ATEP 625LG - Clinical Skills and Intervention Lab

A laboratory course designed to provide the athletic training student the knowledge and clinical skills relating to the assessment and management of the general medical and emergent patient.  Clinical skills taught include, but are not limited to, performing a general medical evaluation, a trauma assessment, an emergent medical assessment, starting an IV, administering emergency medications, wound closure techniques, applying a variety of splints, performing CPR and using an AED, airway management techniques, spinal motion restriction, emergency equipment removal, and obtaining numerous objective measures (urinalysis, blood sugar, rectal temperature, vital signs, etc.).

Credit hours: 2

Eligibility: Graduate Standing and admission to the MS in Athletic Training program
Last updated: 05/23/2022