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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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Davlin-Pater, Christina; Rosencrum, Elisabeth – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Athletic training programs are required to incorporate the development of many foundational skills and behaviors into the curriculum. Athletic training students must develop soft skills such as effective communication, exhibiting empathy, dependability, and integrity, which are all associated with quality athletic trainers. Objective: To…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Introductory Courses
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Gardiner, Allison M.; Cuchna, Jennifer W.; Walker, Stacy E.; Clines, Stephanie; Welch-Bacon, Cailee E.; Van Lunen, Bonnie – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Though commonplace in medical education, standardized patients (SPs) have only recently been introduced into athletic training curricula. Limited research exists on students' perceptions of SPs as an evaluative and learning tool. Objective: To determine how students interact with SPs within their curricula and to explore students'…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, College Students, Clinical Experience
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Cuchna, Jennifer W.; Walker, Stacy E.; Van Lunen, Bonnie l. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Athletic training educators incorporate various educational strategies to teach and assess a student's clinical skill competency. These strategies vary and include simulations and standardized patients (SPs). There is currently a lack of information about the ways in which simulations and SPs are used in athletic training education and…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Simulation, Clinical Experience
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Cuchna, Jennifer W.; Walker, Stacy E.; Van Lunen, Bonnie L. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2019
Context: Simulations and standardized patients (SPs) are currently being used by athletic training educators to teach and evaluate students. There is currently a lack of information about the ways in which simulations and SPs are used in athletic training education. Understanding their use and any barriers to their use could assist with…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Simulation, Clinical Experience
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Carr, W. David; Volberding, Jennifer – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: Measurements of the opinions of alumni and employers are utilized by many athletic training education programs (ATEPs). Information obtained from such measurements can be useful in determining the strengths and weaknesses of a program. Objective: To describe the development of two instruments designed to elicit the opinions of recent…
Descriptors: Alumni, Employer Attitudes, Employers, Surveys
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Mazerolle, Stephanie M.; Barrett, Jessica L. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: Women are largely underrepresented in science fields in academe, and most often issues with motherhood and career-life balancing are identified as reasons. In athletic training, career-life balancing has become the dominant factor in women leaving the field, as they feel they cannot fulfill the roles of mother, spouse, and athletic…
Descriptors: Females, Disproportionate Representation, Family Work Relationship, Athletics
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Mulder, Evan R.; Bacon, Cailee E. Welch; Edler, Jessica R.; Hankemeier, Dorice A.; Games, Kenneth E.; Van Lunen, Bonnie L.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: The doctor of athletic training degree (DAT) is a new concept in athletic training. Athletic trainers (ATs) currently pursue the degree, but little is known about why they choose the DAT. Objective: To explore ATs' motivations to pursue the DAT degree. Design: Qualitative study. Setting: Individual telephone interviews. Patients or Other…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Personnel, Doctoral Programs, Graduate Students
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Armstrong, Kirk J.; Walker, Stacy E.; Weidner, Thomas – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: Health care education needs to include methods of teaching and evaluation that are realistic and mimic patient care. Objective: To follow up on previous research regarding the methods athletic training educators use to evaluate and teach athletic training students' clinical skills during clinical experiences and in the…
Descriptors: Athletes, Trainers, Teaching Methods, Self Esteem
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Nottingham, Sara L.; Mazerolle, Stephanie M.; Bowman, Thomas G.; Coleman, Kelly A. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: Evidence suggests that doctoral education is incongruent with faculty positions, but this has yet to be specifically examined in athletic training. Objective: To gain understanding of the alignment of doctoral education and faculty workload, including institutional characteristics, from the perspectives of junior faculty members. Design:…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Training, Athletics, Faculty Workload
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Seegmiller, Jeff G.; Perrin, David H.; Bliven, Kellie C. Huxel – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: The academic environment for athletic training is changing following the degree recommendations for professional education programs. Objective: To provide historical context by presenting definitions and information on doctoral degree programs in other health professions. Background: The National Athletic Trainers' Association called for…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Educational History
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