The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has affected every individual and every society on the entire planet, and continues to be a cause of suffering and concern for all societies and professions.
Although the uncertainties about the disease are still numerous, science has advanced rapidly and notably in its knowledge, from various points of view: microbiological, clinical and epidemiological, as well as in its analysis of the social and health repercussions.
Therefore, an in-depth analysis of Covid-19 can be of interest to many different professions within the biomedical sciences and related disciplines.
The SARS-Cov2 pandemic, as of 11/07/2021 and according to data from Johns Hopkins University, has produced more than 187 million diagnosed cases in the world, and 4 million deaths. These figures are surely much higher, as many cases remain undiagnosed and deaths unknown (especially at the beginning of the pandemic and in countries with limited resources). The same University attributes almost 4 million confirmed cases and 81,000 deaths to Spain.
It has transformed the life of societies and the individuals that compose it on all continents. Although vaccines are available, it seems certain that it will continue to be a daily problem for months to come.
Active clinicians of the internal medicine service of the Reina Sofía Hospital, Tudela, Navarra, with direct involvement during the pandemic in caring for Covid-19 patients. List of professors:
At the end of the course, students will be trained and will have learned to: