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W. Patrick Naylor, DDS, MPH, MS
Professor, Restorative Dentistry
School of Dentistry
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
8/2010 - 8/2013

PROS 575-576 - 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, gave updated presentations from prior years

3/2010 Lecturer in debt management and personal finance in GRDN 601: Practice Management.
1/2010 GRDN 514: Introduction to Biomedical Research Lecture (2 hours) entitled:  Research, Scientific Writing, Critical Thinking, and University-wide SLOs
January 19, 2010
8/2009 PROS 575-576
An Overview of Dental Casting Alloys" and "Framework Design"
8/2009 PROS 575-576 Lecture
An Overview of Dental Casting Alloys" and "Framework Design"
3/2009 GRDN 601:  Practice Management
Two-hour lecture on personal finance and practice finance.
8/2008 "Fitting a Cast Restoration" in PROS 575-576
8/2008 "Metal-Ceramic Substructure Design" in PROS 575-576
8/2008 "Shade Selection Techniques" in PROS 575-576
8/2008 "Soldering" in PROS 575-576
11/2007 Investment Study Club
Covered lessons 1 to 5 in "10 Steps to Financial Success."
10/2007 DNES 708 Personal Development
1 hour overview of personal finance courses and activities in the pre-doctoral curriculum.
10/2007 OMFS - Personal Finance
2 1/2 hour presentation on investing and money management both personal and professional based on the text "Personal Finance for Healthcare Professionals."
10/2007 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Night Conference
Practice Management lecture (2 1/2 hours)
10/2007 PROS 575-576 - Lab - Porcelain Application Technique
7 hours of laboratory instruction on the application of dental porcelain for a standard build-up with one restoration and a second restoration for the creation of internal color.
9/2007 PROS 575-576 Lab - Porcelain Application Technique
6 hour laboratory session in metal preparation and application and firing of opaque porcelain and operation of a porcelain furnace.
8/2007 PROS 575-576 Color Science
1 hour lecture on color science as it related to prosthodontics.
8/2007 PROS 575-576 - Dental Casting Alloys
2 hour lecture on dental casting alloys, porcelain bonding, and porcelain bond failures.
8/2007 PROS 575-576 Porcelain Application Techniques
1 hour PowerPoint presentation illustrating different techniques for the application of porcelain from standard build-up to internal color development.
8/2007 PROS 575-576 Shade Selection Technique
1 hour lecture on different techniques for clinical shade selection
8/2007 PROS 575-576 Shade Selection Techniques
1 hour lecture on different techniques for shade selection.
8/2007 PROS 575-576 Substructure Design
1 hour lecture on metal-ceramic substructure design.
7/2007 PROS 575-576 Spruing, Investing and Casting
2 hour lecture on spruing investing and casting, emphasizing the "buttonless" casting technique.
2/2007 GRDN 601: Practice Management
Gave the two-hour presentation given in graduate practice management course (DRDN 601)covering saving and investing in personal and retirement (dental practice) accounts and covered educational debt repayment options to include loan consolidation.
2/2007 Investment Study Club - Steps 1 -5
Personal finance lecture covering Step 1 - 5 from "10 Steps to Financial Success" (2 hour lecture from 5:30 to 7:30 PM).
2/2007 Investment Study Club - Steps 6 -10
Personal finance lecture covering Stepts 6 - 10 from "10 Steps to Financial Success."
2/2007 Personal Finance
Two-hour lecture to Investment Study Club (6:00 - 8:00 PM) in Room 1101. Finished review of 10 Steps to Financial Success.
11/2006 PROS 575-576 Fitting Cast Restorations
Lecture on laboratory technique to fit castings.
10/2006 DNES 708 Lecture
Overview of Personal Finance Content in LLUSD Curriculum
10/2006 PROS 575-576 Dental Casting Alloys
2 hour lecture on dental casting alloys, porcelain bonding, substructure design, investments
5/2006 DNES 707 Lecture
Personal Finance Lecture - 2 hours
1/2006 Graduate Prosthodontics
"Principles and Practices of Dental Laboratory Infection Control"
1/2006 GRDN 601: Practice Management
Gave a 2-hour presentation on Personal Finance, Practice Finance, and Debt Management to graduate students and residents enrolled in this class.
1/2006 GRDN 601: Practice Management
Two hour personal finance lecture in graduate practice management course covering personal finance and investing both inside and outside a dental practice.
5/2005 Personal Development
DNES 707 Personal Development - Personal Finance- 2 hour lecture.
5/2005 Personal Finance
IDP Program, Personal Finance, 2 - hour lecture
5/2005 Personal Finance
Graduate prosthodontics program, 1 hour lunch time lecture (cont'd)
5/2005 Personal Finance
Graduate Prosthodontics Program Personal Finance, 1-hour lunch time lecture (con't).
2/2005 Personal debt management and money mangement
2 hours of lecture, graduate orthodontics, graduate endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery and prosthodontics residents as part of Dr. Caruso's Practice Management Course
2/2005 Personal Finance
1 hour lunch time lectue to graduate prosthodontics program.
10/2003 - 10/2004 DNES 708, Introduction to the Dental Profession
1 hour Personal Finance lecture
Clinical Supervision
7/2006 - 6/2013

Graduate Prosthodontics - periodically, 2006-2013

Interactive Teaching
1/2010 - 3/2010 Taught the course DNHY 414: Personal Finance as part on the dental hygiene online degree completion course.
3/2009 - 6/2009 DNHY 414 Personal Finance
Online course in personal finance for the Department of Dental Hygiene
1/2008 - 4/2008 GMDE: 511: Personal Finance
This 10-lesson course in personal finance was created for the School of Medicine GME Core Curriculum and first taught in 2004. The subject matter covers a wide range of topics of value for personal and professional money management.
1/2006 - 3/2006 GMDE 511 - Personal Finance
Winter Quarter, 2006: Taught the Personal Finance Course for a group of graduate medical residents using Blackboard. The same course was also taught in 2004.
7/2005 - 6/2006 Faculty Advisor
Serves as Faculty Advisor for the student run Investment Study Club. The group typically meets for two consequence evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 PM once a quarter.
2/2005 - 5/2005 School of Dentistry Investment Club
Faculty Advisor (and founder) Lecture - 4 hours of lecture and discussion (5:30 to 7:30 PM), two evenings during February 2005 visit. Lecture - 4 hours of lecture and discussion (5:30 to 7:30 PM), two evenings during May 2005 visit.
Administrative Teaching Roles
8/2011 PROS 575-576 Six hours of lecture on metal-ceramic technology and creating esthetic restorations.
2/2011 GRDN 601: Practice Managemnt.   Two-hour lecture on saving and investing, investing in taxable as well as retirement accounts (inside and outside a dental practice) and the pros and cons of educational loan consolidation.
8/2010 PROS 575-576
8/2008 "Porcelain Application" in PROS 575-576
1/2007 - 3/2007 GRDN 622: Biomedical Sciences I, Part 2
Course coordinator for this two-quarter biomedical sciences series for graduate students/residents.
4/2006 - 7/2013

Associate Dean for Advanced Education

Assumed the position of Associated Dean for Advanced Education.

Instructional Prep of New Material
4/2006 - Present Graduate Research
Prepared a draft document entitled "Guidelines and Procedures fo Graduate Student/Resident Research." This document is being circulated among graduate program directors for comment.
8/2004 - 10/2004 "Money Management and Investing for Healthcare Professionals"
Taught a 10 lesson course on personal finance, as part of the Loma Linda University School of Medicine's Graduate Medical Education (GME) Core Curriculum on Blackboard.