Welcome to KIN 724/720: Practicum in Athletic Training
Welcome to the Practicum in Athletic Training Guide! This page on the Kinesiology Research Guide is specifically designed to assist with KIN 724/720. Think of it as a one-stop-shop for all your research needs. Take a look through this page and other tabs throughout the Kinesiology guide for research help.
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