Rokeisha Clare-Kleinbussink

Dr. Rokeisha Clare-Kleinbussink began her medical training at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad with completion of clinical years in 2004 obtaining an MBBS degree. Having started her practical and theoretical Dermatology training in the department of Dermatology at the Princess Margaret hospital (PMH)in 2007, she completed training at the Welsh institute of Dermatology at Cardiff University School of Medicine Wales, UK. She obtained a Diploma and a Masters of Distinction in Clinical Dermatology in 2010.

Upon returning home Dr. Rokeisha Clare-Kleinbussink continued working in the Department of Dermatology at PMH were she became actively involved in teaching of the undergraduate medical students in Dermatology. She joined the teaching faculty of the University of the West Indies School of Clinical Medicine and Research (UWI SCMR) as an Associate lecturer in Dermatology in 2010. Her teaching style aims to encourage and interest students of various learning styles combining old and new ways of teaching and learning. Her interest drew her to participate and complete the Certificate in University Teaching and Learning course (CUTL) in 2016 offered by University of the West Indies Mona campus in Jamaica, in addition to her developing love for research.

Dr. Rokeisha Clare-Kleinbussink has an interest in technology for the care of patients without access to a Dermatology clinic and has lead the Teledermatology clinic since 2011 at PMH which has and still provides services to Andros, Abaco and Long Island.