UW-Madison Department of Kinesiology - Andrew Winterstein

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Kinesiology
School of Education
UW-Madison
Unit II Gym
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Andrew Winterstein, PhD, ATC

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Andrew Winterstein, PhD, ATC

Associate Clinical Professor
Kinesiology
Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP)

1037 Gymnasium-Natatorium  binoculars icon
2000 Observatory Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
Office: 608/265-2503

winterstein@education.wisc.edu

Personal Biography

Dr. Winterstein is the director of the CAATE accredited athletic training education program. He also holds a clinical appointment at University Health Services and an affiliate appointment in the Dept. of Ortho. Rehab in the School of Medicine and Public Health.


Education

1994 - Ph D, Higher Education Administration
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI

1986 - MS, Applied Physiology / Athletic Training
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon

1984 - BS, Secondary Education-Biology
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona


 

 

Research Interests

Dr. Winterstein's academic interests include studying emerging technologies and their use in teaching and learning, medical humanities and their application to athletic training education, organizational dynamics and behaviors in sports medicine settings, outcome measures following injury, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).

Grants and Sponsorships

  • 2010 - Amount: $2,992.00, "Virginia Horne Henry Foundation Grant," Awarded By: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grant Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew P. Winterstein.
    Abstract: In support of the ATEP lecture series.
  • 2010 - Amount: $4,620.00, "Virginia Horne Henry Foundation Grant," Awarded By: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grant Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew P. Winterstein, Co-Principal; T.M. McGuine, Co-Principal; K.E. Carr, Co-Principal.
    Abstract: For ongoing prospective study of long term outcomes of knee injuries in adolescent and young adult females.
  • 2008 - Amount: $4,012.00, "Uw Health Sports Medicine Classic Research Fund," Awarded By: UW Health, Grant Institution: UW Health, Andrew P. Winterstein, Co-Principal; T.M. McGuine, Co-Principal; K.E. Carr, Co-Principal.
    Abstract: For ongoing prospective study of long term outcomes of knee injuries in adolescent and young adult females.
  • 2008 - Amount: $4,012.00, "Uw Health Sports Medicine Classic Research Fund," Awarded By: UW Health, Grant Institution: UW Health, Andrew P. Winterstein, Co-Principal; T.M. McGuine, Co-Principal; K.E. Carr, Co-Principal.
    Abstract: For ongoing prospective study of long term outcomes of knee injuries in adolescent and young adult females.
  • 2007 - Amount: $10,768.00, "Provost Office Assessment Grant," Awarded By: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grant Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew P. Winterstein.
    Abstract: To support Athletic Training Education Program efforts to develop web-based assessment tools for student learning and program outcomes

Publications

  • Winterstein, A.P., McGuine, T.A., Carr, K.E., & Hetzel, S.J. (2013). Comparison of IKDC and SANE Outcome Measures Following Knee Injury in Active Female Patients. Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Journal. 5(6), 523-9.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Winterstein, A.P., McGuine, T.A., Carr, K.E., & Hetzel, S. (2013). Comparison of IKDC and SANE Outcome Measures and Establishing MCID Following Knee Injury in Active Females. Journal of Athletic Training.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Winterstein, A.P., McGuine, T.A., Carr, K.E., & Hetzel, S. (2013). Changes in Self-Reported Physical Activity Following Knee Injury in Active Females. Athletic Training and Sports Health Care. 5(3), 106–114.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2013). Evaluating Critical Thinking and Learner Generated Content in Online Discussions. Athletic Training Education Journal.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • McGuine, T.M., Winterstein, A.P., Carr, K.E., & Hetzel, S. (2012). Changes in self-reported knee function and health-related quality of life after knee injury in female athletes. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. 22(4), 334-340.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Winterstein, A.P., McGuine, T.A., Carr, K.E., & Hetzel, S. (2012, June). Physical Activity and Functional Knee Outcomes in Active Young Females with Anterior Knee Pain. Journal of Athletic Training.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Carr, K.E., McGuine, T.A., Winterstein, A.P., & Hetzel, S. (2011). Changes in Health Related Quality of Life in Active Females One Year after ACL Tear. Journal of Athletic Training.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2010). The Athletic Trainer-Physician Relationship. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. 2(4), 155-159.
  • Harrelson, G.L., Gardner, G., & Winterstein, A.P. (2009). Administrative Topics in Athletic Training - Concpets to Practice. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Inc.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2009). The Athletic Training Student Primer: A Foundation for Success. Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2009). Education as a Professional Practice Issue: Two Ideas to Improve Athletic Training. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. 1(2), 55-58.
  • Winterstein, A.P., & McGuine, T.M. (2006). Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement: A Changing Paradigm. Athletic Therapy Today. 11(1), 22-24.
  • Winterstein, A.P., & Nelson, R.L. (2006). Art and Athletic Training: Taking Your Lab to the Campus Museum. Athletic Therapy Today. 11(4), 7-9.

Presentations

  • Winterstein, A.P. (2013). Comparison of IKDC and SANE Outcome Measures and Establishing MCID Following Knee Injury in Active Females, NATA Annual Symposium 2013 - Free Comm. Oral Presentation, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2013). The Use of Medical Humanities in an Athletic Training Education Program, NATA Educators Conference 2013 - Model Practice Presentation, Dallas, Tx.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2013). Evaluating Critical Thinking and Learner Generated Content in Online Discussions, NATA Educators Conference 2013 - Poster Presentation, Dallas, Tx.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2012). Physical Activity and Functional Knee Outcomes in Active Young Females with Anterior Knee Pain, NATA Annual Symposium 2012 - Free Comm. Thematic Poster Session, St. Louis, Mo.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2012). Preventative Taping Techinques for Sports Medicine, Team Physician Training Course, Chinese Association of Sports Medicine / National Institute of Sports Medicine / Mueller Sports Medicine, Beijing, China.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2012). Knee Outcomes in Active Females, Big Sky Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Conf., Big Sky, MT.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2012). Learning Dynamics in the Clinical Setting, Big Sky Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Conf., Big Sky, MT.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2011, November 09). The Clinician as Educator: Learning Dynamics in Clinical Settings, NATA Webinar Series, National Athletic Trainers Assoc.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2011). Evidence Based Practice: Tools for Students and Clinicians, Guest Speaker, UW Stevens Point ATEP, Stevens Point, WI.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2011). Managing Resources for Evidence Based Practice, UW Madison ATEP Webinar Series, UW Madison Athletic Training Education Program.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2010). The Clinician as Educator, Athletic Training Education Forum, UW Health Sports Medicine, Madison, WI.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2010). Athletic Training Education: A Case for the Entry-Level Masters, Big Sky Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Conf., Big Sky, MT.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2010). Gathering Resources for Evidence Based Practice: A Time Management Issue, Big Sky Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Conf., Big Sky, MT.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2009). Evidence-Based Practice: It Applies to Teaching Too, 2009 NATA Annual Symposium, San Antonio Texas.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2009). The Impact of Knee Injury on Physical Activity Outcomes in Young Females, NATA Annual Symposium 2009 - Free Communications Poster Session, San Antonio Texas.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2009). Athletic Training Education: Influencing Professional Practice, 2009 WATA Annual Meeting, Madison, WI.
  • Winterstein, A.P. (2008). Emerging Information Technology Trends for Clinical and Academic Settings. Harnessing Medical Information Resources., 2008 NATA Annual Symposium, St. Louis, Missouri.

Awards and Honors

  • Honored Instructor Recognition
    Organization: Univeristy Housing
    Purpose: Teaching
    Scope: UW Madison
    Description: An annual award nominated by students in University Housing. In recognition for positive impact on undergraduate education.
    Date(s): December 15, 2011
  • Honored Instructor Recognition
    Organization: Univeristy Housing
    Purpose: Teaching
    Scope: UW Madison
    Description: An annual award nominated by students in University Housing. In recognition for positive impact on undergraduate education.
    Date(s): April 18, 2011
  • Outstanding Educator Award
    Organization: Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association
    Purpose: Teaching
    Scope: Regional
    Date(s): March 2008
  • Honored Instructor Recognition
    Organization: Univeristy Housing
    Purpose: Teaching
    Scope: UW Madison
    Description: An annual award nominated by students in University Housing. In recognition for positive impact on undergraduate education.
    Date(s): December 15, 2007
  • MERLOT Classics Award for Exemplary Online Learning Resources
    Organization: MERLOT
    Purpose: Teaching
    Scope: National
    Date(s): August 2007
  • Outstanding Educator Award
    Organization: Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Association
    Purpose: Teaching
    Scope: State
    Date(s): April 2007
  • 2006 NATA Multimedia Committee Contest Winner - Educational Division – Learning Objects
    Organization: NATA
    Scope: National
    Description: Assessing Blood Pressure: A MERLOT Learning Object (co-author with Barker WS, Mistry DM)
    Date(s): 2006
  • Wisconsin Teaching Scholar. UW-Madison representative to the UW System Wisconsin Teaching Scholars Program
    Description: Year long program dedicated to improving our understanding of student learning and the scholarship of teaching.
    Date(s): 2005 - 2006
  • Distinguished Service Award
    Organization: UW-Madison School of Education
    Purpose: Service, University
    Scope: School of Education
    Date(s): April 26, 2006

Memberships

  • National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)
    Position Held: Certified Member, Scope of Organization: National
  • Wisconsin Atheltic Trainers Association (WATA)
    Position Held: Certified Member, Scope of Organization: State
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