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McCarthy, Richard; Ceccucci, Wendy – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
The adult population in the United States is more physically active and are living longer than prior generations. Due to the advancement in surgical techniques and the increased number of active people, there has been a rise in the number of hip and knee replacement surgeries. This rise in the number of surgeries is expected to continue.…
Descriptors: Patients, Surgery, Risk, Hospitals
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Chen, Charles P.; Bansal, Jotthi – International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 2022
After facing a career-ending injury, athletes are often unprepared to find new occupations. With their identities and goals so deeply rooted in athletics from a young age, many athletes have not shown interest in or been educated in other fields of work. Additionally, physical and psychological trauma caused by injury and career-loss can impede…
Descriptors: Athletes, Career Change, Injuries, Adjustment (to Environment)
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Chan, Hsiang-Lin; Hsieh, Yi-Hsuan; Lin, Chiao-Fan; Liang, Hsin-Yi; Lee, Su-Shin; Weng, Jun-Cheng; Lee, Min-Jing; Chen, Yi-Lung; Chen, Vincent Chin-Hung; Gossop, Michael – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2023
Little research has examined burn injury in the pediatric population with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We used data from Taiwan's National Health Insurance Research Database to identify 15,844 participants aged <18 years with ASD and 130,860 participants without ASD. Our results revealed that the hazard ratios differed across three age…
Descriptors: Fire Protection, Injuries, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Children
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Krombholz, Dirk; Leinen, Peter; Muehlbauer, Thomas; Panzer, Stefan – Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 2023
Poor single-leg balance performance is associated with an increased risk of sustaining lower limb injuries in team sports. However, it is unclear whether this relationship is modified by the level of training experience (years of training experience). The objective of the present study was to evaluate whether soccer players' single-leg balance…
Descriptors: Males, Athletes, Team Sports, Training
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Richard M. Kubina Jr.; Madeline Halkowski; Kirsten K. L. Yurich; Kimberly Ghorm; Nora M. Healy – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2024
Operational definitions have a significant history in applied behavior analysis. The practice's importance stems from the role operational definitions play in detecting an event, human thought, or action. While operationalizing target behaviors has enjoyed widespread practice, some concerns have recently arisen with translation validity and…
Descriptors: Identification, Accuracy, Definitions, Applied Behavior Analysis
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Mehmet Vakif Durmusoglu; Davut Atilgan – International Society for Technology, Education, and Science, 2023
In this study, it is aimed to examine the differentiation status of the participants in terms of some demographic variables in order to determine the anxiety of the students towards sports injury. This quantitative study was carried out in a descriptive survey model. The sample of the study consists of 317 participants from high school students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Anxiety, Injuries, High School Students
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Dayun Jeon; Eadric Bressel; Nam Ju Kim – Journal of Dance Education, 2024
Ballet dancers are exposed to the high likelihood of lower extremity injury due to repeated high-impact jumps under stringent ballet rules. The injury incidences occurring in dancers during jump landings are highly associated with excessive vertical ground reaction forces (vGRF) and the sharp loading rate (LR). The aim of this study was to compare…
Descriptors: Dance, Dance Education, Injuries, Incidence
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Julia Petrovic; Laurianne Bastien; Jessica Mettler; Nancy L. Heath – Journal of College Student Mental Health, 2024
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a significant mental health concern on university campuses. It has been proposed that dispositional mindfulness, which may be fostered through mindfulness practice, may have important benefits for university students with a history of NSSI through its positive impact on coping self-efficacy. However, students'…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Coping, Self Efficacy, College Students
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Shields, Reece; Liu, Jiling – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 2023
Tackle football has the highest number of injuries in contact sports. Certain injuries in the head and neck may severely impact the player's physical, neurological, and physiological functionality, even sudden death, as well as the quality of their personal life in the long run. These injuries commonly occur during a collision when a defender is…
Descriptors: Team Sports, Accident Prevention, Injuries, Psychomotor Skills
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McDade, Jessica E.; Deming, Hannah C.; Jinks-Chang, Samara; Paulsen, Maria R.; Bui, Anthony L.; Vavilala, Monica S.; Rivara, Frederick P.; Bulger, Eileen M. – Journal of School Health, 2022
Background: Uncontrolled bleeding is the leading preventable cause of death after injury. Stop the Bleed (STB) is a bleeding control training with proposed expansion into schools. However, the attitudes of guardians, specifically those with past trauma/injury, towards expanding STB into schools are unknown. Methods: A cross-sectional survey…
Descriptors: High School Students, Caregiver Attitudes, Trauma, Injuries
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Thomas H. Sawyer; Tonya L. Sawyer – Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 2024
This case shows how important it is for all coaches, especially head coaches, to know and understand the rules of their sport. Not just the playing rules, but also administrative rules, which include rules on recruiting. Failure to follow the rules and procedures led the defendants in this case to be liable for negligent supervision.
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Standards, Athletics, Compliance (Legal)
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Lindstrom Johnson, S.; Jones, V.; Ryan, L.; DuBois, D. L.; Fein, J. A.; Cheng, T. L. – Prevention Science, 2022
Mentoring is considered an evidence-based practice for violence prevention. This study presents a partial replication of the "Take Charge!" program implemented in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBS). One hundred and eighty-eight early adolescents (M age = 12.87; 61.17% male) who were treated for peer-related…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Injuries, Violence, Peer Relationship
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Walter, Creason; Miller, Mattea; Jones, Vanya; Ryan, Leticia Manning – Journal of School Health, 2023
Background: Our objective is to describe violence-related injuries to early adolescents that occurred at school, resulting in emergency department (ED) evaluation. Methods: This retrospective cohort study at an urban academic pediatric ED in Baltimore, MD, identified patients 10-15 years old who presented with an injury from intentional,…
Descriptors: Hospitals, Violence, Injuries, Early Adolescents
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Plos, Jennifer M.; Polubinsky, Renee L.; Narvaez, Miguel; Flaherty, Nicole M. – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 2023
Coaches play an important role in ensuring that safety measures, including proper helmet fit, are practiced in youth and high school football. If proper guidelines and safety checks are adhered to, helmets will function as they are intended for in injury prevention and protection. Studies have shown that approximately 84% of youth and high school…
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Role, Safety Equipment, Team Sports
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Giannakakos, Antonia R.; Vladescu, Jason C.; Kisamore, April N.; Reeve, Kenneth F.; Fienup, Daniel M. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2020
Thousands of children die each year as a result of unintentional injuries. Some of these deaths may be preventable. Given that there are different types of safety responses, a comprehensive review of the literature would provide information on important deficits and avenues for future research. The purpose of the present review was to evaluate the…
Descriptors: Safety Education, Training, Prevention, Injuries
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