2022: Two-year Impact Factor: 4.4
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CiteScore (2022): 5.3
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Health Promot Perspect. 2019;9(3): 174-180. doi: 10.15171/hpp.2019.25
PMID: 31508337        PMCID: PMC6717929

Systematic Review

Port of Spain Summit Declaration as a successful outcome of globalhealth diplomacy in the Caribbean region: a systematic review

Vijay Kumar Chattu 1,2 * ORCID, Andy W Knight 3

Cited by CrossRef: 7

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4- Hackett A, Adereti C, Walker A, Ozobu I, Petit J, Waldron K, Rolle M. The impact of limited access to electronic medical records on neurosurgical care within the CARICOM countries: A survey and scoping review. Brain and Spine. 2023;3:101747 [Crossref]
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2-year Impact Factor: 4.4


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