Poster or Presentation Title

Burnout Levels & Mood States Among AT Students in Professional Master's Programs

Presenter Information

Kaleshia BryantFollow

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

Context: Professional Master’s athletic training students are at high risk for changes in mood state and an increase in burnout levels during an academic semester due to stressors including academic workload, clinical expectations, and/or research projects, among other factors. Objective: To determine mood states and burnout levels among professional Master’s students. Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Internet-based survey. Participants: The sample consisted of first and second year Master’s students who attended Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education accredited programs. Interventions: The independent variable was the level of the participants (first year or second year) at the time of data collection. We sent the link to the online survey via email to program directors and asked them to forward it to all students in the professional master’s program they lead. Main Outcome Measures: The dependent variables were the subsets of burnout along with the overall mood state score. Results: In process of analyzing data Conclusions: In process of analyzing data

Faculty Mentor

Debbie Bradney, Thomas Bowman

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Apr 4th, 12:00 PM

Burnout Levels & Mood States Among AT Students in Professional Master's Programs

Hall Memorial Ballroom

Context: Professional Master’s athletic training students are at high risk for changes in mood state and an increase in burnout levels during an academic semester due to stressors including academic workload, clinical expectations, and/or research projects, among other factors. Objective: To determine mood states and burnout levels among professional Master’s students. Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Internet-based survey. Participants: The sample consisted of first and second year Master’s students who attended Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education accredited programs. Interventions: The independent variable was the level of the participants (first year or second year) at the time of data collection. We sent the link to the online survey via email to program directors and asked them to forward it to all students in the professional master’s program they lead. Main Outcome Measures: The dependent variables were the subsets of burnout along with the overall mood state score. Results: In process of analyzing data Conclusions: In process of analyzing data