Seminar style. Introduces athletic training students to the many competencies and proficiencies required in clinical practice. Students engage in experiential learning as an orientation to clinical requirements, guidelines and standards of practice. Includes the introductory use and application of therapeutic modalities and injury tracking software, the implementation of pre-season screening, the collection and dissemination of medical history, consent and waiver information, the writing of injury reports using SOAP notes and exposure to emergency policies and procedures. Students apply what they have learned by completing 3, 4-week clinical rotations under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor. Falls. Prerequisite(s): AT 2250.
*All course information is from the 2015-2016 Catalog.