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Jolene M. Henning

Dr. Jolene Henning is an associate professor specializing in sports medicine and athletic training. She is the Program Director of the Entry-level Master's Degree in Athletic Training. Dr. Henning is a member of the NATA Education Council Entry-Level Education Committee and is an accreditation site visitor for the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Athletic Training. She is also a member of the NATA Continuing Education Committee - Subcommittee for the Educators' Conference. Jolene has conducted national workshops on clinical education and program administration. Her research interests include evidence-based educational practices in athletic training professional preparation programs. Her recent work has focused on the development of standards for Approved Clinical Instructors as well as the effectiveness of peer assisted learning. Her work has been published in the Journal of Athletic Training and Athletic Therapy Today. Dr. Henning received her Bachelor of Arts in Sports Medicine from Catawba College, her Masters of Education in Athletic Training from the University of Virginia, and her Doctorate of Education in Adult and Higher Education from Ball State University. She has been an athletic trainer in both the collegiate and high school settings. Prior to joining the faculty at UNCG she was the Program Director for the undergraduate athletic training program at UNC Charlotte.

There are 13 included publications by Jolene M. Henning :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Accuracy and Reliability of Peer Assessment of Athletic Training Psychomotor Laboratory Skills 2010 312 Peer assessment is defined as students judging the level or quality of a fellow student's understanding. No researchers have yet demonstrated the accuracy or reliability of peer assessment in athletic training education. To determine the accuracy and...
Being an effective athletic training clinical instructor 2002 234 The responsibility to provide high-quality clinical instruction in athletic training professional preparation programs is increasing dramatically. Certainly, clinical education is a critical component of all allied medical-education programs; and ath...
Developing Computer Simulations for Student Assessment 2007 183 ATHLETIC TRAINING professional preparation has undergone tremendous reform in the past decade, placing a greater emphasis on outcomes-based education. Outcomes-based education requires clinical proficiency assessment, which reflects the synthesi...
Development of Standards and Criteria for the Selection, Training, and Evaluation of Athletic Training Approved Clinical Instructors 2004 245 Objective: To develop standards and associated criteria for the selection, training, and evaluation of athletic training approved clinical instructors (ACIs). Design and Setting: A previously developed set of 7 physical therapy clinical instructor s...
A Historical Perspective of Athletic Training Clinical Education 2002 324 Objective: To present a historical perspective of the development and evolution of clinical education in the medical and allied health professions, with a special interest in athletic training; to gain a better understanding and appreciation of the d...
Importance and Applicability of Approved Clinical Instructor Standards and Criteria to Certified Athletic Trainers in Different Clinical Education Settings 2005 195 Context: For optimal clinical education of athletic training students, Clinical Instructor Educators and program directors need to proactively select, train, and evaluate their Approved Clinical Instructors (ACIs). Objective: To assess the relative ...
Peer Assisted Learning in Clinical Education: Literature Review 2008 1568 Objective: To examine the occurrence, benefits, and preferences for peer assisted learning (PAL) in medical and allied health clinical education, and to identify areas in athletic training which need further research. Data Sources: Using relevant te...
Peer-Assisted Learning in the Athletic Training Clinical Setting 2006 394 Athletic training educators often anecdotally suggest that athletic training students enhance their learning by teaching their peers. However, peer-assisted learning (PAL) has not been examined within athletic training education in order to provide e...
A Practical Guide to Implementing Peer Assessment in Athletic Training Educdtion 2008 298 STUDENTS appear to learn at a deeper level when they teach their peers,1,2 and they have a higher level of self-awareness of their own skill levels when they evaluate their peers.3 Peer assessment has been suggested by athle...
Provision of Feedback to Students, Part 1: Overview of Strategies. 2010 213 The relationship between an Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI) and athletic training students creates a unique instructional interaction, A low instructor-to-student ratio allows an ACI to regularly provide feedback to students about the status ...
Provision of Feedback to Students, Part 2: Use of Clinical Encounter Cards. 2010 221 Feedback is an important aspect of athletic training clinical education. Feedback provides information to athletic training students about their clinical skill performances to correct and gUide future behavior.1 Without feedback. a st...
Role Strain in Collegiate Athletic Training Approved Clinical Instructors 2008 182 Certified athletic trainers who serve as Approved Clinical Instructors (ACIs) in the collegiate setting are balancing various roles (eg, patient care and related administrative tasks, clinical education). Whether this balancing act is associated with...
Sex specific abdominal activation strategies during landing 2007 804 Control of the trunk segment in landing has been implicated as a contributing factor to the higher incidence of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in females than in males. Investigating the sex-specific abdominal activation strategies during landin...