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Logan University Introduces Master’s in Athletic Training Program

Logan University athletic training student works with a patient on a table.

Active people need health care providers that truly understand the demands of physical performance, and as such, Logan University will launch a Master’s in Athletic Training to its lineup of degree programs, beginning fall 2021. “Logan’s reputation as a leader in chiropractic and health sciences education sets the stage for this new master’s degree, featuring hands-on clinical experience earned in a wide variety of settings,” said Logan University President Clay McDonald, DC (’82), MBA, JD. “We’re proud to continue growing our University offerings with innovative, in-demand programs and evidence-based curricula.” Logan University’s Master’s in Athletic Training is the only program …

Athletic Training, Personal Training and Physical Therapy: What’s the Difference?

In a day and age when many of us are on the move and exercise programs can be found online with the click of a button, it’s important to understand the differences between a certified athletic trainer, a personal trainer and a physical therapist. Below, we outline the education requirements, daily activities and care, and work settings for each profession. Education Requirements Athletic Training: According to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), a student must graduate with a master’s degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program and pass a comprehensive test administered by the Board of Certification (BOC) …

Students Take Skills from Classroom to Clinic Through Preceptorship Program

When qualified Logan University Doctor of Chiropractic students reach their tenth and final trimester, they have a unique opportunity to gain real-world experience in a clinical environment of their choice through Logan’s Preceptorship Program. “A preceptorship is the final chapter of a student’s time here,” said Jason Goodman, DC (’98), PhD, director of external clinical rotations. “Students get to spend their final trimester working in their dream scenario, whether that is at a pediatric clinic, a family practice or even in a hospital. The sky is truly the limit.” For 15 weeks, 95 percent of Logan’s trimester 10 DC students …

Believe to Achieve

Dr. Megan Zacheis, Academic Success Coach Let’s take a few minutes and look forward 5 years into our future. Where are you? What type of career do you have? Where do you see yourself working?  Who are you surrounded by? Where are you living? Are you successful? Write these thoughts down on a piece of paper and place it in a space that is visible; somewhere that you will notice it often. Make sure you place it in a space that will allow you to view it every single day; perhaps posting it on your bathroom mirror or bedroom door. …

How to Advance Your Career in Health Informatics

If you’re analytical and fascinated by health, technology and business; if you’re driven to improve outcomes; or if you have a degree or work experience in health care, information management or data analytics, you’ll find a rewarding future in health informatics. Named one of the Most Affordable programs in the U.S. by bestvalueschools.com and a Best Online Master’s in Health Informatics by Best College Reviews, Logan University’s Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) is an interdisciplinary, comprehensive graduate program that prepares students to utilize computer technology in the advancement of medicine. Learn more about this rapidly growing field in …

Passion for Learning Led Alumna to Logan’s DHPE Program

For Angela Belnap, DHPE (’19), MS, CMA (AAMA), a love of learning inspired her to enroll in Logan’s Doctorate of Health Professions Education (DHPE) program. “I saw Logan’s DHPE program as an opportunity for enrichment,” Dr. Belnap said. “I was very happy in my current position but wanted to take the next step to become the best health educator I could be.” Dr. Belnap is a program coordinator and associate professor at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) in Salt Lake City, Utah. Working within its School of Health Sciences, she oversees several full-time and adjunct professors and helps manage program …