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Mental Health Services for Canadian University Student-Athletes: An Exploratory Survey

Sara L. Giovannetti, Jessica R.G. Robertson, Heather L. Colquhoun, and Cindy K. Malachowski

needs of their student-athletes? Methods Research Design A cross-sectional electronic survey design was used to gather data through open- and closed-ended questions. Survey questions were developed after an extensive literature review, which included appraisal of comparable surveys, such as the Healthy

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Soccer Players’ Sleep Quality and Training Load Were Affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown: An International Survey

Mohamed Romdhani, Jad Adrian Washif, Lee Taylor, Karim Chamari, and

, competing at any given level; • I am at least 18 years old; • I have been or I still in the lockdown; • I have read and understood the survey’s instructions; • I will answer the survey questions as accurately as possible; • I declare my agreement to participate in this study. Level of competitiveness

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Understanding Athletic Trainers’ Knowledge, Intervention, and Barriers Toward Arthrogenic Muscle Inhibition

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

barriers to treating AMI. Figure 1 —Number of publications per year after searching “arthrogenic muscle inhibition” in the Web of Science online database. Methods Study Design and Instrument Development We constructed an online survey that consisted of demographic information, general knowledge of AMI

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Youth Basketball Coaches’ Perceptions and Implementation of Fundamental Movement Skills Training: Toward a Realist Evaluation

Mark David Williams, Andrew M. Hammond, and Jason Moran

of snowball and criterion-based, sampling approaches to recruit potential participants ( Smith et al., 2016 ; Sparkes, 2014 ). We utilized online survey methods because we were interested in surveying individuals who were from any nation and who identified as basketball coaches (i.e., the criterion

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The World is Watching Women’s Soccer: Audiences’ Multiplatform Experience During the World Cup

Tang Tang, Christiana Schallhorn, Qing Guo, and Danielle Sarver Coombs

media use by fans during the 2019 Women’s World Cup, this study offers a cross-country analysis of differences in media use and platforms throughout the tournament. Fans from three countries—China, Germany, and the United States—were surveyed in this study with measurements to understand media use as

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Have We Forgotten Our Patient? An Exploration of Patient Experiences After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Wouter Welling, Alli Gokeler, Anne Benjaminse, Evert Verhagen, and Koen Lemmink

understand patients’ needs during rehabilitation. 8 , 9 This may potentially have a positive influence on RTS outcomes after ACLR. Therefore, open-ended surveys can help since this method provides meaning and understanding of the context by collecting information from the patients’ perspective. 10

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Measuring Physical Education Teacher Socialization With Respect to Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programming

Christopher Barton Merica, Cate A. Egan, Collin A. Webster, Diana Mindrila, Grace Goc Karp, David R. Paul, Hailey McKown, and Seth Rose

have used theory to guide CSPAP research in the development of surveys to assess quantifiable outcomes ( Orendorff et al., 2021 , 2022 ; Webster, 2011 ; Webster et al., 2010 , 2013 , 2020b , 2020c ). To date, a validated instrument to measure the latent factors of PETs’ CSPAP involvement from a

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Operationally Conceptualizing Physical Literacy: Results of a Delphi Study

Chelsee A. Shortt, Collin A. Webster, Richard J. Keegan, Cate A. Egan, and Ali S. Brian

Participants The selection of PL academics for the survey followed Delphi “expert” nomination recommendations ( Delbecq et al., 1975 ; Green, 2014 ). Using references from the literature analysis in Phase 1 of the study, a list of targeted survey participants ( N  = 53) was created. Information about these

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Measuring and Comparing Physical Education Teachers’ Perceived Attributes of CSPAPs: An Innovation Adoption Perspective

Collin A. Webster, Diana Mîndrilă, Chanta Moore, Gregory Stewart, Karie Orendorff, and Sally Taunton

515 individuals who participated in different parts of the study, described in the following sections (see “Procedures” section). Instrumentation We developed an online survey as part of a larger investigation of physical education teachers’ perceptions of CSPAPs. The final version of the survey

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An Investigation Into the Reasons Physical Education Professionals Use Twitter

Stephen Harvey and Brendon Hyndman

. 1020) and become commonplace within their educational practices ( Henderson et al., 2017 ; Selwyn, 2016 ; Veletsianos, 2016 ). In this study, we investigate reasons physical education (PE) professionals use Twitter through data generated from a mixed-method survey. We interrogate findings from the