There are similar works to Dr. Hums article such as fundamentals of sport management written by Robert E. Baker, Craig Esherick, which includes social ideological aspects impacting sports and the sports industry. As well as principles and practices of sports management written by Lisa Pike Masteralexis, Department Head and Associate Professor Mark H McCormack Department of Sport Management Isenberg School of Management University of Massachusetts Amherst Massachusetts Lisa P Masteralexis, Carol A. Barr which also translates some the views shared in the article. When reading this article I feel that the knowledge has been instrumental and it is a significant contribution for any sport mange new or old to read, reading it show the visual as well as informational description of the evolution and how fast it has evolve with new technology and world experiences shared due to a few sport management professors sharing their experiences as well as guiding students about the Pitfalls of commerce of sports and the spirit of sports thin line that we would have to
Sports-related concussions might just be the biggest worry for any athlete at any level. Concussions are something that just about every athlete typically deals with at some point in their sports career. Everyone knows that injuries occur when you play sports, especially concussions,. Which can sideline an athlete for weeks or even forever. Many student-athletes have experienced this issue that can easily be resolved from informative training that is well organized.
Concussions and the affects and awareness on the topic “In recent years, concussions have received significant media attention as high profile athletes have come forward to shear their experiences and long-term struggles with this specific type of traumatic brain injury. 10% of head and spinal cord injuries are due to sports related activities (Staffary).” As the popularity of sports grow so does the amount of spinal cord and brain injuries. In the recent years, concussions have received significant amount of media attention. High profile athletes have finally come forward to shear their experiences with concussions and the long term effects and struggles with that particular type of traumatic brain injury. Life long effects are not just true
In comparison, coaches are recommended to be aware of the Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Act which addresses the possible risks to spectators at sports facilities, but not with the risks to players which are covered by the guidelines of the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974. Coaches have a mandatory responsibility to understand the Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Act (FSSPSA) as it provides great benefit in efforts to help safeguard the safety of everyone around through their knowledge and abilities to perform first aid. The first aider will also need to be compliant with the Health and Safety at Work Act which permits first aiders to help prevent risk of injury. They help supervise sport activities and confirm everyone is playing with consideration to
Concussions can have a major impact on athletes. In this paper I want to know if Athletes with concussions can get back on the field and reach their potential without damaging themselves. There are many rehabilitation and therapy techniques to help an athlete recover from a concussion. There is also many ways to help prevent sport related concussions. There are psychological, motivational, and physical difficulties for the player to overcome after a concussion.
In conclusion, ethics in sport adversely affects a sport managers career. Some prominent ethical issues that sport management professionals deal with in the 21st century include discrimination, athletes in the public eye and drug use. The treatment of every individual should be appropriate. Their race and gender should not be a factor in the determination of a role on a specific team. Also, athletes must uphold a professional reputation, in and away from their respective sport.
Following consultation, Brodhead (2015) states that our decision to intervene should be determined by the extent to which the treatment will negatively affect our client’s goals and the risk to our professional relationships. This process ensures that a safe balance can be struck, between maintaining our professional relationships and striving to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our clients. This is important for the continued promotion of behaviour analysis, but also to ensure that we are well placed to intervene when it really
Merging two organizations will have an impact on the organizational structure, culture and compensation system. Due to the ongoing changes within the organizations many different tools will need to be implemented to control employee stress, along with keeping employees informed. In order to conclude that the mergers productivity an evaluation must occur. The pairing of Target and is acquired
When a society is faced with an unusual behavior, an unexpected event, or some irregularity in their community that doesn’t make sense, they can attempt to understand it by one of two ways. The traditional approach, or the dispositional line of thinking, points to identifying inherent personal qualities that lead to ‘odd’ behavior. The individual’s genetic makeup, personality and character traits, free will, etcetera, are the focus to explaining human behavior. If an individual acts in a violent or criminal manner, society would look to find sadistic personality traits. If an individual acts in a heroic manner, society would point to traits that would show a predisposition towards altruism.
Occupational stress is a problem for law enforcement officers because of the effects on job performance, health, alcoholism, drug abuse and suicide as well as family issues. It is important to identify and combat the sources of stress to improve the lives of the officers. The Early Warning system is a very good tool in foreseeing and combating some of these very issues. It provides a early identification and intervention of misconduct as well as other issues or performance problems (Peak, Gaines, & Glenson, 2009, p. 261). This gives law enforcement administrators a better view at foreseeing stress created from certain traumatic events or family problems.
Being an athlete or trying to maintain a healthy body weight requires knowledge of how the body works. Injuries are common for athletes, and those injuries require treatment. These are just a couple of things that require an Athletic Trainer. This scholar will give insight into their career goals and a further overview of the Athletic Trainer profession and why they are so very important to, not only athletes, but to anyone who may need help recovering from injury and learn how to prevent injury in the future. Overview of Athletic Training Athletic Trainers are responsible for preventing, diagnosing, and treating muscle and bone injuries and illnesses that athletes may face (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2008).
The topic I chose to present on is that of concussion in sports. Consequently, in this multi-genre project you will see many different types of genres presented throughout Each genres is something that allows the reader to see the more human and scientifically side of disorder. The human side will allow you as a reader to be able to connect with the people in the stories that are presented. The scientific part show how a Concussion can occur and the symptoms of one. Moreover this is something that needs to be know so if someone as a concussion it can be helped quicker.
For a service provider or activities coordinator, they have to favour the activity to conform to the service user’s physical abilities and select a suitable activity that consists around the needs. Planning is similar in the way that physical abilities are considered, risks are included and precautions are made to ensure the safety, enjoyment and contentment of the service user or group. Physical abilities will affect the performance and implementation of the activity by seeing and acknowledge the differences and variety of needs that are acquired to carry out the
Occupational Therapists (OT) need to be aware of cultural and societal factors that impact habits. They need to anticipate psychosocial results due to disability, identify a client’s roles and habits that may be impacted and consider a client- centered approach with their rehabilitation goals. Life
Strategies for Conflict Resolution and Collaboration Conflict management and effective resolution can be achieved in any organization if the sign is perceived and source of the conflict is identified (McKibben, 2017). Conflict resolution involves planning and critically analyzing the situation in order to attain the main goal of resolving conflicts. Constructive dialogue between the physician and the nurse should have been initiated for an effective resolution to occur. Collaboration and teamwork are also essential to the success of this relationship (Finkelman, 2016). The strategies should focus on both physical and psychological aspects.