About David Lopez, EdD

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CURRICULUM VITAE 
EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP 

 

 

Name: David López, Ed.D. RCP, RRT 

Associate Professor 

     Cell - (909) 795-8961 

Date & Place of Birth:  September 18, 1958, Tucson Arizona, USA 

EDUCATION: 

Date 

Discipline 

Degree 

Institution 

2001 

Education: Curriculum & Instruction, Program Development: Elective emphasis Administration/Leadership 

Doctor of Education, Ed.D. 

Dissertation: Institutional Ethos Conveying the Essence of a University’s Mission 

La Sierra University 

2000 

Education: Curriculum & Instruction: Elective emphasis Administration/Leadership 

Education Specialist, Ed.S. 

La Sierra University 

1997 

Education: Curriculum& Instruction: Elective emphasis Administration/Leadership 

Master of Arts,  

M.A. 

La Sierra University 

1983 

Respiratory Therapy 

Bachelor of Science 

B.S. 

Loma Linda University 

1981 

Respiratory Therapy 

Associate of Science 

A.S. 

Loma Linda University 

1977-1980 

General Education 

Prerequisites 

Pacific Union College 

LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION: 

Date 

Type of license, registration, or certification 

1984-present 

Registered Respiratory Therapist RRT, National Board of Respiratory Care, #20563 

1982-present 

Certified Respiratory Therapy Technician, CRTT, National Board of Respiratory Care 

1983-present 

Respiratory Care Practitioner, RCP, Respiratory Care Board, State of California, #RI 002397 

2001-present 

Institutional Educational Certification, Office of Sponsored Research.  

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS/PROMOTIONS:  

Dates 

Title 

Department/School 

Institution 

September 2001 

Associate Professor 

School of Allied Health Profession, Department of Cardiopulmonary 

 

Loma Linda University 

HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS: 

        2022 Respiratory Care Journal, 2021 High Interest Article, Presented in recognition as one of the most – read papers published in 2021. Langga, L., Oh, J., López, D., Blake, N., McField, E., Hotz, J., ... & Chinnock, R. (2021). Prevalence, proportionality, and cause of ventilator alarms in a pediatric intensive care setting. Respiratory Care, 66(4), 541-550. 

  1. Faculty Recognition Award, 2002-2003. For outstanding contribution to the professional development of Faculty and Peers.  Loma Linda University, School of Allied Health Professions 

1998 Outstanding Young Americans, Thirty First Anniversary Edition.  Citation reads: “In recognition of outstanding professional achievement, superior leadership and ability and exceptional service to the community.”    

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP: 

1985 to the present American Association of Respiratory Care  

Specialty sections: Neonatal/Pediatric, Critical Care 

1986 to the present California Society of Respiratory Care  

1990 to the present National Board of Respiratory Care  

1990-2001 Association of Cardiovascular Professionals  

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: 

Loma Linda University, School of Allied Health Professions: 

 

  • Present: Chair, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences, 2006-to present 

  • Emergency Medical Care Program (Bachelor’s of Science) 

  • Respiratory Care, entry level Program (Bachelor’s of Science) 

  • LLU and Riyadh Saudi Arabia Campus (2013) Synchronous  

  • Cardiac Electrophysiology  (online and Face to Face) (Certificate and Associate degree program) 2009-2016.  

  • Polysomnography Certificate Program  

  • Advanced Practitioner, Post-Professional Bachelors Degree Respiratory Care Program (AS TO B.S)  

  • Masters of Science in Respiratory Care Program (online and Face to Face) 

  • Life Support Education Center, AHA center; CPR, ACLS, PALS, NRP, instructor programs.  

  • Interim Director of Clinical Education, September 24, 2021-January 06, 2022  

  • Interim Chair, Department of Physician Assistant Sciences 2008 to 2018 

 

  • 2004 2006, Acting Chair, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences,  

  • Physician Assistant Program, fall 2005.  

  • Department of Physician Assistant Sciences  

  • 2003-2017  Director: Advanced Practitioner Post-Professional Bachelors of Science Respiratory Care Program, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences 

  • December 1981-1982, Respiratory Care Practitioner, Staff Therapist, Loma Linda University Medical Center. 

  • June 1982-1983, Respiratory Care Practitioner, Lead Supervisor, Adult Critical Care, Loma Linda University Medical Center. Specialty: critical care, adult and pediatric heart surgery patients.  

  • October 1983-1985, Loma Linda University Overseas Heart Team, Intra-operative, post-operative Respiratory and Critical Care, Saudi Arabia, Zimbabwe, 1987, People Republic of China, 1988, 1990, 1994, 1994, Respiratory Care Coordinator for SAHP/Heart Team trips. 

  • Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital, Hangzoh, China, 1997, 1998 

  • Development of respiratory care department, equipment, education, staff development. total of four months (three trips).  

  • February 1985-September 1985, Respiratory Care Practitioner, Lead Therapist, Respiratory Intensive Care, Loma Linda University Medical Center.  

  • June 1990-1991 California Society of Respiratory Care Chapter II vice president.  

  • September 1985-1990, Faculty, School of Allied Health Profession, Loma Linda University, Orientation Coordinator, Department of Respiratory Care, Loma Linda University Medical Center.  

  • Spring 1994, Program, curriculum, development, and Board and WASC approval of perfusion and cardiovascular technology programs.  

  • Spring/Summer 1994, Program, curriculum, development, and Board and WASC approval of the Surgical Technology Program. 

  • 1990-1995, Faculty, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences, School of Allied health Professions, Loma Linda University. Overseas Education Coordinator, Myanmar, 1996, Vietnam, 1997, Saudi Arabia, 1998 

  • 1997-2001, School portfolio committee, curriculum development and instruction of university and school wide mission and goals as outcome measures and assessment.  

  • 1998, Site visit, Saudi Arabia campus respiratory program in preparation for WASC Self-Study.  

  • 1998, WASC self-study committees, faculty governance, institutional resources, diversity.  

  • 1995-1999 Program Director, 

  •  Surgical Technology Program, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences, School of Allied Health Profession, Loma Linda University. 

 

WORK EXPERIENCE 

Presently Loma Linda University (since 1985) 

School of Allied Health Professions, Associate Professor  

Director of Clinical Education, Entry-level Respiratory Care Program 

Additions to clinical: Operating room, physicians outpatient offices, sleep laboratory, pediatric subacute, case management.  

Clinical curriculum development of new and emerging respiratory care practice, Critical and Respiratory Care.  

Clinical Practice, ongoing with students at the bedside, basic care through critical care neonates, pediatrics, adults, inpatient, subacute. Project orientated topics, asthma clinics, ventilator dependent children’s clinics, stop smoking clinics. Adult Critical care specialist.  

Director of Surgical Technology, initial accreditation, curriculum development.  Leadership and administration of surgical technology program.  

Faculty, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences: 

Instruction: Diagnostic Techniques, x-ray interpretation, 12 lead ECG interpretation, Case Studies, Managed Care, NeoNatal/Pediatrics basic and advanced, Multidisciplinary patient care course (radiation technology, surgical technology, respiratory care, Imaging, Speech-pathology), Respiratory Disease Process and Treatment. Project orientated topics, asthma clinics, ventilator dependent children’s clinics, stop smoking clinics. Web based learning: Blackboard, distance education, and online synchronous and asynchronous instruction. 

Lecture topics: Adult critical care, Respiratory Diseases.  

Emergency Medical Care Program (BS Program), Instruction: Introduction to Cardiopulmonary Diseases and Therapeutics Instructional Techniques I, II, (teaching curriculum development and program design), Educational Practicum I, II, III (clinical and didactic practicum). 1990-1998.  

Instructor, Post-Professional and Entry-level BS Respiratory Care Programs. Instruction: Cardiopulmonary Intensive Care, Instructional Techniques I, II, (teaching curriculum development and program design), Educational Practicum I, II, III (clinical and didactic practicum). 1990-1998. 

1985 to 3/94 Loma Linda University 

School of Allied Health Professions 

Department of Respiratory Therapy 

Instructor, Adult Critical Care Specialist 

Orientation Coordinator Loma Linda University Medical Center 

Education for the Department of Respiratory Care, Loma Linda University               Medical Center 

Medical School Residency Program ICU Education, Loma Linda University/Loma Linda University Medical Center 

Nursing Staff Development Education, Loma Linda University Medical Center 

1983 to 9/85 Loma Linda University Overseas Heart Surgery Team 

Riyadh Al-Kharj Hospital Program 

Ministry of Defense and Aviation 

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 

Duties: Instructor- Respiratory Technician Program,  

Curriculum and Lesson-Plan Development; didactic and Clinical Instruction, Medical Staff Resource, Senior-Therapist-Supervisor Post-op Recovery & Management of Open Heart Surgery of Infant, Pediatric and Adult Cardiac Patients, General Critical Care. 

 

1981 to 1983 Loma Linda University Medical Center 

Duties: Lead Therapist- Pulmonary Intensive Care Unit. 

Staff Therapist- Pulmonary Intensive Care, Post-op,  

Heart Surgery Recovery, Neonatal Intensive Care, 

Pediatric and Adult Cardiac Patients, General Critical Care. 

 

Loma Linda University Overseas Heart Surgery Team: 

 

  • 1983 to 9/85 Educator and Lead Therapist, Riyadh Al-Kharj Hospital Program, Ministry of Defense and Aviation, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Established curriculum and program development. Specialty; Neonatal, pediatric and adult heart surgery  

 

PROFESSIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE’S  

 

Associate Director LLUH, International Institute for Health Sciences.  Zhejiang University City College, Loma Linda University, Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital, 2019-Present.  

 

Respiratory Care, Registry-Eligible Bachelors of Science Program (Associate of Science Program 1983-1999), Loma Linda University, Riyadh Campus, School of Allied Health Professions, Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences.  1983-2015.  

 

Respiratory Care, Advanced Practitioner, Post-Professional Bachelors of Science Program, and Master’s of Science in Respiratory Care-  Loma Linda University, School of Allied Health Professions. 1988-present.  

 

Respiratory Care, Associate Degree Program, Victor Valley Community College, 2004-2015.  

PUBLICATIONS & SCHOLARLY WORK: (* CO-FIRST AUTHORSHIP)  

Peer Reviewed Article:  

 

Langga, L., Oh, J., López, D., Blake, N., McField, E., Hotz, J., ... & Chinnock, R. (2021). Prevalence, proportionality, and cause of ventilator alarms in a pediatric intensive care setting. Respiratory Care, 66(4), 541-550. 

 

Alismail A, Tabisula BM, López D. Designing a Clinical Education Tracking System: An Innovative Approach. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2021 May 26;12:539-546. doi: 10.2147/AMEP.S312734. PMID: 34079421; PMCID: PMC8166258. 

 

López, D., Alismail, A., & Tan, L. D. (2020). Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy of an Adolescent Stem Cell Transplantation Recipient with Hemorrhagic Cystitis and BK Virus.?Case reports in pulmonology,?2020, 3465412. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/3465412 

 

Lopez, D; Alismail, A. Entrusting the Advance Practice Respiratory Therapist. The Coalition Chronicle. April 2020 Volume 9 (4).  NEED to upload arrticle 

 

Alismail A* and Lopez, David*. Clinical Competencies in Advanced Practice Respiratory Therapy Education: Is It Time to Entrust the Learner?. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2020; 11: 83–89. 

 

Alismail?A, Massey?E, Song?C, Daher?N, Terry?MH, López?D, Tan?L and Lo?T (2018) Emotional Impact of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training on High-School Students. Front. Public Health 5:362. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2017.00362 

         

Alipoon, L., López, D. (October 2003). Brain Based Learning Applications for Radiation Sciences. Radiologic Science and Education, 8, (1), 5-12. 

López, D , Alipoon, L. (Dec/Jan 2001). Experience is the Network to the Mind: Brain-Based Learning Applications in Higher Education Journal of Adventist Education, 63, (2), 29-34. 

 

López?D ."Loma Linda University: Overseas Heart Foundation, Provides Health Care Services, Training to Developing Countries. American Association for Respiratory Care Times, with Lawrence Tataro, April 1996. 

 

López?D. SARS: What It is And What It’s Not. Pneumogram. Summer 2003.  

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS:  

 

López, David. Acid Base Balance, Blood Gas Analysis &Oxygenation (Chapter 17). Fundamental Respiratory Care Support Course Textbook. American Respiratory Care Foundation. 2020 

López, D. RRT; Marshak, A. Tuberculosis (Book Chapter), Respiratory Disease: A case Study Approach to Patient Care. 2cd Ed., F.A. Davis, Philadelphia, 1998.  

 

BOOK REVIEWS:  

 

López, D. (April 2002). [Review of the book Clinical Manifestations and Assessment of Respiratory Disease, 4th edition]. Respiratory Care, 47, (4), 525-526. 

López, D. (April 2002). [Review of the book Case Studies to Accompany Clinical Manifestations and Assessment of Respiratory Disease, 4th edition]. Respiratory Care, 47, (4), 526-527. 

BOOK TEST QUESTIONS: 

 

Lung Neoplasm’s, and Neuromuscular Diseases, Egan’s Fundamentals of Respiratory Care, Seventh ed. Mosby, 1999. 

    

PEER REVIEWER: I serve as a peer reviewer for several journals, below are examples:  

BMC Pulmonary Medicine 

BMC Medical Education 

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE 

Google Scholar:  

Publons: 

                https://publons.com/researcher/4840334/david-lopez/  

DISSERTATION COMMITTEE:  

2021 The Relationship Between Ventilator Alarm Characteristics and Physiologic Parameters in a Pediatric Intensive Care Setting. Jisoo Oh Chair, School of Public Health LLU. 

PEER REVIEW ABSTRACTS PRESENTATION: 

Kandhola, Arshdeep; Williams, Taylor; Daher, Noha; López, David; Tan, Laren; Alismail, Abdullah. Changes in Fraction of Exhaled Nitric Oxide While Vaping E-Cigerrete. CHEST 2022.   

 

Kin Long Lui; Daher, Noha; Veronica Kim; Monterroso, Pamela; López, David; Tan, Laren; Alismail, Abdullah. Healthcare Professional Students’ Perspective On Mask Wearing Post COVID-19. CHEST 2022 

 

Kandhola, Arshdeep; Williams, Taylor; Daher, Noha; López, David; Tan, Laren; Alismail, Abdullah. Changes in Fraction of Exhaled Nitric Oxide While Vaping E-Cigerette. CHEST 2022. 

 

Almugaiteeb, S., Alzahrani, A., Lora, F., López, D., & Alismail, A. (2022). 1303: DECREASING INCIDENTS OF UNPLANNED EXTUBATION IN NEONATAL ICU: A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. Critical Care Medicine, 50(1), 652. 

 

Lui, K. L., Kim, V., Lumowa, K., Daher, N., López, D., Tan, L., & Alismail, A. (2022). 271: MASK-WEARING BEHAVIOR DURING FLU SEASON AMONG HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS: DID COVID-19 CHANGE US?. Critical Care Medicine, 50(1), 120. 

 

Alismail, A., López, D. Vosko, A., Lee, S., & Tan, L. (2021). Learning in Emergency and Critical Event Among Medical Residents and Respiratory Care Students. In TP12. TP012 MEDICAL EDUCATION IN PULMONARY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE (pp. A1546-A1546). American Thoracic Society. 

 

Alismail, A., López, D., Vosko, A., Lee, S., & Tan, L. (2020). UNDERSTANDING ASPECTS OF LEARNING IN EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL EVENTS AMONG NOVICE LEARNERS. Chest, 158(4), A1306-A1307. 

 

Biehl, R., Jeganathan, N., Becerra, B., López, D., & Alismail, A. (2020). DIAGNOSING IDIOPATHIC PULMONARY FIBROSIS IN COMMUNITY-BASED PULMONOLARY PRACTICES: FACTORS INFLUENCING APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS. Chest, 158(4), A1073 

 

Golchehreh, A., Terry, M., Daher, N., López, D., & Alismail, A. (2020). RESPIRATORY THERAPIST-DRIVEN HIGH FLOW NASAL CANNULA PATHWAY AND PICU ADMISSION RATES FOR PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH ACUTE BRONCHIOLITIS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. Chest, 158(4), A2293. 

 

Golchehreh, A., Terry, M., Daher, N., López, D., & Alismail, A. (2020). RESPIRATORY THERAPIST-DRIVEN HIGH FLOW NASAL CANNULA PATHWAY AND PICU ADMISSION RATES FOR PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH ACUTE BRONCHIOLITIS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. Chest, 158(4), A2293. 

 

Golchehreh, A., Terry, M., Daher, N., López, D., & Alismail, A. (2020). Respiratory Therapist-Driven High-Flow Nasal Cannula Protocol: Non-Weight Based Versus Weight-Based for Pediatric Acute Bronchiolitis Patients. 

 

Langga, L., Oh, J., López, D., Blake, N., McField, E., Hotz, J., ... & Knox, K. (2019). The Positive Predictive Value of Ventilator Alarms in a Pediatric Intensive Care Setting. Respiratory Care?October 2019,?64?(Suppl 10)?3239461; 

 

Langga, L., Oh, J., López, D., Blake, N., McField, E., Hotz, J., ... & Knox, K. (2019). Frequency, Rate and Cause of Ventilator Alarms in a Pediatric Intensive Care Setting. Respiratory Care?October 2019,?64?(Suppl 10)?3239455; 

 

López, D., Tan, L; Alismail, A. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) of an Adolescent Stem Cell Transplantation (SCT) Recipient with Hemorrhagic Cystitis, and BK Virus: A Rare Case Study in the United States. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2018;197:A5664 

 

Abdullah Alismail,?Sandeep Nayak,?Paul Casillas,?López, D., and?Laren Tan. Bronchial Thermoplasty in Severe Asthmatics: Pre and Post Anxiety Levels. Respiratory Care?October 2018,?63?(Suppl 10)?3022725.  

 

Abdullah Alismail,?Paul Casillas,?Sandeep Nayak,?López, D., and?Laren Tan. Post Bronchial Thermoplasty Discharge in Severe Asthmatics. Respiratory Care?October 2018,?63?(Suppl 10)?3025968; 

 

Indah Sari,?Paul Casillas,?David López, Abdullah Alismail. Healthcare Professional Students Knowledge of Sleep at a Faith Based Institution. Respiratory Care?October 2018,?63?(Suppl 10)?3022699; 

 

Tan, L; Alismail, A; López, D. Measurement Of Anxiety Levels For Severe Asthmatics Undergoing Bronchial Thermoplasty (BT). American Thoracic Society Conf. 2018 

 

Alismail, Abdullah;?López, David, Wild, Kathi; Marin, Traci; Knecht, Kathryn . Interprofessional Lab: (October 2014)  Loma Linda University’s Inclusive Interprofessional Education Experience. Respiratory Care • Vol 59 No 10 

 

López, D. (2004, December 5 2004). A Model for Web Based Instruction in an Advanced Practice Post-professional Bachelors of Science Respiratory Care Program. Poster session presented at the American Association of Respiratory Care International Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

 

López, D. (2004, December 5 2004). Integration of Diversity Concepts Into a Respiratory Care Course. Poster session presented at the American Association of Respiratory Care International Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

 

Alipoon, L., López, D. (2003, October 21-24). Radiologist Assistant a New Allied Health Program:  An Advanced Clinical Role for Radiographers. Poster session presented at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Toronto, Canada 

 

López, D. (2003, October 21-24). Integration of Diversity Concepts into a Respiratory Care Clinical Practicum. Poster session presented at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Toronto, Canada,  

López, D. (2001, December 7). Outcome Assessment Of An Institutions Mission: Community Service and Student’s Perceptions of Caring Faculty. Poster session presented at the American Association of Respiratory Care International Congress, San Antonio TX 

 

López, D. (2001, October 14). Institutional Ethos: Conveying the Essence of a University's Mission. Poster session presented at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Norfolk, VA. 

 

López, D. (2000, December). Brain Based Learning in a Post-Professional Respiratory Care Program: a Comparison of Conventional Methodology and Brain Based Learning Techniques.  Poster session presented at the American Association of Respiratory Care International Congress, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

 

Alipoon, L., López, D. (2000, October 25). Brain-Based Learning Applications in Allied Health Education.  Poster Session presented at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Las Vegas. Award winning poster. 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS: 

  • 2021 COVID-19 Experience and Practice CPS LLUH, Osaka Japan.  

  • 2019 Forth Forum for Asian Clinical Engineering, Respiratory Care Partnerships and Innovations for the Future.  Tokyo Japan.  

  • 2018 International Respiratory Care Forum & 2nd meeting of Zhejiang Respiratory Care alliance- 13th SRRSH International Academic Week- Respiratory Therapy Session.  

  • Geneva, Switzerland 2014, Second Global conference on Lifestyles and Health, Allied Health and Non Communicable Diseases: Cardiopulmonary Perspective.  

  • 2013 Osaka Japan Jikei University, Respiratory Care Potential in Health Care and Education Collaborations.  

  • Sir Run Run Shaw International Respiratory Care Congress, 2011, Respiratory Care Goals, Values, and Competencies.  

  • Manipal India, 2010 Manipal University, Respiratory Care Week, Respiratory Care and You.  

  • Taipei, Taiwan, 2008, Future of Respiratory Care: Education Expanding your Potential, Taipei Medical University Hospital. 

  • Respiratory Care Education: Is it Time for Change. 

  • California Society for Respiratory Care (CSRC), 2004, San Diego 

  • Brain Based Leaning and Cardiopulmonary Students,  

  • Allied Health Faculty, Loma Linda University, February 2002, with Multiple Intelligences, learning styles, in allied health and higher education. 

  • -Dissertation Defense (Successful), April 30, 2001,  

  • Institutional Ethos Conveying the Essence of a University’s Mission.  Dissertation published with UMI 2001. 

  • -Brain Based Learning,  

  • Speech Pathology Leadership Education, August 2001.  

  • -Modes of Mechanical Ventilation,  

  • Allegiance Respiratory Care Conference, 2000.  

  • -Oxygen Therapy in the Intensive Care Setting,  

  • Allegiance Respiratory Care Conference, 2000. 

  • -Aerosol and Humidity Therapy in the Intensive Care Setting, 

  • Allegiance Respiratory Care Conference, 2000. 

  • -Presentation, Mechanical Ventilation in the Intensive Care Unit, 

  • Prince Sultan Cardiac Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1998.  

  • -Maintaining and Placing an Airway in an Emergency,  

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program, Rangoon, Myanmar, 1997. Program Coordinator 

  • -Advance Arrhythmia Recognition and Treatment,  

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital, Peoples Republic of China 1997. Program Coordinator 

  • -New Generation of Mechanical Ventilators, and Inverse Ratio Ventilation in Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome,  

  • Beijing China, 1996. Program Assistant Coordinator 

  • -Maintaining and Placing an Airway in the Intensive Care Unit and the Emergency Department,  

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Ho-Chi-Min, Vietnam, 1996. Program Coordinator 

  • -Initiating Mechanical Ventilation in the Acute Care Setting, 

  • Hong Kong Adventist Hospital, 1995.  

ESTABLISHING THE RESPIRATORY CARE PROFESSION & AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (AHA) CREDENTIALS, AND PROGRAMS, SERVICE: to include but not limited to, academic, profession, government, communities of interest, train the trainer, collaboration, etc.  

China, Nepal, Peru, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Japan, India, Malawi, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Myanmar  

INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE: 

Loma Linda University: 

2005-present Loma Linda University, School of Allied Health Administrative Council 

2004-2005 Chancellors Commission on Hispanic Development, Secretary 

2003-2005 General Education Committee 

2005-2014 University Diversity: Steering Committee 

2001-2014 Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center (LLUAHSC) Diversity Board committee Academic representative  

2000-2001 Alternate (SAHP)-Inter-school Faculty Advisory Council  

1998-2001 Loma Linda University Board subcommittee on Diversity, faculty representative. 

2001 LLUAHSC Constituency Meeting, Faculty Representative 

2001 Grievance Committee(s) Loma Linda University Faculty Grievance 2 

2000 White House Briefing: Washington DC, Conference on health care budgetary issues, represented Loma Linda University.  

1999-2000 Vice-Chair, Inter-school Faculty Advisory Council (University Senate) 

1998-1999 Representative (SAHP)-Inter-school Faculty Advisory Council (IFAC) University Senate 

1997-1998 LLU WASC committee-faculty governance 

School of Allied Health Professions: 

2005:   Chair, school faculty workload committee 

1999-2000 Chair, Faculty Council Executive Committee (School Senate)  

School Grievance committee’s 1998x2, 1999x2, 2000x3, Grievance committee, Chair. 2000 x2 

1998-1999 Chair-elect, Faculty Council Executive Committee 

1997-1998 Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences, Faculty Council Executive Committee representative 

1997-1998 SAHP WASC subcommittees-institutional purpose, governance, and diversity 

Professional Service: 

2002-2005 California Society of Respiratory Care (CSRC) Board of Directors 

2002-2005 California Society of Respiratory Care (CSRC), State Education Co-Chair 

2002-2005 California Society of Respiratory Care (CSRC), State Program Committee.  

1985-present Member, American Association of Respiratory Care, Neonatal and  
Adult Acute Care specialties. 

1990-1991 California Society of Respiratory Care (CSRC) Chapter II vice president.  

Faith based Service to Public,: 

2006-2007 Associate Head Elder, Calimesa SDA church, Elder – present.  

2003-present Calimesa Ministry Council 

1980-present Presentations: to Hispanic/Spanish speaking churches and organizations regarding education. 

Community Health Fairs: Lung function screening, pulmonary health, smoking cessation.  

Service to the Public: 

Presentations to elementary, middle school, and high school children on: Lung Health, Smoking Prevention, careers in allied health, Asthma, higher education. [Parkview Middle school, Calimesa elementary, Redlands High school, East Redlands High School, Loma Linda Academy, Mesa Grande Academy, San Bernardino High School, Fontana High School, Colton High School, others on request].  

Teaching Experience: 

1985-present, Respiratory Therapy, Associates, Bachelors (entry level and post-professional), and Master of Science degree programs:  

 

  • RSTH: 366: Diagnostic Techniques. 3 units 

  • RSTH 341-344 Respiratory Care Science (3, 3, 4, 3 units) 

  • RSTH: 421: Perinatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care 2 units 

  • RSTH: 422: Advanced Perinatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care 2 units and Online 

  • RSTH: 444: Case Studies in Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care 2 units 

  • RSTH 354: Case studies in Adult Respiratory Care 2units 

  • RSTH 401 Cardiopulmonary Intensive Care.  3 and online 

  • RSTH 404 Cardiopulmonary Intensive Care of the Respiratory Patient 3-and Online  

  • RSTH 315 Perinatal Pediatric Respiratory Care. 2 and online 

  • RSTH 431-433 Senior Project 2/2/3 units and online 

  • RSTH 489-402 Evidence Based Medicine in Respiratory Care (4, 4, 4) and online 

  • AHCJ 515 Curriculum Development in Higher Education 3 units 

  • RSTH 550 Advanced Procedures in Cardiopulmonary Sciences 3 units 

  • AHCJ 506 Educational Evaluation and Clinical Assessment 3 units 

  • AHCJ 564 Collaborative Learning in Higher Education 3 units 

  • AHCJ 566: Theoretical Foundations of Leadership (3 units) online.  

  • RSTH 591,592,593,594: Capstone Project in Respiratory Care. (3 units each)- face to face and Online.  

1994-2000, Emergency Medical Care Program, Bachelors of Science degree: 

  • EMMC: 355: Perinatal Emergencies 2 units 

  • EMMC: 305: Cardiopulmonary Therapeutics 2 units 

  • RTCH 475: Curriculum Development in Health Sciences 2 units 

2002-present, Radiation Assistant Program, Bachelors of Science degree: 

  • RTRA: 345: Patient Assessment I and II 2/2 units Online team taught 

  • RTRA 346: Clinical Management and Education 2 units until 2012 

  • RTCH 475: Curriculum Development in Health Sciences 2010 

2000-2016 Physician’s Assistant Program  

  • Patient Assessment, Arterial Blood Gas interpretation & procedure, Mechanical ventilation.   

1985-2003, Clinical Education: 

  • RSTH 391, 392, 393, 494, 495, 496,: Adult, pediatric, transport, home care, rehabilitation, diagnostic laboratory, etc.  

  • Respiratory Care Practicum I, II, III, IV, V, VI Adult, pediatric, transport, home care, rehabilitation, diagnostic laboratory, etc.  

REFERENCES: 

Updated addresses and phone numbers upon request.