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Jodee M. Roberts, Matthew J. Rivera, Zachary K. Winkelmann, and Lindsey E. Eberman

(range = 28–36, adequate = 27/27, 100%). The majority of participants had some form of experience with health care services ( n  = 146, 91%), the most of which being with on-campus athletic training/sports medicine services ( n  = 133, 83%). The majority had experience with off-campus health clinics ( n

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Emily A. Hall, Dario Gonzalez, and Rebecca M. Lopez

campus health services; specifically, the head AT reports to another healthcare professional. 5 The organizational infrastructure that employs collegiate athletic trainers may have an effect on athletic trainer job satisfaction and quality of life. 5 – 10 Coaches at the collegiate level often have a

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Aidan D. Kraus and Erica Tibbetts

. Additionally, at the conclusion of the survey, a message was included for all respondents that contained contact information for the campus health and counseling center, off-campus counseling services, online counseling services, and national mental health support lines. Furthermore, a therapist at the campus

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Jackson M. Howard, Bonnie C. Nicholson, Michael B. Madson, Richard S. Mohn, and Emily Bullock-Yowell

gratification, and taking a strengths-focused approach ( Bashant, 2014 ). Third, we ask that university athletic departments and campus health professionals emphasize how grit may assist student-athletes beyond sport including understanding grit in many different domains, such as with career decision making and