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Monday, June 29, 2020

Ep. 50: 50 Episode Reflection and Answering the ATChat5

We made it to episode 50! In this episode Greg, Austin and Joel reflect back on what we have all learned in the first 50 episodes of ATChat. To keep with tradition we also answer the ATChat5 to see if they have changed along the way. 


Also, a HUGE thank you to everyone who has listened and been a part of ATChat. We truly appreciate it and love being a part of this profession.


Thank you to Mueller Sports Medicine for helping get this off the ground.


Enjoy and here is to 50 more!




Connect with the ATChat Crew:

+@AustinFitpar

+@gwinks5

+joel_luedke


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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Ep. 49: Spencer Connell-DAT and Industrial AT

Spencer Connell is at the time of this published episode officially has completed his DAT, congrats Spencer. When we recorded this episode Spencer was in process and getting close to the end and we discussed his pursuit of the DAT and what benefit the program would have not only to his clinical skills but also his advocacy for the profession.


Beyond that, we discussed Spencer’s work in a couple different industrial settings. This is an area that is definitely up and coming in athletic training and one that as a profession we can have a huge impact on people’s lives and benefit the company that they work for.  Spencer is very passionate about advancing the AT profession forward and will be a huge advocate for people looking at the industrial setting. 


Lots to learn in this one and a bright outlook to the future. Enjoy.




Highlights of this Episode:

+Obtaining a DAT

+Skill sets and mindset obtained from DAT

+Live in the industrial setting

+Positivity to move AT forward


Connect with Spencer

Twitter: @fireinmytum


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Friday, June 19, 2020

Ep. 48: Leadership within the ISU DAT Program and the CLINT AT Journal

In this episode Greg talks with Dr. Lindsey Eberman and Dr. Matthew Rivera of the Indiana State University Doctorate of Athletic Training Program. Dr. Eberman is also the Editor-in-Chief/Co-founder of the CLIN AT Journal where Dr. Rivera is the Managing Editor.


Greg gets deep with the discussion about the DAT program and what has been built over the recent past. If you follow ISU DAT on social media you know they are extremely active in promoting the profession and elevating athletic trainers.


The interview also covers the creation and running of the CLIN AT Journal. Greg asks about all the details of getting started with the journal and how it works in trying to select all the articles for publishing within the  journal. Outside of the logistics Greg gets into the conversations with Dr. Eberman and Dr. Rivera about the important of evidence based medicine.


So much in one episode. Enjoy.




Highlights of this Episode:

+The ISU DAT program

+Starting an academic journal

+The importance of evidence based practice


Connect with ISU DAT: 

Twitter: @isuathltraining

Twitter: @clinatjournal

Email: clinat@indstate.edu


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Monday, June 15, 2020

Ep. 47: Race in Athletic Training-A Roundtable Discussion

Racism is wrong. Hate can’t be accepted. Just not being “racist” is not enough to propel change. In order to help create change, we have to listen, work to comprehend and accept the fact that those in privileged positions can never understand what diverse people go through. 


ATChat hasn’t put a statement out because we needed to listen and learn from people that experience racism on potentially daily

basis. We denounce any form or racism or hate, not only within the athletic training community but in the world in general. We will do more to help be part of the change that is needed to increase equality and work with our diverse professionals to succeed and feel safe while doing so.


This roundtable discussion on Race in Athletic Training is a starting point and we can’t think Krystal, Ryan, Mercedes, Andrew, Brandon, Susan, Mike and Austin for being a part of the conversation and education. We held this roundtable to listen, learn, and find opportunities to try and make things better. 


#blacklivesmatter, racism and hate are still a problem. We need to do better and look forward to the opportunities to continue the conversation and do our part to make things better. 


Please find more resources in the notes and on the webpage for this episode. 





VIDEO LINK 



Focus Points in this Episode: 

+EDAC:

+#BlackinIvory

+We must jump into the conversation

+Diversity vs. Inclusion

+What are you actively doing to show improvement

+Look at what your program requires, is it feasible for everyone to be a part of?

+Adding cultural competency classes.

+Reach out to the Diverse Community


Connect with the Guests:

Krystal

Susan

Mike

Andrew

Brandon

Mercedes

Ryan


Resources on Race: 

+For Our White Friends Trying to Be Allies

+Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man

+Kareem Abdul Jabar Op Ed

+How to Respond to “riots never solve anything!”

+Your Silence is a Knee on My Neck

+Dear White People, Your Black Colleagues Aren’t Okay

+75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice

+Resources to advance awareness

+White Academia: Do Better

+Redlining’s Legacy: Maps are gone but the problem hasn’t disappeared

+How to Build an Antirascist World

+The Path to Ending Systemic Racism in the US

Movies:

-Jackie Robinson Movie

-The Green Book


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www.cliniallypressed.com  


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Thursday, June 11, 2020

Ep. 46: Sam Atkielski-Making It Through Your First Year

Sam Atkielski was in the first MSAT class at UW-Milwaukee and straight out of the gate was employed at the largest high school in Wisconsin as their sole athletic trainer. A first job right out of school is going to make anyone nervous. In the past, graduate positions allowed for more of a working into your career, coming right out of a MSAT puts you right into the mix.


Sam talks about all the things she learned in year one and how she went through making it a successful year. There are so many things you have to figure out in that first year and Sam give s a lot of fantastic insight in to what she did to make the year successful and how that can help young professionals moving forward.


*This episode was recorded before major changes happened in Sam’s life. We will be having a follow-up episode soon with more updates. 




In this Episode:

+Being part of first MSAT Class

+Only athletic trainer at state's largest high school

+First year being certified

+Ideas on getting through year one


Connect with Sam:

+Twitter: @Samantha_ATC

+YouTube: The Athletic Trainer

+Email: samatkielski@gmail.com


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Friday, June 5, 2020

Ep. 45: Jonathan Reidy-AT in the Physician Clinic Setting

Jonathan is an athletic trainer that has done a lot recently with being in a physician clinic. In this episode we have a conversation about the expansion of the physician extender role and how the skill set of athletic trainers can be a huge asset in this type of setting. 

We also discuss how athletic trainers skillsets can compliment everyone else on the medical team within the physicians clinic. There are many medical professionals that work in these settings and there can be some overlap but the complimenting of skills is what makes a great team. Jonathan talks about how the clinic he is in has worked to make everyone useful and successful which leads to the teams success.

Great episode if you’re interested in this area. Enjoy.



In this Episode:
+AT in the physicians clinic
+Complimenting other professionals skillsets
+Successful teams

Connect with Jonathan:
+Twitter: @jreidy_ATC

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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Ep. 44: Craig Lewin-Essentially Sports Medicine

Craig is an ATC in the high school setting as well as a teacher. Along with his role in the clinical setting Craig does a lot of work with essential oils and their benefits to injury, the healing process, and rehabilitation. 

In this episode we discuss with Craig how he got int essential oils and how he has been able to put that into practice not only with his own injuries but also with the student-athletes he works with.  This isn’t a normal area of skills and equipment that athletic trainers use but Craig shares how it can be really beneficial and stays away from other more aggressive options while still maintaining the ability to help.

Great episode with a lot of insight and something that might be worth trying in your athletic training center. Enjoy.



In this Episode:
+Working in the high school setting
+Essential Oils
+PRN Athletic Training
+Knowing your value
+Open to creating a larger tool box to use


Connect with Craig:
Twitter: @ESportsMed
Instagram: esportsmed
Phone: 219-237-9223


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www.cliniallypressed.com  

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