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Management Strategies in Athletic Training,9780880118101

Management Strategies in Athletic Training

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780880118101

ISBN10:
0880118105
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
6/1/2000
Publisher(s):
HUMAN KINETICS PUBLISHERS
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Summary

Updated guide to handling management challenges successfully

Author Biography

Richard Ray is professor and chair of kinesiology at Hope College in Holland, Michigan.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Athletic Training Education Series ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xv
Credits xvii
Why Athletic Trainers Organize: The Theoretical Basis of Management
1(21)
Foundations of Management
2(4)
A Brief History of Management
6(4)
Three Management Roles
10(7)
Improving Managerial Effectiveness
17(2)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
19(1)
Summary
20(2)
What Athletic Trainers Do: Program Management
22(34)
Vision Statements
24(1)
Mission Statements
25(1)
Plannings
26(15)
Meetings
41(3)
Program Evaluation
44(9)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
53(1)
Summary
54(2)
Who Athletic Trainers Work With: Human Resource Management
56(48)
Organizational Culture
59(1)
Organizational Structures
59(4)
Informal Organizations
63(1)
Staff Selection
64(15)
Staff Supervision
79(5)
Performance Evaluation
84(14)
The Fair Labor Standards Act and Athletic Training
98(2)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
100(2)
Summary
102(2)
What Athletic Trainers Use: Financial Resource Management
104(26)
Budgeting
107(7)
Purchasing
114(10)
Inventory Management
124(3)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
127(1)
Summary
128(2)
Where Athletic Trainers Work: Facility Design and Planning
130(28)
Conceptual Development
132(10)
Elements of Sports Medicine Facility Design
142(13)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
155(1)
Summary
156(2)
Athletic Trainers Remembering: Information Management
158(34)
Why Document?
161(1)
Two Kinds of Information
162(17)
Filing Sports Medicine Records
179(1)
The Computer as an Information Management Tool
179(10)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
189(1)
Summary
190(2)
Athletic Trainers Paying the Bills: Athletic Injury Insurance
192(26)
Insurance Systems
195(5)
Third-Party Reimbursement
200(3)
Claims Processing
203(8)
Purchasing Insurance Services
211(3)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
214(2)
Summary
216(2)
Protecting Athletic Trainers: Legal Considerations in Sports Medicine
218(20)
Credentialing
221(2)
Risk Management
223(2)
Legal Principles
225(4)
Legal Defenses
229(2)
Product Liability
231(1)
Providing Testimony at a Deposition or Trial
232(1)
Strategies for Avoiding Legal Liability
233(2)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
235(1)
Summary
236(2)
Athletic Trainers Doing the Right Thing: Ethics in Sports Medicine
238(16)
Defining Ethics
241(1)
Relationship Between Legal and Ethical Considerations
242(6)
Three Approaches to Ethical Decision Making
248(1)
Practicing Ethically as an Athletic Trainer: Specific Recommendations
249(2)
Applications to Athletic Training: Theory Into Practice
251(1)
Summary
252(2)
Preparticipation Physical Exams and Drug-Testing Programs
254(31)
Organizing Preparticipation Physical Examinations
256(13)
Organizing Drug-Testing Programs
269(13)
Applications to Athletic Traning: Theory Into Practice
282(1)
Summary
283(2)
Appendix A Wots Up Analysis for a Sports Medicine Program 285(10)
Appendix B State Boards Regulating Athletic Training 295(4)
Appendix C Organizational Sturcture of the National Athletic Trainers' Association 299(2)
Appendix D Nata Code of Ethics 301(2)
Glossary 303(6)
Bibliography 309(8)
Index 317(8)
About the Author 325


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