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Cailee E. Welch Bacon; Sara L. Nottingham; Tricia M. Kasamatsu – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: Athletic trainers (ATs) have self-reported inadequate documentation of patient encounters and a desire for more educational resources to inform their documentation practices. However, continuing education opportunities regarding clinical documentation are limited and not easily accessible by all ATs. Objective: To develop and validate a…
Descriptors: Athletics, Allied Health Occupations, Sports Medicine, Documentation
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Julie A. Wonch; Jamie L. Mansell; Zachary K. Winkelmann; Lindsey E. Eberman; Elizabeth R. Neil – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: Although catastrophic injuries are rare, athletic trainers must be ready for emergencies. It is unknown how athletic training students (ATSs) are prepared for postcritical incident management. Objective: To explore the perceived availability and helpfulness of resources available to ATSs after critical incidents. Design: Qualitative.…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Masters Programs, Student Attitudes, Athletics
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Cailee E. Welch Bacon; Ryan Kroskie; Alicia M. Pike Lacy; Julie M. Cavallario – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: As the health care landscape evolves, athletic training students (ATSs) must gain the skills necessary to effectively translate new evidence into practice to optimize patient outcomes. Knowledge translation is an iterative process that promotes the application of new knowledge by users, but little is known about how students perceive this…
Descriptors: Athletics, Training, Health Services, Allied Health Occupations Education
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Ashley B. Thrasher; Susan S. Braithwaite – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of sport-related deaths in young athletes. Athletic training students must understand cardiovascular anatomy and physiology in addition to pathophysiology to appropriately care for patients with cardiovascular conditions. Objective: Describe a teaching technique to actively engage students in…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Retention (Psychology), Visual Arts, Pathology
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Chyrsten L. Gessel; Stephanie M. Singe; Heidi M. Crocker – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: The clinical immersion experience is a key part of the socialization of the professional athletic training student. Clinical immersion offers the student the chance to experience the totality of the role of the athletic trainer. Programmatic autonomy allows many athletic training educators the opportunity to be creative in the…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Sports Medicine, Trainers, Practicum Supervision
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Kyle Schneider; David Tomchuk; Ben Snyder; Tarrah Bisch; Gina Koch – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: ChatGPT is an AI-based large language model platform capable of mimicking human language patterns by responding to user queries. Although concerns over AI-generated content exist in health care and higher education, the ChatGPT platform can assist athletic training educators in creating academic content to alleviate aspects of their…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration, Athletics
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Brittany E. Carlson; Justin P. Young; Elizabeth R. Neil; Jessica Barrett; Lindsey E. Eberman – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2024
Context: In previous research, athletic trainers (ATs) have identified the formal coursework and clinical experiences of their professional program as contributing to preparedness for autonomous practice. However, new graduates have reported a perceived lack of skills necessary for practicing autonomously. Objective: The purpose of this study was…
Descriptors: Athletics, Trainers, Administrators, Curriculum Design
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Eberman, Lindsey E.; Rogers, Sean M.; Walen, Daniel R.; Edler Nye, Jessica R.; Nye, Emma; Crossway, Ashley K.; Winkelmann, Zachary K. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: Athletic trainers have expressed a lack of knowledge and a desire to learn more about the issues impacting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, pansexual, intersex, asexual/aromantic/agender, two-spirit, and additional community/identity (LGBTQPIA+) patients, yet little is known about how students are prepared.…
Descriptors: Trainers, Athletics, LGBTQ People, Masters Programs
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Biese, Kevin; Winans, Madeline; Rudek, Grace; Hernandez, Mayrena I.; Cadmus-Bertram, Lisa; Andreae, Susan J.; Brooks, Alison; McGuine, Timothy A.; Bell, David R. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: As youth sport participation grows, athletic trainers (ATs) continue to be important health care providers in managing growth-related injuries. Objective: To examine secondary school ATs' reported knowledge on diagnosing and treating growth-related injuries and reported confidence for determining growth status and to report methods…
Descriptors: Athletics, Trainers, Secondary School Students, Adolescent Development
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Figgins, Molly M.; Feld, Sharon D.; DeShaw, Kathryn J. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: Health care education programs require interprofessional education (IPE) as a curricular requirement to prepare students for collaborative practice upon entrance to the field of health care. However, there are still barriers to integrating IPE, and there is a need for more research regarding athletic training student perceptions and…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Masters Programs, Student Attitudes, Interprofessional Relationship
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Jones, Bailey Christine; Cavallario, Julie; Van Lunen, Bonnie L.; Walker, Stacy E.; Bay, Curt; Welch Bacon, Cailee E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education requires athletic training programs to emphasize the use of professional behaviors that are associated with 6 core competencies, 5 of which were measured in this study: patient-centered care, interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP), evidence-based…
Descriptors: Athletics, Training, Professionalism, Competence
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Hankemeier, Dorice A.; Manspeaker, Sarah A.; Feld, Sharon D.; Kirby, Jessica L. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: As required elements of accreditation, interprofessional education (IPE), and interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) are key considerations for athletic training educators, students, and practicing professionals. Objective: Despite the emphasis on IPE and IPCP, little information exists regarding which health care professionals…
Descriptors: Interprofessional Relationship, Cooperation, Athletics, Trainers
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Davlin-Pater, Christina – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: Education of athletic training students should include the acquisition of soft skills. Evaluation of soft skills is important but challenging. Multisource performance reviews can provide students with feedback from different viewpoints, which can be used to promote self-awareness and encourage reflection. Objective: To develop and…
Descriptors: Test Construction, Test Validity, Athletics, Allied Health Occupations Education
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Gardiner-Shires, Alison M.; Kloepfer, Marlaina E. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: Professional identity development in professional master's (PM) athletic training students occurs over time and is influenced by numerous socializing factors. Although socialization processes of athletic training students have been examined, professional identity development related to the Weidman et al graduate and professional student…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Trainers, Training, Graduate Students
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Eberman, Lindsey E.; Neil, Elizabeth R.; Granger, Kelcey; Winkelmann, Zachary K. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2023
Context: Previous research has found simulation with debriefing to be helpful in developing self-confidence, improving clinical competence, identifying knowledge deficits, and implementing knowledge into practice in the short term. However, the long-term implications of simulation curation and participation are unknown. Objective: The purpose of…
Descriptors: Simulation, Student Experience, Student Participation, Emotional Response
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