JOURNAL OF ATHLETIC TRAINING AWARDS

2008

Kenneth L. Knight Award for Outstanding Research Manuscript Winner
"Epidemiology of Collegiate Injuries for 15 Sports:  Summary and Recommendations for Injury Prevention Initiatives," by Jennifer Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM, Randall Dick, MS, FACSM, and Julie Agel, MS, ATC

2006

Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up
"Cervical Spine Functional Anatomy and the Biomechanics of Injury Due to Compressive Loading," by Erik E. Swartz, PhD, ATC; R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC; and Michael J. Cendoma, MS, ATC

2005

Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Winner
"Evidence-Based Medicine:  What is it and How Does it Apply to Athletic Training?" by Russell Stevens, MEd, ATC, PT; and Jennifer Hootman, PhD, ATC, FACSM

2003

Kenneth L. Knight Award for Outstanding Research Manuscript Winner
"Evidence for the Factorial and Construct Validity of a Self-Report Concussion Symptoms Scale," by Scott G. Piland, MA, ATC/L; Robert W. Motl, MS; Michael S. Ferrara, PhD, ATC; and Connie L. Peterson, MS, ATC

Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up
"Multiculturalism and Athletic Training Education: Implications for Educational and Professional Progress," by Paul R. Geisler, MS, ATC

2001

Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript Second Runner-Up
"The Meniscus:  Review of Basic Principles with Application to Surgery and Rehailitation," by Timothy J. Brindle, PhD, PT, ATC; John Nyland, EdD, PT, SCS, ATC, CSCS; and Darren L. Johnson, MD

1999

Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript
First Runner-Up

"Rehabilitation After ACL Reconstruction in the Female Athlete," by Kevin E. Wilk, PT; Christopher Arrigo, MS, PT, ATC; James R. Andrews, MD; and William G. Clancy, Jr., MD

1996

Clint Thompson Award for Outstanding Non-research Manuscript
Second Runner-Up

"Navigating the Library Maze:  Introductory Research and the Athletic Trainer," by William R. Whitehill, EdD, ATC;
Pat Norton, MLS; and Kenneth E. Wright, DA, ATC

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Journal of Athletic Training Awards

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