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Jonelle Stephens, EdS, MS
Emeritus Professor, Dental Hygiene
School of Dentistry
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
9/2006 - 12/2008 DNES 806L Research Design, Laboratory
One unit course including the review of literature, design of a research proposal in preparation for profesional presentation of a table clinic. Conduct of research experiment.
9/2006 - 12/2009 DNHY 422 Research II
One unit course on the conduction of a research project in preparation to present the results at a professional meeting.
3/2006 - 6/2009 DNHY 499 Research Writing
Selective course for the student to write and submit for publication their student research project. 4 hours lecture and 24 hours guided student writing experiences
1/2006 - 3/2009 DNES 860 Oral Medicine II
The dental management of the medically compromised patient. 20 hours lecture
1/2006 - 3/2006 Research III
Presentation of the student research project to the class, additionally to the Tri-County Dental Hygiene Society and the School of Dentistry Alumni-Student convention. 2 hours lecture, 20 hours presentations
9/2005 - 12/2008 DNES 806L Research Design Lab
Guided student conduction of the research protocol they designed in DNES 806. 60 lab hours
9/2005 - 12/2005 DNHY 423 Research II
Students conduct the research that they designed in Research I. 4 hours of lecture, 30 hours of guided laboratory and 8 hours of student presentations
7/2005 - 9/2005 DNES 806 Research Design
Introduction to research methodolgy including the student formation of a research protocol. 22 hours lecture
1/2004 - 3/2008 ODRP 808 Oral Medicine II
Two unit course with lectures on various medically compromised patients including need for antibiotic premedication, use of local anesthetics and nitrous oxide, drug interactions, and the need to alter the treatment plan.
1/1986 - 6/2009 DNHY 380 Medically Compromised Patients
Four unit course with lectures dealing with the medically compromised patient relative to the use of local anesthetic, drug interactions, need for antibiotic premedicatio, and necessary modification to treatment plan.
Interactive Teaching
 
11/2006 - 3/2009 D2 OSCE exam
Thirty hour OSCE for approx. 100 second year dental students to test their readiness to be seeing dental patients in clinic. Each student must pass the exam before they are allowed to treat patients.
3/2006 - 6/2008 OSCE exit exams
Design and conduct medically compromised patient cases and the research exit exam. 16 hours
9/1988 - 9/2008 Local Anesthesia Review Blocks
For Three out of the four quarters, a four-hour 1:4 local anesthesia review block is conducted. Students review various local anesthesia injections and practice them on a student partner