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Anderson, Bethany L.; Bartlett, Olivia C.; Osborne, Randall; Downey, Darcy; Farnsworth, James L. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Burnout is a common concern in the field of athletic training that may affect athletic training students. They may experience burnout because of stressors related to their clinical education responsibilities and course load. Various buffers have been suggested to reduce burnout in other health care settings; however, there is a limited…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Allied Health Occupations Education, Athletics, Masters Programs
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Rager Huett, Jessica L.; Wessel, Roger D. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Athletic training programs have autonomy to select preceptors based on program objectives. Due to a lack of empirical evidence outlining best practices for graduate programs, program administrators must appraise this themselves. Gaining information on what stakeholders believe is most appropriate when considering clinicians for the role…
Descriptors: Best Practices, Athletics, Training, Clinical Teaching (Health Professions)
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Philpot, Nicholas J.; Cavallario, Julie M.; Walker, Stacy E.; Welch Bacon, Cailee E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: As a part of the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) 2020 Standards for Accreditation of Professional Athletic Training Programs, all preceptors affiliated with accredited programs must identify an area of contemporary expertise in a routine area of athletic training practice. However, little is known…
Descriptors: Trainers, Athletics, Expertise, Attitudes
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Benedict, Jennifer E.; Neil, Elizabeth R.; Dougal, Zachary J.; Walker, Stacy E.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Athletic training students have identified clinical education as the most important aspect of their education when transitioning to practice. However, athletic training students have been frustrated with a lack of engagement, mentorship, and diversity within their clinical education experiences. As such, the selection and deselection of…
Descriptors: Clinical Experience, Allied Health Occupations Education, Athletics, Coordinators
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Singe, Stephanie M.; Bowman, Thomas G. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Athletic training students (ATSs) have reported increased levels of stress due to balancing a myriad of responsibilities, both as students and with personal life roles. Coping mechanisms to manage their stress are multifactorial. The COVID-19 pandemic has added additional stressors not yet fully understood. Objective: Although some…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Trainers, Training
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Meskimen, John; Kirby, Jessica L.; Drescher, Matthew J.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Interprofessional and collaborative practice (IPCP) is thought to improve comprehensive patient care but is often hindered by a lack of knowledge about the scope of training of other providers, inadequate communication, and structural barriers. The secondary school setting may pose unique challenges to IPCP. Objective: To investigate the…
Descriptors: Secondary Schools, Allied Health Personnel, School Personnel, Athletics
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Claiborne, Tina L.; Kochanek, Jill; Pangani, Jolene F. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Athletic trainers (ATs) possess moderate levels of cultural knowledge and awareness but a lower capacity to demonstrate culturally competent clinical behaviors. Proven educational strategies for improving culturally responsive care have yet to emerge. Intergroup dialogue is a pedagogical approach that may bridge the knowledge-to-practice…
Descriptors: Allied Health Personnel, Athletics, Workshops, Intergroup Education
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Barrett, Jessica L.; Bowman, Thomas G.; Singe, Stephanie M.; Kilbourne, Brianne F. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Transition to clinical practice is a topic receiving substantial attention. Many reports have focused on the educational program's role and have stopped short of identifying the impact of the initial year of employment on desire to persist and future career goals. Objective: To examine the career aspirations of athletic trainers in their…
Descriptors: Occupational Aspiration, College Graduates, Masters Programs, Athletics
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Rippon, Leslie A.; Chen, Rong; Kelchen, Robert J.; Boergers, Richard J. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: In athletic training education, the first-time Board of Certification (BOC) pass rate is a significant marker of a program's success, and the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) and requires programs to maintain a first-time 3-year aggregate BOC examination pass rate over 70% (Standard 11). Published…
Descriptors: Athletics, Training, Allied Health Occupations Education, Certification
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Nokes, Ryan D.; Pitney, William A.; Bowman, Thomas G.; Nottingham, Sara – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: As athletic training education transitions to a professional master's degree, understanding the perceptions professional master's athletic training students have of athletic training is important. Objective: To examine second-year professional master's students' perceptions of the athletic training profession, a career in the profession,…
Descriptors: Athletics, Training, Masters Programs, Graduate Students
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Nokes, Ryan D.; Pitney, William A.; Nottingham, Sara; Bowman, Thomas G. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: As athletic training education continues to evolve to a professional master's degree, understanding the career intentions of students preparing to graduate from professional master's programs is essential. Objective: To examine the career intentions of second-year professional master's athletic training students and identify the factors…
Descriptors: Athletics, Training, Allied Health Occupations Education, Allied Health Occupations
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Harper, Megan; Singe, Stephanie M.; Ostrowski, Jennifer – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: It is assumed that after the transition to practice, athletic trainers will have developed stronger decision-making strategies, will have become comfortable within their role, and will be able to reflect on how their employer assisted them through the transition-to-practice process. Objective: The goal of this study was to gain an…
Descriptors: Socialization, Allied Health Personnel, Athletics, Education Work Relationship
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Robinson, Elena A.; Games, Kenneth E.; Eberman, Lindsey E.; Rivera, Matthew J. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Within the athletic training profession, Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) programs are expected to develop advanced practice leaders; however, little is known about whether this is achieved. Objective: Assess DAT graduates' perceived importance and confidence in performing personal leadership competencies as well as the level of…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Personnel, Doctoral Programs, College Graduates
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Hofmann, Dyllan Wayne; Welch Bacon, Cailee E.; Rivera, Matthew J.; Eberman, Lindsey E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2022
Context: Clinical reasoning is an inferential process of collecting and evaluating data in patient cases, necessary in all care. Athletic training residency programs are emerging rapidly as the industry standard for developing clinical specialists who possess advanced clinical reasoning needed for complex cases. Objective: The purpose of this…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education, Clinical Experience, Skill Development
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Greicar, Margo; Post, Eric; Coliflores, Justine; Ahlstrom, Christian; Ater, Natalie; Chavez, Madisyn; McDonald, Amy; Paul, Sarah; Rodgers, Daniel; Green, Ryan – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2021
Context: Because of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, many athletic training programs (ATPs) moved to mandatory virtual learning environments (VLEs) as access to clinical education sites was restricted for nonessential personnel, such as athletic training students (ATSs). Objective: To describe the development of a program for…
Descriptors: Simulated Environment, Educational Environment, Clinical Teaching (Health Professions), COVID-19
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