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2. Organizing & Administration

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Lauren Briley

on 31 January 2014

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ideally every school would have at least 1 full time athletic trainer, however, this is not possible due to budgetary constraints
in 1995 NATA, put out a position statement recommending that every secondary school and higher have a minimum of 1 full time certified athletic trainer
in 1998 the American Medical Association adopted a policy calling for certified athletic trainers to be employed in all high school athletic programs

no shoes or cleats on tables
showers before treatment
no profanity or roughhousing
no food or drinks

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
Record Keeping
Hugely Important!!
SOAP notes
Progress Notes
Emergency Action Plan
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Athletes have access to their own medical records
Athletes must sign an authorization to release records
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Protects the athlete's educational records
You have the right to see your records
You must authorize the release of any record
Budgets vary by setting and available funding
Expendable vs. equipment

Facility considerations
taping area
first aid
wet area
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