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Brian Sharp, Ph.D
Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders
School of Allied Health Professions
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2008 - 12/2008 SPPA 444 Organic Speech Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree  programs. 
1/2008 - 3/2008 SPPA 575:  Instrumentation
9/2007 - 12/2007 SPPA 444:  Organic Speech Disorders
9/2007 - 6/2008 SPPA 585:  Professional Aspects
1/2007 - 3/2007 SPPA 575:  Instrumentation
3/2006 - Present SPPA 486: Diagnostics
Lecture Format with Labs; 17 students; 40 hours ending 06/09/2006
1/2006 - Present SPPA 435: Disorders of Voice
Lecture Format; 18 Students; 20 hours ending 02/06/2006
1/2006 - Present SPPA 575: Instrumentation
Lecture Format; 30 students; 10 hours ending 3/17/2006
1/2006 - Present SPPA 585: Professional Aspects
Lecture Format; 14 students; 30 hours ending 03/17/2006
9/2005 - Present SPPA 444: Organic Speech Disorders
Lecture Format; 18 Students; 40 hours ending 12/21/2005
3/2005 - 6/2005 Diagnostic Methods in Speech-Language Pathology
Purpose for assessment. Procedures employed in describing and diagnosing speech-language impairments. Course instruction was completed using lectures and on hands practice of testing protocols. The course consisted of 21 sessions, 2 hours for each session. There were 18 sessions of lecture and hands on training (36 hours) with 3 sessions for examinations (6 hours).
1/2005 - 2/2005 Voice Disorders
Definition, classification, etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of voice disorders. Pitch, intensity, quality, and resonance. Course instruction was completed using lectures, videos, research projects, and personal journals in order to promote critical thinking and research skills. The course consisted of 10 sessions, 2 hours each session. There were 8 sessions of lecture and research presentations (16 hours) with 2 sessions for examinations (4 hours).
9/2004 - 12/2004 Organic Speech Disorders
Introduction to the classification, cause, manifestations, assessment, and treatment of craniofacial disorders/cleft palate, tongue thrust, dysarthria, apraxia of speech and dysphagia. Course instruction was completed using lectures, case studies, and oral presentations for the development of critical thinking skills. The course consisted of 20 sessions, 2 hours for each session. There were 18 sessions of lecture (36 hours) with 2 sessions for oral presentations (4 hours).
Clinical Supervision
 
9/2010 - 6/2011 Provided oversight and clinical instruction to first year graduate students working in the begining medical center rotation at LLUMC East Campus.
6/2010 - 9/2010 Provided oversight and assistance to externship studnent clnicians and externship clinical instructors.
9/2009 - 6/2010 Provided oversight and clinical instruction to first year graduate students working in the begining medical center rotation at LLUMC East Campus. 
7/2009 - 9/2009 Supervised a graduate student in an advanced medical placement/externship at a skilled nursing facility.
9/2008 - 6/2009 Provided oversight and clinical instruction to first year graduate students working in the begining medical center rotation at LLUMC East Campus. 
In addition to participating in clinic at LLUMC East Campus, I met with the studetns to review and educate them to clinical methods and materials. 
9/2007 - 6/2008 Clinical supervision at Loma Linda University Medical Center, East Campus Rehabilitation department. 
9/2006 - 6/2007 Clinical supervision at Loma Linda University Medical Center, East Campus Rehabilitation department. 
Interactive Teaching
 
9/2010 - 6/2011 CMSD 575 Instrumentation II:  On hands, interactive lab that focuses on devleloping the necessary skills to use acoustic and physiologic instrumentation to diagnose and treat speech and voice disorders. 
9/2008 - 6/2009 SPPA 575 Instrumentation II:  On hands, interactive lab that focuses on devleloping the necessary skills to use acoustic and physiologic instrumentation to diagnose and treat speech and voice disorders. 
3/2006 - Present Clinical Supervision
Supervised first year graduate students at LLUMC East Campus. 4 students/week, 2.5 hours/student; 10 hours/week supervision; 100 total supervision hours with 8 hours of conferencing.
1/2006 - Present Clinical Supervision
Supervised first year graduate students at LLUMC East Campus. 4 students/week, 2.5 hours/student; 10 hours/week supervision; 100 total supervision hours with 8 hours of conferencing.
9/2005 - Present Clinical Supervision
Supervised first year graduate students at LLUMC East Campus. 4 students/week, 2.5 hours/student; 10 hours/week supervision; 100 total supervision hours with 8 hours of conferencing.
3/2005 - 6/2005 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language
This internship focused on the assessment and treatment of speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing disorders. This internship was conducted at LLUMC East Campus. Clinical instruction was conducted 5 hours a day, 2 days a week for 10 weeks. The student breakdown was 2.5 hours a week per student, with 4 students a week for a total of 100 hours for the quarter.
3/2005 - 5/2005 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language
This University clinic placement focused on the speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing rehabilitation of a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury. Clinical instruction was provided 1 hour a day, 1 day a week, for 10 weeks, for a total of 10 hours for the quarter.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language
This University clinic placement focused on the speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing rehabilitation of a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury. Clinical instruction was provided 1 hour a day, 1 day a week, for 10 weeks, for a total of 10 hours for the quarter.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language
This internship focused on the assessment and treatment of speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing disorders. This internship was conducted at both LLUMC and LLUMC East Campus. Clinical instruction was conducted 5 hours a day, 2 days a week for 10 weeks. The student breakdown was 2.5 hours a week per student, with 4 students a week for a total of 100 hours for the quarter.
9/2004 - 12/2004 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language
This internship focused on the assessment and treatment of speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing disorders. This internship was conducted at both LLUMC and LLUMC East Campus. Clinical instruction was conducted 5 hours a day, 2 days a week for 10 weeks. The student breakdown was 2.5 hours a week per student, with 4 students a week for a total of 100 hours for the quarter.
9/2004 - 11/2004 Clinical Practice in Speech-Language
This University clinic placement focused on the speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing rehabilitation of a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury. Clinical instruction was provided 1 hour a day, 1 day a week, for 10 weeks, for a total of 10 hours for the quarter.
9/2004 Screenings
During this period of time, I provided instruction and supervision to graduate students as they provided speech and language screenings to various elementary school programs in the area.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
9/2010 - 12/2010 CMSD 444 Organic Speech Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree  programs. 
9/2010 - 6/2011 CMSD 585  Professional Aspects:  Seminar course taught in a interactive format for the graduate program.
6/2010 - 9/2010 Conducted an online discussion group as a learning component for the externship placements.
4/2010 - 6/2010 SPPA 424 Adult Language Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree programs. 
1/2010 - 3/2010 SPPA 435 Voice Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree programs.
1/2010 - 3/2010 SPPA 575 Instrumentation I:  Lecture course with an interactive lab component for the graduate program. 
9/2009 - 12/2009 SPPA 444 Organic Speech Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree  programs. 
9/2009 - 6/2010 SPPA 585  Professional Aspects:  Seminar course taught in a interactive format for the graduate program.
9/2009 - 6/2010 SPPA 575 Instrumentation II:  On hands, interactive lab that focuses on devleloping the necessary skills to use acoustic and physiologic instrumentation to diagnose and treat speech and voice disorders. 
3/2009 - 6/2009 SPPA 424 Adult Language Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree programs. 
1/2009 - 3/2009 SPPA 435 Voice Disorders:  Lecture course for the undergraduate and transitional master degree programs.
1/2009 - 3/2009 SPPA 575 Instrumentation I:  Lecture course with an interactive lab component for the graduate program. 
9/2008 - 6/2009 SPPA 585  Professional Aspects:  Seminar course taught in a interactive format for the graduate program.
3/2008 - 6/2008 SPPA 424:  Adult Language Disrders
3/2007 - 6/2007 SPPA 424:  Adult Language Disorders
1/2007 - 3/2007 SPPA 435:  Disorders of Voice
9/2006 - 12/2006 SPPA 444:  Organic Speech Disorders
9/2006 - 6/2007 SPPA 585:  Professional Aspects
5/2005 Course Development
Proposed and developed curriculum for a new seminar course on the topic of Pediatric Swallowing Disorders.
5/2005 Pediatric Dysphagia
Proposed and developed curriculum for a new seminar on pediatric swallowing disorders.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
1/2006 Pediatric Swallowing seminar
Proposed and developed the course description, course materials, and course syllabus for this new course which is to be added to the course offerings for 2006-2007 school year.
9/2005 - 12/2005 SPPA 585 Professional Aspects of SPPA
This course was a new prep which involved the development of teaching materials, course syllabus, and course projects. Preparation also included setting up topics and guest speakers.
7/2005 - 9/2005 SPPA 575 Instrumentation
New prep for this graduate course. Preparation involved developing course materials, syllabus, and lab schedules.
2/2005 - 3/2005 Diagnostic Methods in Speech-Language Pathology
As a new faculty member, I spent this period prior to Spring quarter preparing the syllabus, lectures, and course outline for the class. Additional preparation consisted of reviewing all of the tests that were to be practiced, and developing a teaching schedule for group test instruction.