A new initiative
The Caribbean Union Family Health and Well-being Study
… is a new initiative of the Family Life, Health Ministries, and Women & Children Ministries departments of the Caribbean Union and by
extension, the Caribbean Union Conference. The Study is fully endorsed by the Caribbean Union Executive Committee.
The study/research team comprises:
Colwick Wilson, PhD (University of the Southern Caribbean/Oakwood University)
David Williams, PhD (Johns Hopkins University)
Ammaran Williams, MA (Caribbean Union Conference)
Alexander Isaacs, DHEd, MPH, MCHES (Caribbean Union Conference)
Debra Henry, BS (Caribbean Union Conference)
Todd Reid, PhD (Johns Hopkins University)
Zephon Lister, PhD (Loma Linda University)
Deleise Wilson, PhD, MA (University of South Florida)
Sandra Reid, MBBS, MPH, DM (Psychiatry) (University of the West Indies)
Edward Clarke, PhD, MA, MBA (University of the Southern Caribbean)
Susan Chand, PhD (University of the Southern Caribbean)
Students from Loma Linda University provide some assistance to the Study team.
This team is also ably supported by three Administrative Assistants from the Caribbean Union: Mrs
Avril Henry John, Mrs. Sheryl Liverpool, and Mrs. Onessa Mitchell.
The Study Team fully subscribes to the mission, vision, goals, and core values of the Caribbean
Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, its parent organization.
This Website is solely dedicated to matters pertaining to the Caribbean Union Family Health and Well-being Study.
Your Questions. Answered.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the study being held?
This is primarily an online study that can be accessed from your smartphones, desktops, laptops, and tablets. A limited number of paper and pencil questionnaires would be available upon request.
The what about the study
You are specially invited to participate in a ground-breaking study about the Health and Wellbeing of Seventh-day Adventists living within the Caribbean Union.
How to enroll?
Contact your local conference or mission Family Life, Health, or Women, Children, and Adolescent Ministries directors for more information on how to enroll in the study.
Who are eligible to participate?
Any SDA member 18 years and older is eligible to participate in the study.