Monday 8:00am - 8:50am
Application of the principles for prevention, assessment, and
management of injuries and illnesses common to the physically active individual.
Includes practical experience in both laboratory and clinical applications.
Participants in this course will have the opportunity to:
1. Recognize signs and symptoms of illnesses common to the physically active individual.
2. Identify norms and deviations in health status of the physically active individual.
3. Perform a comprehensive health assessment.
Proficiency and Module evaluations are mandatory assignments for all students enrolled in this course. Evaluations that are late will not receive any credit but still must be completed in order to pass the course.
**NOTE: PEER EVALUATIONS AND ACI EVALUATIONS CANNOT BE COMPLETED ON THE SAME DAY.
After attending a lecture, you will submit a short reflection discussing what you learned, how it applies to athletic training, what you found interesting, if you thought it was worth your time, etc.
5 points each (55 total)
10 points each (110 total)
10 points each (30 total)
Evaluations from Rotations
Minus 5 points each if late
2 Exams (written)
Comprehensive Practical Final
Attendance is mandatory. A total of two absences will be allowed without penalty. After the second absence, your semester grade will be dropped one letter grade. For each additional absence, your grade will drop another letter grade. Excused absences include university approved absences or those that I receive prior notification of and have approved. Make up examinations will be provided within one week of return to class, provided the absence is excused.