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The Athletic Training Student Clinical Program is based on pediatric sports medicine and designed to expose students to the physician extender role. The clinical rotation allows the athletic training students to expand their knowledge of pediatric sports medicine and orthopaedics, improve their clinical evaluation skills and increase their knowledge of affiliated healthcare professionals. Students also have the opportunity to work with special populations.
To expose the athletic training (AT) student to pediatric sports medicine and orthopaedic clinics
To increase the AT student’s knowledge of pediatric sports medicine and orthopaedics
To provide the AT student educational opportunities in patient evaluation, management of durable medical equipment, home exercise program implementation and electronic medical record documentation
Adhere to rotation schedule as outlined by the clinical instructor
Develop patient education materials on a pre-selected topic
Present the newly developed patient education materials to sports medicine team
Facilitate a journal club discussion on an original research article
Other projects determined by the clinical instructor