The Official Podcast of the Journal of Athletic Training
JAT Chat | Consensus Statement on the Provision of Nutrition Services in Collegiate Athletics
Dr. Shelby Baez interviews Dana White, MS, RDN, ATC about the Interassociation Consensus Statement on Sports Nutrition Models for the Provision of Nutrition Services from Registered Dietitian Nutritionists in Collegiate Athletics.
Dana Angelo White, MS, RDN, ATC is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified athletic trainer, cookbook author, journalist, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She specializes in culinary nutrition, recipe development and sports nutrition. Dana works closely with chefs and authors to develop creative and healthy recipes for cookbooks, magazines and menus. She is the nutrition expert for Food Network.com and founding contributor for Food Network’s Healthy Eats blog.
JATCast | Clinical Management of Patellar Tendinopathy
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article Clinical Management of Patellar Tendinopathy which was featured in the July issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
JATCast | Use of Lifesaving Medications by Athletic Trainers
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the "Use of Lifesaving Medications by Athletic Trainers" by Dr. Mark Hoffman and colleagues which is featured in the July issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
Article Link: https://bit.ly/3E4szHb
JATChat | Youth Athletes’ Parents’ Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Christianne Eason and Dr. Alicia Lacy about their recent article Youth Athletes' Parents' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession.
Article Link: https://bit.ly/3SrAWB6
Dr. Christianne Eason is the President of Sport Safety at the Korey Stringer Institute housed at the University of Connecticut. Christy is a certified athletic trainer and has worked clinically in the NCAA Division I, NCAA Division III, and secondary school settings. Prior to joining the KSI team, Dr. Eason worked as an Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and the graduate school coordinator for the School of Health Sciences at Lasell University. Her research interests focus on the work-life interface of athletic trainers and the examination of individual and organizational level factors that impact retention. She has expertise in qualitative and mixed-methodologies. Dr. Eason earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from the University of Connecticut, her Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Physical Activity from James Madison University and her Doctorate in Sport Management from the University of Connecticut.
Dr. Alicia Lacy is an assistant professor of athletic training in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Maine. Prior to her position at UMaine, she taught/co-taught various courses during her doctoral studies (UConn) and post-doctoral research fellowship (A.T. Still University) including Health and Medicine, Evidence-Based Practice, and Qualitative Research Methodology. She currently teaches Prevention and Care for Sports Injuries. Dr. Lacy’s research focus involves the use of active learning strategies to develop effective educational interventions and approaches within the field of athletic training that improve clinician practice and optimize patient outcomes. In addition to her UMaine responsibilities and research agenda, Dr. Lacy serves as a reviewer for multiple academic journals, volunteers with the Board of Certification to provide support for select initiatives, and is a member of the NATA Foundation’s Educational Resources Committee and Korey Stringer Institute’s Medical and Science Advisory Board.
JAT Chat | Physical Activity and Quality of Life after ACL Reconstruction
Dr. Shelby Baez interviews Dr. Hope Davis-Wilson about her recent publication titled "Association of Quality of Life With Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction".
Article Link: https://bit.ly/3pvobIV
Dr. Hope Davis-Wilson is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Colorado. Previously, she completed her Master's in Exercise Physiology and her PhD in Human Movement Science with a specialization in Biomechanics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Davis-Wilson's research is at the intersection of bioengineering and human physiology. She is interested in utilizing wearable sensors to monitor rehabilitation following injury.
JATCast | Talar Cartilage Deformation in Individuals with and without Chronic Ankle Instability
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article titled "Talar Cartilage Deformation and Spatiotemporal Gait Patterns in Individuals with and without Chronic Ankle Instability" by Dr. Kyle Kosik and colleagues.
Top Level Athletic Training Research
This is the very best athletic training research podcast on the internet.
Needs more hard science episodes
They review too many articles that are soft science topics such as “social determinants of health” and “work life balance”. I want to see more podcasts on hard sciences that cover topics like injury prevention and rehabilitation. The JAT publishes them, this podcast ignores them.
Love the content
Love that there is a JATA podcast! Please work on audio quality and then the podcast will be great!