• Have any questions?
  • info.zbook.org@gmail.com

Phyllis Spragge, RDH, MA CURRICULUM VITAE Prepared:

13d ago
31 Views
0 Downloads
359.73 KB
21 Pages
Last View : 4d ago
Last Download : n/a
Upload by : Genevieve Webb
Share:
Transcription

Phyllis Spragge, RDH, MACURRICULUM VITAEPrepared: 03/23/15Name:Position:Phyllis SpraggeProfessor & Dental Hygiene Program Director – Foothill CollegeDepartment of Dental Hygiene, Division of Biology & Health SciencesVolunteer faculty: Master’s degree program in Dental Hygiene, UCSFAddress:12345 El Monte RoadFoothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022Voice: (650) 949-7467email: spraggephyllis@fhda.eduwww: :1977198019772001College of the RedwoodsFoothill College, Los Altos, CASt. Mary’s College, Moraga, CASan Jose State University, San Jose, CAA.S.A.S.B.A.M.A.Honors, Dental AssistHonors, Dental HygieneHonors, Health ServicesHonors, EducationLICENSES, CERTIFICATION:197719771980Radiation Safety Certification, CaliforniaRegistered Dental Assistant, CaliforniaRegistered Dental Hygienist, CaliforniaPRINCIPAL POSITIONS HELD:1996-1998Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA2010-2012Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA1998-present Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CAAdjunct Dental Hygiene InstructorInterim Dean, Biology & Health ScienceProfessor Dental Hygiene & Program DirectorOTHER POSITIONS HELD CONCURRENTLY:2004Curriculum Consultant – Dental HygieneUniversity of Hawaii, Maui

Phyllis SpraggeKEYWORDS/AREAS OF INTEREST:Curriculum development, online and hybrid education, portfolios in education, competency basededucation, dental hygiene, community service, mid-level providers, inter-professional education forhealthcare professions.PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIESCLINICALCoordinator Pre Clinic Dental Hygiene, Foothill College: I have attended in this clinic for 11 months ofthe year for two - three days per week for the past 17 years.Faculty Coordinator for Foothill College Medical/Dental Brigades international service project, FoothillCollege: I attend a one week clinic in Honduras with students to provide dental hygiene care to ruralpopulations in Honduras each summer, supervising 15 to 34 dental hygiene, pre-med and pre-dentalstudents. We typically service 900 to 1,000 patients during this week-long clinic. I have been doing thisfor 3 years.PROFESSIONAL 98-present1998-presentAmerican Dental Hygienists’ AssociationAmerican Dental Education AssociationCalifornia Dental Hygiene Educators’ AssociationFaculty Association of California Community CollegesService to Professional Organizations1998-present2009, 20122006-20102010, 12, 13Foothill College Dental Hygiene ClubFoothill College Academic SenateCalifornia Dental Hygiene Educators’ AssociationADEA, Council of Allied Dental Program DirectorsFaculty AdvisorSenatorVice PresidentDelegateINVITED PRESENTATIONSNATIONALAmerican Dental Education Association, 2004 (Presenter)League of Innovation; 2008 (Presenter)American Dental Education Association, 2015 (Panel – Contemporary Issues in and Dental HygieneEducation)2

Phyllis SpraggeREGIONAL AND OTHER INVITED PRESENTATIONS200420052010201320142015University of Hawaii, MauiAmerican Dental Education Association, Directors’ MeetingCalifornia Dental Hygiene Educators’ AssociationMasters of Science in Dental HygieneGuest LecturerMasters of Science in Dental HygieneGuest LecturerMasters of Science in Dental HygieneGuest LecturerGOVERNMENT and OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:2015-present Dental Hygiene Committee of CaliforniaTask Force MemberPUBLIC SERVICE:201320122013201420152015CDA Cares (Volunteer Dental Hygienist)Foothill College Medical-Dental Brigades Club (Faculty Coordinator for Dental Care)Foothill College Medical-Dental Brigades Club (Faculty Coordinator for Dental Care)Foothill College Medical-Dental Brigades Club (Faculty Coordinator for Dental Care)Foothill College Medical-Dental Brigades Club (Faculty Coordinator for Dental Care)Dental Hygiene Committee of California (Task Force Member)TEACHINGTEACHING NARRATIVEI teach full time at Foothill College & direct the dental hygiene program. My courses include: preclinicaldental hygiene, dental health education, law & ethics in dental hygiene, special patients and inter-professionaleducation in allied health. Some examples of teaching experience in my present position would include: clinicrenovation & conversion to electronic/digital technologies & patient records, development of online courses& hybrid courses, and creation of program portfolios as a competency outcome & conversion to an e-portfolioas an outcomes assessment tool.TEACHING and MENTORING AIDS:Wrote the Policy Manual for Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.Wrote the Clinical Dental Hygiene Syllabus for Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.Wrote the Pre-clinical Dental Hygiene Syllabus for 1st year dental hygiene students.Designed and development of five online courses for dental hygiene.3

Phyllis SpraggeDesigned and development and implemented an interprofessional workshop for allied health students atFoothill College, including: diagnostic medical sonography, paramedic, pharmacy technology, radiologictechnology, respiratory therapy, dental assisting, and dental hygiene.SUMMARY OF TEACHING HOURS:2014-15:450 total hours of teaching (including preparation).Formal class or course teaching hours: 396 hoursProgram director hours anticipated: 300Pilot program baccalaureate degree anticipated hours: 200Mentoring hours anticipated: 40Volunteer faculty hours (UCSF master’s – dental hygiene) anticipated hours: 6 hours2015-16:Total anticipated hours of teaching: 450 hours (as above).Program director hours anticipated: 300Pilot program baccalaureate degree anticipated hours: 200Mentoring hours anticipated: 40Volunteer faculty hours (UCSF master’s – dental hygiene) anticipated hours: 6 hoursNON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER CREATIVE ACTIVITIES:Accreditation Self-Study Document for Dental Hygiene Program, 2004Accreditation Self-Study Document for Dental Hygiene Program, 2010Professional e-portfolios chapter, Dental Hygiene Theory & Practice (Darby), 4th edition, 2014OTHER CREATIVE ACTIVITIESExamples of creative activities in my present position would include: clinic renovation & conversion toelectronic/digital technologies & patient records, development of online courses & hybrid courses, andcreation of program portfolios as a competency outcome & conversion to an e-portfolio as an outcomesassessment tool.As the Dental Hygiene Program Director I have department level experience in budgeting, scheduling,evaluations, curriculum development, and accreditation compliance. During my tenure as director we havecontinued as a top ranked dental hygiene program in the US, successfully completed an accreditation selfstudy and site visit, and most importantly, continued to graduate professional dental hygienists. I haveworked collaboratively with the dental hygiene faculty, and I deal effectively with staff, students, patientsand administrators on a regular basis.4

Curriculum VitaePatti Walter Chan, RDH, MSchanpatti@foothill.eduCURRENT STATUSSecond year Clinic Coordinator and full-time faculty at Foothill College Dental egreeMajorFall 1981Pacific Union CollegeAngwin, California---------Biology1982-84Foothill CollegeLos Altos Hills, California---------Biology1984-86University of CaliforniaSan Francisco, CaliforniaBSDental Hygiene1987-88University of CaliforniaSan Francisco, CaliforniaClinical InternshipCertificateTeaching InternDental Hygiene1989-92University of CaliforniaSan Francisco, CaliforniaMSOral BiologyPROFESSIONAL LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES1982California State Board, Radiology License1986-presentCalifornia State Board, Dental Hygiene License1986-presentExpanded Duties Certification-Local Anesthesia, NitrousOxide/Oxygen Analgesia, and Soft Tissue Curettage1986National Board Certification in Dental Hygiene1985-presentBasic Life Support/Cardiopulmonary ResuscitationPRINCIPLE POSITIONS HELD2014-presentFull-time Faculty and current Second Year Clinic Coordinator1

Foothill College Dental HygieneLos Altos Hills, California1992-2014Part-time Faculty and current Second Year Clinic CoordinatorFoothill College Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting ProgramsLos Altos Hills, California1993-1995Part-time FacultyDiablo Valley College Dental Hygiene ProgramPleasant Hill, California1994-1995Part-time FacultyChabot College Dental Hygiene ProgramHayward, California1987-1992Part-time FacultyUniversity of California, School of DentistryDepartment of Dental Public Health and HygieneSan Francisco, CaliforniaDENTAL HYGIENE WORK EXPERIENCEAug 1986 – Dec 1986Dental Associates at HillsdaleSan Mateo, CaliforniaSept 1986 – April 1987Thomas L. Cartney, DDSSan Mateo, CaliforniaAug 1986 – Aug 1987UCSF Periodontology Faculty Practice andAIDS Research CenterSan Francisco, CaliforniaDec 1986 – Aug 1988Robert T. Thielscher, DDSKenneth Elder, DDSFoster City, CaliforniaAug 1988 – July 1989Sherwin N. Davidson, DDSLos Angeles, CaliforniaSept 1988 – July 1989Lawrence Toomin, DDSNorth Hollywood, CaliforniaAug 1989 – Jan 1994James T. Cunningham, DDSMountain View, California2

Nov 1993 – June 1995James A. Thompson, DDSMountain View, CaliforniaSept 1993 – Dec 2006Robert Upton, DDSPalo Alto, CaliforniaJan 2007 – presentPhillip T. Fletcher, DDSPalo Alto, CaliforniaPRESENT TEACHING EXPERIENCESFoothill College Dental Hygiene Program. Fall 2013Clinical Coordinator: Second Year ClinicResponsibilities include: preparing clinic rotation schedules for students, assignment ofpatients to students, tracking student progress, student conferences, managing clinicalsupplies.Seminar:Content:Second Year StudentsReview of clinic procedures, preparing students for Mock Board exam,addressing issues and questions that arise in clinic. Studentpresentations of case review assignmentsCourse:Content:DH 059-Survey of Dentistry1 hour of online instruction per week. Topics include: procedures in dentalspecialty offices, educational requirements, dental auxiliary duties, and therole of the dental hygienist in the specialty office. Class size: 24Course:Content:DH 063C-Dental Public Health2 hours of lecture and 1.5 hours of community outreach activities perweek. Topics include: oral epidemiology, biostatistics, disparities inhealth care and oral diseases. Community outreach activities include:presenting oral health education to a variety of age levels, diverse culturaland socioeconomic backgrounds and participation in dental screenings.Class size: 24.Course:Content:DH 075A-Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory ICo-instructor. 3 hours of clinical instruction per week. Duties include:instructing second year dental hygiene students in techniques such as theintraoral camera, ultrasonics and advanced instrumentation techniques.Class size: 24.3

Course:Content:DH 062B-Clinical Dental Hygiene II4 hours of clinical instruction per week. Duties include: supervising andinstructing second year dental hygiene students on the delivery of dentalhygiene care with patients in the Foothill Clinic. Clinical techniques andfunctions including advanced instrumentation techniques, ultrasonics,local anesthesia, and treatment planning. Class size: 24POSTGRADUATE CLINICAL COURSES SPONSORED BY UCSF1988University of California, San Francisco. Expanded Functions: LocalAnesthesia. Clinical Instructor.TEACHING AIDS PREPARED2013Contributed to syllabus for DH75A. Clinical Dental Hygiene Theory.(Dentsply Ultrasonic Materials) Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.2013Syllabus: DH57C. Periodontics III. (including powerpoint lecture slides).Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.2008Syllabus: DH63C/D. Community Dental Health. (including powerpointlecture slides). Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.2007Contributed to Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program Clinic Manual(Emergencies Section)2005Online Course Development (Etudes): DH71. Office EmergencyProcedures. Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.2001Online Course Development (Etudes): DH56. Applied Pharmacology inDentistry. Foothill College Dental Hygiene Program.1994Syllabus: Dental Morphology. Diablo Valley College Dental HygieneProgram.1994Syllabus: DH 50 (Dental Science). Dental Morphology and Head & NeckAnatomy, Histology and Embryology. Chabot College Dental HygieneProgram.4

1994Syllabus: Head & Neck Anatomy, Histology and Embryology (includingdiagrams and lecture outlines). Diablo Valley College Dental HygieneProgram.1994Syllabus: Head & Neck Anatomy and Histology Labs. Diablo ValleyCollege Dental Hygiene Program.1994Syllabus: Head & Neck Anatomy (including lecture outlines). ChabotCollege Dental Hygiene Program.1993Dental Radiology Lab: Proficiency Exam. Foothill College DentalAssisting Program.1993Dental Radiology: Clinical Procedures. Foothill College Dental AssistingProgram.Developed clinical forms (Oral Hygiene Instruction Evaluation Form,Periodontal Risk Assessment Form, Extra/Intraoral Examination Form,Periodontal Record Form)PREVIOUS ACADEMIC EXPERIENCEA. Relevant Course Work towards Doctorate degree:Additional education and strong knowledge in the basic sciences.TopicMolecular/Cell BiologyAdvanced Cell BiologyMolecular BiochemistryImmunologyOral Microbiology/VirologyDental Hygiene (seminar)Dental Hygiene (clinical teaching)Course NumberIDS 100CB 245PC 205Micro/Immunol 204OB 225/OB 226DH 301DH 201A, 203B, 201CGraduate courses in dental hygiene included discussions of curriculum theory anddesign, conceptual framework and clinical teaching techniques.B. Laboratory Research Experience:1. Lab: Nina Agabian, PhD. Intercampus Program of Molecular Parasitology,University of California, San Francisco, Laurel Heights campus. September5

1990-March 1991. Aids-Associated Candidiasis: proteins involved ininvasion and pathogenesis. Emphasis: Transformation of Candida Albicanswith integrins, a family of cell surface adhesion molecules – the role of matrixreceptors in the regulation of invasion and their relationships to thepathogenicity of these organisms.2. Lab: Caroline Damsky, PhD. Department of Stomatology, Graduate Group inOral Biology, University of California, San Francisco.a. March 1990 – August 1990. The Regulation of Differentiation and IntegrinExpression by Bromodeoxyuridine in a Hamster Melanoma Cell Line, CS-1.Emphasis: the comparison of the production of matrix-degrading proteasesand the invasive behavior of melanoma cells treated with or without 5bromodeoxyuridine.b. March 1991 – Dec 1992. Thesis Project: The Influence of the growth factor,Transforming Growth Factor-beta (TGF-b1), in the regulation of the invasivephenotype of hamster melanoma cells. Emphasis: to uncover themechanisms by which tumor cells regulate their ability to invade tissue.C. Publications:Journal ArticleThomas L., Chan PW, Chang S, and Damsky C. “5-Bromo-2-deoxyuridineregulates invasiveness and expression of integrins and matrix-degradingproteinases in a differentiated hamster melanoma cell.”Journal of Cell Science 105: 191-201, 1993.AbstractsDamsky, D and Chan, PW. “Melanoma Invasiveness is Regulated by 5Bromodeoxyuridine and by a Soluble Factor Related to Transforming GrowthFactor-beta.” Also presented as a platform seminar at Cancer Meetings, Paris,France. September 1992.Walter P and Damsky CH. “TGF-b Regulates the Invasiveness of HamsterMelanoma Cells.” Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the AmericanSociety of Cell Biology, Boston, MA. December 1991.Chang S, Walter P, Thomas L and Damsky C. “5-Bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU)Regulates Differentiation and Invasiveness of the Melanoma Cells.” Posterpresented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Cell Biology, SanDiego, California. December 1990.6

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONSUCSF Alumni Association, School of DentistryAmerican Dental Hygienists’ AssociationCalifornia Dental Hygienists’ AssociationSanta Clara Valley Dental Hygiene SocietyAmerican Dental Education AssociationCalifornia Dental Hygiene Educators’ AssociationHONORS AND AWARDS1986198619861990, 1991, 199219952012Senior Dental Hygiene Recognition AwardDental Hygiene Research AwardSigma Phi Alpha Dental Hygiene Honor Society AwardARCS Scholar: Achievement Rewards for College ScientistsOutstanding Teacher-Diablo Valley College Dental Hygiene SocietySonrisas Volunteer Award (Sonrisas Community Dental Center,Half Moon Bay, CA)POSTGRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES ATTENDEDAll requirements for continued licensing have been met.RECENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES8/01 – 4/02Development of DH56. Worked with an instructional design groupat Foothill.9/01Dreamweaver software (Foothill College) 4 hours3/02Etudes software (Foothill College) 6 hours10/04Curriculum and Outcomes Assessment/Bloodborne PathogenTraining (Foothill College) 4 hours5/05 – 1/06Development of DH71(online course-Etudes)10/05Implementing Diversity/ Emergency Procedures (Foothill College)4 hours9/05Etudes NG training (Foothill College) 3 hours7

9/06Assessments and Clinical Documentation (Foothill College) 3hours1/07Digital Radiography (Foothill College) 3 hours9/07Risk Assessment for Dental Hygiene: Caries and PeriodontalDisease (Foothill College) 3 hours1/08Interactive 3-D Modeling for dental anatomy and tooth anatomy(Foothill College) 3 hours2/08Caries Risk Assessment/John Featherstone presenter (UCSF) 3hours4/08Caries Risk Assessment (Foothill College) 3 hours9/11/08 – 9/12/08Current Public Health Issues and Community Oral Health(UTHSCSA) 10 hours10/08Etudes-NG training (Foothill College) 3 hours11/08Co-presenter at CE coursea: Case Studies in Dental Hygiene(Foothill College) 2 hours3/09Student Learning Outcomes (Foothill College) 3 hours6/09Periodontal Pocket: Treat or Refer?/ Dr. John Sottosanti(International Dental Seminars) 7 hours10/09Presenter at faculty calibration: Medical Emergencies ProceduresReview (Foothill College) 3 hours12/09Pharmacotherapy Pearls and Problems/Dr. Lori Reiser presenter(UCSF School of Dentistry) 7 hours1/10Faculty Calibration (Foothill College) 3 hours1/10Commonly Prescribed Medications in Pediatric Dentistry(Dentalcare.com) 2 hours1/10The Importance of Pharmacology in the Delivery of Quality DentalCare (Dentalcare.com) 5 hours1/10BLS Renewal (Lifelinks) 3 hours6/10Infection Control (Academy of Dental Learning) 2 hours8

6/10California Dental Practice Act (Academy of Dental Learning) 2hours9/10Fall Faculty Calibration, Patient Management (Foothill College) 3hours1/11Winter Faculty Calibration, Transistioning to Electronic RecordKeeping and Digital Radiography (Foothill College) 3 hours2/11“The Why, What, & How of Periodontal Therapy, with an Emphasison Effective Patient Communication” (Rick C. Williams) 2 hours3/11Prescription Drugs and Herbal (UCSF School of Dentistry) 3 hours3/11Commonly Prescribed Medications (UCSF School of Dentistry) 3hours9/11Infection Control (California Dental Association) 2 hours7/12California Dental Practice Act (gsc Home Study Courses) 2 hours9/12Smiles Dentistry-Orthodontics (Sonrisas) 2 hours10/12Explaining Bleeding, Bugs and Bad Breath to Patients (AmericanDental Association) 2.5 hours10/12California Dental Practice Act (American Dental Association) 2.5hours1/13BLS Renewal (Lifelinks) 3 hours6/13Strategies for Developing a Quality Course: TeachingMethodologies/Faculty Development (Dentalcare.com) 1 hour7/29/13-8/1/13Ultrasonic Scaling Teaching Institute (Dentsply) 18.5 hours9/13Making Your Course Content Accessible (Foothill College-DistanceLearning) 3 hoursSERVICE TO DEPARTMENTSpring 2013Dental Hygiene Admissions Committee, Foothill College9

SERVICE TO DIVISIONSpring 2013Representative from Biological & Health Sciences Division to theAcademic Senate (Foothill College)SERVICE TO COLLEGE1988 – 1990Subcommittee for the Conceptual Development of the DentalHygiene Curriculum, School of Dentistry, University of California,San Francisco.1993Committee for Environmentally Sound Practices Foothill College2007 – 2009Faculty Sponsor of the Asian Christian Fellowship Club, FoothillCollege2013Professional Development Committee, Foothill CollegeSERVICE TO COMMUNITY1993 – presentOrganize annual holiday food drive for Mountain View Central SDAChurch for the collection and distribution of food to local foodbanks.1993Health Services Planning Committee at Mountain View CentralSDA Church.1994Health and Safety Fair, Vegetarian Cooking School.1997 – 2001Sabbath school teacher at Mountain View Central SDA Church(ages birth – 12 years).2001 - presentSabbath school teacher at Mountain View Japanese SDA Church(ages 4-12).2008 – 2013Co-leader of Home and School Organization (MiramonteElementary School).1997 – presentMiramonte School Board representative.2004 – presentChair of Curriculum Committee (Miramonte School).10

2006 – 2009Co-leader of Mtn. View Japanese SDA Church Adventurer Club(ages 5-9).1994, 2011, 2013Mountain View Academy: alumni-student career day advisor.1993 – 1994,2011- presentBoard of Elders, Mountain View Central SDA Church.PROFESSIONAL REFERENCESPhyllis Spragge, RDH, MA. Director, Dental Hygiene Program, Foothill College, LosAltos Hills, California.Cara Miyasaki, RDHEF, MS, Director, Dental Assisting Program. Foothill College, LosAltos Hills, California.Judy Yamamoto, RDH, MS. Dental Assisting and Dental Hygiene Programs, FoothillCollege, Los Altos Hills, California.Pia Lirag, DDS. Supervising Dentist. Dental Hygiene Program. Foothill College, LosAltos Hills, California.Marissa Walker, DDS. Supervising Dentist. Dental Hygiene Program, Foothill College,Los Altos Hills, California.Barbara Heckman, RDH, MS. Master of Science in Dental Hygiene Program, UCSF,San Francisco, California.Margaret Walsh, RDH, MS, EdD. Master of Science in Dental Hygiene Program,UCSF, San Francisco, California.11

ResumeNAME:Kenneth L. Horowitz, DMDINITIAL APPOINTMENT:RANK OR TITLE:DATE:CURRENT APPOINTMENT:RANK OR TITLE:NATURE OF APPOINTMENT:Executive Head, Dental Hygiene andDental Assisting Programs-Foothill CollegeFull-TimeSeptember 1977Dentist Lecturer (50%)Health Lecturer (50%)Full-time (Dental Hygiene 50%, Health 50%)Full-time faculty11-month salaried employeeEDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:Rutgers UniversityNew Brunswick, NJ1960-1963Tufts UniversitySchool of Dental MedicineBoston, MADoctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)1967New York UniversitySchool of DentistryNew York, NYCertificate of Periodontology1972WORK EXPERIENCE:Private Dental PracticeNew York, NY 1969-1974San Francisco, CA 1974-1977WORK EXPERIENCE (Continued):Education/Teaching:University of California, San Francisco

School of DentistrySan Francisco, CA1974-1977Foothill CollegeDental ProgramsLos Altos Hills, CA1977-presentCampus/District Governance Service:Academic SenateHiring CommitteeTenure CommitteeBuilding and Grounds/Transportation CommitteeKCI Advisory CommitteeDistrict Benefits CommitteeProfessional Development Leave CommitteeCurriculum CommitteeAccreditation CommitteeManagement Leadership Experience:Managed budget for Dental Programs 1977-1993Managed two Grants from Health Trust and Silicon Valley Community FoundationCoordination of Dental Hygiene Clinic Remodeling Projects 1987 and 2008/2009Faculty/Staff EvaluationCommunity Service:Health Advisory Commission of Santa Clara County (1999- present) appointed bySupervisor Liz Kniss and State Senator Joe SimitianDental Venture of Mountain ViewSilicon Valley Oral Health Collaborative

CURRICULUM VITAENAME:Judy Yamamoto, RDH MSINITIAL APPOINTMENT:RANK OR TITLE:DATE OF HIREInstructor, Dental RadiologyFull-Time2008NATURE OF APPOINTMENT:50% Dental Assisting Program50% Dental Hygiene Program11-month salaried employeeUPDATED2015EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:City College of San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAMajor: General Education1976San Francisco State UniversitySan Francisco, CABachelor of Arts, Biology1980University of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CABachelor of Science, Dental Hygiene1982San Francisco State UniversitySan Francisco, CAMaster of Science, Health Science1991RDH WORK EXPERIENCE 1982-currentAs a clinician:Fumio Shibata, DDSSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistLawrence Nakamura, DDSSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental Hygienist

Saburo Kami, DDSSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistFrank Passantino, DDSSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistNancy Hsieh, DDSSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistKhosrow Sigaroudi, DDSSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistFaculty Group PracticeUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CARegistered Dental HygienistOral Medicine/Oral Pathology DivisionDepartment of StomatologyAs a researcher:University of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAResearch AssistantDivision of Dental HygieneDepartment of Dental Public Health & HygieneUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAClinical Trials CoordinatorDivision of PeriodontologyDepartment of Orofacial Sciences

As an educator:University of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAAssistant Clinical ProfessorDivision of Dental HygieneDepartment of Preventive and Restorative Dental SciencesUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAAssociate Clinical ProfessorDivision of PeriodontologyDepartment of Orofacial SciencesUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAAssociate Clinical ProfessorClinic Director, Division of Dental HygieneDepartment of Preventive and Restorative Dental SciencesCommittee of Dental Auxilaries (COMDA)Sacramento, CAEducatorCalifornia State Board Dental Hygiene ExamDental Hygiene Committee of California (DHCC)Sacramento, CAEducatorCalifornia State Board Dental Hygiene ExamAs an administrator:University of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAAssociate Clinical ProfessorDivision of Dental HygieneInterim Chair and DirectorDepartment of Preventive and Restorative Dental SciencesAREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE:Clinical Dental Hygiene-formal education, clinical experience, teaching experienceLocal Anesthesia-formal education, clinical experience, teaching experience, taught C.E. coursesImplant Maintenance-formal education, clinical experience, taught C.E. coursePit and Fissure Sealants-formal education, clinical experience, author of chapter in textbook.Antimicrobial Drug Study/Phase III Clinical Trials-formal education, clinical and research experienceSmokeless Tobacco Cessation-formal education, research experience, field experienceOral Medicine/Oral Pathology- formal education, clinical experience, research experience and teachingexperienceDental Radiology-formal education, clinical experience and teaching experience

COURSES CURRENTLY TEACHING:DH 60A- Dental Radiography IDH 60B-Dental Radiography IIDH60C-Dental Radiography IIIDH60D-Dental Radiography IVDH 60E-Dental Radiography VDH 68A-Radiographic InterpretationDH 68B-Radiographic Interpretation-terminated course '08DA 53A-Dental Radiography IDA 53B-Dental Radiography IIDA 53C-Dental Radiography III

dental hygiene, dental health education, law & ethics in dental hygiene, special patients and inter-professional education in allied health. Some examples of teaching experience in my present position would include: clinic renovation & conversion to electronic/digital technologies & patient records, development of online courses