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ATSU at 2014 NATA Symposium

June 5, 2014
Posted In: Athletic Training

Thursday June 26th

Nicholas Kostishak Jr., AT class of 2014

Title: Treatment Characteristics and Return-To-Play Timelines Following Sport-Related Concussion: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Factors Associated with Concussion Recovery

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 8:15am-8:30am in Room 243

Context: Most studies describing the day-to-day management and return-to-play progression regarding sport-related concussions have used self-report surveys, reporting some variation in assessment tools and management practices used by athletic trainers (ATs). Examining patient and daily treatment characteristics through a review of electronic medical records (EMR) can provide a better understanding of the current management strategies and return-to-play timelines for concussed patients under the care of ATs.

Kostishak N, Lam KC, Anderson B, Welch C, Valovich McLeod TC. Treatment Characteristics and Return-To-Play Timelines Following Sport-Related Concussion: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Kelsey Picha, AT class of 2014

Title: Normative Values for Health-Related Quality of Life in Healthy and Injured Baseball and Softball Players Using a Region Specific Patient Self-Report Scale: The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers© (FAST©)

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Patient Reported Outcomes

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 10:00am-10:30am in Exhibit Hall I

Context: Patient-rated outcomes scales that are population as well as region-specific are important for evaluating health-related quality of life (HRQOL). The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers (FAST) is a region-specific, patient self-report scale designed to measure the HRQOL of baseball and softball players with upper extremity (UE) injury. Establishing normative values for the FAST is important for clinical interpretation.

Picha K, Huxel Bliven KC, Bay RC, Snyder Valier AR, Sauers EL. Normative Values for Health-Related Quality of Life in Healthy and Injured Baseball and Softball Players Using a Region Specific Patient Self-Report Scale: The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers© (FAST©). Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Arika Cozzi, AT class of 2015

Title: Normative Data for the Pediatric Quality of Life Instrument in Interscholastic Adolescent Athletes

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Patient Reported Outcomes

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 10:30am-11:15am in Exhibit Hall I

Context: There has been increased interest in the impact of sport-related injuries on adolescent health-related quality of life (HRQOL). Documentation of normative values for the Pediatric Quality of Life Instrument (PedsQL) will help clinicians in interpreting scores for athletes pre- and post-injury. The objective is to identify normative values for the PedsQL among adolescent athletes in male and female sports. The results are the first to report on normative data for the PedsQL in male and female adolescent athletes. These normative values provide a baseline that can be used to compare athlete scores pre- and post-injury to see if the scores fall within the range. PedsQL scores below the normative value suggests lower HRQOL than the average athlete participating in that sport. Low PedsQL scores should be considered in rehabilitation planning. Further research should measure impact of sport-related injury on adolescent HRQOL.

Cozzi A, Valier AR, Bay RC, Welch CE, Molzen E, Valovich McLeod TC. Normative Data for the Pediatric Quality of Life Instrument in Adolescent Athletes. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Kristina Dunn, AT class of 2015

Title: Baseline Symptom Factors Differ Between Male and Female Interscholastic Athletes

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Free Communications

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 10:30am-11:15am in Exhibit Hall I

Context: Recent data suggest that females may be at a higher risk for sustaining concussive injuries, especially in soccer and basketball. Furthermore, some studies have identified that females may present differently with respect to symptoms and neurocognitive function following concussion. For clinicians, understanding sex differences in baseline concussion assessment measures is important for interpretation of post-injury scores.

Dunn K, Shepherd LI, Bay RC, Valovich McLeod TC. Baseline Symptom Factors Differ Between Male and Female Interscholastic Athletes. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Regina Baker, AT class of 2014

Title: The Validity of Single-Item Patient-Rated Outcome Measures in Concussed Adolescent Football Athletes

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Patient Reported Outcomes

Thursday June 26, 2014 10:30am-11:15 in Exhibit Hall I

Context: Concern about time to administer, complete, and score multi-item patient-rated outcome measures (PROMs) has been expressed as an impediment to their use. Single-item PROMs (SI-PROMs) may provide a more feasible health status assessment when time is limited. However, no studies have reported on the validity of SI-PROMs in specific patient populations, such as concussed football athletes.

Baker R, Snyder Valier AR, Bay RC, Welch CE, Valovich McLeod TC. The Validity of Single-Item Patient-Rated Outcome Measures in Concussed Adolescent Football Athletes. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Eric Sauers, Faculty and Department Chair

Title: Test-Retest Reliability and Concurrent Validity of a Region-Specific Patient Self-Report Scale in Baseball and Softball Players: The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers© (FAST©)

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within: Validity of Clinical Tests

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 11:15am-12:00pm in Exhibit Hall I

Context:

Upper extremity (UE) pain and injuries in baseball and softball players result in diminished health-related quality of life (HRQOL).  The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers (FAST) is an 22-item UE region-specific patient self-report scale designed for use with overhead throwers with a separate 9-item pitching module scored from 0 – 100, with higher scores representing lower HRQOL. The reliability and validity of the FAST must be established prior to recommending its use.

Sauers EL, Yuka S, Bay RC, Snyder Valier AR, Bliven KC. Test-Retest Reliability and Concurrent Validity of a Region-Specific Patient Self-Report Scale in Baseball and Softball Players: The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers© (FAST©). Poster presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Travis Williams and Matt Corvo, Alumni AT class of 2013

Title: Test-Retest Reliability and Learning Effects of the Stability Evaluation Test

Presentation Type: Master’s Finalist

Session Located Within:

Thursday, June 26, 2014 from 11:15am-12:00pm

Dr. Cailee Welch, faculty

Title: Integration of Evidence-Based Practice Throughout Clinical Education

Presentation Type: Evidence-Based Forum

Session Located Within: Foundations of Evidence Based Practice

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 12:30pm-1:30pm Room TBD

Context: While a majority of attention in athletic training education has been given to the evidence-based practice (EBP) competencies over the past two years, it is important to consider the clinical integration proficiencies that include EBP concepts as well. Since preceptors play an integral role in a student’s clinical education experience, they need to be comfortable with EBP in order to help students integrate these concepts into patient care. The purpose of this forum is to introduce and discuss different educational strategies and clinically-based assignments pertaining to EBP that can be incorporated throughout the clinical education experience.

Dr. Cailee Welch, faculty

Title: Putting the patient first: considerations for selecting patient-rated outcomes instruments for clinical research

Presentation Type: Researcher’s Forum

Session Located Within: Patient-Oriented Research in Athletic Training

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 1:45pm-3:45pm Room TBD

Context: In support of an evidence-based practice culture, there have been recent calls to encourage athletic trainers to move away from disease-oriented research and towards patient-oriented research. Patient-rated outcome (PRO) instruments are integral to successful patient-oriented investigations because they capture changes that are meaningful and important to the patient from the patient’s point-of-view. Despite the importance of PRO instruments, selecting the most appropriate instrument, implementing the instrument into investigations, and interpreting results from the instruments can be challenging. The purpose of this session is to discuss common considerations related to the use of PRO instruments in athletic training clinical research.

Dr. Kenneth Lam, faculty

Title: Capturing the patient’s perspective: tips and strategies for incorporating patient-rated outcomes instruments into clinical research

Presentation Type: Researcher’s Forum

Session Located Within: Patient-oriented research in athletic training

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 1:45pm-3:45pm Room TBD

Context: In support of an evidence-based practice culture, there have been recent calls to encourage athletic trainers to move away from disease-oriented research and towards patient-oriented research. Patient-rated outcome (PRO) instruments are integral to successful patient-oriented investigations because they capture changes that are meaningful and important to the patient from the patient’s point-of-view. Despite the importance of PRO instruments, selecting the most appropriate instrument, implementing the instrument into investigations, and interpreting results from the instruments can be challenging. The purpose of this session is to discuss common considerations related to the use of PRO instruments in athletic training clinical research.

Dr. Alison Snyder Valier, faculty

Title: Do the results matter? Identifying meaningful change when using patient-rated outcome instruments for clinical research

Presentation Type: Researcher’s Forum

Session Located Within: Patient-Oriented Research in Athletic Training

Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 1:45pm-3:45pm Room TBD

Context: In support of an evidence-based practice culture, there have been recent calls to encourage athletic trainers to move away from disease-oriented research and towards patient-oriented research. Patient-rated outcome (PRO) instruments are integral to successful patient-oriented investigations because they capture changes that are meaningful and important to the patient from the patient’s point-of-view. Despite the importance of PRO instruments, selecting the most appropriate instrument, implementing the instrument into investigations, and interpreting results from the instruments can be challenging. The purpose of this session is to discuss common considerations related to the use of PRO instruments in athletic training clinical research.

Friday June 27th

 Shirleeah Fayson, AT class of 2015

Title: The Impact of Sport and Sex on Sport-Related Injury Patterns: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Characterizing Clinical Practice and Use of Patient Outcome Measures

Friday, June 27, 2014, from 10:00am-11:30am in Room 203/204

Context: Understanding athletic training practice characteristics (e.g., injury characteristics) can provide insight into current clinical practice patterns and help guide educational and scientific initiatives. Although current evidence suggests that sport-related injury patterns vary due to skill level, level of conditioning, frequency, and duration of activity, little is known of the impact of sport and sex. The object of this research is to describe common injuries from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network (AT-PBRN) based on sport and sex. Regardless of sport or sex, ankle sprains/strains, knee sprains/strains, and concussions appear to be common sport-related injuries that athletic trainers evaluate, diagnosis, and manage during daily clinical practice.

Fayson SD, Lam KC, Snyder Valier AR, Valovich McLeod TC. The Impact of Sport and Sex on Sport-Related Injury Patterns: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

 Lisa Stobierski, AT class of 2015

Title: Athletic Training Services Provided During Daily Patient Encounters in the Secondary School Setting: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Characterizing Clinical Practice and Use of Patient Outcome Measures

Friday, June 27, 2014, from 10:00am-11:30am in Room 203/204

Context: Athletic trainers have a unique role in the healthcare system, providing services such as taping, wrapping stretching, various modalities, and exercise prescription that are often unaccounted for in traditional documentation. This poster presentation will describe the objective of this descriptive study: to characterize daily athletic training services provided by secondary school ATs from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network (AT-PBRN). The findings highlight the important and unique nature of athletic training services, especially in the area of preventative activities.

Stobierski LM, Snyder Valier AR, Lam KC, Anderson BE, Welch CE, Valovich McLeod TC. Athletic Training Services Provided During Daily Patient Encounters in the Secondary School Setting: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network. Poster presented at:National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Kenneth Lam, faculty

Title: Treatment Characteristics and Estimated Direct Costs of Care Provided by Athletic Trainers for Lower Extremity Injuries: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Characterizing Clinical Practice and Use of Patient Outcome Measures

Friday, June 27, 2014, from 10:00am-11:30am in Room 203/204

Context: Lower extremity injuries (LEI) are common during sport participation. While epidemiological studies provide insight into patient and injury characteristics, there are limited data regarding treatment characteristics and estimated direct costs of care (DCC) for athletic training services (ATS) related to LEI.

Lam KC, Welch CE, Valovich McLeod TC. Treatment Characteristics and Estimated Direct Costs of Care Provided by Athletic Trainers for Lower Extremity Injuries: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network. Poster presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Saturday June 28th

Dr. Tamara Valovich McLeod, program director

Title: The Influence of Athletic Training Experience in the Secondary School Setting on Concussion Management, Referral and Familiarity of Academic Accommodations

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster Presentation

Session Located Within:

Health and Safety in the Secondary School Setting

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 8:00am-10:00am in Room 203/204

Context: Clinical experience can improve the knowledge, skill, and confidence of healthcare providers, including athletic trainers (AT). However experience can also represent a period of deskilling caused by a reliance on dated, habitual practices not informed by contemporary literature. This is especially true for providers in solitary practice, without access to contemporary research, and with limited professional development budgets, such as secondary school ATs. For topics in which the literature rapidly proliferates, such as with concussion assessment and management, experience can be counterproductive to quality patient care.

Valovich McLeod TC, Welch C, Mayfield R, Weber M, Parsons JT. The Influence of Athletic Training Experience in the Secondary School Setting on Concussion Management, Referral and Familiarity of Academic Accommodations. Poster presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Michelle Weber, AT class of 2014

Title: The Impact of Athletic Trainer Employment on School Nurses’ Concussion Management Practices for Student-Athletes with Sport-Related Concussions

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster/Rapid Fire Presentation

Session Located Within:

Health and Safety in the Secondary School Setting

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 8:00am-10:00am in Room 203/204

Context: Along with athletic trainers (AT), schools nurses (SN) play an integral role in concussion management at secondary schools. Prior studies have investigated the management practices of ATs, but little is known of SNs’ role in concussion management, including which assessment tools are utilized.

Weber ML, Welch CE, Parsons JT, Valovich McLeod TC. The Impact of Athletic Trainer Employment on School Nurses’ Concussion Management Practices for Student-Athletes with Sport-Related Concussions. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Melissa Kay, AT class of 2015

Title: The Comparison of Athletic Trainers’ and School Nurses’ Familiarity and Perceptions of Academic Accommodations Following Sport-Related Concussion

Presentation Type: Thematic Poster/Rapid Fire Presentation

Session Located Within:

Health and Safety in the Secondary School Setting

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 8:00am-10:00am in Room 203/204

Context: Since athletic trainers and school nurses are the key healthcare providers within secondary schools, we set out to identify their collaborative management of concussions, focusing on knowledge of academic accommodations. Effective collaboration requires that both parties are informed about academic accommodations and its role following concussive injury. We found that even though athletic trainers and school nurses are not too familiar with academic accommodations and each provider’s role in the process, they both agree that these accommodations are a necessary part of concussion management.

Kay MC, Welch C, Weber ML, Mayfield RM, Parsons JT, Valovich McLeod TC. The Comparison of Athletic Trainers’ and School Nurses’ Familiarity and Perceptions of Academic Accommodations Following Sport-Related Concussion. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Jessica Markbreiter, AT class of 2015

Title: Knee Injury History Impacts Health-Related Quality of Life in Adolescent Athletes

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Quality of Life After Lower Extremity Injury

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 8:15am-8:30am in Room 243

Context: Knee injuries are common in sports and can result in significant time loss from participation. Health-related quality of life (HRQOL) characterizes the perceived impact an injury has on various health domains from the patient’s point-of-view and is considered to be an essential component of patient-centered care. Current evidence suggests that, despite returning to full participation, physically active adults with a previous knee injury experience lower HRQOL than those with no knee injury history. It is unknown if this relationship is present in adolescent athletes.

Markbreiter JG, Lam KC. Knee Injury History Impacts Health-Related Quality of Life in Adolescent Athletes. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Cailee Welch, faculty

Title: Adolescent Athletes Demonstrate Rapid Improvements in Health-Related Quality of Life Following Sport-Related Injury: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Quality of Life After Lower Extremity Injury

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 9:00am-9:15am in Room 243

Context: Changes in adolescent athletes’ health-related quality of life (HRQOL) following sport-related injury are largely unknown. While pre-injury normative data were reported on general HRQOL for adolescent athletes, few studies have attempted to understand whether adolescent athletes’ HRQOL improves, remains the same, or worsens during recovery following injury.

Welch CE, Snyder Valier AR, Bay RC, Sauers EL, Valovich McLeod TC. Adolescent Athletes Demonstrate Rapid Improvements in Health-Related Quality of Life Following Sport-Related Injury: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Kellie Huxel Bliven, faculty

Title: Discriminant Analysis of a Region Specific Patient Self-Report Scale in Baseball and Softball Players: The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers© (FAST©)

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Risk Factors, Disability and Prevention of Pitching Injuries

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 9:30am-9:45am in Room 245

Context: Upper extremity (UE) patient-rated outcomes measures that possess items important to throwing athletes and have the ability to discriminate between injured and healthy athletes are limited. The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers (FAST) is a region-specific, patient self-report scale designed to measure the health-related quality of life (HRQOL) of baseball and softball players with UE injury.

Huxel Bliven KC, Bay RC, Snyder Valier AR, Sauers EL. Discriminant Analysis of a Region Specific Patient Self-Report Scale in Baseball and Softball Players: The Functional Arm Scale for Throwers© (FAST©). Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Chantal King, Alumnus AT class of 2013

Title: The Influence of Age and Sex on Jump-Landing Patterns: A Clinical Evaluation

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Youth Wellness

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 1:00pm-1:15pm in Room 243

Context: The evaluation of movement patterns is an essential component of injury prevention. The Landing Error Scoring System (LESS) is a screening tool used to identify individuals who may be at-risk for lower extremity injuries. Previous investigations using the LESS have identified sex differences in jump-landing patterns but little is known if age group differences exist.

King CE, Kulow SM, Valovich McLeod TC, Lam KC. The Influence of Age and Sex on Jump-Landing Patterns: A Clinical Evaluation. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Dr. Alison Snyder Valier, faculty

Title: Single-Item Patient-Rated Outcome Measures Improve During Recovery in Adolescent Athletes Following Musculoskeletal Injury: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Youth Wellness

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 1:30pm-2:00pm in Room 243

Context: Single-item patient-rated outcome measures (SI-PROMs), including the numeric pain rating scale (NPRS) and global ratings of function (GROF), disability (GROD) and change (GROC), are efficient ways to evaluate changes in health status from the patient perspective during recovery. Studies measuring changes in health status in adolescent athletes suffering from musculoskeletal injuries using SI-PROMs are limited.

Snyder Valier AR, Bay RC, Welch CE, Sauers EL, Valovich McLeod TC. Single-Item Patient-Rated Outcome Measures Improve During Recovery in Adolescent Athletes Following Musculoskeletal Injury: A Report from the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Mr. Barton Anderson, faculty

Title: Post-Professional Education: A Descriptive Analysis of Clinical Education

Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

Session Located Within:

Post-Professional Clinical Education

Saturday, June 28, 2014, from 1:45pm-2:30pm in ICC, Room 244

Context: Accreditation standards that guide post-professional athletic training(PPAT) programs now require the preparation of students for advanced clinical practice(ACP) through didactic and clinical education experiences(CEEs). PPAT CEEs have traditionally occurred through graduate assistantships, however, little is known about the characteristics of such experiences, and whether they provide the necessary clinical education framework to prepare PPAT students for ACP.

Anderson BE, Welch CE, Parsons JT. Post-Professional Education: A Descriptive Analysis of Clinical Education Experience Characteristics. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association. 65th Annual Clinical Symposia; 2014 June 25-28; Indianapolis, IN.

Art 28_NATA ATSU AlumniNATA ATSU Alumni Invitation

Tamara McLeod, PhD, ATC, FNATA, Professor and Director of ATSU’s Athletic Training Program, cordially invites you to the ASHS Athletic Training Alumni Reception on Thursday, June 26 from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. in Indianapolis. The reception will be held in conjunction with the NATA Annual Meeting, but registration for the Annual Meeting is not required to attend this free event. We hope that you will join us to reconnect with athletic training alumni and friends at Tavern on South – Second Floor, 423 W. South Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served, and business casual attire is suggested. To RSVP contact Michael Chang, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, via email at alumniaz@atsu.edu or via phone at 480.219.6014. We hope to see you there!

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