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Record identifier : 569244
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Butikofer, Jamie L
Title and statement of responsibility : A curriculum model for doctoral athletic training education [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : United States Sports Academy, 2008
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ed.D
Body granting the degree : , United States Sports Academy
Summary or Abstract : As the profession of athletic training has grown and expanded certain realities have surfaced. With the growth of undergraduate and graduate educational opportunities for athletic trainers the need for athletic trainers who have earned a doctoral degree has increased. Also, as this profession has grown and expanded into other areas the need for pertinent research and the extension of knowledge into those areas has grown as well. This growth and expansion has also increased the perceived need for athletic trainers who hold their doctoral degree. The Education Task Force recognized this situation in 1996 when they encouraged the development of doctoral programs in athletic training. The purpose of this study then, was to develop a curriculum model for a doctoral athletic training program.Subjects. The subjects for this study were selected from those athletic trainers who belong to the National Athletic Trainer's Association and reported that they held their doctoral degree and were willing to participate in studies of this nature. Results. Fourty-two percent of the respondents to this survey felt there was a need for a doctoral degree. Overall, the competencies in leadership and teaching held the highest mean scores and were significantly higher than others. Courses in management and personnel held the highest mean scores and were rated significantly higher than many others. The duties of administration and teaching were rated as the most important and the respondents spent the greatest amount of time performing clinical duties and administrative tasks. Discussion. Although the respondents to this survey did not overwhelmingly agree that there was a need for a doctoral degree in athletic training the data collected allowed the researcher to draw pertinent conclusions from the responses. If a doctoral program in the field of athletic training is to be developed, it should be concentrated in the administrative and teaching domains with a research core as a given component of all doctoral education. It is realized that a specific degree option may not be plausible for each situation, and individual interests and university priorities must be recognized. This research may provide the basis for the development of a degree option for those athletic trainers interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in this area. Further investigation may want to evaluate those interests of athletic trainers who do not hold a doctoral degree and elicit responses to similar queries..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Health education
: Physical education
: Teacher education
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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