Course: AT 650/L. Primary Care II and Lab (2/1)
Corequisite: AT 650L. This course is designed to prepare Athletic Training students to meet didactic competencies and clinical proficiencies associated with recognizing, evaluating, treating, and referring medical conditions in the general population as well as appropriate pharmacological interventions. This course is part the final course in a two-course sequence. In this course students apply knowledge and skills previously developed in the areas of pathophysiology, etiology, recognition, evaluation, and treatment of pathogens that affect the general population, as well as applied pharmacology. This course will place a strong emphasis on refining skills and techniques in the aforementioned areas that are required to practice clinically in a physician practice setting through the use of problem based learning and simulated patients.