Wil Alexander Wholeness Series continues at School of Allied Health Professions
Loma Linda University students, staff, and faculty are invited to the seven winter quarter lectures of the Wil Alexander Wholeness Series.
The first lecture of the quarter will be given January 4 by Eric Anderson, PhD, MBA, titled “Playing the Devil’s Advocate in the Health Care Decision-Making Process.”
The next workshop takes place January 11 and is called “Spiritual Boundaries: The Ethics of Praying with Patients.” It will be presented by Gerald Winslow, PhD, and Betty Winslow, PhD, RN.
Jo Ann Trusiani of Access Loan Company will speak next. Her January 18 lecture will cover “Personal Finance: Loans and Budgets.”
“The License You Lose May Be Your Own: Professional Behavior” comes next. It will be presented February 1 by Craig Jacks
Betty Winslow, PhD, RN, & Gerald Winslow, PhD
on, JD, MSW, dean of the School of Allied Health Professions.
A week later, on February 8, William Hooker, PhD, MS, will speak on “Building a Strong and Meaningful Relationship.”
Ivan Blazen, PhD, will give a lecture titled “Compassion: The Heart of Healing Love” on February 15.
The final workshop of winter quarter will be presented by Ingrid Dahlgren, MA. Her March 1 talk is called “Stress is Normal, It’s Calm I Worry About….”
Each workshop runs from 5:10 to 6:00 p.m. in the Collins Room at Drayson Center.
Prior to each lecture, at 4:50 p.m., a light meal will be provided by the office of student activities. Meal reservations are required and must be made by 2:00 p.m. the day before each workshop. Send reservation requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.