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Interprofessional Role Clarity, Case-Based Learning, and Perceptions of Group Effectiveness Among Athletic Training and Physical Therapy Students in a Shared Professional Course

Katie Sniffen, Erick Briggs, Leslie Hinyard, Anthony Breitbach
2019 The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences & Practice  
This study examines the effect of case-based learning experiences in a shared professional Therapeutic Modalities course on student's interprofessional role clarity as well as the relationship between  ...  Institutions have turned to interprofessional education as a means of preparing students for their role as collaborative health care professionals.  ...  Declaration of Interest The authors report no conflicts of interest. The authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of this article. Funding None.  ... 
doi:10.46743/1540-580x/2019.1847 fatcat:ympkosbe6nhpbecg4k5lagymsi

Poster Abstracts 2013 Athletic Training Educators' Conference January 11-13 Dallas, TX

2013 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Simulation is an appropriate, and necessary, education intervention for athletic training. Key Words: simulation, experiential learning, situated learning.  ...  Key Words: professional attributes, clinical skill acquisition, athletic training student. Simulation-based Learning: Is this the future of athletic training education?  ...  Conclusion(s): Educational research and practices have the ability to improve the development of athletic trainers, the quality of patient care practices, and patient  ... 
doi:10.4085/1947-380x-8.s1.s-1 fatcat:yz3bd7mdirddzhvii5qndwisna

Simulation-Based Learning to Improve Athletic Trainers' Knowledge of Exertional Sudden Death Conditions: A Pilot Study

Zachary Winkelmann, Elizabeth Neil, Kenneth Games, Stacy Walker, Lindsey Eberman
2020 The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences & Practice  
Simulation-based learning has been widely used in professional education yet is not common in the continued development of the clinician in their lifespan.  ...  Purpose: Continuing education for the practicing clinician typically involves reading peer-reviewed journals and attending professional conferences.  ...  Powden (University of Indianapolis) for his assistance in the project, as well as the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association for hosting the simulated-learning experience.  ... 
doi:10.46743/1540-580x/2020.1946 fatcat:ieod7s7m3bdbnjxdemuh5n3vfm

Professional Socialization: A Retrospective View From Graduation to Full-Time Employment

Megan Harper, Stephanie M. Singe, Jennifer Ostrowski
2022 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Conclusions Athletic trainers recognized how their master of athletic training programs prepared them for the transition-to-practice process based on the didactic coursework and intentional clinical education  ...  Objective The goal of this study was to gain an understanding of how athletic trainers have gone through the transition-to-practice process and what resources they relied on during and after the transition  ...  We would also like to thank Dr Stacy Walker and Dr Tom Bowman for serving as our content experts.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1947-380x-21-044 fatcat:4muaxnnu5je2nk7ngaf4ypviyi

Poster Abstracts 2011 Athletic Training Educators' Conference February 25-27 Washington, DC

2011 Athletic Training Education Journal  
and teach the continuously expanding content required for entry-level athletic trainers.  ...  Objective: To examine athletic training educators (ATE) perceptions and preferences for utilizing games and puzzles as teaching tools to enhance student learning and retention.  ...  Objective: To validate a survey for measuring the utilization of patient-rated outcome measures and to present preliminary findings regarding benefits and barriers to the use of patient-rated measures  ... 
doi:10.4085/1947-380x-6.sp1.s-1 fatcat:e5syexoklzd35gyixub6s22cgm

Implementation and Assessment of a New Program Requirement to Promote Professional Development

Christina Davlin-Pater, Elisabeth Rosencrum
2021 The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences & Practice  
Establishment and cultivation of a professional development requirement may benefit athletic training programs for the best preparation of athletic trainers before they transition to practice.  ...  with life-long learning in the evolving practice of athletic training, as well as prepare students more practically for the expectations of credential maintenance.  ...  in their professional livelihood." 8 While organizationally and individually it appears that athletic trainers support the need for continued education and lifelong learning, preparing students for the  ... 
doi:10.46743/1540-580x/2021.1987 fatcat:n3xcqq6wqnco5c5xx4dpsqxnzm

Perceptions from Graduates of Professional Athletic Training Programs Involved in Peer-Assisted Learning

Dana Karlene Bates
2014 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Objective: To investigate professional graduates' perceptions of PAL pedagogy in their athletic training education and the impact of that experience on their first job.  ...  Peer-assisted learning has been used in a variety of health education settings but there is a lack of data on its effects on the performance of graduates.  ...  The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate professional program graduates' perceptions of PAL pedagogy in their athletic training education and the impact of that experience in their first  ... 
doi:10.4085/0903113 fatcat:72njdju46nb53ktraavg6ax3c4

Promoting Interprofessional Communication through Situation, Background, Assessment, and Recommendation (SBAR): An Educational Technique

Jennifer Cuchna, Sarah Manspeaker, Alison Wix
2021 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Context The Board of Certification Standards of Professional Practice and the 2020 Curricular Content Standards indicate athletic trainers should establish working relationships with collaborating medical  ...  , clinical decision-making skills, and the ability to make recommendations for a plan of care.  ...  Overall, both AT and PA students had positive perceptions of the SBAR learning activity.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1947-380x-19-079 fatcat:y5o7mgfkyzhnjb5nskfcedau6e

Program Directors' and Athletic Training Students' Educational Experiences Regarding Patient-Centered Care and Transgender Patient Care

Gillian T. Shaughnessy, Ashley K. Crossway, Lindsey E. Eberman, Sean M. Rogers, Zachary K. Winkelmann
2021 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Patients or Other Participants A total of 74 PDs of Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education-accredited professional athletic training programs (age = 46 ± 9 years) and 452 athletic training  ...  Objective To explore the education, comfort, and experience of professional athletic training students and program directors (PDs) on patient-centered care (PCC) and transgender patient care.  ...  athletic trainers and a gap in research about what professional athletic training students are learning about regarding transgender patient care. 31, 32 There is a need for more research on education  ... 
doi:10.4085/1947-380x-21-32 fatcat:34gvr6nd3je2riyld2o3mc53rq

An Evaluation of an Educational Intervention in Psychology of Injury for Athletic Training Students

Jennifer L. Stiller-Ostrowski, Daniel R. Gould, Tracey Covassin
2009 Journal of athletic training  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The results of this study were presented in part as the primary author's doctoral dissertation at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, in 2008.  ...  In 1 course, the investigators 24 assessed only the perceptions and attitudes of participants after the course; we conducted a precourseto-postcourse evaluation of knowledge gained.  ...  The Applied Sport Psychology for Athletic Trainers Educational Intervention The Applied Sport Psychology for Athletic Trainers (ASP-AT) educational intervention was designed to mirror how this course might  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-44.5.482 pmid:19771286 pmcid:PMC2742457 fatcat:dpsvzvqnqnf2hdryvg7jcqkt7i

Psychology/Counseling: a universal competency in athletic training

J L Roh, F M Perna
2000 Journal of athletic training  
With 75% of a national survey of ATCs indicating that they do not have access to a sport psychologist, it would be advantageous for ATCs to gain adequate training in the recognition, evaluation, and treatment  ...  To present the rationale that certified athletic trainers (ATCs) may require structured educational training in the psychological aspects of athletic injury.  ...  Etzel, EdD, and Vincent Stilger, HSD, ATC, from the School of Physical Education, and Roy Tunick, EdD, from the Department of Counseling Psychology and Rehabilitation, at West Virginia University.  ... 
pmid:16558663 pmcid:PMC1323375 fatcat:3ue4cdvg5rfddiygr46ktrtqja

Educational Reform in Athletic Training: A Policy Analysis

Debbie I. Craig
2003 Journal of athletic training  
I used literature from the education, policy analysis, and athletic training fields as data sources to provide background and to create a framework from which to conduct the policy analysis.  ...  Of the many stakeholders in the reform effort, some will see little gain and have many hardships imposed on them.  ...  This type of situation creates resistance to the change effort. Dore et al 25 studied athletic trainers' perceptions of the effects of eliminating the internship route.  ... 
pmid:14737218 pmcid:PMC314396 fatcat:chn7lu26w5cxxgxctzlte2ktha

An Evidence-Based Practice Educational Intervention for Athletic Trainers: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Cailee E. Welch, Bonnie L. Van Lunen, Dorice A. Hankemeier
2014 Journal of athletic training  
a mechanism to educate athletic trainers (ATs) on concepts of EBP.  ...  A series of 10 evidence-based practice (EBP) Web-based learning modules was an effective mechanism for enhancing EBP knowledge levels among athletic trainers.  ...  students and implemented in a modalities or rehabilitation course at 9 professional athletic training programs.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.13 pmid:24568228 pmcid:PMC3975777 fatcat:qa3vqcf4azaaffg2zqxtbjinna

"Where I am weak, they are strong": Students' Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Education

Christen Page, Karina Christopher, Leah Simpkins, Casey Humphrey, Lisa Jones, Aaron Sciascia
2021 The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences & Practice  
Methods: This study utilized a modified version of the Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale Questionnaire (RIPLS) pre and post IPE and reflective essays.  ...  The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to evaluate the impact of an IPE activity on participants' attitudes and perceptions of IPE across five academic programs.  ...  Dana Howell for guidance with data analysis and continual support of interprofessional education. Authors Authors Christen G. Page, Karina Christopher, Leah Shea Simpkins, Casey E.  ... 
doi:10.46743/1540-580x/2021.1981 fatcat:chvm46dysndw3h3urtqtnfogq4

Problem-Based Learning in Entry-Level Athletic Training Professional-Education Programs: A Model for Developing Critical-Thinking and Decision-Making Skills

Kristinn I Heinrichs
2002 Journal of athletic training  
OBJECTIVE: To establish the underlying theory and benefits and describe the implementation of a problem-based learning curriculum.  ...  CONCLUSIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS: Problem-based learning curricula, if implemented correctly, can facilitate the entry-level athletic training student's professional development into that of a life-long learner  ...  The commentary highlights the paradigm shift that must occur in athletic training education as the educational expectations of faculty and students continue to move toward the professional educational  ... 
pmid:12937544 pmcid:PMC164424 fatcat:wrmfa7xtbfdaze2fmqhz5faa6q
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