Are We Aware? What We Should Understand About Sexual Harassment

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Sexual harassment is a growing concern in all settings. Athletic trainers should feel safe in their jobs. Athletic training students should feel safe in their programs, whether in the didactic or clinical setting. The CAATE creates standards to keep the students safe, the BOC has Standards of Practice, the NATA has the Code of Ethics, all of which should protect the practitioner, the student, and the patients from sexual harassment. However, recent developments demonstrate that there is something missing from education and understanding what constitutes sexual harassment.


  • Participants will be able to describe the continuum of sexual exploitation., 
  • Participants will be able to devise a plan for training athletic training students and/or staff on sexual harassment., 
  • Participants will be able to explain the steps to take if faced with a sexual harassment situation.


Domain 5: Health Care Administration and Professional Responsibility

0.75 Category A

Keywords: sexual harassment, exploitation, code of ethics, safety

Dani Moffit, PhD, LAT, ATC

Dr. Moffit is the Program Director of the Master of Science in Athletic Training program at Idaho State University. Prior to teaching at the post-secondary level, Dani taught and was an athletic trainer for the Meridian School District in Meridian, Idaho for 10 years. She volunteers her time with the profession, including work with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, the Board of Certification, and the Pocatello Free Clinic. Dani’s current research passions range from sexual harassment perceptions in athletic training to cultural education in health professions.

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