There is only one Cuba. This vivacious tropical island with music throbbing through its veins has a vivid history and character, kept intact by a half century of economic isolation. It also has a unique healthcare system. Cuba has universal healthcare with a strong focus on primary care, preventative medicine and home health, with basic healthcare for all a national priority. Cuba has long made wide use of traditional and herbal remedies from a pharmacological perspective, from necessity as much as anything.
There has rarely been a better time to visit this exciting country. Still in a time warp from the embargo from which it’s only now emerging, Cuba is poised at the beginning of a creative wave of new culture. Experimentation is in the air. This tour follows in the footsteps of previous successful medical tours to Cuba, providing real insight into Cuban society and healthcare.
Since 1995, Hemant Patel has served on the local, national, European, Commonwealth and world pharmacy bodies.
He is the Secretary of NE London LPC and has served the profession of pharmacy as President of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of GB for four terms and was awarded the first ever Charter Award in 2011 for his contribution to his profession.
In particular, has made contribution to pharmacists’ role in medicines safety and effectiveness in use, introduction of public health services in community pharmacy, and now the innovation of SelfCare Pharmacy practice.
Hemant is well known for his personal commitment to improve the profession of pharmacy and to meet changing needs of the patients, and the public.
USD $3,354 per person sharing (excluding international flights and transfers).