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Juan Carlos Belliard, PhD
Assistant Vice President, Community Partnrshps&Diversity, Assistant Vice President Community Partnrshps&Diversity
Loma Linda University
Associate Professor, School of Public Health
School of Public Health
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
1/2008 - 3/2008 Cultural Issues in Health Care
Critical analysis of broad socio-cultural and political forces that impact healthcare access and delivery domestically and internationally. Assessment of ethnocentric beliefs and attitudes that contribute to the gap between marginal populations and healthcare, and strategies of socio-cultural change within the context of power and privilege. Introduction to ethnographic methodology with field experience.
9/2007 - 12/2006 Cultural Issues in Health Care-Online
Critical analysis of broad socio-cultural and political forces that impact healthcare access and delivery domestically and internationally. Assessment of ethnocentric beliefs and attitudes that contribute to the gap between marginal populations and healthcare, and strategies of socio-cultural change within the context of power and privilege. Introduction to ethnographic methodology with field experience.
10/2006 Primary Health Care Programs- Capacity Building Module
At the conclusion of the module, the students will be able to: -Understand the role of structured needs and assets assessments -Understand the role and know how to developing a structured interviewing outline to guide the assessment process -Know how to conduct an individual interview and understand basic concepts and differences of this and group interviews -Understand the role of and some basic tools and approaches for health education in global health work? individual vs. organizational /structural -Understand the role of literacy and cultural literacy for health education -Understand some key theories/assumptions guiding health education work
9/2006 - 12/2006 Cultural Issues in Health Care-Online
Critical analysis of broad socio-cultural and political forces that impact healthcare access and delivery domestically and internationally. Assessment of ethnocentric beliefs and attitudes that contribute to the gap between marginal populations and healthcare, and strategies of socio-cultural change within the context of power and privilege. Introduction to ethnographic methodology with field experience.
1/2006 - 3/2006 Cultural Issues in Health Care
Critical analysis of broad socio-cultural and political forces that impact healthcare access and delivery domestically and internationally. Assessment of ethnocentric beliefs and attitudes that contribute to the gap between marginal populations and healthcare providers, and strategies of socio-cultural change within the context of power and privilege. Introduction to ethnographic methodology using experiential fieldwork.
1/2006 Primary Health Care Programs II- Traditional Medicine Module
Primary Health Care Programs (II) is the second in a 3-part series of module-based learning experiences addressing the management of health care and development programs for vulnerable and other at-risk populations in resource-scarce areas. Programs are analyzed in the context of related demographic, ecologic, economic, socio-cultural and developmental factors. The theme for this course is: Understanding culture and family health. Topical areas covered in the 3-part series: Program management and evaluation, nutrition/food security and agricultural sustainability, communicable and vaccine-preventable diseases, essential drugs, population/family planning, maternal-child health, traditional practices, families under stress, literacy and cross-cultural communication, environmental issues, micro-enterprise, relief operations, urban health and public health policy/advocacy. Prerequisite: INTH 564 or consent of coordinator
9/2005 - 12/2005 Cultural Issues in Health Care-Online
Critical analysis of broad socio-cultural and political forces that impact healthcare access and delivery domestically and internationally. Assessment of ethnocentric beliefs and attitudes that contribute to the gap between marginal populations and healthcare, and strategies of socio-cultural change within the context of power and privilege. Introduction to ethnographic methodology with field experience.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Cultural Issues in Health Care-GLBH 517
Critical analysis of broad socio-cultural and political forces that impact healthcare access and delivery domestically and internationally. Assessment of ethnocentric beliefs and attitudes that contribute to the gap between marginal populations and healthcare, and strategies of socio-cultural change within the context of power and privilege. Introduction to ethnographic methodology with field experience.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Principles of Environmental Health-ENVH 509
This course is presented as an introductory level survey of Environmental Health issues, problems, solutions, and principles of practice. It is assumed that students intend to have a public health career application, and have minimal previous training or experience in the field of Environmental health.
9/2004 - 12/2004 Ethnographic Methods in Cross Cultural Health-GLBH 585
The increasing need for culturally appropriate healthcare and public health programs requires a better understanding of diverse health beliefs and practices. Understanding attitudes, beliefs, and practices calls for qualitative research methods that seek to answer the question why? Students in the course are expected to develop ethnographic skills and an understanding of ethnographic theory with a focus on cross-cultural and global health issues. Classroom discussions, presentations, and assigned readings will be complimented with the opportunity for application by engaging in a community-based experiential learning process.
9/2004 - 6/2005 Primary Health Care Programs-GLBH 564,566,568
Focus on the knowledge and skills necessary to the management of primary health care programs serving vulnerable populations in resource-scarce areas. Primary Health Care I is one of a 3-part sequential series of module-based learning experiences which address key issues relating to primary health care and development. Topical areas include: program management and evaluation, food security and agricultural sustainability, communicable diseases, essential drugs and immunizations, population/family planning, maternal-child health, traditional practices and cross-cultural health education, environmental issues, urban health, population at risk, relief operations, literacy, micro enterprise and policy/advocacy. The theme of this class of the 3-part series is key components of a sustainable environment.
Clinical Supervision
 
9/2007 - 6/2008 Primary Health Care Community-Field work (Faculty Advisor)
Advise and supervise student community work during fall, winter, and spring quarters
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2006 - 8/2006 Integrated Community Development
Analysis of issues, challenges, resources and strategies in implementing and managing integrated community development and health projects. Focus on basic development needs of rural and urban communities. Taught from the perspectives of anthropology, sociology, agriculture, economic development and public health. Prerequisites: GLBH 564, GLBH 566, GLBH 568 (the Primary Healthcare series) and consent of instructors. This course is the final course in the GLBH core curriculum and is restricted to students in the major. Field site: Peru
7/2006 - 7/2011 Integrated Community Development-Field-based (Peru & Philippines)
Analysis of issues, challenges, resources and strategies in implementing and managing integrated community development and health projects. Focus on basic development needs of rural and urban communities. Taught from the perspectives of anthropology, sociology, agriculture, economic development and public health. 
6/2005 Primary Health Care Field-based Experience
A group of 16 students, faculty, and health professionals provided essential preventive care services and health education to underserved communities in Ecuador, South America. Activities consisted of nutritional assessments, health education, preventive medicine clinic, and community rehabilitation.
1/2005 - 6/2005 Community-based Family Project
Graduate students employ McKnight?s Asset-based model while engaging a neighboring immigrant community during three successive academic quarters. After conducting an extensive asset /needs assessment the first quarter, students are assigned to work with an immigrant family to foster relationships, learn the culture, and view public health through the lens of the community. Once trust is built, students participate in advocacy, community organizing, and health education.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
7/2006 - 1/2011 Associate Director for Diversity
Address issues of minority faculty and student recruitment and retention. Help strengthen miniority faculty governance, minority student associations, and minority alumni associations. Engage in pipeline efforts that make LLU available and accessible to underrepresented minority students on campus. Work with diversity committees in the different schools to promote and celebrate diversity in the various disciplines.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Community Project Coordinator
Match students with community families, develop course assignments, broker relationships between students and families, coordinate projects such as the microenterprise community project implemented by students and respective families. Coordinate meetings between students and community families. Respond to questions and concerns of students and families.
12/2004 - 9/2005 Interim Chair, Global Health Department
Interim chair of academic dept. with respective duties of faculty leadership, curriculum review, student issues, academic programing, search process of new chair, represent dept. at various academic and administrative meetings.
9/2004 - 12/2004 Primary Health Care Programs Coordinator
Coordinate instructional modules, gather and enter grades from instructors, and oversee smooth transition and implementatoin of modules. Implement Blackboard program used in teaching, facilitating group work, and tracking grades.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
3/2005 - 9/2005 GLBH 517 Online Course
Preparation of Online GLBH 517 to be taught in fall 2005.
9/2004 - 12/2004 Principles of Environmental Health
Develop online ENVH course on Blackboard.
9/2004 - 12/2004 Principles of Environmental Health
Develop online ENVH course on Blackboard.
7/2004 - 9/2004 Ethnographic Methods in Cross Cultural Health
Preparation of class materials as it transitioned from a summer class to a regular quarter class.