Jordan Utley, PhD, LAT, ATC
University of St. Augustine

Dr. Utley is program director and associate professor of the Master of Health Science program at University of St. Augustine. Prior to her work at USAHS, she served in various university roles including director of teaching and learning, program director (fitness management and athletic training programs) and athletic training research faculty. She serves as a committee member of the NATA's Post Professional Education Committee and the Transition to Practice Workgroup where she collaborates with others to create change for the future athletic training. She is an emerging expert in interprofessional education and leads associated curriculum and research efforts at USAHS.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
As the athletic training profession advances, master’s degree accreditation standards aim to position athletic trainers as key players on interprofessional healthcare teams. Interprofessional education standards were recently introduced to academic leaders as key elements in the professional healthcare education of athletic trainers. While the current standards reflect essential skills for entry-level clinicians, faculty instructing these elements may require additional training. The objective of this study was to explore athletic training educators’ perceptions of interprofessional education…
As the athletic training profession advances, master’s degree accreditation standards aim to position athletic trainers as key players on interprofessional healthcare teams. Interprofessional education standards were recently introduced to academic leaders as key elements in the professional healthcare education of athletic trainers. While the current standards reflect essential skills for entry-level clinicians, faculty who are instructing these elements may require additional training. The objective of this study was to explore athletic training educators’ perceptions of interprofessional…