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Loma Linda Adventist University

Andy Lampkin, Antronette Yancey, Colwick Wilson, Gary E Fraser
OBJECTIVE: To identify the attitudes and perceptions of Black Seventh-day Adventists regarding health research and the healthcare system in two regions of the United States. DESIGN: Church members were selected from those who participated in the Adventist Health Study-2 (AHS-2) and those who chose not to participate. Participants were selected from two regions of the United States. SETTING: Participants were interviewed in their churches, in their homes, and in the research study office at Loma Linda University...
2009: Ethnicity & Disease
L Hyder Ferry, J Job, S Knutsen, S Montgomery, F Petersen, E Rudatsikira, P Singh
DESIGN: The aim of the programme was to ultimately affect public health practice and policy in the Kingdom of Cambodia and Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) by training key health professionals to conduct tobacco control research. SETTING: Encouraged by the World Health Organization's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, a global partnership formed to build effective leadership to develop and guide national tobacco control agendas. The partners were the Ministries of Health (Cambodia and Lao PDR), non-government organisations (Adventist Development and Relief Agency in Cambodia and Laos) and an academic institution (Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, USA)...
June 2006: Tobacco Control
D Ullmann, R L Phillips, W L Beeson, H G Dewey, B N Brin, J W Kuzma, C P Mathews, A E Hirst
We compare the mortality experience of medical school graduates from Loma Linda University (LLU [n = 4342]) and the University of Southern California (USC [n = 2832]) with each other and with that of contemporaneous, white, American men. When compared with US white men from the general population, both USC and LLU graduates had below expected deaths for all causes (USC, standardized mortality ratio [SMR] = 76; LLU, SMR = 56), although deaths due to cerebrovascular disease, airplane accidents, and suicides were elevated for USC (SMRs = 132, 360, and 218, respectively)...
May 8, 1991: JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association
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