The wait is over….

The 2020 National Health Research Conference will be held virtually using the exciting, innovative and interactive online platform: HUBILO (View Demo). The Conference will also feature a 3D Poster Hall.

Attendees will be able to set-up their virtual profile, including photos; visit the virtual speaker lounge; view live and pre-recorded sessions, participate in polls, Q&A and contests; visit the networking lounge, network with exhibitors and sponsors.

New Dates: Thursday 19th and Friday 20th November 2020
Revised Registration Fee: Delegates: $200; Students: $100

More detailed correspondence will follow, as we address your questions and concerns, including decisions regarding the revised program, registration fee refund and other logistics information.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to transition this much-anticipated Conference to an online event.
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Stay healthy.


Inter-Institution Planning Committee
2020 National Health Research Conference



The Faculty of Medical Sciences, The University of the West Indies, The Ministry of Health, The Tobago House of Assembly, Regional Health Authorities, The University of Trinidad and Tobago and The University of the Southern Caribbean will be hosting the country's first National Health Research Conference on November 19 and 20, 2020, Virtually using the Hubilo Platform. The theme of the Conference, Advancing Health Research in Trinidad and Tobago, enables the dissemination of indigenous research evidence on the health priorities of the country, as well as the development of evidence-informed policy and programming, aimed at improving the health outcomes of the population.

Main Objectives

  1. To share research findings with key stakeholders (care providers, Ministries, RHAs, Academic Institutions, general public, etc.)
  2. To strengthen the national health research culture.
  3. To build research capacity and nurture junior researchers.
  4. To foster collaboration among researchers at different institutions.
  5. To share policy relevant messages with the users of research, that is, care providers, policy makers and planners.

Target Audience

Medical Practitioners

Laboratory Specialists

Regional Health Authority Administrators

Ministry of Health Officials

Researchers

University Staff and Students

Time

Research Presentations (Both Days): 8:30am - 1:30pm

Registrants will have all-day access to the 3D Poster Hall


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