Clinical experiences are an integral part of any athletic training curriculum and the importance of these clinical experiences should be viewed on the same level as the didactic (classroom) portion. For this reason, all clinical experiences occur as a part of the Clinical Practicum in Athletic Training course sequence and academic credit hours are earned for them.
These courses include both clinical education, in the form of in-class application of integrated care, as well as "real-world" clinical experiences where students engage in supervised clinical practice and gain experience. In order to be well prepared as Athletic Trainers, students must work diligently in the classroom to understand the material presented AND they must also work diligently in the clinical setting to apply their knowledge to real-world clinical situations and to develop a high level of clinical skill. Clinical experiences are NOT "work" experiences. Instead, they are educational experiences where classroom knowledge is applied in real-world settings.
- Heather Clapp, UNC Athletics
- Kate Dunn, ProActive Physical Therapy
- Nate Hepner, UNC Athletics
- Rawley Klingsmith, UNC Atheltics
- Liz McMurtry, UNC Athletics
- Betsy Metz, Windsor High School
- Kyle Payne, UNC Atheltics
- Sandra Starkovich, North Colorado Sports Medicine
- Jake Statz, UNC Athletics
- Markee Swank, Greeley Central High School
- Jenni Wilmes, UNC Athletics
- David Younger, Medical Arts Centre of Windsor