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Larry Cooper MS LAT ATC NATA Secondary School Athletic Trainer Committee District 2 Representative Larry Cooper MS LAT ATC cooperlpenntraffordorg Penn Trafford High School NATA District 2 Representative to the Secondary School Athletic Trainers Committee ID: 808924 Download

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Changing the Culture of Sports Medicine Education in Secondary Schools

Larry Cooper, MS, LAT, ATCNATA Secondary School Athletic Trainer CommitteeDistrict 2 Representative

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Larry Cooper, MS,

LAT, ATC

cooperl@penntrafford.org

Penn Trafford High School

NATA District 2 Representative to the Secondary School Athletic Trainers CommitteeWPIAL Sports Medicine Advisory Committee34 years as a Teacher/Athletic Trainer at the Secondary School level26 years at Penn Trafford

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What is the current culture ?

We as a committee started asking ourselves these very important questions:Who is teaching the course ?What is being taught ?

Does it align with any governing bodies ?

Who develops the content/curriculum ?

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There were AT’s from all over the country assisting with this project with a wide variety of backgrounds.

Who is teaching the course ? Educators with many different backgrounds and specialty areas

What is being taught?

It varied from state to state

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Does it align with any governing organizations?

Not the NATAWho develops the content/curriculum? UnsureIs it broke?

We don’t think so

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New Guidelines

Align with national standardsTrying to help this being a national course with similar standards across state linesWould help with teachers changing positions

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New Guidelines cont.

Promotes educational contentMinors should not be providing healthcare to other minorsProvides exposure to the professions

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New Guidelines cont.

Stays away from minors providing healthcare

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http://www.nata.org/sites/default/files/secondary-school-sports-medicine-course-outline.pdf

THE SECONDARY SCHOOL

SPORTS MEDICINE

COURSE OUTLINE

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What is included in the outline?

Listing of key termsList of educational objectivesApplications and activities for studentsThis is a starting point, not an end point

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Why the Change?

Dealing with minorsState Practice ActsLitigious situationsPromoting and advancing the professions

Will educate administrators and other stakeholders

Align standards

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Be flexible

Change is inevitableEducation is changing very quicklyHealthcare is changing even faster

T

o advance the

professionsTo create jobs for AT’sTo do what is right

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Thank you

To my wife and familyTo my colleagues and friends

To the NATA and SSATC

My administration

To all of the students and athletes

Shom More....
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