EBP Course 3: Sport Safety Management / Pediatric Overuse Injuries (SSRM03)

Athletic Trainers


Description

APPROVED FOR 2.0 EBP CEUs

This clinical EBP course is comprised of three modules, and covers the following topics:

Pediatric Overuse Injuries
Medication Management and Steroids
Athletic Training Issues in Secondary School Settings
At the completion of this course, learners should be able to:

Identify strategies to reduce the risk of overuse injuries in the pediatric athlete.
Describe the role of the sports medicine provider in ensuring a safe sports environment for pediatric athletes.
Understand the laws and best practices regarding prescription and non-prescription medication use in intercollegiate and professional athletics.
Describe the various policies regarding anabolic steroid use in the secondary school and collegiate settings.
Understand how the components of the Appropriate Medical Care in the Secondary School Aged-Athlete relate to improved medical care.
Describe how the use of athletic trainers in the secondary school setting is an important risk management strategy.

Sport Safety International is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. This program has been approved for a maximum 2.0 hours of EBP Category continuing education. Certified Athletic Trainers are responsible for claiming only those hours actually spent participating in the continuing education activity.

BOC Approved EBP Provider #: P8228-4

Content
  • Introduction
  • Module 1: Pediatric Overuse Injuries
  • Module 1: Pediatric Overuse Injuries
  • Learning Checkpoint 1: Pediatric
  • Module 2: Medication Management and Steroids
  • Module 2: Medication Management and Steroids
  • Learning Checkpoint 2: Medication Management and Seroids
  • Module 3: Athletic Training Issues in Secondary School Setting
  • Module 3: Athletic Training Issues in Secondary School Settings
  • Learning Checkpoint 3: Athletic Training Issues in Secondary Schools
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 1 year