Student Research: Fuels the AT Research Agenda
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Student research can advance the AT Research Agenda by assisting in data collection, completing a review on a topic from a course, taking a direct study course, completing a case study on unique clinical observation and point-of-care research during a clinical rotation. In addition, students can pursue a capstone project for thesis, critically read research, utilize research to support quality improvement projects, collaborate with researchers, participate as a subject in a research study and share research with preceptors.
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 student research can fuel the AT Research Agenda.
Student Research: Fuels the AT Research Agenda Infographic Handout
The Prioritized Research Agenda for the Athletic Training Profession: A Report From the Strategic Alliance Research Agenda Task Force