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Diane L. Gill, Pam Kocher Brown, and Erin J. Reifsteck

The online EdD in kinesiology at UNCG evolved from the face-to-face EdD, which was designed as an interdisciplinary doctoral degree tailored to working professionals in kinesiology. The new online EdD, which is the only online doctoral program in kinesiology, retains that broad, interdisciplinary curriculum and focuses on developing practicing scholars in kinesiology teaching, leadership, and advocacy. The fully-online EdD program faces many challenges, including technology issues, faculty buy-in, retention, and dissertation completion. To meet those challenges, the EdD curriculum is structured in a four-year cohort model, emphasizing collaboration and connections from the initial campus orientation session through the dissertation defense.

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Samuel Porter, Noora Ronkainen, Richard Sille, and Martin Eubank

and experiences within the industry ( Clarkson et al., 2020 ). Context of First Author At the point of initial contact and intervention, I was 16 months into a 4-year British Psychological Society accredited professional doctorate in sport and exercise psychology at a U.K. university. It is hoped that

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Daniel R.F. Martin, Alessandro Quartiroli, and Christopher R.D. Wagstaff

’s Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology (QSEP; n  = 7), a professional doctorate in sport and exercise psychology ( n  = 4), or a PhD in sport and exercise psychology ( n  = 3), one participant was completing the BPS QSEP alongside a PhD in sport and exercise psychology. The participants’ primary form

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David Price, Christopher R.D. Wagstaff, and Richard C. Thelwell

At the time of the case study, I (first author) was in my third year of a Professional Doctorate, training as a Sport and Exercise Psychologist (SEP) in the United Kingdom. The Professional Doctorate is an accredited training pathway by the Health and Care Professions Council, which offers dual

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Richard A. Sille, Martin J. Turner, and Martin R. Eubank

met part of the criteria to become chartered with the British Psychological Society (BPS), known as Stage 1. I was building my professional qualifications by undertaking a professional doctorate in sport and exercise psychology. Completion of this course constitutes the final stage of the official

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Amy Price, Dave Collins, John Stoszkowski, and Shane Pill

professional doctorate in Elite Performance at University of Central Lancashire (Preston, England). As an active soccer coach and coach developer, Amy is interested in player learning for team sport and games. As an academic, Dave Collins has over 350 peer review publications and 70 books/chapters. As a

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Justin L. Rush, David A. Sherman, David M. Bazett-Jones, Christopher D. Ingersoll, and Grant E. Norte

.0%%  Professional doctorate (MD and DO) 1 (1.0%)  Academic doctorate (PhD and EdD) 5 (3.5%)  Fellowship/residency trained 3 (2.1%) Credentials (n = 120)  Physical therapist 8 (7.0%)  Certified strength and conditioning specialist 13 (10.8%)  Performance enhancement specialist 10 (8.3%)  Athletic therapist 3 (2

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Julian North, David Piggott, Alexandra Rankin-Wright, and Michael Ashford

University. His other activities include working with external clients such as UEFA, UK Sport, and Sport Scotland, and with PhD, professional doctorate, and master-level students. He is currently interim chair for the International Council for Coaching Excellence’s Research Committee and a community football

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Amy E. Burton, Louise Clancy, and Lisa Cowap

adults with sight loss and the third author is a research officer and professional doctorate student who has conducted focus groups for several health research projects. Neither researcher had any prior relationship with the research participants. The focus group guide was developed in line with the

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Nick Wadsworth and Adam Hargreaves

registered). I successfully passed my Professional Doctorate in Sport and Exercise Psychology on March 31, 2020 and “celebrated” this achievement during the strictest of lockdown periods in the United Kingdom. Successfully gaining chartered status did not change my approach to practice, but preparing for