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#301 The Analytical Framework of Governance in health policies in the face of health emergencies

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First name Lina Middle name Last name Díaz-Castro
Title MD, DScPH Organization / Institution National Institute of Psychiatry (INPRFM) Department Epidemiological and Psychosocial Research
Address Postal / Zip code Country MX
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Co-authors (4)

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First name Maria Guadalupe Middle name Last name Ramirez-Rojas
Title MD, DScPH Organization / Institution National Council of Science & Technology (C... Department Department of Medical Anthropology
Country MX E-Mail Hidden Presenting author No

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First name Ever Middle name Last name Sánchez Osorio
Title Ph.D Organization / Institution National Council of Science & Technology (CONACYT) Department Research
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First name Héctor Middle name Last name Cabello Rangel
Title M.Sc. Organization / Institution \\\"Fray Bernardino Álvarez\\\" Psychiatric Hos... Department Research
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First name Mauricio I. Middle name Last name Velázquez-Posada
Title MScHPM Organization / Institution Ministry of Health Department Research
Country MX E-Mail Hidden Presenting author No

Abstract

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The Analytical Framework of Governance in health policies in the face of health emergencies

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The Governance Analytical Framework (MAG) defines governance as a social fact, endowed with analyzable and interpretable characteristics, through what it calls observable constitutive elements of governance: the problem, the actors, the social norms, the process, and the nodal points; in the sense that each society develops its modes of governance, its decision-making or conflict resolution systems among its members, its norms, and institutions. In this perspective, the purpose of this article was to carry out a systematic review of the scientific literature to understand the role of governance in health policies in international health emergencies, such as that caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The systematic review was designed based on the methodology proposed in the PRISMA Declaration. The scientific literature search was carried out in six databases: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, APA PsycInfo, MEDLINE Complete, eBook Collection (EBSCOhost), PubMED, and MedicLatina, published in the last five years. Fifteen articles that met quality and evidence criteria were analyzed. The governance approach alluding to the health emergency problem in health policies was the most addressed by the authors (80%), followed by a description of the participating actors (40%), the process, and decision-making spaces (33%), and ultimately, social norms or rules with 13%. Formulating a coherent set of global health policies within a large-scale global governance framework is mostly absent. Although the countries adopt international approaches (or policies), it is a process differentiated by the social, economic, and political contexts between countries, affecting heterogeneous health outcomes over the pandemic.

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Panel no. 05 – Miscellaneous

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Oral

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This abstract was reviewed on 2021-01-11 16:48h by SDGUPTA

Reviewer decision

Accepted