Okay, this may seem like a silly question, but...what exactly qualifies as Carribean-Hispanic ethnicity? I'm guessing this is going to include people from Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba...any others? And, if anyone can help, is there a rather generic last name that would be good to use for a fictitious person from any one of those countries (and tell me which one)...something along the lines of Smith or Jones in the US. Actually, a good female first name would be helpful too. No, I'm not trying to change my identity. I'm trying to develop course material with a new case for the med students, and the disorder I'm developing it around has a higher prevalence in Carribean-Hispanics, African-Americans, and Mexican-Americans. They already have some cases in the rotation that include patients of African and Mexican descent, so I thought I'd mix it up a bit and make this one a Carribean-Hispanic woman. Multiple suggestions are appreciated (we usually have humorous titles for the cases, so multiple names to choose from might improve my chances of working it into the title). I'm not giving details on the case because once it's developed and being used for the course, I know the students search online for information, and I don't want them coming across the entire case development in a thread here just by searching for the patient's name.