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What is the mission of the AT program at Marist?
To provide students with a strong scientific foundation and extensive pratical experience they need to become certified athletic trainers within the framework of the liberal arts tradition.
What is the Program Status?
the Bachelor of Science degree has been approved by the state of NY as a licensure-qualifying degree program.
Who is the program accredited by?
The AT program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)
What does the pre-professional phase include?
intro courses in bio, chem, and AT, and 100 hours of observation with AT's and other allied heath care professionals.
Where would a student go for clinical experience?
sports medicine clinics, physicians' offieces, intercollegiate athletics in area colleges, interscholastic athletics in area high schools
Who are 4 AT faculty?
Sally Perkins, ATC. Kristy Hart, ATC. Glenn Marinelli, ATC. Yasmin Reid, ATC. Jeffery Carter, ATC. Diana Priestman, ATC.
Who is the Med. Tech, Sports Psychologist, and Nutritionist at Marist?
Robert Sullivan -Med Tech
James Wherry- Sports Psychology
Brian Powers- Nutrition
What is the retention policy for AT?
Must recieve a 'B' or better in AT, maintain a GPA of 2.50 overall, maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75 in all required coursework in AT major, complete 800 hours of clinical experience under the direction of a certified AT, adhere to National Athletic Trainers' Code of Ethics
What are the 3 things that need to be included in the AT program application
1. College Transcrips
2. Written response about attitudinal Performance
3. Three reference forms from a certified athletic trainer, observation site supervisor, professor
When is the AT program application due?
March 1st
Who served as a physician in Roman medicine for the gladiater contests?
Roman physician for Olympic games- 1st sports medicine physician
What did a Gymnaste(s) do?
coached technique and had knowlege of anatomy, physiology and nutrition (ie coach)
What did a Gymastai do?
(medical) maintanied athlete in peach condition through diet, rest, exersize, hot baths, massage (ie strength coach)
What did a "groupie" or "hanger ons" do?
Rub downs, home remedies, alternative medicines, no technical training (ie water boys).
Who was the first AT to be hired at Harvard and when?
James Robinson, 1881
Who began the now modernized NATA, what was it called?
Charles and Frank Cramer "Cramer Connection"
What year did the National Athletic Trainers' Association begin?
When was the first certification exam held?
December 1969
Who was the first female AT? When?
Dotty Cohen in 1966
Who was the first certified woman AT? When?
Sherry Kosek Babagain, 1972
Who was the first female executive director of the NATA? When?
Eve Becker-Doyle, 1993
Who was the first female president of the NATA?
Julie Maxx
Who recognized AT as an allied health profession ? When?
AMA in 1990
What are the 6 Domains in the BOC book?
1. Prevention of Athletic Injuries
2. Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
3. immediate care
4. treatment, rehab, and reconditioning
5. organization and administration
6. professional responsibility
What are 3 ways in preventing an injury?
1. develop training and conditioning programs
2. ensuring a safe playing environment
3. selecting, fitting, and maintaining protective equiptment
What are 5 things an AT is responsible for pertaining to Immediate care of injuries?
1. on the field injury assessment
2. Administering first aid
3. recognition and evaluation of potentially serious or life-threatening injuries
4. emergncy care
5. return to play decisions
What are 4 things an AT is responsible for pertaining to Treatment, Rehan, and reconditioning
1. Designing rehab programs
2. supervising rehab programs
3. incorporating therapeutic modalities
4. offering psychosocial intervention (sports psychologist)
What are 4 things an AT is responsible for pertaining to Organization and administration
1. Record keeping
2. ordering equiptment and supplies
3. supervising personnel
4. eatablishing policies for the operation of an athletic training program
What are 4 things an AT is responsible for pertaining to Clinical evaluation and diagnosis?
1. conducting physical examinations
2. understanding the pathology of injury and illness
3. referring to medical care
4. referring to support services (physician, nutritionist, psycologist)
What are 4 things an AT is responsible for pertaining to Professional Responsibility?
1. Athletic Trainer as an educator
2. Promoting the profession
3. athletic trainer as a counselor
4. athletic trainer as a researcher
What are 10 Qualifications of an Athletic Trainer?
1. Heath
2. Fairness
3. maturity/emotional stability
4. Appearance/hygine
5. Leadership/ compassion
6. Intelligence
7. Flexibility (schedule)
8. Sence of humor
9. self-confidence
10. Responible
What is the CAAHEP?
accredites allied health education programs
What is the CAATE?
Comission on accredidation of Athletic Training Education- accredited (7/1/06)
What are the 12 Competencies in the ATEC book?
1. Risk management and injury prevention
2. pathology of injuries and illnesses
3. orthopedic clinical exam and diagnosis
4. medical conditions and disabilities
5. Acute care of injuries and illnesses
6. theraputic modalities
7. conditioning and rehab exercise
8. pharmacology
9. psychosocial intervention and referral
10. nutritional aspects of njuries and illnesses
11. health care administration
12. professional development and responsibility
What two objectives must you pass in order to beome a certified NATA AT?
1. graduate from CAATE accredited curriculum
Pass national certification exam administered by the BOC
Career Opportunities (explain)
1. Secondary Schools
2. Professional Sports
3. School Districts
1. AT and possibly a teacher
2. take care of athletes, administration, equiptment
3. never in one place for a long time
Career Opportunities (explain)
1. Clinics
2. Colleges and Universities
3. Corporate and Industrial Settings
1. Sports medicine clinic- clinic assignment "contracts you" to work at a school for a particular sport or time
2. many colleges you need a masters degree
3. Such as General motors, Kimerly Clark- take care of employees
Career Opportunities (explain)
1. Military
2. Physician Extender
3.Medical Supply/Pharmaceuticals
1. Self explainitory
2. similar role as a PA, could run injury clinics, put braces on etc.
3. knowledge of what to use for injuries
Career Opportunities (explain)
1. Higher education
2. Administrators
1. become a teacher of AT
2. become an administrator of AT or other programs
Who is on the primary sports medicine team?
Physician, Athletic Trainer, Coach, Athlete
Who is on the secondary sports medicine team?
Nurse, PT, Strength Coach
Org. NATA. What does the board of directors do and who are they made up of?
Make decisions, made up of 10 district directors and the president and executive director
what "branches" are under the board of directors?
1. State Associations
2. Committees- plan of action, bring to board.
What is a Statute?
*protects the public
*facilitates insurance reimbursement
*increases employment opportunity
*enhances the stature of profession
What is Certification considered to be?
Recognition by the private sector of voluntarily achieved standards. Certification can be either public or private in some states
What is an exemption?
Identifies a professional who is exempt from licensure requirements of AT because they have licensure in another allied heath profession such as physicians and AT in CO and PT and AT in Hawaii
What is a Licensure?
*granting of a license to practice a profession by a governmental body. Most strict rules but your title and scope of practice are protected.
What is Registration?
Keeping lists of practitioners by a government agency
*No criteria
*No educational prerequisites for registration
*Registration protects title but not scope of practice
What are the most common forms of credentialing ranging from most popular to least popular?
Contact Sport
soccer, laccrosse, basketball, hockey
Collision Sport
Non-Contact Sport
Baseball, tennis, golf
Upper Extremity
primary injuries are in the upper body
Lower Extremity
Primary injuries are in lower body
Equiptment intensive
football, hockey
General Medical
working with physicians- colds, flu etc.
1. administrators
2. Team physicians
3. Consulting physicians
1. assistants
2. aides
3. students
Relationships- Peers
1. coaches
2. PT's
3. parents
4. other health professionals
5. other AT's