Athletic Training Student Primer: A Foundation for Success by Andrew P. Winterstein PhD ATC

By Andrew P. Winterstein PhD ATC

Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. textual content is a compilation of interviews with a various workforce of athletic execs delivering perception, suggestion on paintings environments, ethics, specialist practise for development a winning occupation. good points anatomical drawings, particular interactive website entry, and 'injury spotlights' with examples. Softcover. DNLM: Athletic Injuries--therapy.

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Athletic Training. 1985; 20(2):110. 6. Capel S. Psychological and organized related burnout in athletic trainers. Athletic Training. 1986; 21(4):332. org This site offers links to NATA committees, publications, position stands, and all aspects of the professional organization. A special section reserved for members allows access to employment listings and other member benefits. org The NATABOC website provides the most up-to-date information for certification candidates and continuing education information for current professionals.

Education would 28 Chapter 3 Not for Men Only The title for this sidebar is taken from a column that appeared in the NATA Journal in the 1970s that was written by Holly Wilson from Indiana State University. The original column dealt with the entry of women into the field of athletic training. Holly, like many pioneering women in athletic training, saw that as competition increased for women athletes the need to provide them with competent care would also increase. Women were taking their rightful place in the athletic training profession.

Sara D. Brown, MS, ATC Clinical Associate Professor Director of Athletic Training Education Program Boston University You have to understand the setting that you are going to work in. If you work in a collegiate setting, a professional sports setting, or in athletics in general, those events take place when other people are not working. So evenings and weekends are a reality. In order to support those activities you need to have fans at those events. 23 You have to have some flexibility and also realize that this is not exclusive to our profession.

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