|Job Satisfaction and Intent to Leave the Profession of Athletic Training
||The National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) has experienced a decline in membership in recent years generating much debate about the professional commitment of a new generation of athletic trainers. The purpose of this study therefore was to c...
|The effects of problem based learning on students' critical thinking skills
||Athletic training educators are charged with developing effective pedagogical techniques to ensure students are skillful at critical thinking and clinical problem solving. The purpose of this research was to determine the effects of problem based lea...
|North Carolina high school football first responders' perceived knowledge and their likelihood to perform athletic health care behaviors
A great deal of scrutiny had been placed on the current level of on-site health care provided at North Carolina public high schools, in particular care given by first responders working with football. The purpose of this study was to: (a) identify...
|Outcomes of a peer assessment/feedback training program in an undergraduate sports medicine course
||Peer assessment/feedback is clearly occurring in athletic training education
programs. However, it remains unclear whether students would improve their ability to
assess their peers and provide corrective feedback if they received formal training i...
|An examination of feedback interactions between athletic training students and clinical instructors
||Feedback has been established as an important educational tool in athletic training clinical education. However, there is currently minimal understanding of the feedback provided during athletic training clinical education experiences. The purpose of...