TODAY - April 22, 2014

Citation data:

Vol: 27, Issue: 4

Publication Year:
2014
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Repository URL:
http://scholarsrepository.llu.edu/today/27
Author(s):
Loma Linda University Health
Publisher(s):
Loma Linda University Health
Tags:
PossAbilities Triathlon; nursing research studies; living by prevention; School of Dentistry associate dean; School of Dentistry assistant dean
newsletter description
Inside this issue:-- Loma Linda University Health 12th annual PossAbilities Triathlon promises fun for athletes and their families-- Nursing research studies seek to improve patient experience-- Living by prevention - personally and professionally-- School of Dentistry introduces associate and assistant deans-- Rosemary White-Traut to highlight nursing research conference at LLUH-- Guild to present evening of fashion and music to benefit LLU Children's Hospital-- Whole-person cancer care focuses on treating people, not diseases-- Fourth annual Black History Vespers and Dinner focuses on the future-- A trip to create fabulous meals: discover seasonal fruits and vegetables at Loma Linda Farmer's Market-- Deputy vice-chancellor of Pacific Adventist University visits LLUH-- A volunteer shares her personal reasons for becoming involved-- Center for Christian Bioethics celebrates 30 years with lecture series-- LLUCH physicians receive Award for Exemplary Service to Victims of Crime-- School of Pharmacy to host basketball tournament and auction fundraiser-- Sports medicine pioneer and alumnus Frank Jobe remembered-- Living it comes naturally to new vice president for business development at LLUMC-- AOA medical honor society inducts new 2014 members-- School of Pharmacy announces new community residency-- Don Blanton's radiation vacation-- Loma Linda University Health part of team to help improve health in San Bernardino County-- Public health students reach out during National Public Health Week-- Cheetah, Burmese python to visit LLUH campus with San Diego Zoo's Safari Park Tour-- Hugh Armitage finishes strong after conquering prostate cancer-- Study suggests black vegetarians at lower risk for heart disease than non-vegetarian blacks