Special Issue "Socio-Economic Burden of Disease: The COVID-19 Case"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2021) | Viewed by 15156
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In recent months, humanity has faced an unprecedented challenge. Although we have dealt with many diseases over the centuries, never before have we faced a situation like COVID-19 . Distinctive features of COVID-19 relate to the widespread use of instant information technologies, the absence of social and scientific knowledge on how to deal with the disease, and pressure on political and administrative bodies to restore safety. Never before has a disease shown the limits of the globalised world in the 21st century. The science is lacking and humanity must come to terms with the disease. Therefore, in this Special Issue, we invite papers on the social and economic consequences of disease, particularly of COVID-19. We invite you to:
- Analyse COVID-19 per se;
- Compare COVID-19 with other diseases or pandemics;
- Discuss and present case studies, national studies, comparative studies, historical analysis, or actor-centred studies;
- Analyse direct (health-related), indirect (economic and social), induced (political, ethical, or spirituality-related).
The studies may be quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method.
Prof. Dr. Eduardo Tomé
Prof. Dr. Thomas Garavan
Dr. Ana Dias
- The Worst Global Pandemics. Available online: https://www.publichealthonline.org/worst-global-pandemics-in-history/ (accessed on 9 October 2020)
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- Covid-19 in the scope of disease and pandemics
- Social and economic consequences
- Direct consequences – health system and health
- Indirect consequences – employment and income
- Induced consequences – politics, ethics, spirituality
- Case studies
- National cases
- Comparative studies
- Historical analysis
- Prospective analysis
- Actors centered analysis.