KSU Exercise Science Program Employer Satisfaction Survey
This survey is designed to provide the Kent State University Exercise Science Program with information regarding recent KSU graduates in the field of Exercise Science.  This information will be utilized in the Commission on Accreditation of Exercise Science (CoAES).  It will also be used as an evaluative tool for program planning and improvement.
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*Please answer the following regarding your Organization
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*Please answer the following regarding the KSU graduate:
The following questions pertain to the KSU graduate's performance in Health Appraisal, Fitness, and Exercise Testing
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Conduct pretest procedures (i.e., informed consent, focused medical history, risk factor assessment)

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*Conduct a brief physical exam (i.e., blood pressure, peripheral pulses)
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*Calibrate laboratory equipment
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*Administer exercise tests consistent with the population
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*Evaluate contraindications to exercise
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*Appropriately select the functional tests to measure functional status (I.e., 6 min walk test, Get up and Go, etc)
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*Interpret the variables collected
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Comments regarding KSU graduate's performance in Health Appraisal, Fitness, and Exercise Testing
The following questions pertain to the KSU graduate's performance in Exercise Prescription and Programming
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*Determine the appropriate level of supervision and monitoring
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*Develop, adapt, and supervise appropriate aerobic, resistance and flexibility training for the appropriate population
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*Modify exercise prescription based on clients needs
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*Evaluate outcomes based on the data collected
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*Evaluate pre-post test data collected as well as data during exercise interventions
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*Extract and interpret clinical information needed for safe exercise management of individuals with special needs
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Comments regarding KSU graduate's performance in Exercise Prescription and Programming
The following questions pertain to the KSU graduate's performance in Nutrition/Weight Management
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*Describe and discuss dietary considerations for cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, diabetes to minimize disease progression
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*Compare and contrast dietary practices for weight reduction
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*Calculate the effect of caloric intake and energy expenditure on weight management
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*Describe the hypothesis related to diet, weight gain, and weight loss
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*Demonstrate the ability to differentiate and educate patients between nutrionally sound vs. fad diets
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Comments regarding KSU graduate's performance in Nutrition/Weight Management
The following questions pertain to the KSU graduate's performance in Safety, Injury Prevention, and Emergency Procedures

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*Respond appropriately to emergency procedures
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*Describe the emergency equipment and personnel that should be present in an exercise testing laboratory
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*Describe the procedures needed to maintain emergency equipment and supplies
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*Describe the process for developing and updating emergency policies and procedures (i.e., 911), call medical director, AED, etc
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*Be aware of the current CPR, AED standards to be able to assist in an emergency situation
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*Explain universal precautions procedures as appropriate
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Comments regarding KSU graduate's performance in Safety, Injury Prevention, and Emergency Procedures
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