Welcome to the Clinical education resources page for CardioPulmonary Sciences. This page is dedicated for clinical sites and their preceptors to access the clinical education resources for our programs such as (clinical syllabus, evaluation methods, inter-rater reliability, and preceptor education tools).
Our Clinical Education Model
Click Here to download a copy of the clinical syllabus
- Our competency system is now designed electronically and performed by both the clinical preceptor and clinical faculty.
- At the end of the clinical day, each student will have their preceptors evaluate their performance using the following evaluation form: Click Here
- a list of daily performed competencies is listed within the eval form (# of times performed, Satisfactory/Needs Improvement, and performed independently/Observed and assisted).
- Clinical Faculty monitors the data and they also perform another competency check at the end of the quarter once they see a student is ready for their check off electronically. A paper copy of the electronic version can be access here: Click Here
Inter-Rater Reliability (IRR)
- In CPS, we do our best to make sure that there is a consistency in students evaluations by their preceptors. Especially when students are rotating at different clinical sites with different preceptors.
- To know more about Inter-Rater Reliability (IRR), please check the following link:
- To access the mandatory training test on how to evaluate the student consistently, click on the following link (Click Here)
- IRR also appplies to clinical faculty as they evaluate students
- Students are evaluated using a developed rubric to assess and evaluate (cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domain). See last pages of the clinical syllabus.
- Each clinical instructor evaluate each student indepently on their performance every 5 weeks.
- When inconsistency occurs, discussion is established in the quartaly clinical instructor meeting before a grade is submitted.
Meet Our Faculty
Abdullah Alismail M.S, M.A, RRT-NPS, RRT-SDS
Director of Clinical Education
Professor Alismail is a graduate of the LLU program class of 2010. He has various years of experience as a Respiratory Therapist with an interest in clinical education and research. He also holds a MS in health professions education and MA in education. He is currently completing his doctorate degree at Claremont Graduate University. On his free time, he enjoys traveling, various sports, and reading with emphasis in history of civilizations, Arabic literature, religions, and cultural studies. email: firstname.lastname@example.org 909-558-1000 ext 47119Read more
Meet Our Faculty
Julian Toma RRT-ACCS, RRT- NPS
Mr. Julian Toma has been a Respiratory Therapist for five years. He started with an AS in Respiratory Care and currently completing his BSRT and expected to complete it in Summer 2019. He is planning to continue his graduate degree, MSRC at LLU. He is a proponent of implementing the latest protocols, of advancing Respiratory Care involvement in the clinical setting, and of ensuring a high level of competence for the students he works with. He enjoys reading in his free time, spending time with family, and likes to talk about travel. His goals are to advance the Respiratory Care field forward and does his part to ensure that we are a vital part of the health care team. email: Jtoma@llu.eduRead more
Meet Our Faculty
Paul Casillas, B.S, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS
Mr. Casillas graduated with his AS in Respiratory Care in 2008 and has been working in various settings as a Respiratory Therapist since that time. He obtained his BSRT in 2017 from LLU. Currently, he is finishing his MSRC degree at LLU and hopes to pursue his PhD shortly thereafter. He currently works as a Procurement Transplant Coordinator for OneLegacy working to advance solid organ transplantation. Email: Pcasillas@llu.eduRead More