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On September 24th, Executive Chairman Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland joined the global conversation on the COVID-19 pandemic in a panel hosted by The Clinton Foundation titled “COVID-19 in the Caribbean: Public Health Challenges and Innovations”. Mrs. Bynoe-Sutherland shared with the audience the challenges faced by the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons gleaned to date from the experience.
Also in attendance were : Chelsea Clinton – Vice Chair, The Clinton Foundation, Dr. Joy St. John – Executive Director , Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), Dr. Jim Gordon – Founder and Director – Center for Mind Body Medicine, Ms. Maria Lewis – CEO and Founder – Impactivo Puerto Rico and Ms. Milagros Mendez , Acting Chair – Department of Psychology University of Puerto Rico.
“Although we are a small country, we have large lessons to share.” – Juliette Sutherland, Executive Chairman at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Barbados spoke to Clinton Global Initiative about public health challenges in #Barbados during #COVID19
Posted by Clinton Global Initiative on Thursday, October 22, 2020