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SWOT analysis

strengths
weaknesses
opportunities
threats

in regards to strategic planning of why program is needed

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Policy

a clear and accurate written statements that identify the basic rules and principles (what and why) used to control and expedite decision making

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Procedures

describe the process by which something is done (the how)

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Institution must decide

who is to be treated outside of athletic population

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Sports coverage

ideally there should be an ATC at all practices, and contests, home and away

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ATR rules

- no cleats
- gear kept outside
- shoes off treatment tables
- shower before treatment
- roughhousing not allowed

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Non consumable capital equipment

- ice machines
- treatment tables
- isokinetic machines
- electrical therapeutic modalities

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Capital equipment

- crutches
- coolers
- athletic training kits

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Release of medical records

cannot release records to anyone without written consent
- athlete has to sign a waiver that specifies which information is to be released

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HIPAA

health insurance portability and accountability act
- guarantees patients have access to their medical records, gives them more control over how their protected health information is used and disclosed and gives a clear avenue of recourse if info is compromised

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Pre participation exams include

medical history
physical exam
cardiovascular screen
maturity assessment
orthopedic screening
wellness screen

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Sickle cell trait screening rule

NCAA: everyone has to be tested unless they prove they have been previously tested or by signing a waiver releasing the NCAA and their university from liability

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Accident

an unplanned event capable of resulting in loss of time, property damage

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Injury

damage to the body that restricts activity or causes disability to such an extent that the patient is not able to practice or compete the next day

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Injury prevalence

analyzes the total number of injuries in a specific population

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injury incidence rate

number of new injuries that occur in a particular population during a specified time period

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injury exposure rates

look at the incident of injuries per number of individual athlete exposures during a specific time period

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Epidemiology

study of factors affecting the health and illness of individuals and populations
- take this approach

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extrinsic factor

type of activity that is performed, the amount of exposure to injury, factors in the environment, and the equipment

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intrinsic factor

the athlete, includes age, gender, neuromuscular aspects, structural aspects, performance aspects, and mental and psychological aspects

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NCAA injury surveillance system

purpose is to study the incidence of football injuries so that rule change recommendations could be made to reduce the injury rate