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Clinical Course Descriptions

HAL 581 - Athletic Training Clinical I

This course provides the student with their first clinical experience. The student will be supervised by a preceptor at all times during their clinical experience. The student will practice patient care and professional skills and behaviors on a daily basis. Emphasis is placed on topics related to the student’s previous areas of classroom study (foundations of athletic training, principles of physical agents, evidence-based practice, lower extremity evaluation, diagnosis, and therapeutic intervention) and immediate incorporation of concurrent classroom topics (upper extremity evaluation, diagnosis, and therapeutic intervention, critical care). 

HAL 582 - Athletic Training Clinical II

This course offers assignments in clinical settings related to the student’s area of study (Principles of Physical Agents, Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment I & II, Critical Care).This course will give the student the opportunity to observe and integrate skills under the supervision of a preceptor. The student will practice comprehensive patient care and professional skills and behaviors on a daily basis in preparation for independent clinical practice upon graduation.

HAL 583 - Athletic Training Clinical III

This course provides the student with their third clinical experience. The student will be supervised by a preceptor at all times during their clinical experience. The student will practice comprehensive patient care and professional skills and behaviors on a daily basis in preparation for independent clinical practice upon graduation.

HAL 584 - Athletic Training Clinical IV

This course provides the student with their fourth clinical experience. The student will be supervised by a preceptor at all times during their clinical experience. The student will practice comprehensive patient care and professional skills and behaviors on a daily basis in preparation for independent clinical practice upon graduation. 

HAL 585 - Athletic Training Clinical V

This course provides the student with their fifth clinical experience. The student will be supervised by a preceptor at all times during their clinical experience. The student will practice comprehensive patient care and professional skills and behaviors on a daily basis in preparation for independent clinical practice upon graduation. 

HAL 586 - General Medical Clinical

This course provides the student with a general medical clinical experience through rotations with health care providers in different settings.  The student will be supervised by a preceptor at all times during their clinical experience. The student will practice comprehensive patient care and professional skills and behaviors on a daily basis in preparation for independent clinical practice upon graduation. 

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