Poster or Presentation Title

College Athletes’ Perception of Athletic Trainers’ Cultural Competence

Presenter Information

J'Na JohnsonFollow

Location

Hall Memorial Ballroom

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Start Date

4-4-2018 12:00 PM

Department

Athletic Training

Abstract

Abstract:

Context: Culturally competent care is critical to decrease disparities in health care, to improve the communication between patient and practitioner, and to improve the health care delivered and received by the patient.

Objective: To examine collegiate athletes perceived level of cultural competence amongst athletic trainers.

Design: Cross-sectional study.

Setting: Online survey.

Participants: NCAA intercollegiate athletes in Virginia were utilized for this study. We estimated a total number of 13,300 participants utilizing collegefactual.com. Sex, sexual orientation, race/ ethnicity, religion, and type of sport was demographic information collected.

Intervention(s): None

Main outcome measures: We assessed total scores and individual scores of the cultural competence survey.

Results: Data is currently being collected.

Conclusions: Data is currently being collected.

Keywords: Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems, Medical Interview Satisfaction Survey-Athletic Training, Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services.

Faculty Mentor

Debbie Bradney, Thomas Bowman, Patricia Aronson, Jennifer Hall

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Apr 4th, 12:00 PM

College Athletes’ Perception of Athletic Trainers’ Cultural Competence

Hall Memorial Ballroom

Abstract:

Context: Culturally competent care is critical to decrease disparities in health care, to improve the communication between patient and practitioner, and to improve the health care delivered and received by the patient.

Objective: To examine collegiate athletes perceived level of cultural competence amongst athletic trainers.

Design: Cross-sectional study.

Setting: Online survey.

Participants: NCAA intercollegiate athletes in Virginia were utilized for this study. We estimated a total number of 13,300 participants utilizing collegefactual.com. Sex, sexual orientation, race/ ethnicity, religion, and type of sport was demographic information collected.

Intervention(s): None

Main outcome measures: We assessed total scores and individual scores of the cultural competence survey.

Results: Data is currently being collected.

Conclusions: Data is currently being collected.

Keywords: Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems, Medical Interview Satisfaction Survey-Athletic Training, Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services.