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Thursday, March 11, 2021

Ep. 78: Josh Dawsey-Importance of Job Fit and SSAT

In this episode we were able to speak with Josh Dawsey who is primarily a secondary school AT in the southern Louisiana area.  Josh is a great advocate for finding a job that fits your lifestyle, goals, beliefs, and schedule.  Josh is very passionate about bringing his own skills to the table and finding the right team that appreciates those values and skills.  He is a family man with 3 young children and a very supportive wife and he chimes into his work/life balance in this episode as well.  


All in all, he shares some great advice and stories about what he has learned and what others can learn from his job experiences.  This episode is a great resource if you’re just getting into the profession, struggling to find balance, or looking to make a change. Enjoy this episode with Josh Dawsey.




Highlights of This Episode:

+Managing life with work and family

+Finding fit in your job

+SSAT

+Productive conversations

+Advocating and advancing


Connect with Josh:

Twitter: @jkdawsey


www.athletictrainingchat.com

www.cliniallypressed.com


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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Ep. 77: Dr. Matt Kutz-Contextual Intelligence

Dr. Matt Kutz is professor in the athletic training program but does so much beyond that. Dr. Kutz is on the forefront of research and development when it comes to leadership in not only athletic training, but organizations in general. Dr. Kutz has put out many great articles focusing on leadership in athletic training and we get into the details of how that all got started and where it has taken him in his career. The story is amazing and shows just how far the skillset and knowledge of athletic trainers can go.

This conversation covers a lot when it comes to leadership in athletic training and why this has become such a focus for Dr. Kutz. You will hear about the importance of a specific aspect of Domain 5 and why Dr. Kutz thinks it is so important, not only within the profession of athletic training but helping the community understand what we our profession can do. We also spend time discussing Contextual Intelligence (Book: ) and how it plays into so many roles athletic trainers have in leadership, in the clinic and beyond. Lots of great information about this concept and how we all can apply it to life and work. Please enjoy this episode.




Highlights of this Episode:

+Chaos is the package your potential arrives in.

+Contextual Intelligence: 3D thinking

+Domain 5: Task 1, Item S

+Leadership is a skill.

+Obligation for ATs to work on leadership

+Non-clinical skill that has clinical significance

+Our skillset as ATs is transferable

+RKA: Recognize | Know the new metric | Adjust to the metric


Connect with Dr. Kutz:

Twitter: @drmattkutz

www: www.matthewkutz.com


www.athletictrainingchat.com

www.cliniallypressed.com


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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Ep. 76: Karli Collins-AT & EMT

 Karli Collins has done a little bit of everything in her career thus far and continues to do so. We got to sit down with Karli and we covered a range of topics. The main topic we focused on what the EMT certification that Karli obtained early in her career and has kept up with. The EMT certification isn’t overly common in the athletic training community but there are professionals that have it and it could make sense for an AT to have that skill set. Karli provides great and unique insight into that topic of conversation.


We also discuss the transition in education that the profession is going through and how that impact many of the future professionals in athletic training. With most programs being 2+ years with so much information to teach, is it possible to get everything in? Should we be getting everything in during that time and where/how does it all fit? Some unique perspective on how it could all work and potential priority to certain aspects of what athletic trainers do.


Enjoy.






In This Episode:

+Where does the EMT certification fit in for ATs?

+Situational importance.

+MSAT and can we teach it all? Should we teach it all?

+Emergency management is so essential.


Where Can People Find You:

Twitter: @allthings_AT

Twitter: @karli_collins 

@: karlibcollins@gmail.com




www.athletictrainingchat.com 

www.cliniallypressed.com 


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Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Ep. 75: Dr. Julie Stamm-The Brain on Youth Sports

Dr. Julie Stamm is an athletic trainer, professor at UW-Madison and soon to be published author. Dr. Stamm has done some incredible work in her career up to this point. That includes working on concussion and brain injury research at Boston University. Dr. Stamm has continued her work with concussion related research in her current role at UW-Madison.


Dr. Stamm’s focus has been primarily on the effects of repeated subconcussive impacts with youth athletes. This has led Dr. Stamm to write her book, ‘The Brain on Youth Sports’. This book focuses on the facts around subconcussive impacts and the youth brain as well as some of the myths that surround the injury and this particular age group.


In this episode we talk about what Dr. Stamm has been up to in her career, her upcoming book and about her research that she had done and has planned for the future. A lot of fantastic information in this episode, please enjoy this conversation with Dr. Julie Stamm.





Highlights of this Episode:

        +The reason for writing the book.

+The importance of what sub concussive forces can do.

+Is there a ‘best’ time to start contact sports.

>Waiting until high school is best.

+Virginia Tech helmet rating

+Rotational forces and injury

+Brain development piece is so important

>Protect the brain when they are young


ORDER HERE: The Brain on Youth Sports


Connect with Julie: 

Twitter: @juliestammphd

IG: @juliestammphd

FB: @juliestammphd

www.juliestamm.com




www.athletictrainingchat.com 

www.cliniallypressed.com 


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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Ep. 74: Rob Dicks-Mentorship & Multi-Tasking

Rob Dicks does just a little bit of about everything. Not only does Rob wear multiple hats as an athletic trainer, he goes beyond that with administrative duties, community volunteering and his mentorship.

In this episode we talk about two major topics that all athletic trainers probably have a connection to. The first one is mentoring and mentorship. Rob has a unique place in his mentorship roles and how many people that he provides a listening ear to and guidance when they need it. Rob also flips mentorship on its head and is very aware about what he can learn from younger professionals and the importance of staying open to that possibility.


The other main area we discuss is multi-taking, a cornerstone of every athletic trainers professional life. Rob is extremely busy and it can be easy to let one area of life bleed into another. Rob discusses how he approaches handling all the responsibilities placed on him. Rob discusses some great insight and takeaways to try and implement to help juggle all responsibilities.



Highlights of This Episode:

        +Mentorship: not necessary, but great tool.

+Mentorship has no rules, young mentor old.

+Let them learn vs. tell them ahead of time.

+L=Lesson, not loss. Learn.

+What should a mentee look for?

+B.A.N.D. Men Group

+Can you multi-task? Yes. How? Compartmentalize and have a bunch of boxes.

+Make what you’re currently doing the sole focus.


Connect with Rob:

        T: @Rob_DSR

IG: @Rob_DSR



www.athletictrainingchat.com 

www.cliniallypressed.com 


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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Ep. 73: Krystal Tyree-AT Mom & Diversity in AT

Krystal is a secondary school athletic trainer in the Houston, TX area and originally joined us on Ep. 47: Race in Athletic Training. We’ve been attempting to get this podcast to happen for some time and we finally made it happen.

Athletic training is a demanding profession, in particular on your time. Krystal has a one year old and stays extremely busy balancing being a mom and the duties that are required of her as an AT. Krystal readily admits that she doesn’t have it all figured out quite yet but offers up a lot of really great insight into the balancing act that is being an AT Mom.


We also talk further on diversity in athletic training and what Krystal sees as some ideas to help the profession continue to diversify and better serve its patients. Lots of great takeaways in this episode. Enjoy.





In This Episode:

+Teaching certificate along with being an AT

+It take a village

+Planning & Scheduling

+The setting makes the difference

+Be willing to ask for and accept help

+Diversity|Inclusion in AT: Service projects


Connect with Krystal:

Twitter: @Capital_KT



www.athletictrainingchat.com 

www.cliniallypressed.com 


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Thursday, January 14, 2021

Ep. 72: Shauna Erickson-MVMT Matters

Shauna Erickson is an athletic trainer, PhD student, strength and conditioning coach and the founder of MVMT Matters. Needless to say Shauna has a few things going on. 

In this episode we discuss everything Shauna has going on and how it all ties together. With her company MVMT Matters, Shauna combines all her knowledge in athletic training, strength and conditioning as well as the mindset aspect of movement and performance to provide comprehensive programming to her clients.


Shauna’s unique approach allows for a focus on the prevention side of intervention and how it can compliment everything else in an athletes/clients journey to peak performance. So many great take aways from this episode. Enjoy.





Highlights of this Episode:

        +PhD pursuit because of the breadth and future that wasn’t only as a clinician.

+Stats & Clinical significance

+11+ warm-up and outcome measures

+MVMT Matters: What it’s about-’The Complete Athlete’ and Injury Prevention

+MVMT is the core of it all

+Figure out how you are marketable



Connect with Shauna:

IG: @MVMT.Matters

FB: MVMT Matters

@: shauna@mvmtmatters.net



www.athletictrainingchat.com 

www.cliniallypressed.com 


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