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Ritenour, Donna

Faculty, Athletic Training Program Director, Health and Sport Sciences
Maggs Center (MC) 221
410-543-6348 or ext 36348
dmritenoursalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • ATTR 210-001 FNDTNS OF ATHLETIC TRAINING
    Review of the history and governance of the athletic training profession. Addresses the body of knowledge and primary responsibilities of the athletic trainer. Basic skills in risk management and injury prevention are emphasized. An overview of the clinical requirements for the athletic training major is provided. May not receive credit for both ATTR 185 and ATTR 210. Prerequisite: BIOL 215. Three hours lecture, two hours of lab per week.
  • ATTR 382-010 FNDTNS OF THERAPEUTIC EXER
    Designed to provide the student with theories and concepts vital in conditioning, reconditioning, and injury rehabilitation. Gain an understanding of trauma and the healing process and how these affect decisions made in the initiation and progression of a rehabilitation program. May not receive credit for both ATTR 410 and ATTR 382. Prerequisite: ATTR 381. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • ATTR 382-011 FNDTNS OF THERAPEUTIC EXER
    Designed to provide the student with theories and concepts vital in conditioning, reconditioning, and injury rehabilitation. Gain an understanding of trauma and the healing process and how these affect decisions made in the initiation and progression of a rehabilitation program. May not receive credit for both ATTR 410 and ATTR 382. Prerequisite: ATTR 381. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • ATTR 414-001 GEN MEDICAL CONDITION ATTR
    A selection of general medical conditions and disabilities commonly managed by the athletic training professional is addressed. A review of pharmacology and the governing regulations relevant to the dispensing and administering of medication is presented. Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program. Three hours per week with enhancements.
  • PHEC 290-002 SELECTED STUDIES IN PHEC
    Provides opportunities for short-term needs of students and/or faculty. Affords avenue for course experimentation and innovation at the introductory level. May be repeated under different subtitles for a maximum of six credits.

2015 Spring

  • AHPH 513-191 EXER & STR TRAIN FOR REHAB
    Review of injury process to bones/muscles that affect strengthening techniques and ability as well as the interaction of complicating medical history on exercise programs. Students will apply concepts of strengthening, cardiovascular and stretching techniques and design integrated programs for individuals with various medical conditions. Prerequisite: Admission to Applied Health Physiology graduate program. Three hours per week.
  • ATTR 280-010 THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES
    Designed to introduce the theory and application of therapeutic modalities and physical agents commonly utilized in the athletic training profession. Focus of the material presented includes the selection, indications, contraindications and appropriate parmeter selection. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training Program. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory per week.
  • ATTR 280-011 THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES
    Designed to introduce the theory and application of therapeutic modalities and physical agents commonly utilized in the athletic training profession. Focus of the material presented includes the selection, indications, contraindications and appropriate parmeter selection. Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training Program. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Roth, A., Miller, M., Ricard, M., Ritenour, D. & Chapman, B. 
(2006). 
Comparisons of static & dynamic balance following training in aquatic & land environments. 
Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 
15(4), 
299-311. 

Presentations

Fiala, K.A., Ritenour, D.M. (2011). Implementing problem-based learning: Strategies to enhance learning outcomes & encourage evidence based practice. Presented at NATA Athletic Training Educators' Conference, Washington DC.
Fiala, K. & Ritenour, D. (2009). Assessing clinical proficiency: Criterion-based performance list versus analytic scoring rubric. Presented at NATA Athletic Training Educators' Conference, National Harbor, MD.
Fiala, K. & Ritenour, D. (2009). Development of organization & administration proficiency: An example of problem-based learning scenarios & assessment tools. Presented at NATA Athletic Training Educators' Conference, National Harbor, MD.

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