Darla K. Hagge
Darla K. Hagge, PhD, CCC-SLP, is a medical speech-language pathologist and an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at California State University, Sacramento. Dr. Hagge is part of the California Interprofessional Education Research Academy (CA-IPERA) Team, which was co-founded by Drs. Nassrine Noureddine, Darla Hagge, Debra Brady and William Ofstad in 2014. She is the co-primary founder of the California State University Sacramento (CSUS) College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) Interprofessional Education Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, the co-director of the CSUS CHHS Interprofessional Stroke and Neuro Resource Program, and co-faculty advisor for the Student Interprofessional Education Organization. Dr. Hagge offers interprofessional students with hands-on, experiential learning opportunities through her community-based program, NeuroService Alliance. This program offers life participation approach services for adults and their loved ones with acquired cognitive-communication disorders. Dr. Hagge’s area of scholarship is in curriculum development, interprofessional education, and acquired neurogenic communication disorders.