CSAD Part-Time Faculty Curriculum Vitae

Renee Garner

Renee Campbell Garner

Email:  renee.garner@csus.edu
Office: Folsom Hall, Part Time Faculty Office Space

Office Phone: (916) 278-6601

ASHA #:  01104812     

ASHA certification:  CCC-SLP  

CA License #:  SP7788

Employment Status:

Part-time, 9 month

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Academic Rank:

Instructor    

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Role to this program (Select all that apply)

Instructional Faculty

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Indicate program other than the accredited Master’s SLP program for which this faculty member contributes a percentage of their overall FTE.

Bachelor’s Communication Sciences and Disorders        

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Tenure Status:

Non-tenured and not on a tenure track  

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Indicate credentials this individual holds:

State Licensure: State: California Speech-Language Pathologist License SP7788

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Indicate the highest degree earned:

M.S.

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Degree, institution, year granted and field of study for all degrees earned:

Degree Earned

Institution Name

Year Granted

Field of Study

Master of Science

California State University, Sacramento

1989

Speech Pathology

Bachelor of Arts

California State University, Sacramento

1985

Speech Pathology and Audiology

Associate of Arts

Ohlone College

1982

Liberal Arts

 

 

 

 

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Percentage (in decimals) of FTE (workload) allocated to the graduate program for classroom teaching.  (Note: Apply the institution’s formula to calculate this.)

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Full-TIme Faculty Equivalent (FTE)= 15 Weighted Teaching Units per semester

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Other contributions allocated to the graduate program

Supervision of graduate student interns in outpatient medical-based setting at Sutter Medical Foundation

Interprofessional Collaborative Practice with Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate students and undergraduate nursing students with Darla Hagge, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Debra Brady, DNP. RN, CNS.   

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Major specialty areas:

Adult acquired neurogenic disorders and voice disorders.  LSVT Certified.  Collaborated with Darla Hagge, Ph. D., CCC-SLP, with Interprofessional Collaborative Practice with Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate students and undergraduate nursing students each semester Spring 2015 to present.  Choir Director for NeuroService Alliance: Vocally Devoted, Spring 2018 (collaborated with Ellen Bernstein-Ellis, MA, CCC-SLP) and Vocally Devoted Choir performed with California State University, East Bay Choir: Aphasia Tones at Annual CSHA Convention at Sacramento Convention Center Complex, March 2018.

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Courses taught.  Provide the course number, course name, and term(s) taught:

Course Number Course Name Program Term(s) Taught
CSAD 199  NeuroService Alliance:  Special Problems:  Keeping it Loud and Clear CSAD Bachelor’s Fall 2017, 2018
Spring 2019
CSAD 199  NeuroService Alliance:  Special Problems: Vocally Devoted CSAD Bachelor’s Fall 2017, 2018
Spring 2019
CSAD 242C Methods:  Language Disorders III  CSAD Master’s Fall 2015, 2016, 2017
Spring 2015, 2016, 2017

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Publications and Presentations completed within the past 5 years. 2013-2018 ONLY

Publications and Papers

 

Presentations

Garner, R.C. (February 21, 2018).  Promoting Brain Health Seminar:  Presented by Sutter Health’s Memory Clinic Team:  Optimizing Cognition and Communication Vitality.  2 hour seminar for the Sacramento Community.  Sutter Buehler Pavilion, Sacramento, California.

Garner, R.C. (November 7, 2017).  Promoting Brain Health Seminar:  Presented by Sutter Health’s Memory Clinic Team:  Optimizing Cognition and Communication Vitality.  2 hour seminar for the Sacramento Community.  Sutter Center for Health Professionals, Gateway Oaks, Sacramento, California.

Garner, R.C. (October 21, 2017).  Parkinson’s Association of Northern California Annual Education Conference:  “Into the Future”  Served on expert panel/discussion, featuring presentations by Parkinson’s professionals on current research and evolving treatments for PD.  6 hour seminar.  Sacramento Convention Center Complex, Sacramento, California.

Garner, R.C. ( June 15, 2017).   Swallow:  Textures and Techniques for Enhancing Safety for Stroke Survivors.  2 hour seminar for Sutter Stroke Support Group, Sutter Buehler Pavilion, Sacramento, California.  

Garner, R.C. (October 17, 2015).  Parkinson’s Association of Northern California Conference:  Parkinson’s Today:  Served on Expert Panel:  Focus on Non-Motor Issues Parkinson. Speech, Cognitive, Swallow Therapy Strategies for Optimizing Communication and Swallow Safety for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). 5.5 hour Conference.  Crowne Plaza Hotel Sacramento, California. 

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 Upcoming Presentations

Garner, R.C. (May 30, 2018).  Promoting Brain Health Seminar:  Presented by Sutter Health’s Memory Clinic Team:  Optimizing Cognition and Communication Vitality.  2 hour seminar for the Davis Community.  University Retirement Center, Davis, California.

Garner, R.C. (June 9, 2018).  The Reality of Caring for an Aging Loved One Symposium and Resource Fair:  Optimizing Communication Effectiveness with Our Aging Loved Ones.  4 hour seminar for community at Sunrise Community Church, Fair Oaks, California.     

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Grants awarded within the past 5 years. 2013-2018

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Activities related to clinical service delivery within the past 5 years. 2013-2018

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Clinical supervision experiences with the past 5 years  2013-2018

Spring 2015-Present

Sacramento State University, Sacramento, Communication Sciences and Disorders.  Collaborate with Darla Hagge, Ph. D., CCC-SLP, with Interprofessional Collaborative Practice with supervising and educating Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate students and undergraduate nursing students in an interprofessional education experience in a medical-based simulated lab each semester Spring 2015 to present. Sacramento, California.

Spring 2014-Present

Speech and Language Pathologist, Sutter Medical Foundation.  Supervision of speech pathology graduate student interns in outpatient medical-based setting from Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. California State University, Sacramento. Sacramento, California.

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Professional development completed within the past 5 years.  2013-2018

2017-18

LSVT Global Certification Renewal, March 23, 2018.  2.5 hours.

California State University, Sacramento

  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2017-18, Part I. 2.5 hours.
  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2017-18, Part II. 2.5 hours.

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2016-17

California State University, Sacramento

  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2016-17, Part I. 2.5 hours.
  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2016-17, Part II. 2.5 hours.
  • Darla Hagge, Ph.D. & Jeannette Reiff, M.S. Supervision Models and Strategies for Clinical Educators of Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Students: Improving your skills as a “caddy” and “player” on the “course” of clinical education. May 6, 2017.  3.0 hours.

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2015-16

California State University, Sacramento

  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2016-17, Part I. 2.5 hours.
  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2016-17, Part II. 2.5 hours.

Debra Brady, DNP. RN, CNS. and Marjorie Miller, RN, Advanced Simulation Debriefing for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Simulation Intensive, August 22, 2016.  7.0 hours

. Debra Brady, DNP. RN, CNS. and Marjorie Miller, RN, IPE Faculty SimulationTraining:  Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Simulation Intensive Course Part 1,  May 23, 2016.  7.0 hours

. Debra Brady, DNP. RN, CNS. and Marjorie Miller, RN, IPE Faculty SimulationTraining:  Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Simulation Intensive Course Part 2  May 24, 2016.  7.0 hours

. Debra Brady, DNP. RN, CNS and Marjorie Miller, RN, IPE Faculty SimulationTraining:  Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Simulation Intensive Course, Part 3  May 25, 2016.  7.0 hours

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2014-2015

California State University, Sacramento

  • Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training. 2.5 hours

Sutter Health University, Sacramento

Joyce Mikal-Flynn, Ed. D., FNP, BSN, MSN.  Metahab and Head Trauma Support Project in partnership with Sutter Rehabilitation Institute:  MetaHabilitation. November 13, 2015. 4.0 hours  

 National Students Speech-Language Hearing Association Conference. Communication is Key:  Unlocking Clinical Potential. California State University, Sacramento. February 1, 2014.  7.0 hours

Debra Ross-Swain, Ed. D, CCC-SLP.  Changes Lives Through Collaboration

Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Robert Pieretti, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Norma Shimoda, B.A., Increasing Literature Language Skills of At-Risk Children in Poverty

Darla Hagge, Ph. D., CCC-SLP, John V. Nguyen, CF-SLP.  Constraint Induced Aphasia Therapy II:  Integrating Intensity Through Technology

Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, Ph. D., CCC-SLP.  Changes in vocal Behavior with a Classroom-Based Voice Education Program

Charles Sander, AuD., CCC-A, F-AAA.  Adult Aural Rehabilitation:  How to Rehabilitate a System that is Degrading

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Professionally related service activities for the past 5 years. 2013-2018

Certificates and Affiliations

  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)-Certificate of Clinical Competence (#01104812)
  • Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board—License # SP7788

 .  LSVT Certified

Community Partnerships

Sutter Stroke Support Council

Annual Sutter Stroke Support Camp Committee and Volunteer 15 consecutive years

Beyond the Fog:  Support Group for individuals recovering from complicated mild traumatic brain injury/post concussion syndrome

Spearhead Annual Spring Tea for Sacramento Community for stroke/traumatic brain injury survivors and individuals with dementia in collaboration with Happy Times Café (monthly gathering for individuals coping with dementia/variants of primary progressive aphasia)

Spearhead Annual Blaze the Trail Musical Extravaganza Event for individuals with adult acquired neurological disorders reclaiming and highlighting musical talents, 12 consecutive years

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Service on Departmental, College and University committees for the past 5 years. 2013-2018 

 

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Academic/Professional Honors and Recognition 2013-2018 

Cambridge Who’s Who 2009 Professional of the Year, Representing The Speech-Language Pathology Industry

Sutter General Hospital Spirit of Caring, 1991

Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1989

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