Dr. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Hibberd, assistant professor in the Department of Health Science, is hosting a new podcast from the Journal of Athletic Training. During the monthly episodes of The AT Tapes, Dr. Hibberd will interview researchers and clinicians about current topics facing athletic trainers to discuss how they can utilize best practices with the goal of improving patient outcomes.
Responsibilities: “Work closely with the Supervisor to ensure staff educational requirements are met. Assist in the design, implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive Health Education and Cultural and Linguistics Plan and Programs for HOU. Assist in the planning process and conducting workshops. Assist in developing creative electronic presentations. Research grant opportunities for fitness equipment, playground, gardening, and other related opportunities. Assist in a variety of administrative operations and functions in the office. Other projects as needed.”
About Darious: “I LOVE throwing weights at Crossfit RTR! It’s amazing and the instructors are phenomenal! I enjoying serving as the Chief Advisor to President McGiffert in the Student Government Association which enables me to give back and serve students. I love to travel (I try to take at least 1-3 trips per month, long or short distance).”
The University of Alabama Jr High and High School Athletic Training Student Aide Camp Staff invites you to learn about athletic training from the athletic trainers who provide medical care to some of the best athletes in the nation! The camp is designed for junior high and high school students who are interested in gaining athletic training knowledge and skills. The program will address current concepts in athletic training and is taught by certified athletic trainers who work at The University of Alabama. The date of the camp is: July 14th, 2018 in the Mal Moore Football Facility Athletic Training Room.