Three nationals leave to study medicine in Cuba

Ms. Louwana Dorset and Mr. Jonathan Carty of St. Kitts and Ms. Kentisha Daley of   Nevis will pursue training in medicine.

 

Assistant Human Resource Manager, Ms. Jamilah Adams said the three join 30 other nationals of the federation  presently enrolled in Cuban universities.

A general surgeon, a sports medicine specialist, an architect, a mechanical engineer and five nurses, were among the Cuban-university trained nationals who recently graduated with masters or bachelor degrees.

 

Ms. Adams disclosed that a total of 93 Kittitians and Nevisians have graduated from Cuban universities and are professionals in several disciplines including, medicine, architecture, telecommunications, dentistry, agronomy, psychology, psychiatry, veterinary medicine, sociology, sports medicine, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, economics, phytosanitary technology, accounting/finance, business, computer science and chemical engineering.

Press release from Erasmus Williams (CUOPM)

 

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