Athletic Training Clinical Education 1

Athletic Training Clinical Education 1
Classroom and field experience. Orientation to athletic training program and clinical expectations. Modules include emergency care, taping skills, and basic modalities.
 Hours2.0 Credit, 1.0 Lecture, 5.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAthletic training major status.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining EXSC 394
Course Outcomes

Administrative Roles and Policies of Various Health Care Organizations

After completing this course, the student will be able to understand the administrative roles and policies of various health care organizations including: CAATE, NATA, BOC

Accurate Record Keeping Skills

Demonstrate the skills necessary for accurate record keeping including SOAP notes and correct documentation of HOPS

Purchasing Policies

Understand purchasing policies for supplies

Emergency Action Plans

Correctly devise and implement emergency action plans

Emergency Conditions

Demonstrate the necessary skills for care of emergency conditions

Treating Open Wounds

Demonstrate care and necessary skills for treating open wounds

Therapeutic Modalities

Demonstrate correct use, including indications and contraindications for therapeutic modalities including: Hot Packs, Ultrasound, Cryotherapy, Electrical stimulation

Evaluating Lower Extremities

Demonstrate correct evaluation techniques of lower extremities including: Foot, Ankle, Lower Leg, Knee, Hip