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The Master of Science in Athletic Training is designed to prepare students for careers in a variety
We want to welcome Dr. Brian Smith to the UWF MSAT Faculty. Dr. Smith will serve as the Coordinator of Clinical Education so you may see him out at our clinical sites. He joins us from Charleston Southern University and we are excited to have him, his wife Kathy, and his two boys as part of the Argo Family!
We can't wait to see everyone next week - stay tuned for all the exciting events this year!
We had an opportunity to give back yesterday. Several of the MSAT students helped Health and Hope Clinic organize and clean out their supply of donated braces and other durable medical equipment
Thanks for having us last night!
The students have been busy in Dr. Henderson's Advanced Principles of AT course. The past few weeks were filled with protective equipment, bracing, taping, and casting. Special thanks to preceptors and alumni including Amy Napier, Jenni Wood, and Bob Land - we truly appreciate your expertise!
The MSAT students have been busy in Dr. Smith's Management of Medical Emergencies class. They are working on bleeding management and diabetic emergencies.
We have taken a short break to enjoy the holiday! Happy 4th of July to all...we will be back next week
They survived week one!! We are excited to have our new cohort on campus and learning what it takes to become an athletic trainer. This week included CPR class and an introduction to AT, emergency care, and clinical anatomy. More to come so stay tuned!
We welcomed our new cohort yesterday as well as our newest faculty member, Dr. Brian Smith. The day started with a greeting from the Dean, several icebreakers, and a program overview and ended with some friendly competition at the bowling alley. Stay tuned for more details on the new group!
As we prepare to welcome our new cohort next week, we also welcomed three Anatomage 3D Anatomy Tables. Special thanks to Dr. Debra Vinci for writing the technology grant and Dean Bellar for extra funding.
Year two kicked off last week with summer classes. Special thanks to Dr. Steven Seeker for leading our suture workshop this morning.
Congratulations to first graduating class of the UWF MSAT! So proud of these two and grateful they took the leap to be the guinea pigs...now go forth and be greAT!
Our first MSAT cohort graduates on May 6th - here is a look back at the past two years!
Meet the MSAT Students: Last but not least is Hannah Brooks (on Dr. Henderson's right). Hannah is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at LSU. She is currently helping provide medical care for Tate High School. Hannah is looking forward to her fall immersion with ULL football.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Anthony Perea-Quijano. Anthony is a first year student who completed his undergraduate degree at UWF. He is currently helping provide medical care for Pensacola State College. Anthony is looking forward to a career in collge football.
Congratulations to our own Dr. Kelley Henderson! She was inducted into the National Academies of Practice as a Distinguished Fellow this weekend.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Sally Alfred. Sally is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at UWF. She is currently helping provide medical care for UWF Women's Basketball. Sally is also a Master Sergeant in the Air Force Reserves. We would like to thank her for 18 years of service!
The MSAT students learn how to provide treatment for all the conditions previously discussed during Therapeutic Modalities in AT and Rehabilitation Techniques in AT. Both of these classes are taught during the first year in the program.
Do you want to contribute to the UWF MSAT program but not sure how to help? Well, charge ypur phones and have your credit card on standby. The MSAT students will be calling on Thursday, March 23rd starting at 5:00 pm CST for the first ever UWF MSAT Phonathon. DM us if you want to contribute before or to ensure your number is added to the list.
Exciting news! The CAATE has officially awarded initial accreditation to the UWF MSAT. When students ask, we can finally say "yes, we are an accredited program!"
Did you know our students learn about asthma, diabetes, and skin diseases during the second year in General Medical Conditions in the Athlete? They also have clinical rotations with local primary care physicians.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Olivia Weeks. Olivia is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at Western Carolina University. She is currently helping provide medical care for Catholic High School. Olivia hopes to work with gymnastics or performing arts in the future.
Our students learn about musculoskeletal injuries during the first year in Orthopedic Assessment I and II classes.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Melea Stokes. Melea is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at UWF. She is currently helping provide medical care for UWF Basketball. Melea is also the the Outdoor Adventure Graduate Assistant for UWF Recreation.
Our students learn about exertional heat illness recognition and treatment during the Management of Medical Emergencies course in first summer semester.
Did you know there is a whole month dedicated to athletic trainers? Check back to see what we celebrate!
Great to see the MSAT students "fully" immerse themselves in the poverty simulation!
Day 2 in the books! Lots of learning, color coordinating, and networking. Wrapped up the day Hollywood style at the reception.
UWF MSAT student Anthony Perea-Quijano and his preceptor, Tera Malarik (UWF '21) were recognized today by NATA president Kathy Dieringer. Through their lifesaving efforts last week, a student-athlete survived an anaphylaxis reaction. ATs Save Lives!
A handful of MSAT students were able to hear Dr. Roger Ostrander speak about elbow injuries. Dr. Ostrander and Dr. Josh Hackel serve as UWF team physicians and Dr. Hackel is the MSAT medical director.
Admission deadline is ONE month away. If you want to join the UWF MSAT June 2023 cohort, submit your application by March 1st.
The MSAT students and Dr. Henderson joined UWF alumnus Jessica Rutherford for the HOSA Competition today...the sun was shining and the students had a blast!
This is what we, and all AT programs, train our students to be prepared to do. We also say a prayer that they never have to do it. Sending best wishes to Damar Hamlin and all the Buffalo Bills players and staff!
We will be back in January...see you then!
Thankful for this group!! We took a break to enjoy breakfast together and share what we are thankful for this year. Ready to have our year two students back on campus to complete the picture!
We interrupt meeting the students to highlight the MSAT faculty: Dr. Henderson and Dr. Dake came together to support the UKCOH Ending Alzheimer's basketball event.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Madeline Fraga. Mady is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at UWF. She is currently helping provide medical care for Pine Forest High School. When Mady isn't helping her preceptor Melissa (pictured on the right), she is helping everyone with their Chick-fil-A fix!
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Kelsey Hodges. Kelsey is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at UWF. She is currently helping provide medical care for UWF Football. Fun fact: Kelsey plays outfield for UWF softball and hopes to continue working in college sports.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Denali Bishop. Denali is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at UWF. She is currently helping provide medical care for UWF Football. Denali hopes to continueher AT career with collegiate sports.
Meet the MSAT Students: Next up is Cassidy Hydes. Cassidy is a first year student who completed her undergraduate degree at the University of South Florida. She is currently helping provide medical care for Catholic High School (pictured with preceptor, Skylar Beard, right, and UWF alum Joseph Bloyd) Cassidy hopes to work with hockey in the future.
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