Week 1 Notes
Week 1 Notes EXS214
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EXS 214: Week 1- Sports Medicine vs. Athletic training? o Athletic training team (p.27) o Sports medicine team- Wide variety of medical experts Take care of athletes Prevention, assessment, rehab of injuries of athletes Recognized by AMA as allied health professional Team approach to healthcare o Who is a part of the sports medicine team? Physical therapist, dentist, EMT, team physician (should be present for higher level sports), primary care physician (their opinion goes over any other physician), strength and conditioning coach, ATC (jack of all trades, master of none), dietician, radiologist, ophthalmologist, orthopedist, ATC, biomechanist, sports psychologist, exercise physiologist, coach, YOU (need to be vocal about their injuries, responsible for their injuries) Personal Qualities in a healthcare professional- o Good communication skills, responsible, knowledge of sports, empathetic History- o Bilik- The Trainer’s bible 1917 o Cramer- First Aider 1932 o Recognized as a healthcare profession by American Medical Association in 1990 NATA vs. BOC o NATA Establishes standards and professionalism, education, research, and practice setting Mission Statement- Enhance the quality of healthcare provided by certified athletic trainers and to advance the athletic training profession Entry-level Athletic Training Clinical Proficiencies Code of Ethics- 1. Respect the right, welfare, and dignity of all individuals 2. Comply with the laws and regulations governing the practice of athletic training 3. Accept the responsibility for sound judgment calls 4. and promote high standards in the provision of services 5. Not engage in any form of conduct that constitutes a conflict of interest or the adversely effects on the profession Began in 150 (without dissolving) o Board of Certification (BOC)- Awards the ATC credential To certify athletic trainers and identify for the public quality of public healthcare professionals through a system of certification, adjudication, standards of practice, and continuing competency programs Role of Delineation Study Defines current entry level knowledge Standards of Professional Practice Assist and inform the public, certificates, and candidate of certification of the BOC standards of professional practice History of the exam Pathways of certification- o Two pathways: Internship Accredited programs ATC- o 5 domains 1. Injury/ illness prevention and wellness protection 2. Clinical evaluation and diagnosis 3. Immediate and emergency care 4. Treatment and rehab 5. Organizational and professional health and wellbeing State Practice Governance- o Licensure o Certification o Registration Maintaining certification- o 50 CEU’s 10 EBPs
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