PHOTO: Health talk

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

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Prof Carol Baxter (right), principal research fellow, Department of Public Health, Imperial College, London and keynote speaker at the recent opening ceremony at the University of Technology, Jamaica's (UTech, Ja) Third International Biennial Nursing and Midwifery Conference, shares a light-hearted moment with Prof Stephen Vasciannie (left), president, UTech, Ja; and Dr Adella Campbell, head, Caribbean School of Nursing. The two-day conference at the Knutsford Court Hotel, Kingston highlighted the importance of evidence-based research to improve outcomes in both nursing education and in addressing some of the many concerns facing the local and regional health care systems.

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