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3 days ago

Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article "Descriptive Analysis of Forces Applied by Trained Clinicians During 2-Handed Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization" by Taylor C. Stevenson, BSN and colleagues.
Article: https://bit.ly/42iblju

Monday Feb 27, 2023

Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the recent article by Romain Tourillon, PT, MSc, CMP and colleagues titled Effects of a Single Electrical Stimulation Session on Foot Force Production, Foot Dome Stability, and Dynamic Postural Control.
Link: https://bit.ly/3lEqAlR

Wednesday Feb 15, 2023

Dr. Shelby Baez interviews Dr. Nicollette Harris about their recent publication titled Board of Certification Examination Achievement Gaps as a Barrier to Diversifying the Athletic Training Profession.
Article: https://bit.ly/3IscNI9
Guest Biography: Dr. Nicolette “Nikki” Harris serves as an Assistant Professor and the Director of Student Recruitment for the Athletic Training Programs at A.T. Still University. An alumnus of the ATSU Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) program, Dr. Harris brings a wealth of clinical experience to her department. Prior to arriving to ATSU, she spent 6 years as the Coordinator for Athletic Training Services for Florida International University (FIU) where she worked mature the health care services provided to both FIU students and campus recreation participants. In addition, she served 3 years as the Head Athletic Trainer at Miami Booker T. Washington Senior High school providing care to secondary school athletes during their pursuit of 4 State Championship Titles.
In addition to her clinical practice, she has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor and Clinical Preceptor to athletic training students. Nikki actively engages in professional service at all levels, currently sitting as the NATA Career Advancement Committee (CAC) Chair, Co-Chair for the Educators Subgroup of the NATA AT Compensation Taskforce, the BOC Liaison to the Athletic Training Research Agenda Committee (ATRAC), the Co-Chair for the ATSU ASHS Diversity Enrichment in Education Committee as well as a member of the CAATE Education Committee. Dr. Harris values the effects of research on practice and education and has demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice through her scholarly works.

Monday Jan 30, 2023

Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the paper titled Preliminary Report on the Train the Brain Project, Part II: Neuroplasticity of Augmented Neuromuscular Training and Improved Injury-Risk Biomechanics by Dr. Dustin Grooms and colleagues. This paper is featured in the special issue on pediatric ACL injury.
Article: https://bit.ly/3FxYajK
Issue: https://bit.ly/3j0vB6I

Monday Jan 23, 2023

Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the paper titled Preliminary Report on the Train the Brain Project: Sensorimotor Neural Correlates of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Risk Biomechanics - Part I by Dr. Dustin Grooms and colleagues. This paper is featured in the special issue on pediatric ACL injury.
Article: https://bit.ly/3jhgQMZ
Issue: https://bit.ly/3j0vB6I

Monday Jan 16, 2023

Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Sandra Shultz and Dr. Brian Pietrosimone, the guest editors for the upcoming Special Issue of the Journal of Athletic Training focused on pediatric ACL injury and injury rehabilitation.
Issue: https://bit.ly/3QF4JWQ
Dr. Sandra Shultz
Dr. Shultz’s research interests stemmed from her clinical practice as a certified athletic trainer, and has focused on the underlying factors that increase a female’s susceptibility to ACL injury. She has received over $1.6M in external funding and published 100+ peer-reviewed publications. She teaches an undergraduate course in the recognition of injury and illness, and graduate level courses in neural control of human movement and in grant writing. She has chaired 15 PhD dissertations and 20 MS theses focused on ACL risk and prevention. Dr. Shultz is a Fellow of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the National Academy of Kinesiology and the American College of Sports Medicine, and was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 2015.
Dr. Brian Pietrosimone
Dr. Pietrosimone’s research focuses on understanding the multifaceted development of posttraumatic osteoarthritis following knee injuries. He is particularly interested in developing multimodal treatment strategies to prevent posttraumatic osteoarthritis in those who have sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury. Dr. Pietrosimone has published over 190 peer-reviewed original research manuscripts and has lectured nationally and internationally on the research he has conducted with his team.

Monday Nov 14, 2022

Dr. Shelby Baez interviews Dana White, MS, RDN, ATC about the Interassociation Consensus Statement on Sports Nutrition Models for the Provision of Nutrition Services from Registered Dietitian Nutritionists in Collegiate Athletics.
Article: https://bit.ly/3UugX5M
Dana Angelo White, MS, RDN, ATC is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified athletic trainer, cookbook author, journalist, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She specializes in culinary nutrition, recipe development and sports nutrition. Dana works closely with chefs and authors to develop creative and healthy recipes for cookbooks, magazines and menus. She is the nutrition expert for Food Network.com and founding contributor for Food Network’s Healthy Eats blog.

Monday Nov 07, 2022

Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article Clinical Management of Patellar Tendinopathy which was featured in the July issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
Article: https://bit.ly/3Tg71LX

Monday Oct 10, 2022

Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the "Use of Lifesaving Medications by Athletic Trainers" by Dr. Mark Hoffman and colleagues which is featured in the July issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
Article Link: https://bit.ly/3E4szHb

Monday Oct 03, 2022

Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Christianne Eason and Dr. Alicia Lacy about their recent article Youth Athletes' Parents' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession.
Article Link: https://bit.ly/3SrAWB6
Dr. Christianne Eason is the President of Sport Safety at the Korey Stringer Institute housed at the University of Connecticut. Christy is a certified athletic trainer and has worked clinically in the NCAA Division I, NCAA Division III, and secondary school settings. Prior to joining the KSI team, Dr. Eason worked as an Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and the graduate school coordinator for the School of Health Sciences at Lasell University. Her research interests focus on the work-life interface of athletic trainers and the examination of individual and organizational level factors that impact retention. She has expertise in qualitative and mixed-methodologies. Dr. Eason earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from the University of Connecticut, her Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Physical Activity from James Madison University and her Doctorate in Sport Management from the University of Connecticut.
Dr. Alicia Lacy is an assistant professor of athletic training in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Maine. Prior to her position at UMaine, she taught/co-taught various courses during her doctoral studies (UConn) and post-doctoral research fellowship (A.T. Still University) including Health and Medicine, Evidence-Based Practice, and Qualitative Research Methodology. She currently teaches Prevention and Care for Sports Injuries. Dr. Lacy’s research focus involves the use of active learning strategies to develop effective educational interventions and approaches within the field of athletic training that improve clinician practice and optimize patient outcomes. In addition to her UMaine responsibilities and research agenda, Dr. Lacy serves as a reviewer for multiple academic journals, volunteers with the Board of Certification to provide support for select initiatives, and is a member of the NATA Foundation’s Educational Resources Committee and Korey Stringer Institute’s Medical and Science Advisory Board.

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