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SHSI Annual Stress-Health Conference 2015 May 23-24, 2015
Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Hilton Rose Hall & Spa, Montego Bay, Jamaica pa, Montego Ba Jamaica
__________ Montego Bay, Jamaica
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KEYNOTE & PLENARY SPEAKERS AT THE CONFERENCE
ROBERT BROWN, III, PHD
Dr. Brown will be discussing the important role between stress and financial matters and how to become empowered to reduce the potential stress-financial crisis.
STAN WARREN, PHD
Dr. Warren will address the relationship between stress and crime with a particular emphasis on the stress-crime relationship in Jamaica.
MEGAN SWABY, (PSY.D CANDIDATE)
MS. Swaby will address the relationship of crime to stress and mental health and its implications for society.
JOHN MCNEIL, MD
Dr. McNeil will address the importance of knowing about and controlling infectious diseases (e.g., Chikungunya Virus and Ebola Virus).
TAMU DAVIDSON-SADLER, MD, MPH
As a physician, Dr. Tamu Davidson will focus on the selected chronic diseases, especially in a Jamaican context, such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular outcomes.
IVOR L. LIVINGSTON, PHD, MPH, CHES, CWWS
Dr. Livingston will speak on stress in the workplace and beyond. Also, as the main Conference Organizer, he will give the welcoming and closing speeches.
HORACE MCCORMACK, PHD
Dr. McCormack will be discussing the role strategic planning plays in workers’ productivity, which in turn improve their overall health and wellness.
LITONYA S. LIVINGSTON, MS, CHES
MS. Livingston will speak on intervention strategies to improve health using health education strategies.
STEFAN LIVINGSTON, MS, CPT
Mr. Livingston will discuss the important role of exercise in improving wellness, productivity and overall health.
MARGUERITE NEITA, PHD
Dr. Neita will be speaking on the important role nutrition plays in health in contributing to and maintaining good health.
BERNARD HEADLEY, PHD
Dr. Headley will address the relationship between stress, deportation and crime drawing heavily on his experiences as a scholar/activist Criminologist Iin the USA and in Jamaica.
ERROL MORRISON, MD, PHD,
Dr. Morrison will be the plenary/opening session speaker. He will address health issues in general with a specific focus on diabetes.
SONIA DAVIDSON, MD, MPH.,
As a holistic physician, Dr. Sonia Davidson will focus on the importance of having an integrated and holistic approach to achieving wellness, productivity and sustained good health.
ROBERTA HOLLANDER, PHD. MPH
Dr. Hollander will focus on health education and improving productivity in the workplace and beyond.
JAUNELL LATTY-MILLER, MSC,R.N.
Mrs. Latty-Miller will focus on the importance of reduced stress, wellness and longevity as sustained way of living.
CHIMENE CASTOR, PHD
Dr. Castor will focus on the importance of good nutrition and dietary habits to maintain good health , wellness and productivity.