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Helping Athletic Training Students Deal With Stress

Adam Naylor, Damien Clement, and Todd Gilson

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Rationale for Using a Pre-Assessment Tool Prior to Injury Rehabilitation

Damien Clement and Vanessa R. Shannon

Edited by Adam Naylor

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Performance Enhancement Groups for Injured Athletes

Damien Clement, Vanessa R. Shannon, and Ian J. Connole

Edited by Adam Naylor

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Performance Enhancement Groups for Injured Athletes, Part 2: Implementation and Facilitation

Damien Clement, Vanessa R. Shannon, and Ian J. Connole

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Performance Enhancement Groups for Injured Athletes, Part 1: Preparation and Development

Damien Clement, Vanessa R. Shannon, and Ian J. Connole

Edited by Jatin P. Ambegaonkar

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College Athletes’ Expectations About Injury Rehabilitation With an Athletic Trainer

Joe Hart, Damien Clement, Jordan Hamson-Utley, Monna Arvinen-Barrow, Cindra Kamphoff, Rebecca A. Zakrajsek, and Scott B. Martin

Context:

Injured athletes begin the rehabilitation process with expectations about the nature of the working relationship with an athletic trainer. These expectations can infuence the effectiveness of the assistance provided.

Objective:

To determine whether male and female athletes differed in terms of expectations about injury rehabilitation services with an athletic trainer.

Design:

A questionnaire was administered to student athletes that assessed expectations about injury rehabilitation. Setting: Five colleges and universities.

Patients or Other Participants:

Questionnaire responses were provided by 679 student athletes (443 males and 236 females).

Main Outcome Measure:

Responses to the Expectations about Athletic Training questionnaire were used to assess factors identifed as Personal Commitment, Facilitative Conditions, Athletic Trainer Expertise, and Realism.

Results:

A statistically signifcant interaction between gender and prior experience was identifed. Male athletes with no prior experience had lower expectations for a facilitative environment. Female athletes with prior experience were less likely to have realistic expectations.

Conclusions:

Gender and prior experience infuence athletes’ expectations of injury rehabilitation with an athletic trainer.