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Core Functions

  1. To advise governments and other decision makers on matters related to research and other related health matters
  2. To stimulate and enable original health research in the Caribbean
  3. To facilitate and promote communication and sharing of scientific outputs among health scientists and related professionals in the wider Caribbean region, especially through the organization of annual scientific meetings
  4. To facilitate and promote the development and strengthening of research capacity throughout the Caribbean
  5. To facilitate and promote the development and strengthening of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity and systems in the Caribbean
  6. To strengthen the Caribbean research culture through the conduct and coordination of research and related activities including the development of health research agendas and the establishment of Essential National Health Research (ENHR) strategy
  7. To supplement the financial resources of the Council by identifying additional sources of funding for research through fund raising activities

Other Functions

  1. To administer a Research Grants Scheme to fund health research projects
  2. To promote a deeper understanding of ethics among researchers and the establishment of structures for ethical review and oversight in the Caribbean
  3. To perform an advisory role to the scientific community in relation to the vision, scope, priorities and implementation strategies that should guide scientific research in the Region
  4. To identify areas of health research of the greatest potential benefit to the people of the Caribbean
  5. To collect, disseminate and publish reports and other information relating to health research in the Caribbean
  6. To take all necessary actions consistent with the purposes of the Council.