Chad Clements, MS, ATC

Chad Clements, MS, ATC

Title
Clinical Assistant Professor
Faculty Director of Clinical Education
Email
clemench@bu.edu
Phone
617-353-7570
Education
Bachelor of Science in Education, State University of New York at Cortland
Master of Science, East Stroudsburg University
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Courses Taught

  • AT 355 Foundations of Athletic Training
  • AT 405 Athletic Training Practicum II
  • HP 532 Clinical Medicine II
  • HP 560 General Medicine Practicum

Scholarly and Practice Interests

  • Anatomical/biomechanical predictors of lower extremity injury
  • Clinical education – instruction and learning

Recent Presentations

  • Vesci B., Clements C.  What I say;  What I hear (2013, January).  Oral presentation at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Educators’ Conference, Dallas, TX.
  • Clements C., Horton D.  From Paper to Preceptor…and Back (2013, March).  Oral presentation at the CAATE Workshop, Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Chicago, Il.
  • Clements, C., Horton D.  From Paper to Preceptor…and Back (2013, January).  Oral presentation at the CAATE Workshop, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Buffalo, NY.
  • Clements C., Vesci B.  Clinical Education Strategies – What you say, what I hear (2012, February).  Oral presentation at the CAATE Workshop, Southeastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Educators’ Conference, Atlanta, GA
  • Clements C., Chadburn J. Creating an Evidence-Based Practice Environment in Clinical Education. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Educators’ Conference; February 2011; Washington, DC.
  • Clements C., Dodge TD, Brown S. Influence of asynchronous physician augmented on-line discussion on learning outcomes in a general medical clinical education experience. Oral presentation at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium; June 2009; San Antonio, TX.
  • Clements C., Dodge TM, Brown SD. A new strategy for maximizing the general medical clinical education experience. Poster presented at: National Athletic Trainers’ Association Educators’ Conference; February 2009; Washington, DC.
  • Phelps J, Dodge TM, Clements C. Lingering proprioceptive deficits in a high school hockey player: a case study. Poster presented at: Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Symposium; February 2008; Atlanta, GA.

Recent Publications

  • Clements C., Dodge, T., Brown, S. Influence of asynchronous physician augmented on-line discussion on learning outcomes in a general medical clinical education experience [Abstract]. J Ath Trn. 2009;44: S-60.
  • Campolo M, Clements C., Bakatsias S, Robustelli, F, Skripak, R.  A comparison of quadriceps muscle activity during open kinetic chain vs. closed kinetic chain exercises in females [abstract].  Phys Ther. [serial online]. 2005. Available here.
  • Clements C., Goldfuss A., Hauth J, Cummings D, Campolo M, and Stiskal D.  A comparison of quadriceps muscle activity during open kinetic chain vs. closed kinetic chain isometric exercises [Abstract]. J Ath Trn. 2003;38: S-81.

Professional Activities

  • Advanced track seminar lab assistant – Turocy, R. Neurodynamics and Pain: Examination and Treatment. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, New Orleans, LA (2011, June).
  • Clinical Instructor Educator (2011-present)
  • Board of Certification Examiner (2003-2007)
  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association member (1998-present)
  • Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association member (1998-present)
  • Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts member (2004-present)

Licenses and Certifications

  • Board of Certification (June 1998)

Certification # 079802427 (Exp. 12/31/2013)

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts Athletic Training License

License #1647 (Exp. 10/24/2015)

  • American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers (Exp. 5/2014)