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Erin Moore

Assistant Professor
Unit: School of Education and Human Development
Department: Department of Kinesiology
Office location and address
210 Emmet St S
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
KINE 5730: Medical Aspects of Athletic Training
Credits: 3
Study of general medical conditions, disabilities, abnormalities, and diseases of physically active individuals; prevention, recognition, physical examination, management, and referral of common general medical conditions. Prerequisites: MS Athletic Training (ATHTRN-MS), must have taken (or currently taking) KINE 5700 and KINE 5710
KINE 5735: Clinical Practicum II
Credits: 3
This course is designed to provide the student with on and/or off-grounds clinical experiences in athletic training and sports medicine. Observation and performance of professional skills under the supervision of a certified athletic trainer; focuses on psychomotor skills and clinical proficiencies introduced in KINE 5700 and 5710. Prerequisites: MS Athletic Training (ATHTRN-MS), must have taken (or currently taking) KINE 5700 and KINE 5710
KINE 5765: Clinical Practicum III
Credits: 3
This course is designed to provide the student with on and/or off-grounds clinical experiences in athletic training and sports medicine. Observation and performance of professional skills under the supervision of a certified athletic trainer; focuses on psychomotor skills and clinical proficiencies introduced in KINE 5720 and 5750.
KINE 6720: Psychosocial Aspects of Injury
Credits: 3
This course provides the student with the knowledge of psychosocial aspects of physical activity and injury. Topics include but are not limited to theories related to the psychological and emotional aspects of trauma and forced inactivity, use of motivational activities toward rehabilitation, principles of mental preparation, relaxation, and visualization, theories and techniques of interpersonal and cross-cultural communication.
KINE 6725: Clinical Immersive II
Credits: 3
This course is designed to provide the student with on and/or off-grounds clinical experiences in athletic training and sports medicine. Designed to expose the student to theories, concepts and challenges through completion of a six-week clinical immersive and 7-week clinical experience at an approved affiliate clinical site.
KINE 6740: Athletic Training Seminar
Credits: 3
This course will explore critical questions, problems, and contemporary issues in athletic training involving ethics, governmental affairs, employment, service, diversity and education. In addition, preparation for the BOC certification examination will be part of this course.
KINE 6755: Clinical Practicum IV
Credits: 3
This course is designed to provide the student with on and/or off-grounds clinical experiences in athletic training and sports medicine. Observation and performance of professional skills under the supervision of a certified athletic trainer; expanding on skills and clinical proficiencies introduced in KINE 6730.