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Athletic Training

Mission/Goals

VISION STATEMENT

The High Point University Department of Athletic Training will be nationally recognized as an exemplary model for developing compassionate athletic training clinicians and scholars who are leaders in the delivery and advancement of evidence -based healthcare for the physically active population across the lifespan.

MISSION STATEMENT

Through an innovative inter-professional education, research, and clinical practice model the High Point University Department of Athletic Training develops exceptional athletic trainers who are uniquely qualified to excel within a dynamic healthcare system. The Department of Athletic Training emphasizes evidence-based decision making and applied research, utilizes state of the art technology and novel teaching strategies, and provides unique clinical experiences to cultivate professionals who embody sound clinical reasoning, professional ethics, honesty, compassion, primacy of the patient, and are advocates for the profession of athletic training.

VALUES STATEMENT

The High Point University Department of Athletic Training believes in value-centered education.

The values we hold in high regard are:

AccountabilityIntegrity
AltruismIntellectual inquiry
CollegialityLeadership development
Community engagementLearner-centered education
CompassionLife-long learning
EmpathyPatient values
EthicsProfessional advocacy
Evidence-based practiceProfessionalism
Holistic approach to healthcareRespect
Innovation

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