Documentation for Athletic Training – Jeff G. Konin

Documentation for Athletic Training

A necessity for today’s athletic training student and professional is a solid text focusing on the skill of documentation. The search is over with “Documentation for Athletic Training,” a unique and one-of-a-kind resource written specifically to teach and explain this important skill.Jeff G. Konin and Margaret Frederick are joined by many of today’s top athletic training professionals to bring you the necessary elements for documentation.Inside you will find the basic principles of medical documentation, various styles of writing, legal considerations, and documentation for reimbursement. The editors also detail the many types of written documentation including evaluations, discharge summaries, injury reports, and medical releases. Enter the profession with confidence or stay ahead of the curve with “Documentation for Athletic Training,” the only resource athletic trainers will need by their side. Features: Worksheets for documentation of clinical proficiencies. Standardized abbreviations. Examples of standard forms. Learning objectives for each chapter. Pearls of wisdom to highlight key points and professional advice. Common mistakes and how to avoid them.

Author: Jeff G. Konin
ISBN: 9781556426414
Pages: 128 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 22.48 Mb

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