The Athletic Trainer’s Role in Providing Emergency Care in Conjunction With the Emergency Medical Services

in International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training
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Stephanie Mazerolle is the Program Director for the entry-level Athletic Training Program at the University of Connecticut. She has previous work experience at the secondary school level, and her research interests include evidence based practice and heat illnesses.

Kelly Pagnotta is a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut. She has previous work experience at the secondary school level. Ms. Pagnotta serves as Chief Information Officer for Korey Stringer Institute and assisted the state of Arkansas with their policy development and education regarding EHS.

Kristin Applegate completed her master's degree at the University of Connecticut and is currently serving as the athletic trainer for Berlin High School through Select Physical Therapy.

Douglas Casa is an associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology, Director of Athletic Training Education, and the Chief Operating Officer of the Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut. He has been involved in athletic training education for over 10 years and was the 2007 recipient of the Sayers “Bud” Miller Distinguished Educator Award. His research interests involve heat and hydration issues with athletes.

Carl Maresh is a kinesiology professor and department head and was named a Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor in 2010. His research interests include heat and hydration issues, dietary supplementation, and fluid replacement.