Public Health Governance in the COVID-19 Era | 97332

Health Economics & Outcome Research: Open Access

ISSN - 2471-268X


Public Health Governance in the COVID-19 Era

Javier Carreon Guillen*

Social work studies of dermatological health show that prevention is a low cost factor with respect to the treatment of a disease acquired by parasite contamination. In this sense, a documentary, cross sectional and descriptive study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of indexed sources, registered in ISSN and DOI, during a period that goes from 2019 to 2022 with the purpose of establishing an integral model for the study. Of an outbreak of dermatological contamination and derive intervention strategies from social work in basic education institutions. The propagation model turned out to be the most complete, although the integration of other models that explain the contagion problem and future treatment, recantation and prevention scenarios is offered. The need to carry out strategies for prevention and promotion of disease free lifestyles, as well as individual self-care and collective co responsibility, is noted.