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Faculty of Medical Sciences

Dr. Euclid Morris

Dr. Euclid Morris

Lecturer in Family Medicine

FMS
Clinical Faculty (Phase II)

Bio

A graduate of the UWI with over 25 years’ experience in clinical medicine. After graduating from UWI, Dr Morris resided in the United Kingdom where he obtained additional post-graduate qualifications in Family Medicine and Occupational Medicine. He is a member, of the Royal College of General Practitioners, UK, a Diplomate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians, a member of the Caribbean College of Family Physicians, a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Lecturer at the UWI in Family Medicine from 2006 and Coordinator of the Family Medicine postgraduate residency programme from 2015.

Clinical and academic supervision of post-graduate Family Medicine students for the DM qualification in Family Medicine at the GP Unit since 2006.

Coordination and supervision of the Year 5 undergraduate community health clerkships and joint responsibility for the delivery of the Introduction to Medical Practice course for phase I pre-clinical students.

Qualifications

MBBS MSc MRCGP (UK)

Research Areas

Research interests include clinical and academic family medicine and occupational medicine with publications in peer reviewed medical journals.
Member of the ECHORN team which was awarded the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill prize for Research.
Campus Research Award  for research on workplace violence against medical staff in public primary healthcare facilities in Barbados.
Supervisor for DM Family Medicine awarded Graduate Student Research awards.

Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network (ECHORN). The Adult ECHORN Cohort Study (A-ECHORN) is a community-based prospective cohort study that follows approximately 3,000 community dwelling adults 40 years of age or older who live on the islands of Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, and Barbados. The primary goal of the cohort study is to examine known and potential risk factors associated with the development of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.  
 
Ironman prostate study
IRONMAN (International Registry of Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer) is a population-based prospective study of men with newly diagnosed advanced, metastatic prostate cancer (CRPC) enrolled from 16 countries.

Teaching Areas

Introduction to medical Practice
Year 5 Community Health clerkship
Family Medicine post-graduate: years 1 – 4.

Publications

  1. Marshall CA, Morris E, Unwin N: An epidemiological study of rates of illness in passengers and crew at a busy Caribbean cruise port. BMC Public Health 2016, 16(1):1-6.
  2. Abed M, Morris E, Sobers-Grannum N: Workplace violence against medical staff in healthcare facilities in Barbados. Occupational medicine (Oxford, England) 2016 Oct;66(7):580-3.
  3. Maharaj RG, Standard-Goldson A, Hanna-Mahase C, Roache-Barker S, Cunningham-Myrie C, Motilal MS, Farquharson C, Morris E, Paul-Charles J, Williams-Green P et al: Family Medicine at the University of the West Indies: a model for the developing world. Education for primary care : an official publication of the Association of Course Organisers, National Association of GP Tutors, World Organisation of Family Doctors 2016:1-4.
  4. Adams OP, Mangera KA, Hambleton IR, Morris EH, Paul-Charles JL: Does peak expiratory flow measured sitting differ from that measured standing? A cross-over study in primary care in Barbados. BJGP Open 2018.
  5. S Motilal, J Paul-Charles, M Asnani, R Khan,T Ricketts-Roomes, S Pinder-Butler, J Herbert, C Farquharson, C Conliffe, A Standard-Goldson, K Smith, E Morris, R Maharaj. 2020 family medicine postgraduate examinations at The University of the West Indies: successes and challenges in the time of COVID-19 pandemic.  Post-graduate Medical Journal: BMJ Journals. 2021. Vol 97: 423-426

Keywords

Family medicine; public health; academic family medicine; occupational medicine


Faculty of Medical Sciences
Telephone: (246) 417-4694/4703/4264 Fax: (246) 438-9170 Email: fms@cavehill.uwi.edu