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Stephanie M. Mazerolle, Christianne M. Eason, and Ashley Goodman

it pertains to work-life conflict, 3 , 16 burnout, 17 – 19 satisfaction, 6 , 20 , 21 and retention. 9 , 10 , 22 , 23 Yet, little is known about the personal aspects of career intentions and persistence for the athletic trainer. The intent to remain in one’s profession or organization is often

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Cole McClean, Michael A. Odio, and Shannon Kerwin

internship experiences can have variable influences on career intentions of students preparing to enter the sport industry; however, the mechanisms that cause this variable impact are still unknown. While the external (life and professional) events are difficult, if not impossible to control, educators

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Stephanie Mazerolle, Christianne M. Eason, and Stephanie Clines

The graduate assistant (GA) athletic trainer position often symbolizes an important transitory role from student to autonomous practitioner. The position also is used to help gain valuable experience for future employment. Our purpose was to understand the socialization process of the GA athletic trainer as well as investigate the career intentions as they begin to seek employment following their experiences in that transitory role. Twenty-five (5 males, 20 females) GA athletic trainers were recruited and participated in this study. Findings indicate the experiences of novice athletic trainers serving as GAs have the potential to both positively or negatively influence perceptions of the athletic training profession and, ultimately, career intentions.

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Stephanie M. Mazerolle, Ashley Dawson, and Rhyan Lazar

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Kasper Mäkelä, Mirja Hirvensalo, and Peter Whipp

One of the cause’s célèbre in the field of education has been teacher attrition; Physical education (PE) is no different. Some PE teachers are leaving the profession because they encounter stress and dissatisfaction in their profession. The purpose of this study is to determine the aspects that keep PE teachers happy and remaining in the profession. Seven job satisfaction factors were identified with principal component analysis and logistic regression models used to study the likelihood of teachers’ intention to stay in the profession. Those PE teachers who intended to stay in teaching were more satisfied with the resources, work community, their own expertise, recognition of teaching, manageability of work, students, as well as the quality of work. It was also found that satisfaction and commitment to teaching were strong predictors for staying in the profession. For early career teachers, manageability and quality of work were the factors that were strongly related to their intention to stay in the profession.

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Assessment of Dynamic Movements Gretchen D. Oliver PhD, FACSM, ATC, CES Audrey Stone PhD Jessica Washington 7 2016 21 21 4 4 30 30 33 33 10.1123/ijatt.2015-0050 Influences on Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers’ Career Intentions and Career Goals Stephanie Mazerolle PhD, ATC Christianne M. Eason

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Enhancement Footwear for Distance Runners: The Minimalism Trend Charles Bowles * MS Jatin P. Ambegaonkar * PhD, ACT, OT, CSCS Nelson Cortes * PhD Shane Caswell * PhD 11 2012 17 17 6 6 14 14 18 18 10.1123/ijatt.17.6.14 At Education Career Intentions of Female Athletic Training Students Stephanie M

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Teachers Career Intentions Kasper Mäkelä * Mirja Hirvensalo * Peter Whipp * 10 2015 34 4 680 699 10.1123/jtpe.2014-0081 Invited Paper Writing Quality Peer Reviews of Research Manuscripts Phillip Ward * Kim C. Graber * Hans van der Mars * 10 2015 34 4 700 715 10.1123/jtpe.2014-0158 Research Note

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Donovan PhD, ATC * Christopher D. Ingersoll PhD, ATC, FACSM, FNATA, FASAHP * Charles Armstrong PhD * Neal R. Glaviano PhD, ATC * 24 3 122 128 10.1123/ijatt.2017-0091 ijatt.2017-0091 Coping Behaviors of Collegiate Athletic Trainers and Their Causal Relationship to Career Intentions Stephanie M

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Colin G. Pennington, and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

. , & Whipp , P.R. ( 2014 ). Should I stay or should I go? Physical education teachers’ career intentions . Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport, 85 , 234 – 244 . doi:10.1080/02701367.2014.893052 10.1080/02701367.2014.893052 * Mäkelä , K. , Hirvensalo , M. , & Whipp , P.R. ( 2015