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Preassessment Screening and Risk  Factor Assessment KIN 3502 LSU 1
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We do preassessment screening to  reduce risk for: Client Our selves Our agency 2
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Ethics in Research Why do we have ethics in research?  There are two areas of ethics that are particularly  salient in social science research; Human  Subjects Protection, and Academic Integrity Ethical considerations related to research are not  specific – they apply to any professional setting 3
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The Risks of Exercise ACSM 2010 Most HRPF assessments involve performing  exercise Exercise may increase the risk of cardiovascular  and musculoskeletal injuries for those with  previous injuries or related diseases Knowledge of health status and history is crucial  for optimizing safety of the client Other risks might include psychological, financial 4
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Informed Consent Relevant to testing, research, and treatment Is a process that “when executed correctly,  provides sufficient information about study  procedures that the potential subject can make a  reasoned decision about participation, based on  an understanding of the potential risks and  anticipated benefits (if any) of the study (or  assessment or treatment”  http://orca.byu.edu/irbtutorial/start.asp 5
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Essential Elements of Informed  Consent ACSM 2010 Purpose Procedures  Risks and discomforts Benefits  Responsibilities of the participant Encouragement of questions  Explanation of data handling (confidentiality) Ability to withdraw consent and stop the  6
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Informed Consent Document write at a sixth-grade reading level; 
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