Dr. Jascinth Lindo holds a Master of Science Degree in Nursing Education and a PhD in Public Health from the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Kingston, Jamaica. Dr. Lindo has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels at the UWI School of Nursing (UWISON) [2007-2015] and Barry University [2015-2018]. Courses facilitated include: Health Promotion, Epidemiology, Public Health, Research Methods, Global Leadership Strategies and Diversity Awareness, Curriculum Development, and Nursing Knowledge and Science.
Dr. Lindo is passionate about building research capacity among nurses, and has mentored nursing faculty, graduate students and staff nurses. She is known for creating collaborative, supportive environments which facilitate nursing professionals to participate in the scholarly process. To date she has authored and co-authored 29 peer reviewed articles and 69 abstracts and conference presentations, presented at international conferences. Dr. Lindo has published in the areas of maternal and perinatal mortality, workplace health, nursing education and nursing practice. This diversity in her research experience allows her to work on a wide range of projects.