Apr 18, 2021  
2020 - 2021 Catalog 
    
2020 - 2021 Catalog
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ATH 400 - Clinical Education III


The athletic training student applies a wide variety of specific healthcare skills and knowledge during assigned hours of supervised clinical experience that occurs through the course of the semester in the athletic training room, mentoring sophomore and junior athletic training students, and working with various university or area high school and professional athletic team practices and/or events. The National Athletic Trainers' Association Education Council has identified athletic training educational competencies and clinical proficiencies for the healthcare of athletes and others involved in physical activity. This content area is a collection of knowledge, skills, and values that the entry-level certified athletic trainer must possess for effective performance as an entry-level certified athletic trainer. Skill competency is obtained during the classroom and laboratory instruction. Skill proficiency is demonstrated during laboratory evaluation, and skill mastery is demonstrated when the skills are applied appropriately in the clinical setting with appropriate choices made and appropriate outcomes achieved. Skill competency is knowledge and skills to be mastered with a self-study guide to evaluate the athletic training student's strengths and areas for improvement.

1 Semester Credit(s)

Crosslisted with: N/A
Laboratory/Experience Hours N/A
Prerequisite(s): N/A
Corequisite(s): N/A
Repeatable for Credit No
Core Course No
Grade Type LT



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