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School of Nursing graduates 217 students

The final two commencement ceremonies of 2017 conferred degrees upon 17 graduates from Loma Linda University School of Religion, 280 from the School of Nursing and 107 from the School of Behavioral Health on June 11.

Diverse fields, but a common theme emerged at the baccalaureate service the day prior as one graduate from each school shared his or her insights learned while studying at Loma Linda University: readiness for careers of service, enabled by Heaven.

Revolutionary Innovation Lab Visits LLU School of Nursing

Problem-solving skills are intrinsic in the professional nursing landscape and require forward thinking, collaborative effort and, most of all, a creative approach to leadership and care. While not everyone’s natural strengths are rooted in a creative process, we may seek to develop the dimensions and capacity of our problem-solving skillset through innovative reflection and application.

2 Scientifically Backed Ways to De-Stress Right Now

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Go For A 10 Minute Walk

While just about any walk will help to clear your head and boost endorphins (which, in turn, reduces stress hormones), consider walking in a park or other green space, which can actually put your body into a state of meditation, thanks to a phenomenon known as “involuntary attention” during which something holds our attention, but simultaneously allows for reflection.