|Podcast||Roundtable on EBP in Athletic Training|
Challenges Incorporating Evidence-Based Practice with Athletic Training Students
Evidence Based Medicine: What It Is and What It Isn't
Evidence-Based Medicine: What Is It and How Does It Apply to Athletic Training
Dartmouth Biomedical Library
University of Iowa Library
|Book||Strauss, S. E. Evidence-Based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach EBM. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 2005.|
|Website||The Centre for Evidence-based Medicine|
Do you need help determining if a particular activity is eligible for CEUs?
The free Individual Activity Review tool is a resource to determine if CE activities fall within the domains of athletic training as defined in the BOC Practice Analysis, 7th Edition (PA7). The BOC ultimately determines if an activity is eligible for CEUs regardless of the outcome of this tool. Common topics that fall within the domains of athletic training:
Professional Development Needs Assessment (PDNA) is a tool intended to empower Athletic Trainers (ATs) of all experience levels to engage in self-reflection with the goal of assessing professional development needs across the domains of athletic training as defined in the BOC Practice Analysis, 7th Edition.
|ATs can use the results of a PDNA to:|
PDNA results are for personal use only and in no way impact current certification status.
The BOC has provided you with seven PDNA options to accommodate your needs. Each PDNA version is designed to provide a snapshot of your professional development needs.