Role strain in collegiate athletic training approved clinical instructors.

  title={Role strain in collegiate athletic training approved clinical instructors.},
  author={Jolene M Henning and Thomas G. Weidner},
  journal={Journal of athletic training},
  volume={43 3},
CONTEXT Certified athletic trainers who serve as Approved Clinical Instructors (ACIs) in the collegiate setting are balancing various roles (eg, patient care and related administrative tasks, clinical education). Whether this balancing act is associated with role strain in athletic trainers has not been examined. OBJECTIVE To examine the degree of, and contributing factors (eg, socialization experiences, professional and employment demographics, job congruency) to, role strain in collegiate… CONTINUE READING

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