Since January 2020 CAIHR has been offering the Postgraduate Diploma in Health Research and Epidemiology in collaboration with the UWI Open Campus.Learn more
The Child Development Research Group at CAIHR has addressed the need for information and activities to support early learning through play during the Covid-19 pandemic with a new Parent Manual.Learn more
The University of the West Indies was asked by the Barbados Ministry of Health and Wellness to provide evidence to assist with the planning of a government response to the emerging COVID-19 outbreak.Learn more
The primary role of CAIHR is the conduct of high quality research that can inform health policy, programmes and health care delivery for regional populations.
This theme focuses on exposures that affect development, as well as on the effects of biological factors on growth.
With the rise of non-communicable chronic diseases, it is important to understand the determinants of health.
The depth of research innovation is interrogated in order to understand how genetic factors influence sickness and disease.