The Saint Louis University Athletic Training Program in the Doisy College of Health Sciences is a graduate professional program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
October 19, 2021
SLU AT Student Appreciates the Clinical Learning Environment at Edwardsville HS
October 13, 2021
SLU AT Students Acknowledge Preceptor's Role Providing an Excellent Learning Environment at Affton HS
October 12, 2021
SLU AT Student Enjoys Connecting Classroom and Clinical Learning at Rockwood Summit HS
I really enjoyed my first clinical experience at Rockwood Summit High School. Although it has only been about a month, I have already learned a lot from my preceptor, Mercy Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer and SLU Alum Tony Mosello MAT, ATC. This semester, I have learned about some injuries and clinical skills in class and gotten the chance to apply or see them in clinical.
October 11, 2021
SLU AT Student Finds a Welcoming Community in a Busy Clinical Site at Marquette HS
October 08, 2021
SLU AT Student Gains New Skills Through Clinical Experience at Webster Groves HS
October 07, 2021
SLU AT Students Build Their Skills in a Dynamic and Collaborative Environment with Billiken Athletics
October 06, 2021
SLU AT Student Sees the Importance of Communication Skills in Clinical Practice at DeSmet Jesuit High School
October 04, 2021
SLU AT Students Enjoy Numerous Clinical Learning Opportunities with Washington University
October 03, 2021
SLU AT Students Appreciate Preceptor's Commitment to Preparation and Learning at John Burroughs School
John Burroughs School (JBS) has been an incredibly insightful, fast paced, and hands-on experience under the guidance of our preceptor, Dean Tiffany, ATC. No stranger to the word “busy,” Dean is the head athletic trainer, assistant athletic director, and wrestling coach at John Burroughs. This may seem like a full plate to have, but we have quickly learned that the staff at JBS have this strong work ethic and take on this challenge head on, fully committing to their role.
The pride and joy of the fall season, football has been an excellent opportunity for us to heighten our emergency care skills, such as c-spine stabilization and equipment removal, in a highly competitive environment. With the hot St. Louis summers lingering through September, heat illness simulations are another necessary practice. We always make sure to have a rectal thermometer and the ice bath on hand!
One of Dean’s strong suits as a preceptor, all of this preparation has made us confident in our ability to provide optimal care to our athletes. There are numerous new special tests, taping techniques, rehab exercises, therapeutic modalities, etc. that we have learned in just our first month at this site. Under Dean’s supervision and with his trust, we have had numerous opportunities to take the lead and demonstrate our newly learned skills. We know that in the weeks to come there is so much to be absorbed and expand our scope of practice. We look forward to an electric semester ahead.