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    Neumann University
  Feb 24, 2018
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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ATR 189 Level I Practicum

1 Credit

This first clinical course provides the student with hands-on work experience in a laboratory setting in the areas of taping, wrapping, bandaging, and bracing techniques for athletic injury care and prevention. During the semester in which the course is taken, the student is required to attend weekly class meetings with designated faculty as well as commit time outside of class to practice the techniques taught in class. Additionally, students must complete a 10-hour clinical rotation to observe an athletic trainer of their choosing. Through the clinical practicum experience, the student both acquires and demonstrates selected skills which are identified in NATA Clinical Proficiencies and taught in ATR 100 .

Prerequisite(s): ATR 100 .

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