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Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training

Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training

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    Table of Contents

    Course Introduction

    Overview of Evidence-Based Practice

    • Review questions for chapters 1 to 3 of the print book:

    - EBP models

    - PICO and searching

    - Threats and strengths to research

    • Read the selected article from the Journal of Sport Rehabilitation

    • Answer the review questions (15 total)

    Critical Appraisal of EBP in AT

    • Review questions for chapters 4 to 8

    - Diagnostic research

    - Prognostic research

    - Systematic reviews and meta-analyses

    - Clinical practice guidelines

    - Review outcome measures

    • Read the selected article from the Journal of Sport Rehabilitation

    • Answer the review questions (20 total)

    Research Statistics and Design

    • Review questions for chapters 9 to 11

    - Quantitative research

    - Qualitative research

    - Research ethics

    • Read the selected article from the Journal of Sport Rehabilitation

    • Answer the review questions (15 total)

    Course Exam: 50-question multiple-choice or true-or-false questions

    About the Author

    Scot Raab, PhD, is an assistant professor in the athletic training education program at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Raab earned his PhD in teaching and administration and has more than 20 years of experience in clinical practice, higher education instruction, and methodological review to contribute to EBP education. He teaches several research courses and mentors undergraduate and graduate students in research projects.

    Debbie Craig, PhD, is the director of the athletic training education program in the department of physical therapy and athletic training and a professor at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. With more than a decade of clinical practice in athletic training and a PhD in educational leadership, Craig is an authority in EBP and research protocols. She teaches EBP to graduate students and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.