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 staff of athletic pros delivering perception, suggestion on paintings environments, ethics, specialist education for construction a winning occupation. beneficial properties anatomical drawings, unique interactive site entry, and 'injury spotlights' with examples. Softcover. DNLM: Athletic Injuries--therapy.

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The conviction of, plea of guilty, or plea of nolo contendere (no contest) to a felony or misdemeanor which is directly related to public health, athletic care, or education. This includes, but is not limited to, rape, sexual abuse of a child or athlete, actual or threatened use of a weapon of violence, the prohibited sale or distribution of controlled substance or its possession with the intent to distribute, or use of position of athletic trainer improperly to influence the outcome of score of an athletic contest or event or in connection with any gambling activity.

Athletic trainers will need to take active roles in understanding the federal regulations that impact their practice and be prepared to adhere to those regulations in the interest of good patient care. REGULATION The completion of the certification exam alone does not fully define the right to practice athletic training. The regulation of the practice of any allied health profession is the responsibility of the state. ATCs are subject to practice acts that vary from state to state regarding the scope and allowable practice of athletic training.

National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Athletic training: a unique healthcare profession. htm. Accessed June 18, 2003. 2. Cruess SR, Cruess RL. Professionalism can be taught. BMJ. 1997;315:1674-1677. 3. Hillman SK. Introduction to athletic training. In: Perrin DH, ed. Athletic Training Education Series. Champaign, Ill: Human Kinetics; 2000. 4. Hannam SE. Professional Behaviors in Athletic Training. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Incorporated; 2000. 5. National Athletic Trainers’ Association—Research and Education Foundation.

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