Loma Linda University

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Mark Clements, MA
Assistant Professor, Radiation Technology
School of Allied Health Professions
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
4/2009 - 6/2009 RTMR 238, Radiologic Physics
Review of energy & matter, basic concepts of the atom and its structure, and how these related to basic x-ray production. Review of the EM (electromagnetic sprectrum), basic x-ray production, x-ray interactions with matter, the control of scattered radiation, and how various technical factors affect x-ray exposure. Review and use of radiologic units. Review of basic electrical production and this relates to various components of the x-ray circuit in the production of a x-ray exposure. 3 hrs. lecture weekly.
9/2008 - 12/2008 AHCJ 326, Fundamentals of Healthcare
Presentation of 3 lectures and/or PowerPoint presentations as part of a team teaching approach to acquaint new students with the healthcare field. Integarated approach with multi-discipline instruction to help students provide better pt. care and work as a team with their fellow professionals. Lab work in areas such as pt. transfer, sterile procedures/universal precautions, vital signs, etc. 3-4 hours of lectures and 3-4 hours of lab.
9/2008 - 6/2009 RTMR 285-287, Principles of Radiography I, II, III
A series of three courses which covers the basic principles of radigraphic imaging including basic x-ray production, x-ray tubes, accessory equipment, image receptors, technical factors, film and digital imaging, CR(computed radiography), DR(digital radiography), patient variables, quality assurance, and an introduction to CT (computed tomography) and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). A 2-hour weekly laboratory accompanies lectures during the first two quarters. Autumn: 2hrs lecture, 2 hours lab weekly. Winter: 3 hrs lecture, 2 hours lab weekly. Spring: 2 hours lecture weekly.
9/2008 - 12/2008 RTMR 345, Radiologic Pathology
Review of basic pathologic terms and statistical reporting. Review of basic anatomical systems such as cardiac, vascular, gastrointestinal, respiratory, structural (bones & joints), etc, the major disease conditions that commonly affect people in this country by system, their common symptoms, and the radiologic importance and imaging characteristics of these diseases. Course will incorporate either oral or written case study by each student of a specific disease condition. 2 hours lecture weekly.
Administrative Teaching Roles
1/2009 - 6/2009 RTMR 363, Comprehensive Review
Coordinator for program''s comprehensive review course which covers all topics normally covered on the ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) registry exam. Helps students determine areas of didactic strengths & weaknesses with emphasis on increasing their knowledge base in the areas where they have deficits in their knowledge base. Scheduling of course sessions, faculty and student assignments. Scheduling of mock registry exams, grading and review of student''s results. Preparing students for ARRT registry exams by handing out ARRT registry application booklets, filling out the application, determining student''s eligibility status and signing off on student''s program completion on successful completion of the program. Helping students fill out and apply for their CA state CRT license. 9-10 one hour review sessions per quarter plus three 4-hour testing sessions and 2-3 hours of student instruction for registry/licensure application over both quarters.
6/2008 - 9/2009 Assoc. Dept. Chair - Dept. of Radiation Technology
Work with Dept. Chairman as needed in adminstration of this department.  Attend meetings/seminars as needed, represent department at various functions or committees, work with Dept. Chair on strategic planning, long-term department & program goals, fill-in for Dept. Chairmen when they are absent, etc.
6/2008 - 9/2009 Program Director for Medical Radiography program
Serving as Program Director for the JRCERT and California state accredited program in Medical Radiography (radiography or radiologic technology). Responsible for programmatic record keeping, interaction with state and national accrediting agencies, ongoing outcomes assessment of program goals & objectives, set-up and supervision of student selection process, student advisement, program representation at various meetings, committees, etc, and program recruitment.