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Caitlin Brinkman, Shelby E. Baez, Francesca Genoese and Johanna M. Hoch

’s confidence and provide insight into appropriate goals to develop with the patient in order to improve self-efficacy. Finally, the results of these studies demonstrate the importance of interprofessional collaboration. Coppack et al 8 and Evans and Hardy 7 included a sports psychologist in the

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Erin Macaronas, Shannon David and Nicole German

A healthy, 21-year-old football player presented to the athletic trainer with pain and swelling over anteromedial aspect of his lower right leg after being “cleated”. Physical examination revealed a hematoma, ecchymosis, and no unusual sensations. The physician’s physical examination revealed a superficial fluid filled collection, ecchymosis, minimal discomfort with palpation and no muscular deficiencies. MRI results revealed an organized collection of fluid in the subcutaneous tissue, confirming a Morel Lavallée lesion. The fluid collection resolved, without aspiration, and the athlete finished the season without further complications due the interprofessional collaboration between medical staff.

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Rebecca M. Hirschhorn, Cassidy Holland, Amy F. Hand and James M. Mensch

affect physicians’ perceptions of athletic trainers’ skills. In recent years, health care has shifted more to an interprofessional collaboration (IPC) paradigm regarding patient care. Interprofessional collaboration occurs when professionals from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds work together

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Christine C. Center, Samuel J. Wilkins, Ross Mathiasen and Adam B. Rosen

between life or death for the injured athlete. The management of an acute SDH requires early recognition of the signs and symptoms, and immediate activation of EMS. In this case, a positive outcome resulted from successful interprofessional collaboration. The process of identifying this rare and often

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Kelly L. Holzberger, Kim Keeley and Martin Donahue

Key Points ▸ Left untreated, supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) can negatively impact daily life and activity. ▸ Interprofessional collaboration is necessary to manage an athlete with SVT. ▸ Recognizing signs and symptoms and obtaining an accurate patient history are crucial for diagnosing SVT. The

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Scott W. Cheatham

ELCP , Soares CB . Experiences and shared meaning of teamwork and interprofessional collaboration among health care professionals in primary health care settings: a systematic review . JBI Database System Rev Implement Rep . 2017 ; 15 ( 11 ): 2723 – 2788 . PubMed ID: 29135752 doi