Diabetes, Global Health, Research, women's health

Gestational Diabetes Treatment and Diagnosis Around the World

Researchers from all over the world collaborated on a literature review and published a paper titled Gestational diabetes mellitus: Case definition & guidelines for data collection, analysis, and presentation of immunization safety data. Kachikis A, et al. Vaccine. 2017.

Celebrating 50 Years

Loma Linda University School of Public Health is celebrating 50 years! On June 23, 1967, LLUSPH was officially accredited by the American Public Health Association.  Let’s take a quick look at research and practice from each decade.

Global Health, Health Education, Public Health, Zimbabwe, missions

Ndatenda Zimbabwe!

By: Givan Hinds, MPH Global Health School of Public Health

Grants, NIH, Public Health, Research, smoking cessation, tobacco

Loma Linda Awarded Smoking Cessation Grant for a Cytisine Trial in Mongolia

*Pictured above - Dr. Pramil Singh (seated second from left) meets with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Mongolia.  Loma Linda University School of Public Health (LLUSPH) has been awarded a Global Research Award for Nicotine Dependence (GRAND). GRAND is an independently-reviewed competitive grants program supported by Pfizer to fund research into the treatment of tobacco and nicotine dependence.

MBA Students Place 4th in College Bowl

A team of LLU MBA students placed fourth in the Health Care Executives of Southern California Western Regional College Bowl held in Los Angeles on April 7, 2017. The four students were Olivia White, Michael Bennett, Nichole Patel, and Rose Kim. Dr. Ed McField was the faculty sponsor who helped coordinate the team.

LLUSPH Students Train to Become TotalSDI Facilitators

By Peter C. Gleason, PhD Loma Linda University School of Public Health (LLUSPH) is among the first in the U.S. to prepare students for workplace communication and conflict management with TotalSDI. Developed in the 1950’s by psychologist Dr. Elias Porter, the TotalSDI program assesses personal motivations as a gateway for understanding communication style, preferred strengths, and responses to conflict.