Ministry of Health and Wellness Presents 13th Annual National Health Research Virtual Conference November 16-18, 2022 NHRC will be executed using vFairs Event Technology

The conference will bring together entry level, mid-level & senior level doctors, nurses, health policy personnel, scientists, researchers and policy-makers to discuss research conducted within the public health system, specifically about Combatting Non-Communicable Diseases.

Kingston, Jamaica – The Ministry of Health and Wellness has announced that they will be hosting their 13th annual National Health Research Conference virtually through the vFairs virtual event platform. The conference will take place from November 16-18, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily. Interested parties can register here.

The theme for this year’s event is “Combatting Non-Communicable Diseases: Looking to a Healthier Future”, and will feature high quality abstracts on diet and nutrition, health economics, physical activity and exercise and health status of healthcare workers as well as other research related to the event theme. The event will consist of oral presentations, poster presentations, virtual networking, special presentations and workshops for attendees and researchers to discuss and share knowledge around the subject matter.

This event is in its 13th year of staging, and has established itself as one of the largest conferences in the English speaking Caribbean that brings together residents within the Caribbean and Diaspora, where clinical and non-clinical science and medical personnel can share knowledge and showcase their research. This is the main forum organized by the Ministry of Health and Wellness, Jamaica, to highlight research conducted within the public health system.

“Health information is a priority of the Ministry of Health and Wellness. The National Health Research Conference is an important source of data to guide policy and practice,” says a representative of the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

“We are honoured to be able to provide a virtual platform that supports knowledge sharing and discussion on such important and universally pertinent research,” says Muhammad Younas, CEO of vFairs.

Registration is free, and those interested in attending can register through the event website.

About the National Health Research Conference

The National Health Research Conference is organized by the Ministry of Health and Wellness, Jamaica.The Secretariat is housed within the National Epidemiology Branch.  The Conference focuses on operational research to guide policy and practice.

About vFairs

vFairs is a virtual, hybrid & in-person events platform that helps organizations of all sizes, industries and regions conduct memorable online events to achieve real business results. The virtual platform and mobile app offer versatile features and customization options. They also offer exceptional customer support, consistently rated #1 on third-party sites like G2 and Capterra. This is why top organizations around the world have chosen vFairs to host Virtual Conferences, Online Trade Shows, Job Fairs, Virtual Training & more.

Ministry of Health and Wellness  Presents 13th Annual National Health Research Virtual Conference  November 16-18, 2022 NHRC will be executed using vFairs Event Technology

Brianne Snell

Brianne is a Content Manager at vFairs. She has over 8 years of experience planning and creating content for IT and SaaS organizations. When she isn't sharing her excitement for virtual and hybrid events, you can find her doing Pilates, bingeing pop culture podcasts and hanging out with her dog, Charlotte.

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Ministry of Health and Wellness  Presents 13th Annual National Health Research Virtual Conference  November 16-18, 2022 NHRC will be executed using vFairs Event Technology

Brianne Snell

Brianne is a Content Manager at vFairs. She has over 8 years of experience planning and creating content for IT and SaaS organizations. When she isn't sharing her excitement for virtual and hybrid events, you can find her doing Pilates, bingeing pop culture podcasts and hanging out with her dog, Charlotte.
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