C-TECH’s Country Consultation for the Caribbean moves initiative

Dr. Natalie Irving-Mattocks (right) and Dr. Maria Clapperton (left), Senior Medical Officer for NCDs in the Ministry of Health, Trinidad and Tobago discuss the logo of the Trinidad and Tobago Moves (TT Moves). The TT Moves logo and messaging form a critical part of the public education and behavior change component of the Moves. Dr.[…]

C-TECH Celebrates Success in Empowering the HIV Community through Health Education Sessions

The Caribbean Training and Education Centre for Health (C-TECH) has announced the successful conclusion of its impactful HIV health education sessions. This programme has played a vital role in providing essential information on HIV and other health-related topics to the HIV community and other stakeholders. Over the span of three years, C-TECH, in collaboration with[…]

C-TECH develops a Continuous Quality Improvement Strategy for Chronic Non-communicable Diseases for the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

C-TECH, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW), has achieved remarkable success in the implementation of the “Development of Continuous Quality Improvement Strategy for Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases” project. Spanning from June 2022 to February 2023, this initiative aimed to enhance the quality of care provided to patients with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in[…]

C-TECH Transforms Healthcare Delivery in Jamaica with Innovative Telehealth Programme

C-TECH, the Caribbean Training and Education Centre for Health, is revolutionising healthcare delivery in Jamaica through its groundbreaking telehealth training programme. This programme is offered to healthcare providers across treatment and support sites, equipping them with essential skills to effectively utilise telemedicine. Telemedicine encompasses both clinical and non-clinical remote services, focusing on providing low-resource clinical[…]

C-TECH’s Innovative Approaches to Healthcare Delivery

The Caribbean Training and Education Centre for Health (C-TECH) is at the forefront of transforming healthcare in the Caribbean and beyond. As a regional organisation dedicated to addressing health workforce and health system challenges, we strive to bring cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions to meet the unique needs of the health sector. Here are some[...]

Introducing HealthJam: Revolutionising HIV Care and Treatment through Digital Health Intervention

C-TECH is revolutionising the landscape of HIV care and treatment with the development and testing, a cutting-edge digital health intervention. This innovative intervention is designed to support individuals living with HIV and other health conditions by increasing client engagement, strengthening the therapeutic alliance, and providing client-centric care through improved communication and remote support. This comprehensive[...]

Upskilling the Health Workforce: Caribbean Health eLearning Portal

The Caribbean Training and Education Centre for Health (C-TECH) is dedicated to transforming the public health system by equipping healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to deliver high-quality care. Our key initiative in achieving this goal is the Caribbean Health eLearning Portal, a robust Learning Management System (LMS) designed to empower the[…]


MEDIA RELEASE Kingston, Jamaica, 28 April 2023 – The Caribbean Training and Education for Health (C-TECH) has successfully concluded the Supporting the Mental Health of Healthcare Workers in the Region project. Launched last year in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), the project was implemented in Jamaica and 11 other countries, with a total[…]

5 (free) things you can do to enhance your mental health

By Jhannille Brooks  Learning to say no – There are only so many hours in a day with a seemingly endless list of things to do. There will be many requests for your presence, participation and input but you are not obligated to fulfil them all. Learning to say no and manage the feelings of[…]

C-TECH and OECS partner to launch new mental health resource to support 5000 frontline workers

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and the Caribbean Education Center for Health (C-TECH) have launched a new mental health resource designed to support the psychological health and wellbeing of frontline workers. The project entitled: “Support and Education for Long Life through Frontline Workers CARE Project” – SELF CARE Project for short, is an[…]