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China, child life, counseling and family sciences

First student enrolls in Healthcare Experiences Training Program

In Fall 2017, a new educational and training Child Life program was opened to pediatric nurses from the People’s Republic of China. The program was a result of a four-year series of educational exchanges between the Loma Linda University School of Behavioral Health, Child Life Specialist Program, and The Children’s Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine (ZUCH).

alumni, homecoming

Second annual LLUH One Homecoming

The second annual LLUH One Homecoming was held earlier this month, celebrating alumni from Loma Linda University’s eight schools as well as other members of our LLUH community. As part of the larger, campus-wide event, the School of Behavioral Health held a fun-filled evening of entertainment from the well-known Christian illusionist Danny Ray, who has performed throughout the United States and the world.

Phi Alpha Iota Pi, homelessness, poverty, social work, violence

Department of Social Work and Social Ecology hosts local mayors

In October, the Phi Alpha Honor Society, Iota Pi Chapter, had the pleasure of presenting a poster board on community engagement at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) conference via Zoom. The main goal of the Honor Society for the academic year was to "fully embrace the systems approach in social work, by impacting its community on a macro-practice level."

obesity, psychology

Operation Fit

Operation Fit Camp is a series of one-week camps for children ages 9-15 that focus on teaching healthy eating and physical activity behaviors in order to give children and families the resources to live healthier lives. Since Operation Fit was developed 10 years ago, over 1,000 children have attended the student led camp at Loma Linda University Health.