Athletic Training Clinical Education Guide / Edition 1

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Overview

Master clinical competencies with this unique resource. Athletic Training Clinical Education Guide provides tools to be used throughout training to test knowledge, review, and hone hands on skills. Correlated to the Fourth Edition of the Athletic Training Educational Competencies, Athletic Training Clinical Education Guide provides a structured format for goal setting, reflection, skills verification, and journaling. Critical concepts are highlighted and guided questions are used to launch discussions and apply critical thinking skills allowing the user to apply knowledge in real world situations.

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Reviewer: Keith Webster, MA, ATC (University of Kentucky)
Description: This is an activity and reference book designed to maximize athletic training students' learning during clinical education. It includes a section describing how to best use it, information on educational competencies, and useful reference material. The unique format provides a framework for learning during the clinical experience.
Purpose: Students at all stages of learning in a variety of clinical settings will benefit from this guide. It is designed to be used throughout the student's entire clinical education experience. This book achieves the objective of providing a guide for students' clinical education to ensure learning over time along with tools to evaluate their progress.
Audience: Athletic training students, from beginners to those more advanced in their educational program, are the intended audience. Clinical instructors will find this guide useful, as it provides valuable assistance. The author has over 20 years of experience teaching a variety of clinical strategies.
Features: This is a complete guide that successfully integrates educational competencies into clinical education by providing information within each competency along with scoring rubrics to document successful learning. The reference section is exceptional in design with useful charts and high quality illustrations. The only shortcoming is that an online instructor's companion was not available due to missing access codes.
Assessment: This user-friendly guide helps make the clinical learning experience more complete, standardized, and measurable. I found it a valuable tool as an instructor and it will be invaluable for athletic training students.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Keith Webster, MA, ATC(University of Kentucky)
Description: This is an activity and reference book designed to maximize athletic training students' learning during clinical education. It includes a section describing how to best use it, information on educational competencies, and useful reference material. The unique format provides a framework for learning during the clinical experience.
Purpose: Students at all stages of learning in a variety of clinical settings will benefit from this guide. It is designed to be used throughout the student's entire clinical education experience. This book achieves the objective of providing a guide for students' clinical education to ensure learning over time along with tools to evaluate their progress.
Audience: Athletic training students, from beginners to those more advanced in their educational program, are the intended audience. Clinical instructors will find this guide useful, as it provides valuable assistance. The author has over 20 years of experience teaching a variety of clinical strategies.
Features: This is a complete guide that successfully integrates educational competencies into clinical education by providing information within each competency along with scoring rubrics to document successful learning. The reference section is exceptional in design with useful charts and high quality illustrations. The only shortcoming is that an online instructor's companion was not available due to missing access codes.
Assessment: This user-friendly guide helps make the clinical learning experience more complete, standardized, and measurable. I found it a valuable tool as an instructor and it will be invaluable for athletic training students.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781435453609
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1 - USING THIS BOOK. Chapter 1. How to use this book. Chapter 2. What is reflection? Chapter 3. Sample Reflection Assignments and Assessment Rubrics. Section 2 - ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATIONAL COMPETENCIES. Chapter 4. Foundational Behaviors of Professional Practice. Chapter 5. Risk Management and Injury Prevention. Chapter 6. Pathology of Injuries and Illnesses. Chapter 7. Orthopedic Clinical Examination and Diagnosis. Chapter 8. Medical Conditions and Disabilities. Chapter 9. Acute Care of Injuries and Illnesses. Chapter 10. Therapeutic Modalities. Chapter 11. Conditioning and Rehabilitative Exercise. Chapter 12. Pharmacology. Chapter 13. Psychosocial Intervention and Referral. Chapter 14. Nutritional Aspects of Injuries and Illness. Chapter 15. Health Care Administration. Chapter 16. Professional Development and Responsibilities. Section 3 - REFERENCE MATERIAL. Chapter 17. Muscles. Chapter 18. Palpable Structures. Chapter 19. Nerves. Chapter 20. Assessment Tests. Chapter 21. Concussion Symptoms. Chapter 22. Range of Motion. Chapter 23. Abbreviations - People, Policy and Organizations. Chapter 24. Medical Conditions. Chapter 25. Abbreviations and Symbols. Chapter 26. Physiological Values. Chapter 27. Concept Maps of Anatomical Systems. Section 4 - SCORING RUBRICS.

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