HS 349 – Sports Medicine Brian Schaat Office – Clarke 145G Phone – 496-1335 Required Text: Prentice W. (2008). Essentials of Athletic Injury Management. McGraw-Hill, New York, NY. ISBN 978-0-07-328481-1 Course Description: Designed for health professional students i.e. athletic trainers, coaches, health and physical educators, physical therapists, EMT’s, and premedical students for professional development and responsibilities in sports medicine, preventing injury and minimizing risk, and injury management. Course Objectives: Identify members of a Sports Medicine Team Gain an understanding of administrative, legal, and insurance issues relevant to an athletic training facility Gain an understanding of the basic principles in injury prevention and risk management as it pertains to the physically active Gain an understanding of the basic principles of injury management Course Requirements and Evaluation Quizzes Weekly Activity ([email protected] 1 point ea.) Research paper Group presentation Group presentation critique (10 @ 1 point ea.) Grading 93 and above 90-92 87-89 83-86 A AB+ B 80-82 77-79 73-76 70-72 BC+ C C- 100 10 20 10 10 150 67-69 63-66 60-62 Below 60 D+ D DF Course Requirements and Evaluation Policy The quizzes will be taken Blackboard. No make-up work will be accepted and no bonus points will be given. Quizzes There is a quiz for each chapter. These quizzes will be posted on Blackboard. You’ll be able to use your notes while taking the quiz but you won’t be able to use your textbook. There will be a comprehensive final given. The student chooses whether or not to take it. The best of the two scores will be used. Worksheets A worksheet will be provided for each chapter. It will be posted on Blackboard. Activity Credit will be given for involvement in group discussions and activities. Research Paper A referenced research paper is part of the requirement for this class. The topic will be of the student’s choosing as it relates to sports medicine. Group Presentation As part of a group, the students will formulate an informational presentation on one of the members of the sports medicine team and then present it to the class. Group Presentation Critique Students will critique their own presentation and that of their classmates for credit.