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Stephanie M. Mazerolle, Emily Sterling and Jim Mench

Women athletic trainers leave the profession of athletic training after the age of 28. The reasons appear complex, but are not well defined in the literature, as many studies examine intent, not actual attrition. We used a descriptive qualitative study with a general inductive approach. Twelve females (4 single with no children, 5 married with children, and 3 married with no children) who left the profession of athletic training between the ages of 28 and 35 participated. Attrition from athletic training for our participants was triggered by organizational, individual, and sociocultural factors. These can be broken down to four main themes of family values, work-life imbalance, sexism, and financial concerns.

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” is available to read in its entirety, at . U.S. Department of Labor Rules on Salary and Overtime Protections In April, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a new fact sheet on higher education institutions and overtime pay

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Carrie S. Baker and Gary B. Wilkerson

. Participants were asked to provide demographic information (years in the profession, salary range, sex, job role) and to complete the Institute for Collegiate Sports Medicine (ICSM) College and University Athletic Trainer Stress Survey. 19 The 25-item survey has a five-level set of response options for each

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

MM: role conflict. Benefits of AM: Role congruency. Barriers of AM: Role strain and work-life balance. ATs in TM had significantly greater stress scores, lower salary ranges, worked more hours, and reported more job dissatisfaction than ATs in the MM. Role congruity: 92% of participants were aware of

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Stephanie Di Lemme, Jon Sanderson, Richard G. Celebrini and Geoffrey C. Dover

represent a large proportion of severe injuries resulting in a loss of playing time of at least 3 weeks. 1 Furthermore, foot or leg injuries account for the largest cost in salaries due to games missed in the National Hockey League (NHL), accounting for an estimated 68 million dollars. 3 Talus fractures

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Stephanie M. Mazerolle and Chantel Hunter

setting (17.5 ± 7) and 21 years of overall experience (21 ± 8). The average work week for our participants during the in-season (i.e., team was engaged in competition) phase of the year was 75 ± 12 hr, and during the off-season phase it was 28 ± 10 hr. The average salary was $114,059.00 ± $40

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Danielle Peers

because they are almost always chosen and designed by nondisabled people, the raised funds most often go to paying nondisabled people’s salaries and research interests, and that the harm it does to all disabled people far outweighs the supports it may offer for a few. If APA researchers wish to partner

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Sarah A. McGraw, Christopher R. Deubert, Holly Fernandez Lynch, Alixandra Nozzolillo, Lauren Taylor and I. Glenn Cohen

). Nonetheless, the NFLPA has in recent years negotiated benefits and created programs aimed at helping former players, which we commend. Although this means that current players are effectively contributing funds that would otherwise be allocated to their salaries, they will eventually be former players, too