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Cavallario, Julie M.; Van Lunen, Bonnie L.; Manspeaker, Sarah A. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Core competencies (CCs) are now a required component of educational content in all types of Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education-accredited athletic training programs. There is limited evidence demonstrating which procedures included during patient encounters (PEs) occurring in clinical education allow for…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Minimum Competencies, Patients
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Burton, Connor A.; Winkelmann, Zachary K.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Athletic training programs blend didactic experiences with clinical practice opportunities with varied patient populations. Traditionally, clinical education relies heavily on the preceptor to supervise, instruct, and mentor the professional athletic training student (P-ATS) during clinical education. Objective: To describe a…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Clinical Experience, Practicum Supervision
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Singe, Stephanie Mazerolle; Nottingham, Sara; Coleman, Kelly A. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Tenure-earning faculty are evaluated in 3 primary areas including teaching, research and scholarship, and service. Struggles regarding earning tenure are not unique to the academe, but within the athletic training discipline concerns do exist. Objective: We examined the organizational socialization process for junior athletic training…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Tenure
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Mazerolle Singe, Stephanie; Walker, Stacy W. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Mentorship has been identified as a primary organizational socialization tactic and has been directly associated with transition to practice. Objective: Understand how the mentoring relationship develops for the newly credentialed athletic trainer during the first year of clinical practice. Design: Grounded theory. Setting: Athletic…
Descriptors: Mentors, Athletic Coaches, Trainers, Allied Health Personnel
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Rager, Jessica L.; Cavallario, Julie; Hankemeier, Dorice A.; Welch Bacon, Cailee E.; Walker, Stacy E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: As professional athletic training programs transition to the graduate level, administrators will need to prepare preceptors to teach advanced learners. Currently, preceptor development is variable among programs and ideal content has yet to be identified. Exploring the development of preceptors teaching graduate learners can lead to an…
Descriptors: Athletics, Program Administration, Administrator Attitudes, Clinical Experience
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Neil, Elizabeth R.; Welch Bacon, Cailee E.; Nottingham, Sara L.; Kasamatsu, Tricia M.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Athletic trainers (ATs) who serve as preceptors for athletic training students must model, facilitate, and guide professional skills and behaviors, including medical documentation. Preceptors have the unique ability to combine skill practice with real-time patient encounters for athletic training students. Objective: To describe the…
Descriptors: Allied Health Personnel, Supervision, Mentors, Trainers
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Handlos, Janelle L.; Ludwig, Genevieve – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: A broad range of knowledge, skills, and abilities related to leadership has been suggested as essential for development during the athletic training education process. Though the importance of these characteristics has been established, researchers have not yet evaluated the self-perceived proficiency levels of new-to-practice athletic…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Personnel, Entry Workers, Leadership
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Mace, Kimberly L.; Welch Bacon, Cailee E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Competency-based education (CBE) has been in existence in the landscape of educating health professionals since the 1970s. Despite this, there is significant variability in how CBE is defined in publication, practice, and conversation. This variability has likely contributed to common misconceptions about what it means for an educational…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Competency Based Education, Misconceptions
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Bryant, Kaleshia; Bradney, Debbie A.; Favero, Domenica; Bowman, Thomas G. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Professional master's athletic training students are at high risk for changes in mood state and an increase in burnout levels during an academic semester due to stressors including academic workload, clinical expectations, and/or research projects, among other factors. Objective: To determine mood states and burnout levels among…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Graduate Students, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education
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Bowman, Thomas G.; Singe, Stephanie Mazerolle; Kilbourne, Brianne F.; Barrett, Jessica L. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Newly credentialed athletic trainers are expected to be independent practitioners capable of making their own clinical decisions. Transition to practice can be stressful and present challenges for graduates who are not accustomed to practicing independently. Objective: Explore the perceptions of professional master's students as they…
Descriptors: Clinical Experience, Athletics, Allied Health Personnel, Allied Health Occupations Education
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Schilling, Jim F. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: The accuracy of summative assessment scoring and discriminating the level of knowledge in subject matter is critical in fairness to learners in health care professional programs and to ensure stakeholders of competent providers. An evidence-based approach to determine examination quality for the assessment of applied knowledge is…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Test Items, Questioning Techniques
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Wright, Cynthia J.; Ediger, Michael J. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Spirituality is an important component of holistic health care. While attitudes of athletic training program directors and clinicians toward spirituality are documented, the attitudes and practices of athletic training students are unknown. Objective: To describe the beliefs and behaviors of athletic training students regarding…
Descriptors: Religious Factors, Physical Education, Holistic Approach, Well Being
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Barrett, Jessica L.; Mazerolle, Stephanie M.; Nottingham, Sara L. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: The role of a faculty member in higher education includes engaging in the 3 facets of research, service, and teaching. Allied health faculty members face additional responsibilities such as administration, patient care, and addressing external accreditation. It is not understood how junior faculty members balance these multiple roles.…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Role, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education
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Edler, Jessica R.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Continuing education (CE) is a form of professional development intended to improve knowledge and skill beyond entry-level practice; however, we lack data to understand how athletic trainers (ATs) choose to implement CE experiences into clinical practice. Objective: To explore ATs' motivators for pursuing professional development through…
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Trainers, Professional Development, Professional Continuing Education
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Bush, Joshua M.; Walker, Stacy E.; Sims-Koenig, Kristen N.; Winkelmann, Zachary K.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Simulations are commonly used in medical education to facilitate instructional and assessment experiences for learners. Standardized patients (SPs) are a form of simulation with actors trained to present conditions that occur in health care. The most important feature in simulation-based education is feedback; one form of group feedback…
Descriptors: Simulation, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Experiential Learning
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