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    • CURRICULUM VITAEPRIVATE <br />BRYAN COLEMAN SALGADO, PT, DPT, MS, CWS<br />Professional Address:Department of Physical Therapy<br />California State University, Sacramento<br />6000 J Street, Solano Hall 4006<br />Sacramento, CA 95819-6020<br />Telephone:(916) 278-4871<br />E-mail:colemanb@csus.edu<br />EDUCATION<br />Degrees Earned:<br />DPTDoctor of Physical Therapy<br />2007Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of<br />Health Professions<br /> Boston, Massachusetts<br />MSMaster of Science, Physical Therapy<br />1992Duke University<br />Durham, North Carolina<br />Master’s Thesis: “A Survey of Interpersonal Skills in Physical Therapy Clinical Practice”. Recipient of the Roy & Roxie Campanella Scholarship<br />BABachelor of Arts, Art (Painting & Drawing), with distinction<br />1979Stanford University<br /> Stanford, California<br />Phi Beta Kappa <br /> <br />LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION<br />Physical Therapy licenseCalifornia PT18469<br />CWS®Certified Wound Specialist 2002<br />American Academy of Wound Management Board<br />Clinical InstructorAPTA Certification 2005<br />PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />Academic <br />2004 – presentAcademic Coordinator of Clinical Education<br />Department of Physical Therapy <br />College of Health and Human Services<br />California State University, Sacramento<br />Full-Time, 12-month assignment with 80% administrative duties to coordinate the complete clinical education program of an entry-level physical therapy education program. 20% teaching in Adult Neurologic Rehab, Integumentary Wound Management, Professionalism and Evidence Based Practice<br />Clinical<br />1998- 2004Lead Physical Therapist. <br />Kindred (formerly Vencor) Hospital, Folsom, CA<br />Long-term Acute Care for catastrophically ill patients. Wound Management Specialist, Cardiopulmonary, Neurologic, Orthopedic, and SCI.<br />2003 Physical Therapist<br />Gentiva Rehab Without Walls, Sacramento County. <br />Served clients with neurologic and complex orthopedic impairments in home and community.<br />1997-98Lead Physical Therapist <br />Sundance Rehabilitation Corp. Elk Grove, California. <br />Managing caseload and supervising two PTAs at a 136 bed Skilled Nursing Facility. Treating Medicare and managed care residents, including a 24 bed Medicare “A” unit. Neurologic, Cardiorespiratory, Amputee and general geriatric caseload. <br />1992 - 97 Physical Therapist – Alta Bates Medical Center<br />Berkeley, California<br /> 11/96 – 7/97Acting Senior Physical Therapist as needed, in charge of all department scheduling and daily staffing for nine staff members. Alta Bates Inpatient Rehabilitation Program.<br /> 9/93 - 7/97.Physical Therapist II Inpatient Rehabilitation, specializing in Neurological Rehabilitation of CVA, SCI, and Brain Injury. Specialist consultant for rehabilitation of Burn patients. Supervisor of Rehabilitation aides 1995-1997.<br />Alta Bates Inpatient Rehabilitation Program<br />6/92- 9/93Physical Therapist I. Acute Care, specializing in Orthopedic, Medical-Surgical, Burn, Bone Marrow Transplant and Intensive Care Units. Alta Bates Medical Center Hospital.<br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Continuing Education<br />Educare Wound and Skin Care Management Program. Sacramento, 7 CEUs, 5/10<br />APTA Combined Sections Meeting. San Diego 2/10<br />Web CPI. ACCE training webinar. 10/09<br />Scholarly Activities & Research Symposium. College of Health and Human Services, CSUS. 4/09<br />Educare Wound and Skin Care Management Program. Sacramento, 7 CEUs, 1/09.<br />Educational Leadership Conference,, annual national meeting of the Clinical Education Special Interest Group of the APTA. Phoenix, AZ. 16 CEUs 10/08<br />California Physical Therapy Association annual Conference, San Jose, 18 CEUs 9/08<br />Educational Leadership Conference,, annual national meeting of the Clinical Education Special Interest Group of the APTA. Minneapolis, MN. 16 CEUs 10/07<br />California Physical Therapy Association annual Conference, Los Angeles, 18 CEUs9/07<br />Changing Practice in Walking Recovery Post-Stroke. Pam Duncan, Katherine Sullivan. CPTA Annual Conference. 8 CEU. 9/07<br />Wound Care: Principles and Practice. 9 CEUs Academy Medical Systems. Cindy Van Steelandt, PT Holly Smith, PT.9/07<br />Educational Leadership Conference, annual national meeting of the Clinical Education Special Interest Group of the APTA. Arlington, VA. 10/06<br />Training Program for Service as Expert Consultant and Practice Monitor, Physical Therapy Board of California. Sacramento, CA 9/06<br />Wound Management CE course: Principles of Wound Bed Preparation and Dressing Selection. Terry Coggins, RN. Berkeley, CA 8/06<br />“Increasing Diversity in the Healthcare Professions”, Discrimination Research Center and the Serna Center. CSU Sacramento, 4/06<br />“Diversity in the Workplace”. Presented by Jaffe Dickerson, Esq., Tara Bedeau, Esq., John Lien, Esq., of Littler Mendelson, PC. Sacramento State 10/05<br />“Educational Leadership: Spanning Classroom and Clinic”, annual national meeting of the Clinical Education Special Interest Group of the APTA. Pasadena, CA. 10/05<br />“Clinical & Legal Perspectives of Pressure Ulcers: Litigation and Pressure Ulcers”, Tucson WOCN, 9/05<br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Continuing Education (cont’d)<br />III STEP Conference & Summer Institute: Linking Movement Science and Intervention. Sponsored by the Neurology and Pediatrics Sections of the APTA. Salt Lake City, 07/2005. (7 days)<br />“Stoke Rehabilitation Across the Continuum of Care”, An Interdisciplinary Faculty <br />Development Conference presented by the California Geriatric Education Center at UC Los Angeles and the UC Davis Center for Healthy Aging, Sacramento, CA, 4 and 5/05.<br />Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program. Shannon Richards, PT, and Sharon Gorman , PT. 1/05<br />Diagnostic Imaging for Physical Therapists. Ryan Elliott, PT, OCS & Michael Ross, PT, DHSc., OCS. 12/04<br />National Clinical Education Conference “Gateway to Caring”, Sponsored by the Central ACCE Consortium and APTA. St. Louis, MO. 10/04<br />National Institutes of Health Regional Grants Workshop, California State University Sacramento, 9/23-4, 2004.<br />Wound Management Seminar: “Strategies of Debridement and Irrigation”. Harriett Baugh Loehne, PT, CWS. 8/04. (8 hours)<br />16th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair. (20 hours) 4-5/03<br />Wound Prevention, Assessment and Treatment. Janice Stanfield RN, Betty Hanrahan, RN. (22 CE hrs) 8/02<br />Wound Management Update. UCDMC various faculty. 09/01<br />Wound Care for the Burn Patient. D. Kayden, RN. 02/01<br />15th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin & Wound Care. Springhouse Corp. & Univ. of Pennsylvania. 10/00. (3 days, 20.4 CEH)<br />Performance Improvement. Vencor Hospital, Sacramento. Judy Lange, RN. 9/99 (2 CE units)<br />Nosocomial Pneumonia. Michael Barza, MD. Tufts University School of Medicine CE Teleconference course, 1/99. <br />Comprehensive Clinical Wound Management & Clinical Debridement. Christy Ehlers, PT, Pamela Scarborough, PT, M.S., C.D.E. & Eric Heebner, RN, BSN, ET. 9/98. (3 days)<br />Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation. Bruce MacNeill, RCP. 6/98 (.3 days)<br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/Continuing Education (cont’d)<br />CranioSacral Therapy I. John Worcester, LMT. 3/98.<br />California Chapter APTA Annual Conference. Beth Fisher, MS, PT, et al. 10/97<br />Introduction to Cellular Regeneration Therapy. Karen Mosher, RN. 10/97<br />IFC, Nerve Block and Non-thermal Ultrasound in Pain Management. Alicia Perez, PT. 9/97<br />The Use of Electrical Stimulation in Wound Healing. Alicia Perez, PT. 8/97<br />Stress, Stress Related Disease, and Coping. Robert Sapolsky, MD, Ph.D. 5/97<br />The Feldenkrais Method - “Free the Chest and the Breathing and Discover the Power of the Pelvis”. Anat Baniel, 10/96.<br />Cultural Diversity Training Seminar. ABMC Seminar, 5/96<br />Neuro-Orthopedics & Geriatric Rehabilitation. Osa Jackson, Ph.D., PT, 2/96<br />World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congresses, Motor Learning and Motor <br />Control Clinical Lecture Series. P. Duncan Ph.D., PT, C. Weinstein, Ph.D., PT, R. Wagenaar, Ph.D., I.Nara, Ph.D, et al. 6/95<br />Footplate Fabrication for DAFOs. Howard Davis, CPO and Diane Sakurai, PT. 3/95<br />Fundamentals of Burn Rehabilitation. Clinical Specialty Education. Reg Richard, MS, PT and Marlys Staley, MS, PT. 10/94<br />Second Annual Symposium and Workshop for the Rehab Team in Adult Hemiplegia: <br />Using Function to Bridge the Gap from Dependence to Independence. Daniel Freeman Hospitals, Inc. Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR and Nicky Schmidt, MS, PT. 9/94<br />Introduction to NDT. San Jose Chapter of the APTA. Teddy Parkinson, PT. 5/94<br />Functional Independence Measure (FIM) training, UDS, Ann Griffiths, CRRN. 1/94<br />The Feldenkrais Method - Awareness Through Movement and Functional Integration. Anat Baniel, M.A. 11/93<br />Second Annual Stroke Symposium. Community Hospital and Rehabilitation Center of Los Gatos. 11/93<br />Neural Plasticity and Motor Learning. Beth Fisher, M.S., P.T. 8/93<br />Planning and Implementing a Successful Clinical Education Program. NCCEC. 12/92<br />Custom Pressure Garment Seminar. Bioconcepts Inc., Phoenix. 4/93<br />Strain-Counterstrain I. Lawrence Jones, DO, and Randall Kusunose, P.T., 11/92<br />TEACHING ACTIVITIES<br />College/University Courses<br />Lead Instructor at California State University, Sacramento Physical Therapy Program:<br />2010PT 266 - Special Topics in Physical Therapy II (Wound Management, Burns, Prosthetics & Orthotics 2 semester units)<br />2004 -2010PT 300 - Clinical Practicum I (6 week, 3 semester units)<br />2004 -2010PT 400A - Clinical Practicum II (8 week, 4 semester units)<br />2004 -2010PT 400B - Clinical Practicum III (8 week, 4 semester units) <br />2004 -2010PT 400C - Clinical Practicum IV (8 week, 4 semester units)<br />2005-2006PT 244 – Adult Neurologic Evaluation and Treatment II (4 semester units). <br />Partial-course or Assisting Instructor at California State University, Sacramento Physical Therapy Program:<br />2008-2010PT226 – Clinical Agents – Modalities in Wound Management: (.5 semester units)<br />2007-2010PT 224 – Adult Neurologic Evaluation and Treatment I – (4 semester units)<br />2004-2010PT 208 - PT/Patient Professional Interactions (6 – 1 hour lectures on Clinical Education, Professionalism)<br />2004-2009PT 266 - Special Topics in Physical Therapy II (Wound Management section: .5 semester units)<br />Partial-course or Assisting Instructor at University of California, Davis undergraduate courses:<br />2006 Seminar “Spinal Cord Injury: From the patient’s perspective to the promise of research”, for Candace Floyd, PhD, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of California, Davis. (2 units) <br />2005 Seminar “Spinal Cord Rehabilitation”, for Candace Floyd, PhD, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of California, Davis (2 units) <br />TEACHING ACTIVITIES<br />Postgraduate / Continuing Education<br />Course Instructor. Wound Management in Home Health & OASIS documentation for RNs and PTs. To Advanced Home Health Agency, Sacramento, 11//09-1/10<br />Course Instructor, “Evidence in Wound Management” at the California Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference, 9/07.<br />Guest Presenter, “Inter-Generational Challenges” to An Interdisciplinary Faculty Development Conference “Stoke Rehabilitation Across the Continuum of Care”, Conference presented by the California Geriatric Education Center at UC Los Angeles and the UC Davis Center for Healthy Aging, Sacramento, CA, 4/30/05.<br />Community-Based Education<br />Invited Speaker, “Yoga for Neurologic Diseases – state of the research” for the Yoga for Neurological Health workshop, Expanding Light Meditation Retreat, 10/09<br />Guest Speaker, “Report on Ananda Yoga for Persons with Multiple Sclerosis” for the Yoga Teachers Training workshop, Expanding Light Meditation Retreat, 5/09<br />Guest Panelist Speaker, “The Role of Allied Health Professions: Physical Therapy” to the 24th Regional Latino Medical Students Association Western Regional Conference: <br /> “Continuando La Tradicion Latina: Creating New Paths to serve our Urban and Rural Communities”. UC Davis Medical School, 4/08<br />Guest Speaker, “Update on the DPT” to Campus Commons PT staff. Northern California Clinical Education Consortium (sponsor). 04/24/07<br />Guest Speaker, “Evidence Based Practice” to Sutter (Sacramento) General Hospital Rehab staff. Northern California Clinical Education Consortium (sponsor). 8/06<br />Guest Presenter, “Inter-Generational Challenges” to the Renaissance Society, Mini-Seminars, Sacramento State University campus. 12/09/05<br />Guest Speaker, “Update on the DPT” to Sutter General Hospital Rehab staff. Northern California Clinical Education Consortium (sponsor). 12/14/05<br />Guest Speaker, “Update on the DPT” to John Muir Medical Center Rehab staff. <br />Northern California Clinical Education Consortium (sponsor). 11/11/05<br />Guest Speaker, “Update on the DPT” to UC Davis Medical Center Rehab staff. Northern California Clinical Education Consortium (sponsor). 10/12/05<br />Lecturer, “Wound Management Policies & Procedures” Orientation of new employees, Kindred Hospital, 2001-3 (52 sessions total)<br />TEACHING ACTIVITES: Community-Based Education (continued)<br />Guest Speaker, “Chronic Wound Infection: Towards an Evidence-Based Practice”, to the Committee of the Whole, Staff MDs, Kindred Hospital, Sacramento. 12/02<br />Presenter, “Wound Management Quality Action Team Report of Findings” to JCAHO for Kindred Hospital, 05/01. <br />Guest Speaker, “Rehabilitation and Wound Management at Vencor Hospital, Sacramento” to the UCDMC Burn Unit house staff, 9/00.<br />Guest Lecturer, “Anatomy, Physiology & Kinesiology”, to the Ananda Yoga Teacher’s Training class, head instructor Maria McSweeney, 1 -3/00; 1-2/01; 1-2/02. <br />Guest Instructor, “Wound Management Program- An Overview”, to the Committee of the Whole, Staff MDs, Vencor Hospital, Sacramento. 6/99.<br />Guest Instructor, “Wound Management - An Overview”, to Staff RN’s at Vencor Hospital, Sacramento. 5/99.<br />Guest Lecturer, “Recovery After a Stroke”, to Mastick Senior Center Stroke Survivors Support Group, Alameda, CA, 5/96.<br />“Restorative Yoga”, bi-annual workshop, Ananda Sacramento Center, 2001 – 2004<br />Guest Lecturer, “Recovery After a Stroke”, to ABMC Stroke Survivors Support Group, 8/96 & 3/97<br />Guest Lecturer, “Admission to Physical Therapy Schools”, to UC Berkeley Pre-Physical Therapy Society. 4/96. <br />Guest Lecturer, “Medical Precautions and Note Writing for PT Aides”, to UC Berkeley Pre-Physical Therapy Society. 11/94. SFSU PT Student Association, 4/95<br />Guest Instructor, “Burn Care - A Review”, to Staff RN’s at Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, 11/95<br />Guest Lecturer, " Vitals, Lines and Leads" , to SFSU Physical Therapy Student Association, 3/93 and 4/94.<br />Guest Lecturer, " Physical Therapy Role in Bone Marrow Transplantation" , to Alta Bates Medical Center Staff RN's and PCA's. 11/92<br />TEACHING ACTIVITIES<br />Clinical Instruction<br />Clinical Instructor. Kindred Sacramento. Second-year CSUS Master’s candidate on eight-week externship. 10-11/2003<br />Clinical Instructor. Kindred Sacramento. Second-year CSUS intern on nine-week externship. 6-8/2001<br />Clinical Instructor. Vencor Sacramento. Second-year CSUS intern on three-week externship. 10/2000<br />Clinical Instructor. Vencor Sacramento. Second-year CSUS intern on nine-week externship. 6-8/2000<br />Clinical Instructor. Vencor Sacramento. Second-year CSUS intern on nine-week externship. 8-10/99<br />Clinical Instructor. Vencor Sacramento. Second-year CSUS intern on two week externship. 1/99<br />Clinical Instructor. Vencor Sacramento. Six first-year CSUS interns on wound care observations. 11/98<br />Clinical Instructor. Vencor Sacramento. First-year CSUS intern on two-week externship. 5/98<br />Clinical Instructor. Health Care Center of Elk Grove. Second-year CSUS extern on remedial three weeks of final internship. 10-11/97<br />Clinical Instructor. Health Care Center of Elk Grove. Second-year CSUS extern on final four weeks of an eight week internship. 9-10/97.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation. Second-year Samuel Merritt students on 12-week long once-weekly externship. 9 - 12/96.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. Second-year UCSF student on an twelve week externship. 6-8/96.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. Second-year UOP student on an six week externship. 4-5/96.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. Two second-year Samuel Merritt students on twelve week long once-weekly externship. 9 - 12/95.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. Second-year USC student on an six week externship. 8-9/95.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. Second-year TEACHING ACTIVITIES: Clinical Instruction (continued)<br />UOP student on an six week externship. 4-5/95.<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Physical Therapy Department. First-year Boston University student on eight week rotation, 7-8/93<br />Clinical Instructor. Alta Bates Medical Center Acute Care Physical Therapy Department. First-year UCSF/SFSU student on two week rotation, 2/93<br />SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES<br />Professional Presentations<br />Platform Presenter. “Ananda Yoga for persons with multiple sclerosis”. Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], Los Angeles. Mar 6, 2009.<br />Poster Presentation. Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], the International Association of Yoga Teachers Annual Conference, “Effect Of An Eight-Week Adaptive Yoga Program On Mobility, Function, And Outlook In Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease” Los Angeles, CA. 03/08<br />Platform Presenter: “Effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on <br />mobility, function and outlook in individuals with parkinson’s disease”. Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], Los Angeles. 3/08. <br />Poster Presentation. World Physical Therapy Conference. Effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on mobility, function and outlook in individuals with parkinson’s disease. Boulgarides L., Coleman Salgado B., Barakatt E., Choo D., El-Zahr M., Williams K., et al.(2008) . Physiotherapy 2007;93(S1):S258. Vancouver, Canada, 6/07 <br />Poster Presentation. California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) Annual Conference, “Gender Disparities Among Physical Therapy Students In Attaining Passing VAS Scores During Final Clinical Internships: A Pilot Study” San Jose, CA. 10/06<br />Platform Presenter. Education Leadership Conference of the APTA, “Gender Disparities Among Physical Therapy Students In Attaining Passing VAS Scores During Final Clinical Internships: A Pilot Study” Arlington, VA. 10/06<br />Poster Presentation. California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) Annual Conference, “Effect Of An Eight-Week Adaptive Yoga Program On Mobility, Function, And Outlook In Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease” San Jose, CA. 10/06<br />SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES<br />Publications:<br />Peer Reviewed:<br />Coleman Salgado B., Jones M., Ilgun S., McCord G., Van Houten P., Campbell K. Ananda yoga for persons with multiple sclerosis. (2009) International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 19, 40. <br />Boulgarides L., Coleman Salgado B., Barakatt E., Choo D., El-Zahr M., Williams K., et al. Effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on mobility, function and outlook in individuals with parkinson’s disease. (2008) International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 18, 31. <br />Not peer reviewed:<br />Coleman Salgado B. Clinical Instructors Guidebook. Self published, 2007, revised 2009.<br />Coleman Salgado B. Wound management critical pathways policy and procedure, for Vencor Hospital, Sacramento. 2000. <br />Review for Publication:<br />Manuscript Reviewer. Wound Care, a collaborative practice manual for health professionals. Carrie Sussman, Barbara Bates-Jensen, 4th ed. not yet published. Reviewed 2 chapters. LWW/Wolters Kluwer publishers, 2009<br />Manuscript Reviewer. Neurologic Physical Therapy: A Process Oriented Approach to Movement Rehabilitation, authors undisclosed. Reviewed intro and one chapter. FA Davis publishers, 2009<br />Manuscript Reviewer. Wound managment, Betsy Myers, 2008. Reviewed one chapter. Pearson Prentice Hall publishers, 2007<br />Manuscript Reviewer. Wound Care Manual, author undisclosed. Reviewed chapters and sample tests. McGraw Hill publishers, 2006<br />Research Activities<br />Principle Investigator with Sierra Family Medical Clinic and The Expanding Light staff in a study of “Ananda Yoga Therapy in Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis”. 2007–09<br />Co-Investigator with Lois Boulgarides, PT, MS, DPT in a study of “Effect of an Eight-Week Adapted Yoga Program on Mobility, Function and Outlook in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease”. 2005–06<br />SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES: Research Activities (continued)<br />Primary Investigator, “Gender Disparities Among Physical Therapy Students In Attaining Passing VAS Scores During Final Clinical Internships” Ongoing research investigating the gender-gap in physical therapy education. 2005-06<br />Received mentoring on the following research project: Reliability of the Star Excursion Test, with Brad Stockert, PT, PhD. 2004<br />Lead Investigator. Community Dwellers Falls Risk Project. Researched and developed instrument to use at the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit on patients discharging to non-institutional settings. The test instrument measures several falls risk factors and can be used to predict the probability of falling . Follow-up during 90 day post-discharge FIM data collection is in process. Alta Bates Medical Center, June 1994 - July 1997.<br />PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES<br />since 1992Member, American Physical Therapy Association<br />Education section member since 2004<br />since 1992Member, California Physical Therapy Association<br />Northeast District Nominating Committee 2008-2010<br />2008-09Member, National Ayurvedic Medical Association <br />since 2006Physical Therapy Board of California. Expert Consultant and Practice Monitor <br />since 2002 Diplomat, American Academy of Wound Management<br />since 1998Stanford University Lifetime Alumni Member<br />since 1992Duke PT Alumni Association<br />PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />University and Departmental service<br />2009 - presentChair<br />2004 - 2009Member<br />Admissions Committee, Department of Physical Therapy, CSUS. Establishes policies and procedures and executes tasks for all admissions issues for the PT program<br />Accomplishments<br />Transitioned to PTCAS 2009<br />Developed and Revised online supplemental (departmental) application<br />Wrote all admissions portions of program webpage, including instructions, procedures, and characteristics<br />PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: University and Departmental service (Continued)<br />9/2005 – 5/2009Member<br />Academic Council, College of Health & Human Services. CSUS<br />Faculty representatives from all departments recommendations to the Dean on issues of Academic Policy. Reviews curriculum, course and program changes for the entire College<br />Accomplishments<br />Authored Policies and Procedures of the Academic Council for College constitution<br />Wrote summary Report to the Academic Council on advising <br />2004-2008: Member<br />2008- Present: President<br />Northern California Clinical Education Consortium<br />Consortium of ACCEs and CCCEs from all N. California PT and PTA programs and six major clinical sites in Northern California. Coordinates Clinical Education between academics and clinics, educates clinicians, sponsors CI certification training.<br />Accomplishments<br />Instituted continuing education credit for serving as Clinical Instructor for California Licensing Board requirements.<br />Sponsored and led multiple onsite training and education programs<br />3/2004 - presentMember<br />Curriculum Committee, Department of Physical Therapy, CSUS<br />Convenes for decisions and setting of policies and procedures and tasks for all curriculum issues for the PT program<br />Accomplishments<br />Developed and Revised DPT program draft<br />Reviewed curricular changes for CAPTE compliance and consistency with Mission of the PT program.<br />3/2004 - presentSite Supervisor<br />Americorps Campus Compact Students in Service (SIS) program<br />Organize, track and coordinate the SIS program in collaboration with campus Community Engagement Center<br />Accomplishments<br />securing of over $426,000 in SIS vouchers for CSUS physical therapy students in six years.<br />2008 - presentDepartment Liaison<br />ADA Compliance, CSUS<br />Department consultant with the Office of Services to Students with Disabilities, University Counsel and the director of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action to establish best practice model for essential function requirements<br />Accomplishments<br />wrote the Essential Functions and Technical Standards document for the Department of Physical Therapy <br />PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />Clinical service<br />1999 – 2004Member, Lead Therapist. Wound Management Quality Action Team. Vencor Sacramento,<br />Accomplshiments<br />
      • Mutlidisciplinary task force to develop and oversee implementation of a comprehensive wound management program.
      1998- 2003Member, Quality Council Committee. Vencor Sacramento<br />1995- 1997Chair, Rehabilitation Aide Task Force. Alta Bates Inpatient <br />Rehabilitation Program, Berkeley, CA<br />Accomplishments<br />
      • Developed program philosophy, description, job description, supervisor’s roles and competencies measures for multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Aide program.
      • Interviewed, trained and supervised the implementation of use of Rehabilitation Aides beginning in December, 1995.
      4/96- 2/97Member, Census Planning Committee. Alta Bates Inpatient Rehabilitation Program Alta Bates Medical Center, Berkeley <br />Accomplishments:<br />
      • Reviewed and makes recommendations regarding the appropriateness of admission of selected patients.
      1995-1997Reviewer, JCAHO compliance. Alta Bates Inpatient Rehabilitation Program. <br />Accomplishments:<br />
      • Medical records peer review for CARF and JCAHO compliance, once quarterly each year for 1995, 1996 and 1997.
      Community Service<br />Probation Monitor to the Physical Therapy Board of California, Department of Consumer Affairs. Appointed 2009<br />California Physical Therapy Association, Northeast District. Nominating committee. 2008 – present<br />Consulting Advisor to the California Academic and Residency Consortium (CAREC) <br />January 2007<br />PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Community service (Continued)<br />Expert Consultant to the Physical Therapy Board of California, Department of Consumer Affairs. Appointed 2006.<br />Planning Committee Member, “Stroke Rehab Across the Continuum of Care: An Interdisciplinary Faculty Development Conference” 4-day conference sponsored by the California Geriatric Education Center and the UCD Center for Health Aging. 10/04 <br />Member, Public Health Advisory Board, Sacramento County. 8/2004 – 12/05<br />Consulting Advisor to the Medicare Durable Medical equipment Review Committee re: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, June 2000.<br />HONORS AND AWARDS<br />Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society 1979<br />Raina Giese Award in Creative Painting, Stanford University 1979<br />Awarded APTA Roy and Roxie Campanella Scholarship, 1991<br />Employee of the Month, Vencor Hospital Sacramento, 1999.<br />UNIQUE QUALIFICATIONS<br />Computer Proficient in PC: Microsoft Word®, Excel®, Powerpoint®, Outlook®, Access®, Web-CT®, Quickbooks Professional®, PT Clinical Manager®, Photoshop®; Apple iMac: iPhoto, iDVD, iMovie, <br />Founder & Co-owner, Coleman-Salgado, Wound Management & Wound Care Consulting, 02/03 - present<br />Co-owner, Janana Ayurveda & Physical Therapy home-based business for Ayurvedic treatments and Physical Therapy, 10/99 – 02/04. <br />Iyengar Yoga student and practitioner, 1977 - present. <br />Kriya Yoga meditation practitioner since 1996.<br />Other interests include gardening, tilework, light construction and cooking. <br />