November 12, 2014

Local high school students learn about health careers at My Campus event

At the latest My Campus event, 47 high school students from around the Inland Empire came to Loma Linda University to learn about careers in health care. The Sunday, Nov. 2, event highlighted career options available from the School of Allied...
April 24, 2014

Pharmacy introduces new community residency

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy will launch a new residence program in July 2014 focused on long-term care, compounding, travel vaccination/immunization and durable medical equipment. The new PGY1 community pharmacy residency is only...
March 22, 2013

Stipends empower social work students to begin careers in health care

Three students from the School of Behavioral Health merited $2,000 stipends for the 2012-2013 school year from the Association of Social Work Leaders in Healthcare Southern California. They are second-year master of social work students Carolina Quiroz, Laura Loofbourrow, and Zulema Hernandez.
April 18, 2013

Communication sciences and disorders offers children's low-cost speech therapy program

The School of Allied Health Professions department of communication sciences and disorders will offer a low-cost, group speech therapy program for preschool children, ages 3-5, beginning in early October. The program is designed for children...
February 21, 2013

Unique faculty program offers 'formative dialogues' on teaching

A unique LLU program, Formative Dialogues on Teaching, makes available to any faculty member an opportunity to have a friendly, informal and completely confidential dialogue on classroom experiences with a Colleague of the Formative Dialogues on
February 7, 2013

Opportunities beyond the Pharm.D.

While the factors that influence pharmacy students to enter into residency programs are diverse, three outcomes of residency programs lend validity to their value: gaining knowledge, adding experience and enhancing career opportunities. According to
January 24, 2013

Pharmacy program assists local underserved senior citizens

The Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy continues to send students, faculty and staff to local Telacu senior housing communities to help underserved seniors choose between the many Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. Titled the...
October 11, 2012

Pharmacy moves into new Shryock Hall home

As of Tuesday, Sep. 26, the School of Pharmacy is open and operating in its new location in Shryock Hall. For the school, the move into a modernized Shryock Hall fulfills a goal articulated by Dr. W. William Hughes, dean of the school, to...
September 13, 2012

Gateway program introduces teens to health careers

Fifty-seven students and new graduates of area high schools spent the last two weeks of June on campus to learn about careers in the health science field. Called Gateway to the Health Professions, the program inspires teens to know that their...
August 22, 2012

Dentistry opens Hugh Love Center for Research & Education in Technology

The Loma Linda University School of Dentistry hosted a ribbon cutting and open house for its groundbreaking Hugh Love Center for Research and Education in Technology on Wednesday, August 22, in Prince Hall room 2270. Consistent with the school's
August 16, 2012

New Haiti program to improve rehab services

The School of Allied Health Professions just launched a program in Haiti to deal with one of the country's most glaring needs--rehabilitation treatment for the disabled. Sixteen Haitians are now studying for a certificate that will allow them to
August 9, 2012

Loma Linda students form chapter of new honor society on campus

On May 17, 25 nutrition and dietetics students were initiated into Phi Upsilon Omicron, a national honor society for students in family and consumer sciences. Phi U national president Corine Carr attended the ceremony and pinned each student,...
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