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Faculty

Galvez, Cesar, Department Chair, Professor, DrPH/MTh (2001/1988, Loma Linda University/Seminario Adventista Latinoamericano de Teologia) 2009, Epidemiology, Health Promotion, Health Ministries

Almocera, Evelyn, Associate Professor, MD/MPH (1982/1998, Southwestern University/Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies) 1992, Health Throughout the Life Cycle 

Calbayan, Chirlynor, Assistant Professor, DrPH/RND (2012/2000, Adventist University of the Philippines) 2013 Preventive Health Care and Nurtition

Oendo, Ayuka, Associate Professor, PhD/MPH (1988/2003, University of Cambridge/Loma Linda University) 2009, Global Health, Environmental Health

Programs Offered

Master of Public Health (MPH) with emphases in 

          Health Ministry  

          Health Promotion 

          Nutrition 

Graduate Certificate in Public Health 

The MPH is offered in three modes: On campus, Online, and in Distance Learning Centers. 

Philosophy

The philosophy of the Public Health Department derives from the health perspectives of biblical Christianity. Humankind are whole beings with physical, emotional, social, ecological, and spiritual dimensions, and are created and redeemed as whole persons. While scientific inquiry is embraced as a contemporary and effective tool to achieve whole person's health, the Public Health Department considers that health, disease, and healing dynamics are determined to a large extent by adherence or non-adherence to God's moral ad natural laws. Redemption by Jesus Christ brings healing and transformation of lifestyles for longer and higher quality of life.

Mission

To equip health professionals to serve and transform society through evidence-based health promotion and Bible-based lifestyle principles.

Vision

Faculty and graduates known for academic and scholarly excellence, professionalism in service, exemplary lifestyles, and dedication to the promotion of Christian health values.

Professional Competencies

The MPH graduate 

  1. Has expertise and leadership to assess, plan, develop, and evaluate health promotion interventions together with the community. 
  2. Develops and implements lifestyle improvement programs through evidence-based and innovative health behavior change strategies. 
  3. Conducts health research and disease surveillance and control. 
  4. Recognizes social and ecological determinants of health and develops appropriate community based health improvement programs. 
  5. Maintains preparedness for environmental emergencies and employs effective disaster management strategies. 
  6. Is skilled in addressing health issues throughout the life cycle.
  7. Integrates scientific knowledge, wholeness and spirituality to improve quality and quantity of life. 

 

Motto: WHOLE PERSONS IN HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

 

 

 

 

 

Public Health Programs

Master of Public Health

Emphasis in Health Ministry  

Emphasis in Health Promotion 

Emphasis in Nutrition 

Graduate Certificate in Public Health

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