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"My teaching philosophy is to try to make sure the students "get it". It is easy to memorize things for a test. In Athletic Training, you have to understand what you are doing and make quick and very appropriate decisions. We teach and learn in the classroom, practice in the lab, then use that knowledge and skills in real life clinical experiences."
Sue Stanley-Green is the Program Director for the Athletic Training Education Program and Associate Professor at Florida Southern College. Sue received her B. S. from The Ohio State University and her M. S. from Purdue University. Her athletic training career included serving as Associate Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Kentucky for 15 years, Head Athletic Trainer at Centre College, Physician Extender for Kentucky Sports Medicine Clinic, and Director of Medical Services for Intramural Recreational Services at East Carolina University. She currently provides athletic training services for local high school athletics and an arena football team.
Sue's service to the Athletic Training Profession include serving as a member of the NATA Board of Directors, a two time Director on the Board of Certification, President of the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association, Vice President of the Kentucky Athletic Trainers Society, and Co-Medical Director of the Bluegrass State Games. She currently serves as a member of the BOC Nominating Committee. Ms Stanley-Green's awards include the NATA Hall of Fame, SEATA Hall of Fame, NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award, SEATA Award of Merit, SEATA Backbone Award, Board of Certification Dan Libera Service Award and American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Excellence in Athletic Training Award. Sue enjoyed traveling internationally with USA Basketball Teams.
She is married to fellow NATA and SEATA Hall of Fame recipient Al Green. He is the Florida Southern College Associate Athletic Director and Head Athletic Trainer. They have a 16 year old daughter, Logan.
Perspective in Athletic Training I and II; Clinical Experience Practicum; Concepts of Nutrition and Pharmacology; Administration of Athletic Training; Primary Care of the Athlete; Athletic Training Internship; Care and Prevention of Injuries
M. S., Exercise Physiology, Purdue University
B. S., Physical Education, Ohio State University
Southeastern Athletic Trainers (SEATA) Hall of Fame - 2007
National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Hall of Fame - 2004
American Association of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM) Excellence in Athletic Training Award - 2004
Best Buddies, Florida Faculty Advisor of the Year - 2002
National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award - 2001
Co-Author of Perspectives in Athletic Training, an Athletic Training Textbook published by Mosby Publishing.
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