Loma Linda School of Public Health

Prospective Students | Class Registration
Call Us At: 1-909-558-1000

Imagine: health promoting environments


View the 2015 Healthy People in Healthy Communities Mission and Vision
2015 Healthy People in Healthy Communities Scientific Committee
View details from past Healthy People in Healthy Communities Conferences
Frequently Asked Questions

Healthy People in Healthy Communities is the premier conference on Lifestyle Medicine and the Built Environment. In 2015, we will focus on Actively Living our Best Lives!

To meet the needs of health care and public health professionals, HPHC is accredited for up to 14 Continuing Professional Education hours for a wide range of disciplines. Learn more!


Together, we’ll explore how Active Technology seamlessly integrates fitness into our daily life, and ways geospacial information systems can connect us with our community. We’ll also discover the key differences in motivation, participation and health outcomes for Active Men and Active Women. Research has proven that both men and women are more likely to reach their goals, have strong relationships and live longer if they Live it. Happy. Applying these lessons, we’ll focus on how to spare ourselves and our communities from the workplace inactivity crisis, and explore solutions for change to create Active Workplace Happiness.

Day 1: Active Technology

Day 2: Active Men, Active Women

Day 3: Active Happiness, Active Workplace Happiness


More than 30 exhibitors and over 500 health care professionals are expected to participate in the 2015 Healthy People in Healthy Communities Expo! Happening during Lunch recess both days, participation in these hands on activities offers abundant opportunities to learn the fundamentals of how to build Healthy Communities by design!

Author Meet & Greet Book Signings!

Located at the Conference Book Store, HPHC speakers will be available to sign their books! Some books are complimentary while supplies last, and others are significantly reduced for conference attendees!

Alumni Luncheon

School of Public Health Alumni are invited to join current faculty and students for lunch. Hear from SPH dean Dr. Tricia Penniecook, as she gives an informative state of the school address, and highlights major accomplishments from fellow alumni.

Conference Reception

Get to know your fellow conference attendees through a fun and interactive reception. Entertainment line up to be announced. It’ll be an event worth attending!