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Matthew R. Kutz

, specifically what it is, how it is developed, and who can do it, is the key to thriving in the turbulence of VUCA. I am convinced that a large part of that reframing includes integrating Contextual intelligence (CI) into our clinical practice and decision making. Athletic training’s focus on developing

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Jana L. Fogaca, Jack C. Watson II, and Sam J. Zizzi

”); (c) contextual intelligence, containing four items (e.g., “identify language and concepts unique to this particular setting”); and (d) ethics, including four items (e.g., “affiliation with professional organization(s) having ethics code”). Participants were asked to rate their perceptions of their