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Sir Kenneth Livingston Standard

Sir Kenneth Livingston Standard of Barbados was the founding president of the Caribbean Public Health Association. He was known for his work in maternal and child health, child nutrition, community involvement in public health, and medical education. He has greatly influenced public health by exploring alternatives in the delivery of health care within the constraints of limited resources by using community health aides (auxiliaries) as members of the health team. Founding president of the Caribbean Public Health Association, he had a long career in medicine, public health and research.

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