Dr. Joy St. John,
The Caribbean Public Health Agency
Now more than ever, our tourism product should be safeguarded. We experienced the tsunami of impacts of COVID-19 on our economies, one of which was the severe impact on the tourism industry. As a result, it is timely for this 67th Conference to highlight all the ways that our region is working toward addressing the concerns, challenges, lessons learnt and innovations in the health and tourism sphere. While this year’s theme is
“Caribbean Health and Tourism: Pathways to Recovery and Resilience”
, you will have the opportunity to participate in some preconference meetings and other subject matter content not directly related to tourism and health but other public health areas of interest.
The Bahamas is a beautiful vacation destination and so, CARPHA invites you all to come participate in the event while you take the opportunity to unwind, rejuvenate and recalibrate before you return to your regular schedule.
Fellow researchers, scientists, public health professionals, students, lecturers, exhibitors, sponsors and all interested in this 67th CARPHA Annual Health Research Conference, Welcome!
The Committee invites you to support, attend and share with your networks.