• Goals

    • Provide quality educational experiences in both didactic and clinical education settings that prepare students for entry-level professional competence.
    • Develop students that are active in ethical professional citizenship and promote involvement with athletic training organizations.
    • Develop health care practitioners that practice evidence based medicine and demonstrate interdisciplinary collaboration with other health professions.
    • Promote the profession of athletic training through service and leadership.

    Outcomes

    • The program will provide quality education that produces graduates with the ability to independently practice in a variety of settings.
    • The program will establish, adopt, and disseminate content of 'best practice' within the profession of Athletic Training.
    • Students and graduates will demonstrate the ability to practice with cultural competence.
    • Students and graduates will demonstrate interdisciplinary collaboration within the current health care environment.
    • Students and graduates will demonstrate proficiency within the domains of athletic training, encompassing the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to become a credentialed health care provider.
    • Students and graduates will be prepared to practice as reflective thinkers, ethical decision makers and responsible contributors to the profession and society.

Gannon University Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK)

Gannon University announces the launch of the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK).