Reflection Journals_Clinical Education

Could be doing during our observation hours no it was

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could be doing during our observation hours. No. It was cool seeing all the equipment that we’ll get to use in the future. It made me excited for my observation hours. I learned what I’ll be doing during my observation hours and where all the equipment is in the Athletic Training room. I would ask more questions and maybe ask for a demonstration of some of the things that didn’t seem very clear to me. Clinical Education Day #2 What Happened? Have I done/seen this before? How do I feel about it? What did I learn? What would I do differently, after thinking about it? We were told how to use the hot/cold tubs for athletes. We also learned how to make hot packs and proper I have made ice bags before. I’ve also used an E- Stem machine on my back and had hot packs used at It was interesting learning about the ultrasound. I thought it was cool how you can control how deep I learned how to use the hot/cold tubs, make an ice bucket and proper ice bag, how to make a hot pack, Volunteer to be the ultrasound “test subject”. I’ve never had an ultrasound so I think it would be a good
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ice bags, how to administer ultrasounds, and how to use the E- Stem machine on athletes. the chiropractor. Everything else was new to me. or shallow it goes and the heat that is administered.
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  • Spring '08
  • ShelleNelson
  • Psychology, clinical education, Professor Kraemer, EStem machine

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