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1

What organization was found in 1950?

NATA

2

What year was the NATA founded?

1950

3

What is the difference between an AT and PT

A PT is trained in the rehab of diverse population

4

What are 4 signs of "Burnout"?

Insomnia(can't sleep)
Angry
Self Pre Occupied
Attentiveness

5

What is most important thing an AT should do when taking history from an athlete?

Be an active listener

6

When assisting the general public to understand "Sports Medicine"

Multidisciplinary

7

Tort is an act of___and___?

Omission
Commission

8

AT should carry what type of insurance?

Professional Liability Insurance

9

Which of the following models of supervision for a head athletic trainer could be described as "mentoring approach"?

Developmental supervision

10

Statue of limitations for negligence suit has how many years?

1-3

11

Which type of insurance should the AT carry in case of a criminal complaint involving negligence?

Professional Liability Insurance

12

An AT is working in a clinical setting. Which of the populations is the athletic trainer best suited to treat?

Physically active patients

13

What is Geriatric patient?

Patients older 60

14

State of being legally responsible for the harm one causes another person?

Liability

15

If an athlete slips on a slippery wet floor, falls, and brakes his wrist. The AT may be considered?

Negligence

16

An AT is intoxicated at work. What NATA Code of Ethics does it fall under?

Members Shall Practice With Compassion, Respecting the Rights, Welfare and Dignity of Others

17

What is not a specialization in sports medicine?

Recreational therapy

18

What was founded in 1990

AMA

19

AMA founded in?

1990

20

When an AT is taking history what type of listening should they be using?

Analytical

21

___and___are 2 major components of "professionalism"

Commitment
Open-Mindedness

22

What two individuals should have access to data bases containing an athletes medical records should be?

Athletic Trainer
Team Physician

23

What is the most important form athletes must sign?

Assumptions of risk

24

A medical condition that is not covered by insurance?

Exclusion

25

What is an "Rider"

Additional benefit to what already in a plan.

26

Insurance premium

The amount of money paid for an insurance policy

27

What is a good way for an athletic trainer to protect himself or herself from negligence??

Good documentation

28

What is a state credential?

License

29

What is not mandatory when asking for insured patients info?

Patients mothers maiden name

30

What are the 3 ethical decision making segments?

Egoism
Utilitarianism
Formalism