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Erratum. Effect of Mindful Sports Performance Enhancement in College Athletes for Reducing Sports-Caused Anxiety and Improving Self-Awareness: A Critically Appraised Topic

International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training

-awareness: A critically appraised topic . International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training . Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1123/ijatt.2023-0054 The full name of the MSPE intervention was misstated in the title and in the text of the article. The approach is called Mindful Sport

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The Influence of Chronic Pain and Catastrophizing on Patient Outcomes in an Athletic Therapy Setting

Meaghan Hindle, Katherine Aldinger, and Geoff Dover

Chronic pain is a significant health care problem, and it is a challenge in Athletic Training and Athletic Therapy (AT) as well. It has been estimated that 57% of all adult Americans report recurrent or chronic pain in a calendar year. 1 Approximately 62% of those people reported being in pain for

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Are Irish Athletic Therapy Students Confident in Concussion Assessment and Management? A Cross-Sectional Study of Final Year Students’ Self-Efficacy

Anna P. Postawa, Enda F. Whyte, and Siobhán O’Connor

introduce a standardized curriculum. 12 To date, concussion-related teaching trends 13 , 14 and student knowledge 15 were investigated in the United States 13 , 14 and Canada 15 ; however, no research explored this in the Irish athletic therapy programs. Knowledge gaps may affect clinicians’ ability to

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Technology in Athletic Therapy

Paul Grace

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Athletic Therapy Today

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Economic Issues in Athletic Therapy

Paul Grace

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Athletic Therapy in Professional Sports

Lidsy McLean

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Hospital Based Athletic Therapy Settings

Edward R. Elder

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Athletic Therapy for Dance Injuries

Richard J. Carey

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Mental Health Literacy and Confidence in a Sample of Student Athletic Therapists

Philip Sullivan and Laura Tennant

first year of study, 23 in second year, 42 in third year, 41 in fourth year, six in fifth year, and five in a graduate degree or diploma. Participants were students in four of eight Canadian Athletic Therapy Association accredited programs and one university with a strong athletic therapy stream in its