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Deficiency of Athletic Trainers in California Secondary Schools

Riana R. Pryor, Summer Runestad, Bethany A. Chong Gum, Nathan J. Fuller, Moon Kang, and Jennifer J. Beck

Key Points ▸ Nearly two-thirds of California secondary schools do not hire a certified athletic trainer. ▸ Fewer California secondary schools hire an athletic trainer compared to the nationwide average. ▸ Many schools hired nonmedical personnel to provide sports medicine services to student

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Retention of Athletic Trainers in the Secondary School Setting

Kristen Couper Schellhase, Emily Tran, Shannon Carmody, Peter Dawry, and L. Colby Mangum

athletic trainers in secondary school settings. 12 The secondary school setting is often characterized by a greater number of patients and the additional role of teacher, which can be unique to other practice settings. In addition, anecdotal evidence suggests that athletic trainers frequently discuss the

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Economic Analysis of Secondary School Outreach Athletic Training Services

Brian A. Czajka

Participation in secondary school athletics is common in the United States with over 7.8 million participants during the 2022–2023 school year. 1 Taking part in athletic practice and competition is not free from risk of injury, with over 1.2 million injuries occurring annually. 2 In 1998

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The Secondary School Curriculum: Teachers’ and Students’ Perspectives

Dominique Banville, Risto Marttinen, and Alba Rodrigues

Studies examining children’s experiences of curriculum offerings in physical education (PE) are primarily focused on secondary schools as multiple studies show that students’ attitudes toward PE start to drop around sixth grade ( Silverman, 2017 ). So not surprisingly, the origins of this study

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Athletic Trainers’ Perceived Challenges Toward Comprehensive Concussion Management in the Secondary School Setting

Cailee E. Welch Bacon, Gary W. Cohen, Melissa C. Kay, Dayna K. Tierney, and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

environment, family members should monitor symptoms, including sleep-related symptoms, as well as impose prescribed rest and recovery recommendations. 12 , 13 Comprehensive concussion assessment and management in the secondary school setting not only necessitates athletic trainers to establish relationships

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Policies, Procedures, and Confidence in Managing Pregnancy Among Secondary School Athletic Trainers

Kaylie Simpson, John Goetschius, and Victor Liberi

Adolescent pregnancy rates are higher in the United States than in any other developed country. 1 , 2 An athletic trainer (AT) serves as a primary health care provider and confidant for many secondary school students and should be prepared to manage pregnancy. The management of pregnancy

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Burnout in Secondary School Athletic Trainers, Part II: Correlations With Substance Use

Leslie W. Oglesby, Andrew R. Gallucci, Anna K. Porter, and Ashlyne P. Elliott

drinking episode in the previous 30 days. 15 However, that recent study of ATs 4 only examined ATs that work in the collegiate setting. Those findings may not be generalizable to ATs that work in other settings such as the secondary school setting, which comprises approximately 26% of the certified

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Antecedents and Consequences of Student-Athletes’ Identity Profiles in Upper Secondary School

Ali Moazami-Goodarzi, Matilda Sorkkila, Kaisa Aunola, and Tatiana V. Ryba

-individual differences in student and athletic identity and the role that different identity profiles play in academic and sports outcomes. Therefore, the present study aimed to examine student-athletes’ identity in the upper secondary school context, where student-athletes are faced with academic and athletic

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Perceptions of Self-Care and Work–Life Balance Among Secondary School Athletic Trainers

Stephanie M. Singe, Alexandrya H. Cairns, and Christianne M. Eason

Work–life balance continues to be a concern for athletic trainers working in the secondary school setting, 1 , 2 regardless of sex, marital, or family situation. 3 – 8 Long working hours that have been commonly reported by athletic trainers working within the sport organization model and the

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Burnout in Secondary School Athletic Trainers, Part I: Correlations With Situational Variables

Leslie W. Oglesby, Andrew R. Gallucci, Anna K. Porter, and Ashlyne P. Elliott

’ Association (NATA) work in the secondary school setting, 9 research pertaining to burnout of ATs in this setting is scarce. In one published study, 10 researchers found that secondary school ATs suffered from moderate work–family conflict. While increases in work–family conflict have been associated with