St. Kitts and Nevis Health Minister Eugene Hamilton is asking as many Federation citizens as possible to engage in the public health debate by attending the Caribbean Public Health Agency’s 63rd Annual Conference, June 14 to 16 at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.

“Sustainable Health Systems for Economic Growth, Development and Wealth,” is the theme of the event this year and Hamilton feels with the Federation on the verge of creating a universal health care system for all its citizens, this would be a good time to have public input into the plans.

Topics to be discussed will be Health Care Systems: Policy and Planning, the Business of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases and Public Health Issues.

Federation citizens will get reduced ticket prices. June 14 and 15 will be $80 per day and June 16 will be $60.

The tickets allow admission to all scientific sessions, West Indian Medical Journal session,as well as a lunch and coffee breaks. But, and extra $125 charge will be made to attend the June 16 Awards Banquet.