COVID-19: A look back on 2020/2021
Don't Let Asthma and COPD take your breath away!
The Effects of Screen Time on School-Age Children's Physical and Mental Health
Wisdom From the World's First Resiliency Capital for Overcoming What Life Throws Your Way
Raising the Bar for the Sports Physical: a successful season begins in the exam room
Dietary Lessons Learned from the Adventist Health Study
MyChart! How to Get the Most out of Your Patient Portal Experience
Jeffrey Kim, MD
Eating Well for Decreasing Inflammation
JeJe Noval, MS, PhD, RDN, CLT
Updating LLU on COVID-19 Vaccines
Michael D. Hogue, PharmD, FAPhA, FNAP
Diet and Cardiovascular Disease
Purvi Parwani, MBBS
Ellen G. White and Psychology: What Went Wrong and Why It Matters
Adam Aréchiga, PsyD, DrPH
Karl Haffner, PhD
Exercising on Empty
Peter Bastian, MD
RICA - Resiliency Institute of Childhood Adversity
Amy Young, MD
Community Garden Partnerships
Juan Carlos Belliard
Treating Neuropathic Pain and Whole Person Care
Mark Bussell, DPT, OCS
Adam L. Aréchiga, PsyD, DrPH
Know Your Medicine, Know Your Pharmacist
Michael Hogue, Pharm.D., FAPhA, FNAP
Finding Wellness in a Busy and Demanding Life
Trevor Wright, FACHE
A Blue Christmas?
Randy Roberts, DMin, LMFT
Grieving and the Holidays
Meal Timing - Does It Matter When You Eat?
April Wilson, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACLM
We'll discuss the evidence behind the timing and frequency of meals and dive into which meals are most beneficial for maintaining a healthy weight and preventing chronic disease
Moving from Conflict to Collaboration
Lizette O. Norton, MBA
Distinguishing the differences between negative and positive conflict is the first step in moving to collaboration
Real Relationships in a Virtual World
DP Harris, PhD
Discuss tools and tips for making the best use of social media to create and enhance relationships in the real world
Managing Through a Crisis
Beverly Buckles, DSW
Learn about the challenges and opportunities for leaders in assisting employees in facing the effects of trauma and crisis to create a healthy workplace
"I Was Told I Have Sleep Apnea"
Ramiz Fargo, MD
Sleep Apnea is a very common sleep condition. Learn more about what causes it, the risks it poses to your health, and how it can be treated
The Biological Basis of Tribalism
Ronald L. Carter, PhD
We will explore from an ethologist's point of view our conscious and unconscious drive toward tribalism
Your Gut and You
Brian Bull, MD
Rethinking the Science of Nutrition
Eugene Pak, MD
Discussion on lower back pain: types, causes, and treatment options
Primary Care and the Need for Greater Access and Continuity in the Delivery of Healthcare
Daniel Reichert, MD
We will explore the need and benefit of these central principles in the delivery of Primary Care and the barriers to their fullest realization
Family Fun with Food Prep
Esmerelda Valluru, MS, RD
In this session, we will explore research on the impact of family meals and ways to make it easier for families to dine together.
The Gift of Gratitude
Carl Ricketts, Jr. M.Div.
Sometimes we view the glass as half empty instead of half full. Do you want the positivity of the half full view? Please join us for an inspirational presentation on the freedom that gratitude brings.
Men's Health – Prostate, Bladder, and Testosterone
Roger Hadley, MD
Have you noticed that as you get older your bladder becomes smaller, your PSA grows greater and your sexual vitality wanes? Tune in and we will bring you up to date on these issues.
The molecules behind a healthy longevity
Penelope Duerksen-Hughes, Ph.D.
Studies on populations, including those of Seventh-day Adventists, have told us that a variety of factors and choices can influence both how long we live and how healthy we are while we are alive. We are learning that many of the factors that determine how long and how well we live is up to us – the decision is in our hands!
ABCs of Vaccines: Facts vs. Myths
Noreen Chan Tompkins, PharmD, BCPS-AQ ID
Ever wonder if what you hear about vaccines is true? Join this presentation to learn important facts about vaccines.
Christian W. Johnston, Esq.
During our lives we must make important decisions that will affect those we care about the most. Attorney Chris Johnston will endeavor to simplify the complex legalities involved in making these decisions.
The Well Woman Exam and Prevention, Whats New and What do I do?
Courtney Martin, DO
Medicine is constantly changing, as are recommendations for the well woman visit and preventative information. We will go through what you need to know, questions to ask, and new things we are looking for to take great care of you.
Current understanding of the key to the gate for timing of birth
Steven Yellon, MD
Understanding the complex coordination of fetal maturation and maternal preparations for birth will provide insights into processes that result in babies born too early or past their due date.
Maximize your visual potential!
Michael Rauser, MD
Everyone values the gift of sight. Yet it is easy to take good vision for granted. Dr. Rauser will review practical tips and cutting edge technology to maximize your visual potential.
Advanced Directives- The Best Gift You Can Give Your Family
Gina Mohr, MD
Learn why having a conversation with your loved ones and completing an AD are important to ensure you get the type of care you desire when it matters most.
Diet & Cancer Risk
Michael J. Orlich, MD, PhD
Learn more about the Adventist Health Study – 2 (AHS-2) and some key results. We’ll focus on recent results relating dietary patterns to this risk of major cancers. We’ll end by reviewing sensible dietary strategies to help minimize the risk of developing cancer.
Cancer Screening and Prevention
Mark Reeves, MD, PhD
Tune in to learn more about the most important ways to prevent and screen for common cancers.
Wellness: I Just Don't Have the Time
Lyndon Edwards, MBA, MHS
We’re all very busy with work, family, church and other activities. How do you find time to exercise and take intentional actions to live a healthier life? This seminar will discuss how one busy hospital executive finds time for wellness.
The Power of Gratitude
Dilys, Brooks, MDiv
How grateful are you? Studies show that feelings of gratitude actually contribute to overall health. Join this presentation and learn practical ways to access the power of gratitude in your life.
Diabetes and the Holidays
Kevin Codorniz, MD
Want to enjoy the holidays and the food and still stay healthy? Holiday parties and family gatherings can present a special challenge when it comes to eating healthy – especially for people who are trying to prevent or control diabetes. Learn how to stay healthy during the holiday season.
Roger Woodruff, MD
Everyone gets stressed out once in a while. But if you’re feeling overwhelmed and struggling to keep up with your responsibilities, it could be burnout. In this seminar, you’ll find out what causes burnout, discover how to recognize it within yourself, and learn steps you can take to head it off.
The Power of Community Service
Richard Hart, MD, DrPH
Join this presentation and learn more about the health benefits of engaging in community service.
John B. Won, DDS, MS, FACP
Oral health is an essential part of staying healthy. Join us and learn more about the importance of maintaining good oral health.
10 Rules for traveling safely: ensuring your next vacation isn't a disaster!
Ehren Ngo, MS, EMT-P
We all live for vacations: a chance to get a way, relax, and see new places. But when we are away, a lot can go wrong- both at home and on our trip. Join us to learn about travel safety and security so you can truly relax when you take that next trip!
Vidhya Krishnamurthy, PhD, and Pilar Pichon, MD
According to the CDC, 1 out of 68 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Join us for this free, educational live stream and learn more about autism.
The Beat Goes On: How to Keep Your Heart Healthy
Anthony Hilliard, MD FACC
Do you know your risk of heart disease? Join us to learn more about heart health, risk prevention and managing heart disease.
Everyday Foods to Fight Cancer
Andrew Woodward, MS, RD, CSO
Join us to learn more about everyday foods that have the tremendous potential of fighting cancer.
A sense of belonging, connectedness and engagement in the places and spaces that matter to us is critical to our physical, mental health and well-being. Join us and explore why social connectedness is important to our health and well-being.
The Hope of a New Beginning
Terry Swenson, DMin, MDiv
Everyone needs a new beginningwhether it is from a personal failing, tragic past, or in the desire to pursue a dream. Join us to learn several strategies that can help you experience renewal.
Profound Loss & The Holiday Season
Kathy McMillan, MA, RN
The holidays can be difficult when you have experienced loss. The loss can be a person, pet, job, or relationship. Join us to learn several strategies that can help you or someone you know embrace the holidays.
Finances & The Future
Mark Hubbard, SVP Risk Management
Finances can be a large source of stress. Learn strategies that can help you prepare for your financial future.
Do you know the correct chair height for your work station? Learn how to set up a healthy, ergonomic workspace to keep you comfortable and injury-free.
The best way to protect your home and family from fire should always be at the top of your to-do list. Learning the basics of fire safety is the first step in fighting fire- and it just so happens to be the most important. Join us to learn more about the basics of fire safety.
The Internet: Protect Yourself
What does it mean to protect yourself online? Why should you do it? Learn more about protecting yourself while using the internet.
How to Mend Broken Relationships
Randall Walker MS, LMFT
Healthy relationships are a vital component of health and wellbeing. Learn how to mend broken relationships.
Vegging Out This Summer
Chef Cory Gheen
Vegetables can actually be delicious! Join us to learn strategies to help get the picky eater in your family start trying and loving vegetables.
You're Raising my Heart Rate! Cardiovascular Exercise Basics
Ronald Rea, DScPT
You know cardiovascular exercise is important, but what exactly is it? Learn more about cardiovascular exercise from our expert!
Getting to the Heart of What's Important
Anthony Hilliard, MD
February is Heart Month: Take advantage of a free heart health presentation. Cardiologist, Dr. Anthony Hilliard, will speak about heart health, risk prevention and managing heart disease.
Serving & Self: How a Life of Service Can Impact Your Life
Tina Pruna, MPH
With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However the benefits of volunteering impact you, your family and your community. Learn more about the benefits of service and how to make volunteering a part of your life.
Resolutions and Debunking Popular Diets
Every January, the topics of healthy eating and weight loss take center stage in the press and on social media. Making healthy food choices are not always easy. There are many diets to choose from, but not all of them are healthy.
Stress Free Holidays: Yes, It's Possible!
Shelby Roemer, LMFT
Stay safe and stress-free with some great advice and tips!
The Truth About Diabetes
Debbie Clausen, MSN, FNP, CDE
Great presentation regarding what Diabetes is and what steps can be taken to manage it!
Vegetarianism, Is It Worth It?
Esmerelda Guerrero, MS, RD
Vegetarianism is a great way to jump start your healthy living plan!
Take a Stand Against Sitting "Disease"
Ernie Medina, DrPH
Using a standing desk is more important than you might initially think!
Disaster Preparedness: What's in Your Toolbox
Brett McPherson, RN, BSN
Make sure that you're prepared should a disaster strike!
In Pursuit of Peace
Dilys Brooks, MDiv, MS, MA
Finding peace matters more to your health than you think!