BARP President Marilyn Rice-Bowen, and Interim General Manager Betty Proute tour the Podiatry Room at the Barbados Diabetes Foundation.
Participants aged 65 or older with a medical diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes are needed for a University of West Indies (Cave Hill) study conducted by Student Researcher Jamie Hinds. The study will look at the perceived role of social support in self-management of Type 2 diabetes among Barbadians 65 yrs and older before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BARP President Marilyn Rice-Bowen's recent address at the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between BARP and the Barbados Diabetes Foundation.
President of BARP Marilyn Rice-Bowen and Chairman of the Barbados Diabetes Foundation Justice Christopher Blackman sign Memorandum of Understanding while Foundation CEO Cally Boyea looks on. This took place at Maria Holder Diabetes Center on 22nd July where a partnership between the two entities will benefit BARP members. Details coming soon.