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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30284457/qualitative-evaluation-of-high-school-implementation-strategies-for-youth-sports-concussion-laws
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Jingzhen Yang, Susan Davies, Kathryn Coxe, Hosea H Harvey, Bhavna Singichetti, Jinhong Guo
CONTEXT:  All 50 states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws governing concussion management and education. These concussion laws, featuring common tenets regarding removal from play, return to play, and concussion education, have shaped school and district policies. OBJECTIVE:  To evaluate the strategies commonly used to implement concussion laws at the school and district levels, as reported by certified athletic trainers (ATs). DESIGN:  Qualitative study...
October 4, 2018: Journal of Athletic Training
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30060623/the-effect-of-a-6-month-coach-educational-program-on-strengthening-coach-athlete-interpersonal-relationships-in-individual-youth-sport
#2
Ausra Lisinskiene
The purpose of this intervention study was to develop an educational program for coaches to strengthen the coach⁻athlete interpersonal relationship in individual youth sport. To obtain data in the qualitative interpretative phenomenology phase, 10 youth sports coaches took part in semi-structured, in-depth interviews. The educational program was developed by integrating psychological, educational and social skills into the educational coaching sessions. The program involved a detailed video analysis, theoretical classes, and individual consultations...
July 29, 2018: Sports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29991218/coaches-perceptions-of-the-quality-of-care-provided-by-athletic-trainers
#3
Paul T Cutrufello
BACKGROUND: The coach's perception of the quality of care provided by the athletic trainer (AT) is essential in providing the best care for the athlete given the coaches' influential role on the sports medicine team. The purpose of this study was to examine National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) coaches' perceptions of the quality of care provided by the athletic trainer (AT). METHODS: A survey was used to assess NCAA coaches' perceptions in both 1998 and 2016 in order to provide an analysis of change over time...
July 9, 2018: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29969083/evaluation-of-a-medically-supervised-concussion-protocol-for-youth-hockey-in-canada
#4
Michael J Ellis, Jeff Leiter, Dean M Cordingley, Karen Reimer, James Koenig, Kelly F Russell
OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to evaluate the feasibility and implementation of a standardized medically supervised concussion protocol established between a city-wide AAA hockey league and a multi-disciplinary concussion program. METHODS: We conducted a retrospective review of injury surveillance, clinical and healthcare utilization data from all athletes evaluated and managed through the Winnipeg AAA Hockey concussion protocol during the 2016-2017 season...
July 2018: Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. le Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29929417/case-studies-in-exercise-and-sport-sciences-a-powerful-tool-to-bridge-the-science-practice-gap
#5
Israel Halperin
Despite the progress made by the scientific exercise community in collaborating and communicating with nonscientist coaches, there is room for improvement. Coaches find research difficult to understand, feel that their interests are not being addressed by exercise research, and rely on peer discussion to further their coaching knowledge base while consuming few peer-reviewed articles. One useful strategy to bridge the science-practice gap is with case studies. In addition to furthering our understanding of the physiology, psychology, and training schedules of elite athletes, case studies can serve (1) as a useful communication channel with coaches if presented as narratives and (2) to establish and strengthen relationships between scientists and coaches, leading to fruitful research collaborations...
July 1, 2018: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29688028/transition-to-practice-for-graduate-assistant-athletic-trainers-providing-medical-care-in-the-secondary-school-setting
#6
Jessica L Kirby, Stacy E Walker, Stephanie M Mazerolle
CONTEXT:   Transition to clinical practice can be challenging for newly credentialed athletic trainers (ATs), who are expected to immediately step into their roles as autonomous clinicians. For those providing care in the secondary school setting, this transition may be complicated by the fact that many practice in isolation from other health care providers. OBJECTIVE:   To explore the transition to practice of newly credentialed graduate assistant ATs providing medical care in the secondary school...
May 2018: Journal of Athletic Training
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29584461/case-studies-in-exercise-and-sport-sciences-a-powerful-tool-to-bridge-the-science-practice-gap
#7
Israel Halperin
Despite the progress made by the scientific exercise community in collaborating and communicating with non-scientist coaches, there is room for improvement. Coaches find research difficult to understand, feel that their interests are not being addressed by exercise research, and rely on peer-discussion to further their coaching knowledge base while consuming little peer-reviewed articles. One useful strategy to bridge the science-practice gap is with case-studies. In addition to furthering our understanding of the physiology, psychology, and training schedules of elite athletes, case studies can serve 1) as a useful communication channel with coaches if presented as narratives and 2) to establish and strengthen relationships between scientists and coaches leading to fruitful research collaborations...
March 27, 2018: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29481449/knowledge-attitudes-and-beliefs-of-youth-sports-coaches-regarding-sport-volume-recommendations-and-sport-specialization
#8
Eric G Post, Stephanie M Trigsted, Daniel A Schaefer, Lisa A Cadmus-Bertram, Andrew M Watson, Timothy A McGuine, M Alison Brooks, David R Bell
Overuse injuries in youth athletes are becoming increasingly common which may be a result of the prevalence of year-round specialized sport participation. Previous research has identified sport volume recommendations related to months per year, hours per week, and simultaneous participation in multiple sports leagues. Coaches are a primary influence on a youth athlete's decision to specialize in a single sport. Therefore, identifying coaches' baseline beliefs and perceptions is important for developing strategies to educate coaches about safe sport participation...
February 22, 2018: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29381719/positive-youth-development-and-observed-athlete-behavior-in-recreational-sport
#9
Matthew Vierimaa, Mark W Bruner, Jean Côté
OBJECTIVES: Competence, confidence, connection, and character are regarded as outcomes of positive youth development (PYD) in sport. However, the specific athlete behaviors associated with different PYD profiles are not well understood. Thus, the purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between athletes' observed behavior during sport competitions and their perceptions of PYD outcomes. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study with systematic behavioral observation...
2018: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29071114/cracking-the-code-for-maintaining-quality-training-in-olympic-distance-triathlon-lessons-learnt-from-a-squad-of-elite-scandinavian-athletes
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Corrie Myburgh, Tobias Hansen, Anders Holm Beck, Eleanor Boyle
OBJECTIVE: High-quality training is a key determinant of performance in the Olympic distance triathlon and is potentially influenced by a unique array of context-specific biopsychosocial factors. Our objective was to explore and describe these factors among squad members of a university-based, elite Olympic distance triathlete developmental programme. METHOD: A qualitative investigation using a visual communication tool-assisted focus group and longitudinal semistructured individual interviews was conducted...
2017: BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28707644/going-the-extra-mile-lessons-learned-from-running-coaches-applied-to-medicine
#11
Ryan Graddy, Scott Wright
Master clinicians and successful long-distance runners have a lot in common. Both are dedicated to continuous improvement and are flexible in their approach, allowing for adaptation to meet unplanned challenges. Given these similarities and the important role of coaches in athletics, there is an opportunity for medical educators to learn from excellent running coaching. The authors spent time with three respected running coaches at different levels (high school, college, and postcollegiate online) and identified six principles employed by these coaches that seem to be particularly relevant for promoting skill development in medicine...
January 2017: Education for Health: Change in Training & Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28382758/coaching-is-teamwork-the-role-of-need-supportive-coaching-and-the-motivational-climate-in-stimulating-proactivity-in-volleyball-teams
#12
S Van Puyenbroeck, J Stouten, G Vande Broek
Team sports settings are challenging, dynamic environments in which coaches often benefit from proactive players who take initiative in providing valuable suggestions and feedback. Based on self-determination theory and achievement goal theory, this study examined the mediating role of a mastery and performance motivational climate in the positive relation between coaches' psychological need-supportive behavior and team athletes' proactivity. The study sample consisted of 75 male and 105 female volleyball players (Mage =21...
January 2018: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28195795/sources-of-stress-experienced-by-elite-male-wheelchair-basketball-players
#13
Elizabeth Campbell, Graham Jones
The purpose of the study was to examine the sources of stress in an international squad of elite male wheelchair basketball players (n = 10) via structured interviews. Inductive content-analysis was used to derive stress categories from the athletes' perspective. Ten distinct general stress source dimensions emerged: preevent concerns, negative match preparation, on-court concerns, postmatch performance concerns, negative aspects major event, poor group interaction and communication, negative coaching style/behavior, relationship issues, demands or costs of wheelchair basketball, and lack of disability awareness...
January 2002: Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly: APAQ
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28119882/responsibility-for-child-and-adolescent-s-psychosocial-support-associated-with-severe-sports-injuries
#14
Charlotte Hallquist, Ulrika Tranaeus Fitzgerald, Marie Alricsson
The manner in which health professionals and coaches act and decide on treatment and prognosis can influence athletes in a way that not only strengthens them, but it can also reduce their confidence in their own ability. The purpose was to determine who has the responsibility for child and adolescent psychosocial support needed in connection with a severe sports injury as well as investigate whether coaches, physiotherapists and parents are aware of the support that is needed. Qualitative interviews with coaches, parents and physiotherapists with experience of serious sports injuries in young people aged 12 to 16 years old from different sports were analysed using content analysis...
December 2016: Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27719269/examining-coaches-perceptions-of-how-their-stress-influences-the-coach-athlete-relationship
#15
Richard C Thelwell, Christopher R D Wagstaff, Michael T Chapman, Göran Kenttä
This study extends recent coach stress research by evaluating how coaches perceive their stress experiences to affect athletes, and the broader coach-athlete relationship. A total of 12 coaches working across a range of team sports at the elite level took part in semi-structured interviews to investigate the 3 study aims: how they perceive athletes to detect signals of coach stress; how they perceive their stress experiences to affect athletes; and, how effective they perceive themselves to be when experiencing stress...
October 2017: Journal of Sports Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27462963/concussion-knowledge-and-communication-behaviors-of-collegiate-wrestling-coaches
#16
Emily Kroshus, Zachary Y Kerr, J D DeFreese, John T Parsons
Sport coaches can play an important role in shaping a team's approach to concussion safety through their communication with team members. However, across all sports, there is limited knowledge about factors that make coaches more or less likely to engage in safety-supportive communication. The objectives of this study were to assess the concussion-related knowledge and attitudes of wrestling coaches, as well as the extent to which they engage in autonomy-supportive coaching practices, and to determine how these factors are related to communication with athletes in support of concussion safety...
August 2017: Health Communication
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27431711/overtraining-of-athletes
#17
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In brief: A panel of exercise physiologists and physicians involved with athletes discuss the little-understood subject of overtraining. It is the point where too much training puts the athlete over-rather than at-his or her peak. The panel discusses the signs and causes of overtraining and suggests ways to prevent it by monitoring post-workout weight, evening fluid intake, time to bed, loss of sleep, and morning heart rate. They stress the importance of the coach and emphasize that good communication and ongoing concern for athletes as individuals can go a long way toward preventing overtraining...
June 1983: Physician and Sportsmedicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27029958/athletes-perception-of-the-causes-of-injury-in-gymnastics
#18
Edvard Kolar, Mitija S Pavletič, Maja Smrdu, Almir Atiković
BACKGROUND: Gymnastics requires a high level of flexibility, conditioning and complete body recruitment that is infrequently matched by other sports. Artistic gymnastics has a relatively high incidence of injuries, which are generally of minor or medium severity. With all its complexity, it poses a unique diagnostic and treatment challenge to medical practitioners. The present study examined athletes' perception of the causes of injury and of the possible ways to reduce their incidence...
May 2017: Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26904525/the-emotional-coaching-model-quantitative-and-qualitative-research-into-relationships-communication-and-decisions-in-physical-and-sports-rehabilitation
#19
Stefano Respizzi, Elisabetta Covelli
The emotional coaching model uses quantitative and qualitative elements to demonstrate some assumptions relevant to new methods of treatment in physical rehabilitation, considering emotional, cognitive and behavioral aspects in patients, whether or not they are sportsmen. Through quantitative tools (Tampa Kinesiophobia Scale, Emotional Interview Test, Previous Re-Injury Test, and reports on test scores) and qualitative tools (training contracts and relationships of emotional alliance or "contagion"), we investigate initial assumptions regarding: the presence of a cognitive and emotional mental state of impasse in patients at the beginning of the rehabilitation pathway; the curative value of the emotional alliance or "emotional contagion" relationship between healthcare provider and patient; the link between the patient's pathology and type of contact with his own body and emotions; analysis of the psychosocial variables for the prediction of possible cases of re-injury for patients who have undergone or are afraid to undergo reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)...
October 2015: Joints
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26689999/narcissism-and-coach-interpersonal-style-a-self-determination-theory-perspective
#20
D Matosic, N Ntoumanis, I D Boardley, C Sedikides, B D Stewart, N Chatzisarantis
Athletes' sport experiences are often influenced by the interpersonal styles of communication used by their coaches. Research on personality antecedents of such styles is scarce. We examined the link between a well-researched personality trait, namely narcissism, and two types of coaching interpersonal style, namely autonomy-supportive and controlling styles. We also tested the mediating roles of dominance and empathic concern in explaining the relations between narcissism and the two coaching interpersonal styles...
February 2017: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports
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