Meredith Parry, EdD, LAT, ATC, CSCS
University of St. Augustine
Dr. Meredith Parry, EdD, LAT, ATC, CSCS currently serves as Contributing Faculty at the University of St. Augustine, where she teaches interprofessional education with an interdisciplinary team of faculty. As a certified and licensed athletic trainer she has served as Assistant Professor for the professional Athletic Training program at Barry University and has 6 years of clinical experience as Head Athletic Trainer for St. Thomas University. While at Barry, she served on a grant funded IPE committee with efforts focussed on implementing IP Simulation for health professions students. Her efforts in the classroom and in research are centered around the development of competent, caring leaders in healthcare with respect for a collaborative workplace.
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…