Includes bibliographical references (p. 144).
|Statement||Kenneth L. Knight ; for[e]word by Chad Starkey.|
|LC Classifications||GV344 .K57 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||98015280|
Clinical Experiences in Athletic Training: A Modular Approach. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: 3. For more than 15 years, Clinical Skills Documentation Guide for Athletic Training has been an invaluable resource for athletic training students to learn, practice, and master clinical skill sets throughout their educational career.A textbook that can be used from the start of their education up until graduation becomes essential to this learning process.5/5(1). The clinical component of the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) consists of two distinct components: “clinical education” and “clinical field experience”. The student’s clinical education and clinical field experiences are initially shaped by their academic coursework that evolves in time to practical skill application with. Books shelved as athletic-training: Principles of Athletic Training by Daniel D. Arnheim, Therapeutic Modalities by Chad Starkey, Athletic Taping and Bra.
* denotes potential for immersive clinical experience. Note: All courses are instructed in a hybrid format (students will be required to attend class/lab once a week. The rest of the coursework will be completed online). Clinical Practice in Athletic Training: A Journal of Practice-Based, Outcomes, and Action Research is an online, open-access outlet for dissemination of practice-based research in the field of athletic training. Practice-based research involves clinicians working together to answer community-based healthcare questions and translate research. The clinical component of the Athletic Training Professional Program (ATPP) consists of two distinct components: “clinical education” and “clinical field experience”. The student’s clinical education and clinical field experiences are initially shaped by their academic coursework that evolves in time to practical skill application. Home / Post-Professional Athletic Training Education Program / Clinical Experience Clinical Experience The clinical experience involves assignment for coverage of 2 athletic teams throughout the entire year under the direct supervision of one of the staff athletic trainers (students keep these same team assignments for two years).
The athletic training program at Stony Brook University is designed to provide quality classroom, laboratory, and online instruction in conjunction with hands on clinical experiences at NCAA Division I, II and III athletic programs and competitive local high school sports. clinical experience athletic training program Each semester of the program includes clinical education experiences linked directly to the professional coursework through the Clinical Skills courses. Students are assigned to a different preceptor each semester of program enrollment. In accordance with accreditation guidelines and program. This book offers a systematic approach to teaching athletic training. Modules are separated into 10 content areas: direct clinical experience; policies and procedures; emergency procedures; modality operation; advanced modality operation; taping, wrapping, bracing, and padding; management of specific injuries; examination; supervision; and application to by: 3. Kristin LoNigro, Clinical Coordinator of Hofstra University's Athletic Training Education Program, discusses on campus and off-site clinical placements as well as the number of Hofstra facilities.