The focus of this course is on standard differential diagnostic procedures used to evaluate medical conditions as well as identifying the appropriate care and referral to medical specialist. During the lab component, students will demonstrate increasing competence in patient examination, evaluation, and management, prognosis, and intervention skills for general medical conditions. Prerequsite: GMED 6101, GMED 6104.
This course integrates principles of nutrition and application to exercising individuals. It examines the dietary practices used in the pursuit of weight maintenance, health, and fitness. This course also discusses the use of performance-enhancing substances and provides insight into how drugs, chemicals and hormones can affect body performance and to what extent such substances can adversely alter biological function(s). 2 credits.
This course is designed to review the academic competencies taught during the first year of the Seton Hall University MSAT Program. Students will review test taking skills and be given comprehensive exams to test their cumulative body of knowledge. In addition, there will be lectures on professional development and self-branding.
The students will discuss the application of human personal and professional values, judgment, and choices to selective ethical dilemmas that arise in clinical practice. The course emphasis is on various traditional and contemporary approaches to normative ethics within decision making models, and applicable to resolving professional dilemmas in the delivery of health care.
This course will address general medical conditions commonly seen by the athletic trainer. Topics will be presented by a variety of medical professionals from the community. Students will demonstrate increasing competence in the examination, evaluation, management, prognosis, and intervention skills for general medical conditions in the physically active population. 2
This is a week-long immersive clinical experience in a non-orthopedic clinical setting. The immersive clinical experience will not only expose the athletic training students to a variety of non-orthopedic conditions but also to working in an inter-professional environment.
This is the first of four clinical and seminar experiences. The students continue to develop clinical proficiency through the performance of selected athletic training skills with an athletic patient population. With the clinical instructor's direct supervision and instruction, the students begin to integrate the examination, evaluation, assessment, and intervention skills learned thus far in the curriculum. The seminar component will engage students in clinical problem-centered discussion providing integration of concepts of athletic training evaluation and management of musculoskeletal problems of the extremities and proper medical documentation. Pre-requisites: GMAT 6011 or ATFY 4011
This course continues to build on preceding classroom and clinical experiences. With more of a guidance approach from the approved clinical instructor students will further develop clinical proficiency through performance of clinical skills .Students are required to observe health care professionals in a general medical setting as assigned by the program. The seminar component will engage students in concepts of organization and administration related to athletic training. Previous coursework will be reviewed and valuated by way of comprehensive exams. Prerequisites: GMAT 7400 (ATFY 4400).
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