MEDICA REVIEW. International Medical Humanities Review https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA <p><em>MEDICA REVIEW. International Medical Humanites Review</em>&nbsp;focuses its interest in the humanities applied to the study of health, disease and medicine, that is, the analysis of all personal, cultural and social values that are articulated with the biological facts in health and disease. Articles focused on any of the eight branches that make up the medical humanities are welcome: 1. Medical anthropology and sociology; 2. Art, literature and medicine; 3. Bioethics; 4. Medical communication; 5. History of medicine; 6. Psychology and psychopathology; 7. Theory of medicine; 8. Philosophy of medicine.</p> en-US publicaciones@gkacademics.com (Equipo editorial) publicaciones@gkacademics.com (Equipo de soporte) Mon, 11 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +0100 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Thinking the Pandemic from the Philosophy of Health: a Proposal for Discussion https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2572 <p>This essay, which is part of a health philosophy project, deals with the impossibility of understanding SARC-Cov2, and the rest of nature, if we are not able to understand the human sense of knowledge and science, and the socio-cultural conditions of technological civilization and globalized life, without which the pandemic would not have been possible or, at least, its effects would have been mitigated and located in space / time. It concludes with the need to make an ethical approach in relation to freedom and responsibility in the era of globalization.</p> Amada Cesibel Ochoa Pineda, Cayetano José Aranda Torres Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2572 Mon, 11 Jan 2021 10:35:52 +0100 Emergencies and Sanitary Rules in Coronavirus Times: an Analysis between Brazil and Mexico https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2562 <p>The present study has the theme of global health emergencies, dealing especially with the role of the National Health Surveillance Agency in Brazil and the Secretariat of Health in Mexico in the current situation of the Coronavirus. In this sense, actions at the global level to combat global health emergencies and the treatment they have received in the country are discussed. For that, we used a qualitative methodology, with bibliographic and normative research. As a result, it is clear that although there are international regulations in the fight against emergencies, Brazil and Mexico do not have adequate legislation, having created only emergency regulations.</p> Amalia Patricia Cobos Campos, Janaína Reckziegel Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2562 Tue, 12 Jan 2021 18:39:56 +0100 Covid 19: Humanities- Teaching and Digital Inclusion https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2545 <p class="p1">This article proposes to analyse the difficulties of higher education in a Language course due to digital inclusion during the pandemic caused by COVID19. The objective is to consider how remote education improves communication between students and teachers in the teaching-learning process. Methodologically, we analysed some remote classes in a Literature course that applied Active Learning Methodologies in the wake of authors such as Bates (2016), Bergmann (2016) and Ribeiro (2020). Our main contribution is to show how this specific educational moment, caused by the confinement, brought about the digital inclusion of students through new distance or face-to-face methodologies.</p> Roseli Gimenes Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2545 Fri, 15 Jan 2021 16:18:17 +0100 Accompany in Times of Pandemic https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2812 <p>Since the beginning of the pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2, the measures to prevent this new coronavirus have consisted mainly of social distancing and confinement, these guidelines&nbsp; that have been a great challenge for spiritual accompaniment. Fear and anxiety have appeared strongly due to this global event, which calls for a new form of help. Under these circumstances, the question arises: how to carry out a ministry of support when precisely we must lock ourselves up to avoid more infections? In this work, from pastoral theology, it's intended to elaborate some proposals to answer this question that involves creativity and adaptation.</p> John Edward Trujillo Ríos Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2812 Fri, 15 Jan 2021 16:27:18 +0100 Puerto Rico, a Sick Social Body: from Oblivion to Memory. A Review of some of the Health Crises and Pandemics in our Recent History https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2818 <p class="p1">Health and disease are always present in the historical evolution of the human being. The year 2020 has been presented as an extraordinary one in the recent history of humanity with the development and spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic throughout the planet. Puerto Rico has not been exempt from these events. Excuse and necessity for the Covid-19, its social impact forces us to make an approach of the previous health experiences most relevant in the history of the country to understand the Puerto Rican context in its scope and limitations to achieve effective control of the current pandemic.</p> Rafael Lebrón Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revMEDICA/article/view/2818 Mon, 18 Jan 2021 13:16:20 +0100