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Documentation for Athletic Training by Documentation for Athletic Training, Third Edition provides all the important and relevant information that a practicing athletic trainer needs to possess to provide accurate documentation. These topics include legal considerations, electronic medical records, and numerous tips for effective verbal and written communication styles. This Third Edition by Drs. Jeff G. Konin and Margaret Frederick Thompson continues to provide a plethora of standard templates to refer to as examples of the most commonly used forms in athletic training practice settings. The authors represent decades of collective experience as clinicians, educators, and administrators and offer insight on the importance of timely and appropriate methods for athletic training documentation. Documentation for Athletic Training, Third Edition has strengthened chapters on electronic documentation and documentation for reimbursement. These are continuously-evolving areas that require an understanding of not just a single type of software system, but rather a foundation of knowledge related to the principles of each. Additionally, a chapter has been added on contemporary type of documentation. Communication in the forms of text messages, social media, and other common types of information sharing are discussed. Features inside the Third Edition: Learning objectives for each chapter "Pearls of Wisdom" on key points Discussion and study questions Worksheets and commonly used documentation forms Glossary of terms Symbols and medical terminology abbreviations Documentation for Athletic Training, Third Edition continues to be the only textbook dedicated to the topic of documentation and presents a wide array of methods and forms, providing students, educators, and clinicians with a multifaceted tool box for their documentation needs.
Call Number: GV207.4 .K66 2018
Sports-Related Concussion: Diagnosis and Management by This new edition reflects the explosion of knowledge in basic science and clinical care for athletes with mild traumatic brain injury or concussion. Interest in management and methodology for making diagnoses and improving the clinical outcomes have changed dramatically. All U.S. states have laws dictating how sports concussion patients are cared for and require return to play decisions be coordinated with best practice methods. Epidemiology, classification, and biology of sports concussion, as well as, brain imaging, assessment tests, neuropsychological measures, and management strategies are covered. Illustrative clinical cases, correlative examples, and historical insights are featured.
Call Number: RC394.C7 S56 2018
Sports Nutrition: A Handbook for Professionals by This sixth edition of Sports Nutrition offers timely research and evidence-based advice for health professionals working with athletes at all levels. Written and reviewed by esteemed sports registered dietitian nutritionists and other exercise experts, this edition incorporates theoretical and practical information and key takeaways designed for easy implementation in daily practice. Highlights include: A brand new chapter discussing emerging opportunities in sports nutrition Completely revised overview of exercise physiology, including a description of training principles Strategies for a sports nutrition assessment with application of macro- and micronutrient recommendations Updated population- and sports-specific recommendations, including new and in-depth discussion of considerations for various endurance events Important focus on the scope of practice for sports RDNs And much more!
Call Number: TX361.A8 S673 2017