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1 Minot State University Athletic Training Program Handbook 1

2 Table of Contents Description of the Institution...4 Description of the TEHP Program...4 Description of the Students...5 Description of the Program...5 Program Mission and Goals...5 Student Agreement Statement...6 Section One: Academic Requirements...7 Program Admission Prerequisites and Procedures Medical Examination...9 Immunization Requirements...9 Transfer Student Policy...10 Professional Rescuer CPR/AED Training...10 OSHA/Blood borne Pathogens Training...11 Significant Infectious Diseases Policy...11 Expenses...11 Technical Standards for Admission Travel Policy...13 Clinical Supervision Policy...13 Program Requirements...13 Academic Curriculum Clinical Education Responsibilities of the Student Mentors...23 Section Two: National Athletic Trainers Association...24 NATA Certification...25 NATA Code of Ethics Section Three: Policies and Procedures...28 Criteria for Retention in the Athletic Training Program...29 Athletic Training Probation/Disciplinary Policy Procedure for Re-admittance to the ATEP...30 Athletic Training Student Policies and Procedures...31 Athletic Training Room Daily Procedures...32 Athletic Training Dress Code...33 Athletic Training Room Policies and Procedures for Athletics Taping Policy...36 Section Four: Athletic Training Domains and Competencies...37 Assessment Tracking...37 Section Five: Injury Assessment Checklist...38 Evaluation Checklist Ankle Evaluation Checklist Knee Evaluation Checklist Hip Evaluation Checklist Hand Evaluation Checklist Neck and Cervical Spine Evaluation Checklist Down Athlete Evaluation Checklist Cardiovascular Evaluation Checklist

3 Table of Contents Continued Back and Pelvis Evaluation Checklist Shoulder Evaluation Checklist Elbow Evaluation Checklist Shoulder Pad Fitting...62 Football Helmet Fitting...63 Crutch and Cane Fitting...64 ADDENDUM...65 Trinity Sports Medicine Dress Code...65 Trinity Hospital and Clinics Dress Code

4 Description of the Institution Minot State University is the third largest university in the North Dakota University System. Minot State University is located in Minot, a city of over 46,000 residents. Minot State University is located in the north central region of North Dakota. Minot State University draws its student population from all over the nation and has a large population of Canadian students. Minot s trade and commerce is comprised of the urban residents, the Minot Air Force Base located 12 miles north of the city, and the rural residents of the region. Minot State University resides on 102 acres of land that provide ample opportunities for student interaction and an inviting atmosphere. The campus is comprised of over 20 buildings for student living, learning, and life. The University s seven classroom buildings are centrally located between the five residence halls, the library and the arts and athletic venues. Minot State University employs over 400 people to accommodate student life. The campus organization provides students with a campus life that is student-centered and well rounded. The Department of Physical Education and Teacher Education is looking to seize the opportunity to enhance its programming by offering an Athletic Training Program. Students who wish to become certified athletic trainers must take the national certification examination offered by the Board of Certification. The Board of Certification requires that exam candidates graduate from an education program that is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. Minot State University was accredited the CAATE in The Athletic Training Program allows students that attend Minot State University the opportunity to major in athletic training. Description of the Teacher Education and Human Performance Program The Teacher Education Human Performance department offers degrees in physical education, corporate fitness, and athletic training. The National Athletic Trainers Association states that students are to be educated in the following areas human anatomy, human physiology, exercise physiology, kinesiology/biomechanics, nutrition, statistics and research design, strength training and reconditioning, acute care of injury and illness, risk management and injury/illness prevention, pathology of injury/illness, assessment of injury/illness, general medical conditions and disabilities, therapeutic modalities, therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation, health care administration, weight management and body composition, psychosocial interventions and referral, medical ethics and legal issues, pharmacology, and professional development and responsibilities. The Athletic Training major s curriculum is responsible for providing classroom instruction, clinical education, and tracking of students progress using an outcomes-based approach. Minot State University also has a close relationship with community schools and businesses that lend ample opportunities for students to have real world work experience. The Human Performance Program has 5 full time tenure tract faculty that have diverse backgrounds in strength and conditioning, athletic training, physical education, business and industry. 4

5 Description of the Students The learner population at Minot State University is made up of North Dakota residence, military personnel or military dependents, and non-residents from numerous states and countries. The diverse population of students enhances the educational opportunity for students at Minot State University. Description of the Program The Athletic Training Program offers an undergraduate major for athletic training at Minot State University. The athletic training program will require 120 credits within the major including the student s general education courses. The courses are aligned with the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education standards and the Athletic Training Educational Competencies set forth by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Program Mission and Goals The Minot State University Athletic Training Program s mission is to provide students with an educational experience that will allow them to successfully complete the Board of Certification, Inc. exam. The Mission of the Athletic Training Program at Minot State University incorporates the University mission to advance knowledge, as well as the critical and creative thinking skills of the Athletic Training Majors. Minot State University Athletic Training Program Goals 1. To provide a comprehensive Athletic Training Program that will allow students to successfully complete the Board of Certification, Inc. exam. 2. To prepare competent Athletic Trainers who are involved in acting and reflecting on the athletic training educational competencies and content knowledge that they have acquired. 3. To educate students on the National Athletic Trainers Association s Code of Ethics. 4. To provide students with the clinical and sideline skills required to successfully performing the duties of an Athletic Trainer. 5

6 Student Agreement Statement I, (Student s Name), agree to abide by the National Athletic Trainers Code of Ethics and to present myself in a professional manner while I am in the Athletic Trainers Program at Minot State University. I understand that I am representing Minot State University s Athletic Training Program and the Athletic Training Profession while I am attending events, practices, clinical experiences, conferences, and other educational/competition settings. I understand the policies and procedures set forth by the Athletic Training Program and I by signing this form agree to the program policies and procedures. I understand that not abiding by the NATA Code of Ethics, the policies and procedures of the Athletic Trainer s Program at Minot State University, or acting in a manner that reflects badly on Minot State University or the profession of Athletic Training may result in disciplinary action. (Printed name of student) (Signature of Student) (Date XX-XX-XXX) 6

7 Section One: Academic Requirements Program Admission Prerequisites and Procedures Medical Examination Immunization Requirements Transfer Student Policy Professional Rescuer CPR/AED Training OSHA/Blood borne Pathogens Training Significant Infectious Diseases Policy Technical Standards for Admission Travel Policy Clinical Supervision Policy Program Requirements Academic Curriculum Clinical Education Responsibilities of the Student Mentors 7

8 Program Admission Prerequisites and Procedures Student Application for Program Admission Information Students interested in the Athletic Training Major should meet with the Athletic Training Program Director and enroll in HPER 120 Introduction to Athletic Training Course, HPER 208, BIOL 220, and BIOL 221 during their first year of course work. Prospective students enrolled in the HPER128 Introduction to Athletic Training Course will be required to keep a journal that will be utilized for selection materials for the program. The journal is a reflection documentation of the observation hours spent in contact with a Certified Athletic Trainer who is a Preceptor. The journal will contain information regarding the type of observation, the dates of observation, the times of the observation, signatures of the preceptor for the observed dates, and a reflection on what occurred during the observations. The applicants will be ranked according to the information that was submitted in the Application Packet in the following manner. 1. HPER 128 Course Journal - 10 pts 2. Grade Point Average - 20 pts 20 pts pts pts pts pts pts pts pts. less than pts pts pts pts Proof of First Aid/CPR Certification for the Professional Rescuer or Enrollment in HPER 210 (5 pts) 4. Medical Examination Form 5 pts 5. Immunization Documentation 5 pts 6. Recommendations - 10 pts 7. Written Goal Statement - 10 pts 8. Technical Standards - 10 pts 9. Interview - 10 pts 10. Criminal Background Clearance Applicants who submit the application requirements (1-8 above) and obtain a minimum of 47 points out of the 70 points will be granted an interview with the Athletic Training Program Selection Committee (ATPSC), the ATPSC may grant interviews upon their discretion if the 47/70 points are not met if the committee has a majority consensus on this topic. The ATPSC may elect to conditionally admit a student to the ATP. Any student conditionally admitted to the ATP will receive written notification on the stipulations for the conditional admittance with instructions on what needs to be done to become fully admitted to the ATP. Students will be expected to act and dress for a professional interview. All interviewed applicants will be ranked according to their cumulative scores on items 1-9 above. Applicants must a complete an FBI and North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) criminal background check. Refer to the section titled Criminal Background Check for further information regarding the background 8

9 investigation. Background investigations take on average 4-5 weeks to be returned and therefor will be handed in after the admission notifications have been received by the students with the dates for criminal background check paperwork to be returned to the program director stated in the admissions letter. Students will be tentatively admitted pending the Criminal Background Investigation results and given that the grade verification at the end of the semester meets the course grade/ grade point average requirements. The student s tentative admission status will become full admission status based upon background investigation results and grade verification at the beginning of the next semester. Up to ten students will be admitted each spring semester. The ATPSC has the authority to increase or decrease the number of applicants admitted based on the number of Preceptors available and the current enrollment in the Athletic Training Program. After the top ten applicants are ranked the remaining applicants will be listed as "alternates" for the current semester. If for some reason one of the top ten ranked applicants does not take their position, the ATPSC may offer admission to the highest ranked student from the alternate list. Students will receive a letter regarding the admittance decision within 4 weeks after the interview process. The application deadline is April 1 st of each year. Program Admission Prerequisites and Procedures Prior to admission students must complete and meet course admission and prerequisites. Students are required to submit proof of immunization with the course admission packet to the Director of the Athletic Training Program. Student who choose not to take HBV immunizations need to provide in writing that they have chosen to decline HBV Immunization. At the current time there are no immunizations for hepatitis C and HIV. The medical examination form must be completed prior to student's admission to the program and turned in to the Director of the Athletic Training Program. Passing of the medical examination does not ensure acceptance into the program. Medical Examination The medical exam meets the requirements set forth by the CAATE for accreditation purposes and must be completed for the application process. Immunization Requirements Students are required to submit proof of immunization with the course admission packet to the Director of the Athletic Training Program. Student who choose not to take HBV immunizations need to provide in writing that they have chosen to decline HBV Immunization. At the current time there are no immunizations for hepatitis C and HIV. The medical examination form must be completed prior to student's admission to the program and turned in to the Director of the Athletic Training Program. Passing of the medical examination does not ensure acceptance into the program. 9

10 Transfer Student Policy Students considering a transfer to Minot State University may request an unofficial transcript review by contacting the Registrar's Office at Students transferring to Minot State University must request that an official college or university transcript be sent to Minot State University Enrollment Services or Minot State Universities Registrar's Office for evaluation at Students should also submit an official transcript to the Athletic Training Program Director for review of program specific courses to determine eligibility for application to the Athletic Training Program (ATP). Transfer students will need to apply for admission to Minot State University and complete the admissions requirements. Transfer students are required to meet the same requirements for admission to the ATP as students applying that are enrolled at Minot State University (see Athletic Training Program Application Checklist). Transfer students are required to go through the process for application for admission to the Athletic Training Program, as are all new students, acceptance of courses does not mean that a student will automatically be admitted to the Athletic Training Program. Transfer students will be required to take all Athletic Training Program specific course work at Minot State University. Students may be able to transfer in the following course work contingent upon syllabus and course catalog audits: BIOL 220 Anatomy and Physiology I, BIOL 221 Anatomy and Physiology II, PHYS, and CHEM (determined by registrars office for general education requirements and Program Director for ATP requirements). The Transfer Process Apply for admission, pay $35 application fee and complete the admissions requirements. Submit your official transcript(s) and review your Transcript Credit Summary Report to see how courses were transferred. You may also see Transfer Credit Guidelines to see course equivalents, how courses are approved and how courses will be reviewed. Participate in orientation. All transfer students are required to participate in new student orientation. Enroll in classes, get your student ID, arrange your housing and purchase your parking pass. Request an Unofficial Transfer Credit Evaluation Students who are considering transferring to MSU may request an unofficial transfer review. To make a request, please call the Registrar's Office at The request will be held for 30 days until an unofficial transcript is received by mail or fax ( ) to the Registrar's Office. Professional Rescuer CPR/AED Training Students may obtain Professional Rescuer CPR/AED Training through HPER 210 or may elect to become certified through the Red Cross or American Heart Association. Students are required to have this training prior to clinical experiences and must maintain certification throughout the entire program. Proof of CPR/AED professional rescuer training will be housed with the Director of the Athletic Training Program; the Clinical Education Coordinator, and must be handed in prior to the beginning of the clinical experience for the semester. 10

11 OSHA/Bloodborne Pathogens Training OSHA/Blood borne pathogen training will be completed on a yearly basis. Proof of OSHA/Blood borne pathogen training will be kept on file with the Director of Athletic Training Program. The proof will contain, date, time, names of those attended; place training took place, the organization offering the training, and the credentials of the individual/s providing the training or the BBP card. Significant Infectious Diseases Policy Definition and Procedure: For the purpose of this policy, significant infectious diseases are defined as bloodborne pathogens and reportable communicable diseases (for example: influenza, meningitis, tuberculosis, mumps). Minot State University will follow the policies and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control of the U.S. Public Health Service and the North Dakota State Health Department and will work in cooperation with local health authorities to prevent the spread of significant infectious diseases and will promote, through education, the prevention of such diseases. (MSU Faculty Handbook Section F, IV). Athletic training students who are exhibiting any signs or symptoms of communicable/ infectious disease (body aches, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, chills, any specific signs/symptoms from above listed communicable diseases, from ect.) are to consider the implications of attending classes, clinical experiences and activities to themselves and those around them prior to attendance. If an athletic training student is exhibiting any signs or symptoms of communicable/ infectious disease they are to seek medical attention at the cost of the student. The student is responsible for obtaining a medical release from a medical professional prior to returning to the clinical setting. Bloodborne pathogen training is conducted on a yearly basis to assist in limiting the incidents of exposure to athletic training students through the use of proper bloodborne pathogen protocols. However there exists a risk in the health care setting of exposure to a bloodborne pathogen. Students with blood and body fluid exposures are to follow the clinical settings agency protocol. The cost will be the responsibility of the student. Expenses Students will be required to pay a $250 fee that it is assessed each semester of the academic year that the student is enrolled in courses including the summer semester regardless if HPER courses are taken or not to pay for professional clothing for the program, name tags for identification, their sports medicine kits, equipment, and supplies. There are additional fees related to student travel to clinical sites, professional membership, supplies, professional certifications, books, and exams. TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR ADMISSION The Athletic Training Program at Minot State University is a rigorous and intense program that places specific requirements and demands on the students enrolled in the program. An objective of this program is to prepare graduates to enter a variety of employment settings and to render care to a wide spectrum of individuals engaged in physical activity. The technical standards set forth by the Athletic Training Program establish the essential qualities considered necessary for students admitted to this program to achieve 11

12 the knowledge, skills, and competencies of an entry-level athletic trainer, as well as meet the expectations of the program's accrediting agency (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education [CAATE]). The following abilities and expectations must be met by all students admitted to and enrolled in the Athletic Training Program. In the event a student is unable to fulfill these technical standards, with or without reasonable accommodation, the student will not be admitted into the program or be allowed to remain enrolled in, or to graduate from the program. Compliance with the program s technical standards does not guarantee a student s eligibility for the certification exam. Candidates to be admitted or to maintain enrollment in the Athletic Training Program the must demonstrate: 1. The mental capacity to assimilate, analyze, synthesize, integrate concepts and problem solve to formulate assessment and therapeutic judgments, and to be able to distinguish deviations from the norm. 2. Sufficient postural and neuromuscular control, sensory function, and coordination to perform appropriate physical examinations using accepted techniques; and accurately, safely and efficiently use equipment and materials during the assessment and treatment of patients. 3. The ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with patients and colleagues, including individuals from different cultural and social backgrounds; this includes, but is not limited to, the ability to establish rapport with patients and communicate judgments and treatment information effectively. Students must be able to understand and speak the English language at a level consistent with competent professional practice. 4. The ability to record physical examination results and treatment plans clearly and accurately. 5. The capacity to maintain composure and continue to function well during periods of high stress. 6. The perseverance, diligence and commitment to complete the athletic training program as outlined and sequenced. 7. Flexibility and the ability to adjust to changing situations and uncertainty in clinical situations. 8. Affective skills and appropriate demeanor and rapport that relate to professional education and quality patient care. Candidates for selection to the Athletic Training Program are required to verify they understand and meet these technical standards or that they believe that, with certain accommodations, they can meet the standards. If a student's ability to meet the standards changes while enrolled in the program, as deemed so by the program director, a hearing with the student, program director, additional faculty member, and a representative from the Office Of Disability Services will be held to determine the best course of action. The Minot State University Office of Disability Services, Lura Manor-South lower level or , will coordinate medical documentation and evaluation of a student who states 12

13 he/she could meet the program s technical standards with accommodation. The student must provide appropriate documentation of a qualified disability and properly request a reasonable accommodation pursuant to applicable laws. If the stated condition is a qualified disability, the University will confer with the student and appropriate medical professionals to identify possible reasonable accommodations and determine whether the student can meet the technical standards with a reasonable accommodation. The accommodation shall not jeopardize clinician/patient safety, or the educational process of the student or the University, including all coursework, clinical experiences and internships deemed essential to graduation. Students are asked to certify that they have read and understand the technical standards for admission listed above, and that they believe to the best of their knowledge that they meet each of these standards without accommodation. Students also verify that understand that if they are unable to meet these standards that they will not be admitted or be allowed to remain enrolled in the program. Students may also certify that through an alternative statement they request reasonable accommodations to assist them in meeting the technical standards. The statement students certify is as follows: I certify that I have read and understand the technical standards for admission listed above, and I believe to the best of my knowledge that I can meet each of these standards with a reasonable accommodation. I will contact the Minot State University Office of Disability Services, Lura Manor-South lower level or , to document my disability, and request and identify reasonable accommodations. I understand that if I am unable to meet these standards with or without accommodations, I will not be admitted or allowed to remain enrolled in the program. Travel Policy Athletic training students are not allowed to travel with teams unless they are traveling with their preceptor and must adhere to the clinical supervision policy. Athletic training students must be under direct supervision by the preceptor while traveling with teams. Clinical Supervision Policy During the student s clinical rotations, students are not permitted to practice any technique on a patient that has not been approved by the preceptor and will only be allowed after students have shown competency in the skill. Direct supervision is required for all clinical experiences. Direct supervision means that the Preceptor must be in sight and sound of the Athletic Training Student who is interacting with an athlete, and the Preceptor must be able to intervene when necessary for the well- being of the athlete. Students are not allowed to accumulate more than 20 hours per week to conform/comply with federal work study rules. Program Requirements The Athletic Training Program offers an undergraduate major at Minot State University. The athletic training program requires 120 credits within the major including the 13

14 student s general education courses. The courses are aligned with the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education standards and the Athletic Training Educational Competencies set forth by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Course descriptions are taken from the Minot State University online catalog. Academic Curriculum ENGL 110 College Composition I 3 cr. (GE1) Guided practice in college-level reading, writing, and critical thinking. Emphasis on writing processes, and on approaches to critical reading. Does not apply toward the English major/minor. ENGL 120 College Composition II 3 cr. (GE1) Advanced practice in college-level writing from sources and in applying rhetorical strategies. Emphasis on rhetorical strategies and incorporating research in academic writing. Does not apply toward the English major/minor. Prerequisite: ENGL 110. (January 24, BIOL 220 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 cr. Structure and function of the human body dealing with the chemical, cellular, and tissue levels of organization and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Lecture, 3 hours; laboratory, 2 hours. BIOL 221 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 cr. Structure and function of the human body dealing with the digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic, endocrine, reproductive, and urinary systems; special senses and metabolism, fluid and electrolyte, and acid-base balance; metabolism and energetics. Lecture, 3 hours; laboratory, 2 hours. Prerequisite: BIOL 220. COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 cr. (GE1) The theory and practice of public speaking with emphasis on topic selection, content, organization of material, language, methods of securing attention and maintaining interest, delivery and critical evaluation of informative and persuasive messages. May not be used as part of communication arts major, minor, or concentration.) CHEM 115/115L Introductory Chemistry 4 cr. (GE6) Presents knowledge of concepts of chemical principles in greater depth and with more mathematical applications than in CHEM 110. Includes studies of general inorganic principles. Lecture, 3 hours; laboratory, 2 hours. Corequisite: MATH 102 or 103. (January 24, Clinical Experiences: The Clinical Experiences at Minot State University are designed to integrate students knowledge learned in the classroom with the application of clinical skills learned in the clinical experience. The Clinical Experience courses list the courses that students should have had prior to enrollment of the clinical experience, although some students may have taken the courses at a different semester. The CAATE proficiencies are embedded within the clinical courses to allow for the evaluation of the proficiencies by Preceptors. During the student s clinical rotations, students are not permitted to practice any 14

15 technique on a patient that has not been approved by the Preceptor; only after students have shown competency in the skill will they be allowed to perform the skill. HPER 129 Athletic Training Clinical I (1) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of acute care of injury and illness, Clinical evaluation of basic injuries, prevention and health promotion which includes risk management/ prevention, basic healthcare administration, basic psychosocial skills/ knowledge, professional development and responsibility and to a limited extent nutrition. Evidence based practice is embed throughout the entire curriculum. Students in the HPER 129 clinical experience will have prior experience in HPER 208 Taping and Bracing, HPER 128 Intro to Athletic Training, Biology 220 Anatomy and Physiology, and HPER 210 First Aid and CPR to build on. Students will be enrolled in HPER 207 Prevention and Care of Injuries at the time of this clinical evaluation and will be adding to the knowledge base of their injury assessment skills. Prerequisite courses: HPER 128 Intro to Athletic Training, CPR Certification, and admission to Athletic Training Program HPER 223 Athletic Training Clinical V II (1) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 223 Clinical Experience will have prior experience in HPER 431 Kinesiology, HPER 206 Medical Conditions, and HPER 410 Advanced Athletic Injuries and Modalities, in addition to the courses listed in the HPER 129 Clinical Experience. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions and injuries, prevention and health promotion, which includes risk management/ prevention, basic healthcare administration, therapeutic intervention including pharmacology and modalities. Evidence based practice is embed throughout the entire curriculum. Prerequisite courses: HPER 431 Kinesiology, HPER 206 Medical Conditions, HPER 410 Advanced Athletic Injuries, and HPER 129 Athletic Training Clinical I HPER 323 Athletic Training Clinical III (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 323 Clinical Experience will have taken HPER 270 Upper and Lower Extremity Evaluation in addition to the required courses for HPER 129 and HPER 223 Athletic Training Clinical courses. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions, injuries with experience in evaluation of upper and lower extremity injuries, prevention and health promotion, which includes risk management/ prevention/ nutrition, basic healthcare administration, and psychosocial intervention. Evidence based practice is embed throughout the entire curriculum. Prerequisite courses: HPER 270 Upper and Lower Extremity Evaluation and HPER 223 Athletic Training Clinical II 15

16 HPER 324 Athletic Training Clinical IV (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 324 Clinical will have taken HPER 307 Head, Neck, and Spine Evaluation in addition to the required courses for HPER 129, HPER 223, and HPER 323 Athletic Training Clinical courses. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions, injuries with experience in evaluation of injuries to upper extremity, lower extremity, head, neck, spine, in addition to the evaluation skills students remain to be active in their implementation of therapeutic modalities through the practice of treating the entire patient and with clinical integration of skills and knowledge. Evidence based practice is a focus in this clinical with evidence based practice performing a literature search on topics of prevention and health promotion (which includes risk management/ prevention/ nutrition) and psychosocial intervention. Prerequisite courses: HPER 323 Athletic Training Clinical III and HPER 307 Head, Neck, and Spine Evaluation. HPER 423 Athletic Training Clinical V (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 423 Clinical will have taken HPER 308 Biomechanics and HPER 304 Therapeutic Exercise in addition to the required courses for HPER 129, HPER 223, HPER 323, and HPER 324. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of injuries with experience in clinical evaluation and acute care of medical conditions and injuries to upper extremity, lower extremity, head, neck, spine, in addition to the evaluation skills students remain to be active in their implementation of therapeutic modalities as well as therapeutic exercise skills through the practice of treating the entire patient with clinical integration of skills and knowledge learned throughout the program. Prevention and health promotion continues to be a theme in HPER 423, which includes risk management and prevention of injuries, nutrition. In addition to the courses listed students will also have the courses listed in the HPER 129, 223, 323, and 324 Athletic Training Clinical courses. Prerequisite courses: HPER 308 Biomechanics and HPER 304 Therapeutic Exercise. and HPER 324 Athletic Training Clinical IV HPER 424 Athletic Training Clinical Course VI (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 424 Clinical will have taken HPER 420 Athletic Training Management in addition to the required courses for HPER 129, HPER 223, HPER 323, HPER 324, and HPER 423. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The theme for this clinical course is embedded in the acute care of injuries and illness and the use of clinical integration proficiencies from student content throughout their program that ensure students have the skill set and knowledge to become successful entry-level athletic trainers. In addition to the courses listed students will also have the courses listed in the HPER 129, 223, 323, 324, and 424 Athletic Training Clinical courses. Prerequisite courses: HPER 420 Athletic Training Management and HPER 423 AT Clinical V HPER 425 Capstone (1) The capstone course is a course designated to allow students to show case their knowledge and research skills that they have learned while in the program. 16

17 The theme for this course is professional development and responsibilities. The course format is a two part format with one portion of the course is devoted to allowing students to be active in creating evidence based medicine through a research project or presentation of a comprehensive literature review and the other portion devoted to preparing the athletic training student for the certification exam. The semester will start out with an introduction of the expectations for research presentations. Students will select a research topic that provides an opportunity for scholarly work. The topics will be selected by the students at the onset of the semester to allow ample opportunities for obtaining information for a presentation. The Capstone presentations will be presented in an open forum format or presented at the North Dakota Athletic Trainer s Association s annual meeting. The next portion of the course will provide students with study techniques and practice exams to prepare them for the BOC, Inc. certification exam. Instructors, prior students, and outside guests will be invited to speak to the students on athletic training topics. Prerequisite: Senior Level Status and HPER 423 Athletic Training Clinical. History (3) HMS 215 Principles of Pharmacology 3 cr. Provides a survey of all major drug groups as they apply to providing safe, therapeutic client care. HMS 243 Pathophysiology 3 cr. Provide fundamental knowledge of the structural and functional changes caused by disease and alterations in body function. Emphasis is placed on understanding changes and responses that produce signs and symptoms in common health problems. Prerequisites: BIOL 220 and BIOL 221. HPER 207 Prevention and Care of Injuries 2 cr. Provides a basic understanding of common injuries. Focus will be on the evaluation and course of treatment of the injuries presented. HPER 208 Taping and Bracing 2 cr. This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of applying tape or braces to the appropriate injuries. Students have the opportunity to develop decision-making skills regarding what taping, bracing or casting method is appropriate for different injuries. HPER 210 First Aid and CPR 2 cr. Provides instruction in first aid, emergency care procedures, and CPR, which leads to certification by the American Red Cross. HPER 310 Organization and Administration of PE and Athletics 2 cr. Provides a study of administration and management concepts and management responsibilities relevant to teaching and non-teaching career fields. Prerequisite: HPER 107. HPER 334 Nutrition for Physical Performance 2 cr. Provides information on how nutritional habits affect physical performance. An emphasis will be placed on knowledge of the six basic nutrients, food groups, calories, and energy expenditure. 17

18 HPER 407 Psychology of Physical Education and Athletics 2 cr. Provides knowledge of the psychological aspects of participation in physical education fitness training and athletic events. Emphasis will be placed on the teacher/coach, student/ athlete and trainer/client relationship in regard to developing communication, leadership, motivation, self-confidence, and goal setting skills. Prerequisite: PSY 111. HPER 410 Advanced Athletic Injuries and Modalities 3 cr. Provides specific manual examinations involved in the evaluation of athletic injuries. Use of therapeutic modalities in the treatment of athletic injuries will also be studied. Students will take part in laboratory work in order to facilitate hands on experience. Prerequisite: HPER 207. HPER 431 Kinesiology 3 cr. Provides study of boney and muscular anatomy, joint movements and muscle action as related to physical activities. Prerequisite: BIOL 115 or 220, and/or 221. HPER 433 Physiology of Exercise 3 cr. Provides a comprehensive study of the physiological effect of muscular exercise and training upon the organs and systems of the body. Prerequisite: HPER 431. HPER 441 Evaluation of Psychomotor Performance 3 cr. Designed to provide the corporate fitness and physical education major with an understanding of contemporary methods used to measure and evaluate psychomotor skills and performance. Emphasis will be placed on learning and practicing techniques necessary for proper evaluation of health and performance related to physical fitness and selected sports skills. (January 24, HPER 128 Introduction to Athletic Train 3 cr. The purpose of this course is to familiarize student with the profession of athletic training. Students will be introduced to the NATA, the NATA Code of Ethics, the certification process, continuing education, and the NATA Educational Proficiencies. Course topics include epidemiology of injuries, PPE, and program overview. HPER 420 Athletic Training Management 2 cr. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the scope and practice of managing an athletic training environment. Topics include organization and administration of an athletic training room, the reimbursement, policies and procedures of athletic training rooms, and the legal concerns. Prerequisite(s): HPER 207, BIOL 220 and 221. HPER 308 Biomechanics (2) The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the basics of human biomechanics. The course will cover the basic terminology as well as integrate the quantitative and qualitative perspective of biomechanics. The study of biomechanics in this class will involve the study of the body s architecture with the body s abilities to function in motion. Prerequisite HPER 431. HPER 307 Head, Neck, & Spine Evaluation 3 cr. The purpose of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to perform evaluation of head, neck and spine injuries 18

19 or conditions. Student s will be able to perform an observation, take a history, palpate, perform MMT, perform a neurological evaluation, evaluate ROM, perform special and functional tests for the head, neck, and spine. Prerequisite(s): HPER 207, and 431, BIOL 220, and 221. HPER 304 Therapeutic Exercise 3 cr. The purpose of this course is to provide a background rehabilitation, healing, physics, examination, and assessment. The course will discuss techniques of therapeutic exercise, performance enhancement, and application to regions and conditions of the body. Prerequisite(s): HPER 431. HPER 270 Upper/Low Extremity Evaluation 3 cr. The purpose of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to perform evaluation of upper and lower extremity (UE/LE) injuries or conditions. Student s will be able to perform an observation, history, palpate, perform MMT, perform a neurological evaluation, evaluate ROM, perform special and functional tests for the UE/LE. Prerequisite(s): HPER 207, and 431, BIOL 220 and 221. HPER 206 Medical Conditions 3 cr. The purpose of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to recognize and treat common medical conditions. Prerequisite(s): HPER 207, BIOL 220, and BIOL 221. Humanities (6) MATH 103, Math 104, or Math 210 (students may opt to take Math 210 in place of Psych 241 for the statistics course requirement) MATH 103 College Algebra 4 cr. (GE5) Solving equations and inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, rational and radical expressions, systems of linear equations, sequences, series and graphing. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or departmental approval. MATH 104 Finite Mathematics 4 cr. (GE5) Systems of linear equations and inequalities, matrices, linear programming, logic, mathematics of finance, elementary probability, and descriptive statistics. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or departmental approval. MATH 210 Applied Statistics 4 cr. An examination of introductory statistics concepts, including sampling, descriptive statistics, probability, correlation, regression, binomial and normal distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing of one and two populations, ANOVA, and Chi-square tests. Technology will be used to enhance learning and mirror statistical applications and practices in the larger world. Philosophy 102 (3) or equivalent PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology 3 cr. (GE7) A survey of the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Topics studied include development of normal and abnormal behavior, learning, biopsychology, development, memory, personality, cognition, therapy, and social psychology. This course is a prerequisite to most other psychology courses. 19

20 PSY 241 Introduction to Statistics 3 cr. Examination of basic concepts in measurement, scaling, binomial and normal distribution, descriptive and inferential statistics, and hypothesis testing. Introduction to statistical tests for research, with special emphasis on t-test and chi-square. Prerequisites: MATH 103 (or higher) or departmental approval and PSY 111. (January 24,

21 Clinical Education The clinical education portion of the Athletic Training Program is designed to meet the clinical education experiences for a CAATE accredited program consistent with the Athletic Training Educational Competencies 5 th Edition. Students will be evaluated by the Preceptors using Clinical Education Preceptor Evaluation of Athletic Training Student Forms on ATrack and are expected to keep a professional portfolio with documentation of skills acquired that are consistent with the clinical proficiencies. Clinical Experiences: The clinical courses at Minot State University are designed to integrate student s knowledge learned in the classroom with the application of clinical skills learned in the clinical experience. The clinical courses descriptions detail the courses that students are required to have prior to enrollment in a clinical course, although some students may have taken the courses during a prior semester. The CAATE proficiencies are listed in the clinical course syllabus that will be evaluated during the course. Students are not permitted to practice any technique on a patient that has not been approved by the preceptor until the student has shown competency in the skill. HPER 129 Athletic Training Clinical I (1) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of acute care of injury and illness, Clinical evaluation of basic injuries, prevention and health promotion which includes risk management/ prevention, basic healthcare administration, basic psychosocial skills/ knowledge, professional development and responsibility and to a limited extent nutrition. Evidence based practice is embed throughout the entire curriculum. Students in the HPER 129 clinical experience will have prior experience in HPER 208 Taping and Bracing, HPER 128 Intro to Athletic Training, Biology 220 Anatomy and Physiology, and HPER 210 First Aid and CPR to build on. Students will be enrolled in HPER 207 Prevention and Care of Injuries at the time of this clinical evaluation and will be adding to the knowledge base of their injury assessment skills. Prerequisite courses: HPER 128 Intro to Athletic Training, CPR Certification, and admission to Athletic Training Program HPER 223 Athletic Training Clinical V II (1) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 223 Clinical Experience will have prior experience in HPER 431 Kinesiology, HPER 206 Medical Conditions, and HPER 410 Advanced Athletic Injuries and Modalities, in addition to the courses listed in the HPER 129 Clinical Experience. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions and injuries, prevention and health promotion, which includes risk management/ prevention, basic healthcare administration, therapeutic intervention including pharmacology and modalities. Evidence based practice is embed throughout the entire curriculum. Prerequisite courses: HPER 431 Kinesiology, HPER 206 Medical Conditions, HPER 410 Advanced Athletic Injuries, and HPER 129 Athletic Training Clinical I 21

22 HPER 323 Athletic Training Clinical III (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 323 Clinical Experience will have taken HPER 270 Upper and Lower Extremity Evaluation in addition to the required courses for HPER 129 and HPER 223 Athletic Training Clinical courses. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions, injuries with experience in evaluation of upper and lower extremity injuries, prevention and health promotion, which includes risk management/ prevention/ nutrition, basic healthcare administration, and psychosocial intervention. Evidence based practice is embed throughout the entire curriculum. Prerequisite courses: HPER 270 Upper and Lower Extremity Evaluation and HPER 223 Athletic Training Clinical II HPER 324 Athletic Training Clinical IV (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 324 Clinical will have taken HPER 307 Head, Neck, and Spine Evaluation in addition to the required courses for HPER 129, HPER 223, and HPER 323 Athletic Training Clinical courses. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of medical conditions, injuries with experience in evaluation of injuries to upper extremity, lower extremity, head, neck, spine, in addition to the evaluation skills students remain to be active in their implementation of therapeutic modalities through the practice of treating the entire patient and with clinical integration of skills and knowledge. Evidence based practice is a focus in this clinical with evidence based practice performing a literature search on topics of prevention and health promotion (which includes risk management/ prevention/ nutrition) and psychosocial intervention. Prerequisite courses: HPER 323 Athletic Training Clinical III and HPER 307 Head, Neck, and Spine Evaluation. HPER 423 Athletic Training Clinical V (2) Students will be assigned to clinical rotations during this clinical course. Students in the HPER 423 Clinical will have taken HPER 308 Biomechanics and HPER 304 Therapeutic Exercise in addition to the required courses for HPER 129, HPER 223, HPER 323, and HPER 324. The competencies and clinical integrated proficiencies for this clinical course are based on content knowledge and psychomotor skills taught in previous courses. The emphasis this clinical course include the content areas of clinical evaluation of injuries with experience in clinical evaluation and acute care of medical conditions and injuries to upper extremity, lower extremity, head, neck, spine, in addition to the evaluation skills students remain to be active in their implementation of therapeutic modalities as well as therapeutic exercise skills through the practice of treating the entire patient with clinical integration of skills and knowledge learned throughout the program. Prevention and health promotion continues to be a theme in HPER 423, which includes risk management and prevention of injuries, nutrition. In addition to the courses listed students will also have the courses listed in the HPER 129, 223, 323, and 324 Athletic Training 22

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