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What should you determine when developing a Strategic Plan

Why there is a need for the program and what the function of the program should be

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What does a mission statement do for a strategic plan?

Helps to focus the direction of the program

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What does WOTS UP Analysis stand for

W-weakness, O=Opportunities, T=Threats, S=strengths underlying planning

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Define Policies

clear and accurate written statements that indentify the basic rules and principles used to control and expedite decision making

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Define Procedures

describes the process by which something is done (the how)

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Expendable Supplies

are used for injury prevention ,first aid, and management (tape, band-aids, hydrogen peroxide)

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Non-Expendable Supplies

supplies that can be reused ( ACE wrap, scissors, neoprene sleeves)

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Non-consumable capital equipment

equipment that is usually not removed from the AT facility

(ice machines, treatment tables)

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Capital Equipment

includes crutches, coolers, and AT kits

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Purchasing systems

Competitive Bid & Direct buy

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Competitive Bid

used for expensive purchases, vendors will quote prices and lowest bid with be vendor of choice

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Direct Buy

Smaller purchases or emergency purchases made directly from a single vendor

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Operation Costs

additional budget considerations, including telephone, postage, utities, contracts with physicians, professional liability insurance, membership, purchases of professional journals, travel expenses

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Parts of a Risk Management Plan

Security Issue, Fire Safety, Electrical and equipment safety, and Emergency action plan

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Emergency Action Plan

Develop a systematic plan for accessing the emergency medical system and transportation to an emergency care facility ..Define how injuries with be taken care of and lays out the roles of each member of the Health Care team.

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Release of medical records

Athletes must sign a waiver that specifies which information is to be released

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HIPPA

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability

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FERPA

Family Educational Rights and Privacy

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What is the Primary purpose of a Pre Participation Exam

To identify an athlete who may be at risk before he/she participate in a specific sport

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Components of pre-participation exam

Medical Hx, Physical Exam, Cardiovascular Screening, Maturity Assessment, Orthopedic Screening, Wellness Screening

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Patient Treatment Log

should have sign in log for anyone recieving treatments, these are legal documents

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Injury Evaluation and Progress notes

record in SOAP note format

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SOAP stands for...

S=subjective, O=objective, A=assessment, P=plan

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define Accident

Unplanned event capable of resulting in loss of time, property damage, injury, disablement, or death

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define Injury

damage to the body that restricts activity or causes disability to which the athletic is unable to participate the next day

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Case Study Approach to collecting injury data

looks at one single incidence of a injury and can yield some critical information about the cause and subsequent efficacy of treatment for a particular injury

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Epidemiological approach to collecting injury data

Analyzes a large number of similar injuries, provide the greatest amount of information. studied according to age of occurrence, gender, body regions that sustain injuries, or occurrences in different sports

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Extrinsic Factors:

The type of activity that is performed, the amount of exposure to injury, factors in the environment and the equipment

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define Epidemiology

the scientific study of factors affecting the health and illness of individuals and popualtsions

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Intrinsic Factors:

Refers directly to the athlete and includes age, gender, neuromuscular aspects, structural aspects, performance aspects, and mental and psychological aspects

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National Safety council

draws sports injury data from a variety of sources

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CPSA

Consumer Product safety act 1972, enforces the safety standards for more than 10,000 products that may be risky to the consumer

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NEISS

National Electronic Injury Surveillance system