro Gull�n, authors of �Epidemiocracia�, analyze�n in Cartagena Think about the social and economic derivatives of the coronavirus (18/01/2021)

| The digital talk will be this Wednesday, January 20 at 19 : 00 hours | Pandemics such as Covid-19 disrupt all our ways of (with) living, especially in a health crisis that is a matrioshka crisis, covered by other crises such as economic and ecological.

In this regard, health emergencies are going to be the new normal.

' This is the thesis of 'Epidemiocracia' (Capit�n Swing), �the book� of the doctor Javier Padilla and the epidemiologist Pedro Gull�n, who underline in the subtitle of the work that no one he is safe if we are not all safe.

" Both will analyze this Wednesday, January 20, the social and economic derivatives of the coronavirus pandemic that "does not affect everyone equally" in the program of thought and scientific culture Cartagena Think, in a digital talk , which can be accessed through the link HERE Viruses do not understand borders or social classes.

We have not stopped hearing this phrase as a mantra, as a magical adventure in which viruses appear from a neutral space, arrive, infect and disappear.

But it is false.

In reality, epidemics do not arise out of nowhere, they start from specific social and political contexts; Understanding this political, economic, health and social substratum is essential to analyze how epidemics affect them.

The plague, tuberculosis, AIDS, �bola, malaria and, recently, COVID-19, emerged from specific contexts, impacted differently on certain social groups and transformed the societies they encountered.

Now it is time to ask: who is most at risk of becoming ill during an epidemic?Who is most vulnerable to its social consequences? What health (and non-health) policy responses do we have to act in the face of an epidemic crisis? What health do we want? to face epidemics? What social transformations do we have left after an epidemic crisis? This book tries to answer these questions through the intersection of politics, society and public health in epidemic situations.society and public health in epidemic situations.society and public health in epidemic situations. Pedro Gull�n�is a specialist in Preventive Medicine and Public Health and a doctor in Epidemiology and Public Health.

He has developed his work mainly in the academic world, where he has worked as a researcher in the Epidemiology and Public Health group of the University of Alcal� and in the Dornsife School of Public Health of the Drexel University, mainly in the study of social inequalities in health in urban contexts.

He is currently a professor of public health at the University of Alcal�, and has taught at the Madrid campuses of New York University and Saint Louis University.� Javier Padilla�is a family and community doctor in a health center in Madrid.

Member of the Silesian Collective.

Author of 'A Qui�n�vamos a let die?' (Capit�n Swing, 2019) and co-coordinator of 'Salubrismo o barbarie' (Atrapasueos, 2017).

Member of the Silesian Collective.

Member of the group of Health Ethics for Action, Care and Social Observation (ESPACyOS).

Member of the Inequities in Health and International Health group of the Madrid Society of Family and Community Medicine (SoMaMFyC).

Master in Public Health and Health Management (EASP) and Master in Health Economics and Medicines (UPF).

Public policy advisor for En Com� Podem in the Congress of Deputies (2016-2017) Presents: �F�lix Crespo, psychiatrist at the Murcian Health Service� function { ;(, , {});}

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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