Frustration soared 86% during COVID, study finds

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased frustration among the Jamaican population, pushing many to resort to negative and unhealthy coping strategies, a recent survey by researchers from Northern Caribbean University (NCU) has found. In a call to action, researchers have lobbied for policymakers to assess the findings to determine the scope ...
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Mandeville hospital receives well-needed supplies

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Although grateful that the Mandeville Regional Hospital received US$40,000 worth of supplies for orthopaedics and paediatrics, Chief Executive Officer Alwyn Miller says the facility is overwhelmed by the high number of people admitted for injuries from motor vehicle crashes. “We are severely challenged with the number of ...
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Erica Lumsden is the Gospel star

It's been two days since Erica Lumsden took home the top prize from the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission's (JCDC) Gospel Star Competition, and she's still on a high. “It's an amazing feeling. I feel blessed. It's almost like I'm in a dream and I have to pinch myself to wake ...
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IAD President Urges Members to Keep Praying, Ministering During Challenging Times

As political, economic and social unrest escalates throughout many of the countries in Inter-America, Pastor Elie Henry, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Inter-American Division, wishes to share these words of encouragement and urgent appeal to focus on praying and ministering to the needs of the people and ...
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In Jamaica, Adventist University President is Appointed to National Science and Technology Panel

Northern Caribbean University President Dr. Lincoln P. Edwards, was appointed earlier this month to serve as a member of the National Commission on Science and Technology of Jamaica, for a 12-month period. His appointment was made recently by Governor General the Most Hon Sir Patrick Allen. A dentist and pharmacologist ...
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Adventist Business Community Host Online Business Forum

The Adventist Laypersons Services and Industries (ASi), the business and professional arm of Seventh-day Adventist Church will host an Online Business Leaders Forum on Monday, June 14, 2021 starting at 7:00 pm Under the theme “Break Out of Your Walls” - Maneuvering Businesses Throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond”, several ...
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NCU professor awarded Musgrave silver medal

Professor Mark Harris at the Northern Caribbean University (NCU) has been awarded the Silver Musgrave Medal for outstanding merit in the field of science by the Council of the Institute of Jamaica. Harris is professor of environmental chemistry and applied climatology in the Department of Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science ...
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Our History

A Brief History of the Jamaica Union Conference and its Five Regions...

After 104 years of existence, the territory of West Indies Union Conference was reorganized during a Ceremony of Separation, which took place at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on Monday, November 29, 2010...

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