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Evidence to Practice: Engaging the AT Research Agenda as a Researcher

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Evidence to Practice: Engaging the AT Research Agenda as a Researcher

Researcher and Athletic Trainers (ATs) collaborations can advance the AT Research Agenda by facilitating clinical translational research, answering clinically relevant questions and determining meaningful outcome measures to collect. In addition, it can provide access to patients at the point-of-care and help make external funding more competitive.

The Strategic Alliance Research Agenda Task Force conducted a mixed methodology study consisting of six focus-groups, a content-expert review and a web-based survey. The below infographic takes a closer on how researchers can utilize the athletic training research agenda in their practice.

Evidence to Practice: Engaging the AT Research Agenda as a Researcher Infographic Handout

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The Prioritized Research Agenda for the Athletic Training Profession: A Report From the Strategic Alliance Research Agenda Task Force

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