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Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training Web Courses
The NATA Executive Committee for Education is proud to present the Evidence-based Practice in Athletic Training web-based course. This course was developed by a team of individuals with content knowledge in evidence-based practice, supported by the Old Dominion University Research Foundation, and funded through the NATA. The purpose of these online modules is to provide athletic trainers with a structured resource that discusses various essential concepts and components associated with the evidence-based practice process.
- Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training Level 1, Part 1- 2 EBP CEUs
- Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training Level 1, Part 2- 1.5 EBP CEUs
- Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training, Level 2 – 3 EBP CEUs
Additional EBP Category CEU Courses
- Aligning the Interests of Clinicians, Educators & Researchers to Promote Evidence-Based Practice – 1.75 EBP CEUs
- Nuts & Bolts: A Practical Guide to Collecting Patient Outcomes – 1.75 EBP CEUs
- Developing and Utilizing Clinical Outcomes Databases in Clinical Practice – 1.25 EBP CEUs
- Foundational Concepts of Clinical Outcomes Assessment and Strategies for Implementation – 1.5 EBP CEUs
- Respiratory Influences on Core Stability – 1.0 EBP CEU
- Evidence based use of Lumbar Spine Mobilization Techniques – 1.0 EBP CEU
Of the 50 CEUs to be reported to the BOC by December, 2015, 10 must come from the EBP Category.
Evidence Based Education Resources
- Evidence-based medicine: what is it and how does it apply to athletic training? (pdf)
- Transforming Health Care from the Inside Out: Advancing Evidence-Based Practice in the 21st Century (pdf)
- Barriers to evidence-based practice in primary care nursing--why viewing decision-making as context is helpful (pdf)
- A Problem-Based Learning Approach to Facilitate Evidence-Based Practice in Entry-Level Health Professional Education (pdf)
- Building a Foundation for an Evidence-Based Approach to Practice: Teaching Basic Concepts to Undergraduate Freshman Students (pdf)
- Educating for Evidence-Based Practice (pdf)
- Challenges for Evidence-Based Physical Therapy: Accessing and Interpreting High Quality Evidence on Therapy (pdf)
- Strauss SE, Richardson WS, Glasziou P, Haynes RB. Evidence Based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach Evidence Based Medicine. 3rd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone; 2005.
- Belanger AY. Evidence Based Guide to Therapeutic Physical Agents. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; 2002.
- MacAuley D, Best T, ed. Evidence Based Sports Medicine. London: BMJ Books; 2002.
- Greenhalgh T. How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence Based Medicine. London: BMJ Books; 1997.
- Katz D. Clinical Epidemiology and Evidence-Based Medicine. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications; 2001.
- Law M. Evidence Based Rehabilitation: A Guide to Practice. New Jersey: Slack; 2002.
- Denegar CR. Saliba E, Saliba SF. Therapeutic Modalities for Musculoskeletal Injury. 2nd ed. Champaign, Il: Human Kinetics; 2005.
- Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (The Oxford Centre)
- Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (Univ. of Toronto)
- Centre for Reviews and Dissemination
- Health Links University of Washington
- Journal of Athletic Training
- Physiotherapy Evidence Database
- The Cochrane Collaboration