Walter, Jessica Marie, Gehnrich, Stephen C., Patterson, Sophia and Warman, Stephanie (2019) A Survey of the Public's Knowledge About Honey Bees. vol. 159. no. 11. pp. 1275-1276. American Bee Journal. Web Address
Hankemeier, Dorice A., Walter, Jessica Marie, McCarty, Cailee W., Newton, Eric J., Walker, Stacy E., Pribesh, Shana L., Jamali, Beth E., Manspeaker, Sarah A. and Van Lunen, Bonnie L., Sarah (2013) Use of Evidence-Based Practice Among Athletic Training Educators, Clinicians, and Students, Part 1: Perceived Importance, Knowledge, and Confidence. vol. 48. no. 3. pp. 394-404. JOURNAL OF ATHLETIC TRAINING.
McCarty, Cailee W., Hankemeier, Dorice A., Walter, Jessica Marie, Newton, Eric J. and Van Lunen, Bonnie L., Eric (2013) Use of Evidence-Based Practice Among Athletic Training Educators, Clinicians, and Students, Part 2: Attitudes, Beliefs, Accessibility, and Barriers. vol. 48. no. 3. pp. 405-415. JOURNAL OF ATHLETIC TRAINING.
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Basic first aid and emergency concepts (CPR), as well as prevention, recognition, treatment and management of injuries and physical disabilities that effect exercise. Initial and follow-up care are studied, along with the influence of training and program design on adaptations associated with diseases, functional disabilities and injuries that affect strengthening techniques. Four hours per week.
EXSC 333 KINESIOLOGY (Spring 2020)
Examination of the structure and function of the human body and the mechanical principles affecting its movement. Review of the musculoskeletal system followed by an in-depth study of how human movement occurs. Presentation of nomenclature of the body planes, axes and movement. May not receive credit for both PHEC 333 and PHEC 433. Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 215. PHED Major Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 205. Five hours per week.