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Course in Health Crisis Management

Expert program to respond effectively to the uncertainties of a health crisis

Certificate from Nebrija University
Certificate from CIFAL Málaga-UNITAR, United Nations Institute for Training and Research


COVID-19 is the result of joining the words "corona", "virus" and "disease", while 19 represents the year in which it emerged, since the outbreak was reported to the WHO on December 31, 2019. It was the World Health Organization who announced the name of the disease that began to spread in the Chinese city of Wuhan.

The pandemic currently exceeds 10.4 million cases worldwide and over 510,000 deaths.

The management of contagious diseases has traditionally remained in the health field, as they were considered a health problem. However, as the epidemics have created collateral damage to health, it has become necessary to involve managers from other areas of the Administration in its management.

An important phase of crisis management is the one devoted to lessons learned. The management of the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus encompasses many factors that are still in full evolution, that is why this course and responding to that need are important, as well as what lessons can be drawn that will serve us in the future.


  • Management and treatment of the crisis from public administrations (Julio Andrade)
  • Protocols and Plans for health and police coordination in the Municipality (Rafael Chust)
  • Management techniques for physical and psychological assistance in emergencies (George Contreras, Manuel Moyano)
  • Resource management in health emergencies (Mari Cruz Martín)
  • Logistics in disasters (Laurent Alfonso)
  • Disaster Management Training (Enrique Ávila Gómez, Director of the Center for Analysis and Prospective Studies of the Civil Guard and Director of the National Center for Excellence in Cybersecurity )
  • Management with anthropic risks (Manuel González Hernández - Artillery Lieutenant Colonel and Risk Management Expert )
  • Internal communication management in emergencies (Sergio Martin)
  • Transparency and information on the emergency to civil society (Sergio Martin)
  • Protocols and action on the crisis with NGOs and private entities (Víctor Valencia López - Consultant for companies, and with 25+ years of experience in management of NGOs )
  • COVID-19, mistakes and successes (Fernando Cocho Pérez - Intelligence Analyst, MEC/CAM official )



JA Julio Andrade Director del Curso en Gestión de Crisis Sanitaria Director of the Course in Health Crisis Management Director de Cifal / Malaga UNITAR Naciones Unidas. RC Rafael Chust Coordinador del Curso en Gestión de Crisis Sanitaria Coordinator of the Course in Health Crisis Management Jurista, criminólogo y formador del Instituto Valenciano de Seguridad Publica y Emergencias. MM Mari Cruz Martín Delgado Jefa de servicio de Medicina Interna del Hospital Universitario Torrejon y presidenta de la Federación Panamericana de Intensivos. GC George Contreras Subdirector del Centro de Medicina de Desastres, profesor de Salud Pública y Gestión de Emergencias en New York Medical College y paramédico en NY. MM Manuel Moyano Doctor en Psicología y miembro del RAN Europa de la Comisión Europea. LA Laurent Alfonso Coordinator Preparedness de la European Union and Operational Assistance PRD (Proteccion Civil) South Ministerio del Interior Francia.
SM Sergio Martín Periodista y ex director de informativos TVE Canal 24 h. EA Enrique Ávila Gómez Director del Centro de Análisis y Prospectiva de Guardia Civil y director del Centro Nacional Excelencia en Ciberseguridad. MG Manuel González Hernández Teniente coronel de Artillería y experto en gestión de riesgos. VV Víctor Valencia López Consultor para empresas y con experiencia de más de 25 años en gestión con ONGs. FC Fernando Cocho Pérez Analista de Inteligencia y funcionario MEC/CAM.