|Title||Barbados Allied Health Programs|
Image 1: Mr. John Schaaf, Program Director for Project HOPE in Barbados, talks to HOPE Medical Technologists Rena Storm (left) and Karen Kelley (center) and a Jamaican student at the Project HOPE School of Health Sciences in Bridgetown, Barbados. In addition to the Barbados program, HOPE operates medical teaching-treating programs in Jamaica, Guyana, and St. Vincent in the Eastern Caribbean.
Image 6: The public health inspection student at left points out the unsafe condition of poorly stored meats to a visitor of Barbados' first Health Exhibition. The training he received from a Project HOPE educator will prepare him to help solve health care delivery problems in his island nation.
Image 9: Laboratory technology is an integral part of HOPE's program for the Eastern Caribbean. Here a HOPE tutor and her student discuss a slide prepared for the microscope.
Image 10: A medical records class is conducted at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados. This Eastern Caribbean nation serves as one of the eleven medical education program sites where Project HOPE carries out its people-to-people philosophy.
Image 11: Registered Records Administrator Everlina Holmes (left) works with her counterpart, an acting medical records officer at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados.
Image 13: Project HOPE Sanitarian Educator Tom Kirby, Cincinnati, Ohio, (left) explaining a iece of equipment used in house-to-house public health inspections. Kirby is teaching a class of public health inspectors at Barbados Community College.
Image 15: William B. Walsh, M.D., President and founder of Project HOPE, (left) and Erskine Gittens, public health inspector student from Barbados Community College discuss HOPE's participation in the program in that Eastern Caribbean nation.
Image 20: Project HOPE's Karen Kelly (seated) MT (ASCP), Rena Storm, MT (ASCP) and Barbadian counterpart Greselda Blackman do blood gases at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetow, Barbados.
Image 21: Project HOPE's Karen Kelly (R), MT (ASCP) and Rena Storm, MT (ASCP) watch as counterpart Keris Harper pipettes blood for chemical analysis at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Image 22: Project HOPE's Rena Storm, MT (ASCP), and Barbadian counterpart Victor Farrell study slides at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados.
public health inspector
Barbados Community College
Medical Records Administrator
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
|Caption||Rena Storm, John Schaaf, Karen Kelley with Jamaican student.|