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Sabrina Maginnis, Ed.D.

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Title: Assistant Professor of Athletic Training Education
Phone: 706-867-2148
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Office: Convocation Center, 030, Dahlonega

Courses Taught

  • ATEP 4470 - Research and Design
  • ATP 6201 - Orthopedic Evaluation
  • ATP 6202 - Therapeutics
  • PHED 6001 - Research Methods in PHED

Education

  • Ed.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Gardner-Webb University, 2015
  • M.S., Kinesiology, University of Georgia, 2008
  • B.S. Ed., Exercise and Sport Science, University of Georgia, 2006

Research/Special Interests

  • Mentorship and leadership in clinical education

Publications

Quantifying Core Stability: A Technical Report. Liemohn, Wendell P; Baumgartner, Ted A; Fordham, Sabrina R; Srivatsan, Abhaya. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, February 2010, 24(2):575-579.

Exhibitions

  • Presenter - An Investigation of Undergraduate and Graduate Professional Athletic Training Students’ Perceptions of Preceptor Mentorship. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Clinical Symposia, New Orleans, LA, USA, June 27, 2018.
  • Presenter – UI Carver College of Medicine Mini Med School Girls Go STEM!, “ACL Prevention Strategies”, Dec. 2017
  • Presenter – UI Carver College of Medicine Mini Med School Girls Go STEM!, “ACL Prevention Strategies”, Feb. 2017
  • Presenter – UI Carver College of Medicine Mini Med School Girls Go STEM!, “ACL Prevention Strategies”, Feb. 2016
  • Presenter - A mixed method investigation of athletic training students’ perceptions of preceptor mentorship and Board of Certification exam success. Annual meeting of the Center for Innovative Leadership and Development, Boiling Springs, NC, USA, 2015.

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