The Department of Public Health, History of Science and Gynaecology trains students in a wide range of health and social sciences on both undergraduate and graduate levels. Its undergraduate courses cover medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, occupational therapy, anthropology, social work, journalism, and nutrition. On a graduate level, the Doctoral Program in Public Health, Medical and Surgical Sciences stands out, as it has been recognized as a Program of Excellence. This department also offers the Master's in Public Health and the Master's in Patient Safety and Quality Care, which is offered full-time and online to Latin American professionals. Furthermore, this department also participates in the Master´s in Research in Medical and Surgical Sciences. Research is carried out in the areas of epidemiology, health care management, public health policies and control of illnesses, the historical perspective of illness and public health, as well as genital malformations, climacteric and endometriosis and their relation to immunity. The department advises regional and national governments, and it participates in the management of scientific societies, such as the Spanish Society of Public Health and Health Administration, the Spanish Society of Preventive Medicine, Public Health and Hygiene, the Spanish Society for the History of Medicine, and is a member of international committees for health policies. This department is also part of the Biomedical Research Center Network for Epidemiology and Public Health.