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Fiala, Kelly

Associate Dean,Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Faculty, Health and Sport Sciences
Teacher Education & Technology Center (TE) 354E
410-543-6347 or ext 36347
kafialasalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • ATTR 320-001 CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
    Designed to integrate the pathlogy of traumatic injuries and acute illnesses with prevention and management strategies in a problem-based learning format. Topics are addressed through a comprehensive approach that includes proficiencies to which the students have been previously exposed. May not receive credit for both ATTR 222 and ATTR 320. Prerequisites: Admission to Athletic Training Program, ATTR 213. Two hours lecture, a minimum of 12 hours clinical practice per week.
  • ATTR 420-001 CLINICAL REHAB & ADMIN
    Designed to integrate the topics of health care administration and therapeutic excercise in a problem-based learning format. Primay focus is the initiation and progression of rehabilitation in a clinical setting. Topics are addressed through a comprehensive approach that includes proficiencies to which the students have been previously exposed. May not receive credit for both ATTR 322 and ATTR 420. Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, ATTR 370, 384. Two hours lecture and a minimum of 12 hours clinical practice per week.

2015 Spring

  • ATTR 221-001 RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
    Designed to integrate the topics of risk management and injury prevention in a problem-based learning format. Topics are addressed througy a comprehensive approach that includes proficiencies to which the students have been previously exposed. Prerequisite: Admission to Athletic Training Program. Two hours of lecture, a minimum of 12 hours of clinical practice per week.
  • ATTR 245-001 ANATOMY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT
    Designed to allow exploration of concepts related to osteology, myology, and arthrology of the spine and extremities. The assessment of osteokinematics and arthrokinematics is discussed and demonstrated in a laboratory setting. Components of posture and gait are explored and evaluated. Utilize Newton’s laws for the understanding of functional anatomy. Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
  • ATTR 321-001 CLINICAL EVAL AND MANAGEMENT
    Designed to integrate clinical evaluation skills and the use of physical agents and therapeutic modalities in a problem-based learning format. Topics are addressed through a comprehensive approach that includes proficiencies to which the students have been previously exposed. Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, ATTR 380, and ATTR 381. Two hours lecture and a minimum of 12 hours clinical practice per week.
  • ATTR 479-601 ATHLETIC TRAINING PRACTICUM
    Designed as a culminating experience to prepare students as professionals in the filed of athletic training. Students select a clinical site, other than Salisbury University, and are exposed to alternate clinical practice and philosophies of athletic training services. Exposure assists students in developing their own ideals in the field of athletic training. Prerequisite: Completion of all Athletic Training major requirements. (P/F)

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Armstrong, L., Pumerantz, A., Fiala, K., Roti, M., Kavouras, S., Casa, D. & Maresh, C. 
(in press). 
Human hydration indices: Acute & longitudinal reference values. 
International Journal of Sports Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism, 
D'Abundo, M., Marinaro, L. & Fiala, K. 
(in press). 
An online learning module focused on smoking education & prevention for college students: Implications for college health instructors & allied health professionals. 
Journal of Allied Health, 
Fiala, K., D'Abundo, M. & Marinaro, L. 
(in press). 
Construct validity & reliability of college students' responses to the reasons for smoking scale. 
Journal of American College Health, 
D'Abundo, M., Fugate-Whitlock, E. & Fiala, K. 
(2011). 
Recycling Mentors: An Intergenerational, Service-Learning Program to Promote Recycling & Environmental Awareness. 
Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, 
17(4), 
373-375. 
Muller, S. M., Gorrow, T. R., & Fiala, K. A. 
(2011). 
Considering protective factors as a tool for teacher resiliency.

Education, 131, 545-555.
Muller, S., Gorrow, T., & Fiala, K. 
(2011). 
Considering Protective Factors as a Tool for Teacher Resiliency. 
Education, 
132(1), 
Muller, S.M., Gorrow, T.R., & Fiala, K.A. 
(2011). 
Considering Protective Factors as a Tool for Teacher Resiliency. 
Education, 
131(3), 
545-555. 
Sidman, C.L., Fiala, K.A., & D'Abundo, M.L. 
(2011). 
Exercise motivation of college students in online, face-to-face, & blended basic studies physical activity & wellness course delivery formats. 
Journal of American College Health, 
59(7), 
662-664. 
D'Abundo, M., Marinaro, L. & Fiala, K. 
(2009). 
An online survey of cigarette use in college students: Using demographic information to influence health education, prevention & intervention efforts on college campuses. 
Journal of International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport, & Dance Research, 
4(2), 
6-9. 
Armstrong, L., Casa, D., Roti, M., Craig, S., Fiala, K. Mahood, N., Lee, E., & Maresh, C. 
(2008). 
Betaine as an ergogenic aid during strenuous running & sprinting in a hot environment 
Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 
22(3), 
851-860. 
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Presentations

Muller, S., Gorrow, T., & Fiala, K. (2012). Considering Protective Factors as a Tool for Teacher Resiliency. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Education
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. (2009). Comparison of concussion assessment tools: Standardized assessment of concussion (SAC) & immediate post concussion assessment & cognitive test (ImPACTTM). Presented at the annual meeting & clinical symposia. Presented at National Athletic Trainers' Association, San Antonio, TX.
Fiala, K. (2009). Nutrition competency of certified athletic trainers. Presented at the annual meeting & clinical symposia. Presented at National Athletic Trainers' Association, San Antonio, TX.
Fiala, K. (2009). A subjective view of the effects of goggles in women's lacrosse. Presented at the annual meeting & clinical symposia. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association, Virginia Beach, VA.
Fiala, K. (2009). Nutrition competency of certified athletic trainers. Presented at the annual meeting & clinical symposia. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association, Virginia Beach, VA.
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.
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.

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