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Leadership and Management in Athletic Training, Second Edition
An Integrated Approach

Author(s): Matthew R. Kutz, Bowling Green State University
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284124880
  • Product With Access Code    336 pages      © 2019
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Leadership and Management in Athletic Training: An Integrated Approach, Second Edition is designed to help athletic trainers effectively integrate the art of leadership with the science of management. While the Board of Certification (BOC) Role Delineation Study and Practice Analysis has identified the evolving role of leadership within athletic training, few resources exist to address it; this text’s purpose is to remedy that and give athletic training students and athletic trainers the tools they need to become successful leaders and managers.

Beginning with an exploration of the profession’s history and the role of the sports medicine team today, Leadership and Management in Athletic Training considers the key concepts and theories of professional preparation, leadership, and management. Later chapters introduce management techniques such as record keeping, financial management, revenue and reimbursement strategies, as well as risk management. The text concludes with coverage of strategic thinking, facility design, professional ethics, and international athletic training. Core concepts are highlighted and reinforced through the inclusion of “From the Field” anecdotes, “Leadership Application” scenarios, and “Leadership Activity” assignments.

Features & Benefits

  • “From the Field” features present anecdotes told from an athletic trainer’s perspective that reinforce chapter content
  • “Leadership Application” features provide realistic scenarios and critical thinking questions that encourage students to apply leadership principles to AT management and administration.
  • “Leadership Activity” features provide hands-on learning assignments.
  • The Navigate Companion Website, included with every print copy of the text, includes podcasts, supplemental chapter on evidence-based leadership, Interactive Glossary, Flashcards, Crossword puzzles, and Weblinks

Applicable Courses

Written for the upper-level undergraduate and graduate level course in Athletic Training courses related to management, administration, organization, and leadership

Chapter  1  History and Development of Athletic Training
Chapter  2  Developing the Sports Medicine Team
Chapter  3  Communication Strategies for Athletic Trainers
Chapter  4  Professional Preparation
Chapter  5  Concepts of Leadership
Chapter  6  Leadership Behaviors for Athletic Trainers
Chapter  7  Key Concepts of Management
Chapter  8  Human Resources and Organizational Development
Chapter  9  Record Keeping and Documentation
Chapter  10  Financial Management
Chapter  11  Reimbursement and Revenue
Chapter  12  Legal Issues and Risk Management
Chapter  13  Strategic Thinking and Program Planning
Chapter  14  Facility Design and Management
Chapter  15  Professional Ethics
Chapter  16  International Athletic Training

Matthew R. Kutz-Bowling Green State University

Matt Kutz is an Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University, an award-winning author, and an international athletic training scholar. He has lived and taught in Rwanda (Fulbright Scholar, University of Rwanda, College of Medicine and Health Science) and Australia (Visiting Research Fellow, Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University). Matt is a member of The CAATE Ethics and Professional Standards Committee, the NATA’s International Committee, and Educational Journal Committee. He serves as Senior Associate Editor for the Athletic Training Education Journal and has been an athletic trainer for 23 years.

  • Chapter 15
    Preview Chapter 15 "Professional Ethics"
  • Chapter 4
    Preview Chapter 4 "Professional Preparation"
  • Chapter 5
    Preview Chapter 5 "Key Concepts of Leadership"
  • Chapter 6
    Preview Chapter 6 "Leadership Behaviors for Athletic Trainers"
  • Front Matter
    Preview the Preface