The following webcast was sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Training Education Program on February 18, 2011, and the archived version is available at the link provided. The goal of the presentation was to present specific strategies to assist ATs in clinical and academic settings with the acquisition and management of information resources in order to enhance the culture of evidence guided practice and, in turn, improve patient and student outcomes.
The following presentation was part of the pre-conference session sponsored by the BOC at the 2011 Athletic Training Educators’ Conference in Washington, DC on February 25, 2011. View video clips from the session on the BOC YouTube Channel
The following report presents AT educators with suggested teaching strategies and lesson plan objectives related to heat and hydration issues. This 4-part series was written by Stephanie M. Mazerolle, PhD, ATC, Tutita M. Casa, PhD, and Douglas J. Casa, PhD, ATC, FACSM, FNATA, and published in Athletic Therapy Today