Legislators' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession: Specific Considerations for Secondary Schools.

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Summary of "Legislators' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession: Specific Considerations for Secondary Schools."

Legislation has played a role in advancing the athletic training profession and improving the health and safety of student-athletes. However, few researchers have examined state legislators' perceptions and awareness of the skills and qualifications accompanying the athletic trainer (AT) role.


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Name: Journal of athletic training
ISSN: 1938-162X


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