Ashley Goodman

Education

  • PhD, University of South Carolina, 2007
  • MAE, University of Alabama-Birmingham, 1999
  • BS, Gardner-Webb University, 1996

Teaching Specialties

  • Athletic training
  • Gross anatomy
  • Foot orthotics

Current Teaching

  • Manual Evaluation Techniques of Joint Movement (AT 2300)
  • Conditioning and Rehabilitative Exercises I & II (AT 3620 & AT 3625)
  • Athletic Training Clinical Labs

Professional Affiliations / Organizations

  • BOC Certified Athletic Trainer, 1997
  • Licensed Athletic Trainer, North Carolina, 2008
  • Certified CPR/First Aid for Professional Rescuer
  • National Athletic Trainers' Association, Member
  • Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association, Member
  • North Carolina Athletic Trainers' Association, Member

Research Interests

  • Athletic trainer retention, turnover, and attrition
  • Athletic trainer work-life balance

Selected Publications

  • Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, Goodman A, Eason CM, Spak S, Scriber K, Voll C, Detwiler K, Rock J, Cooper L, Simone E.  National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement:  Work-life balance for the athletic trainer. J Athl Train. 2018 Aug;53(8):796-811.

  • Mazerolle SM, Eason CM, Goodman A. An examination of relationships between resiliency, hardiness, affectivity and work-life balance among collegiate athletic trainers. J Athl Train. In Press February 6, 2018.

  • Mazerolle SM, Eason CM, Goodman A. Organizational infrastructure in the collegiate athletic training setting part 1:  quality of life comparisons and commonalities among the models . J Athl Train. 2017;52(1):12-22.

  • Goodman A, Mazerolle SM, Eason CM. Organizational infrastructure in the collegiate athletic training setting part II:  benefits and barriers in the athletics model. J Athl Train. 2017:52(1):23-34.

  • Eason CM, Mazerolle SM, Goodman A. Organizational infrastructure in the collegiate athletic training setting part III:  Benefits and barriers in the academic and medical models. J Athl Train. 2017;52(1):35-44.

  • Mazerolle SM, Eason CM, Goodman A.  Exploring summer medical care within in the National Athletic Association Division I setting: a perspective from the athletic trainer. J Athl Train. 2016;51(2):175-183.

  • Goodman A, Zwetsloot KA, Needle AR.  Effect of Bacrobial skin cleanser on the prevention of muscle cramps. J Sports Sci. 2015;3(5):219-222.

  • Bowman TG, Mazerolle SM, Goodman A.  Career commitment of postprofessional athletic training program graduates.  J Athl Train. 2015;50(4):426-31.

  • Mazerolle SM, Barone C, Ferraro E, Goodman A.  Career and family aspirations of female athletic trainers employed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I setting.  J Athl Train. 2015;50(2):170-177.

  • Eason CM, Mazerolle SM, Goodman A.  Motherhood and work-life balance in the Division I setting: impact of mentors on the female athletic trainer.  J Athl Train.  2014;49(4):532-539.

  • Goodman A, Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA.  Achieving work-life balance in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I clinical setting, part II: perspectives from head athletic trainers.  J Athl Train. 2015;50(1):89-94.

  • Mazerolle SM, Goodman A, Pitney WA.  Achieving work-life balance in the national collegiate athletic association division I setting, part I: the role of the head athletic trainer.  J Athl Train.  2015;50(1):82-88.

  • Goodman A, Zwetsloot KA.  Voluntary inducement of triceps surae muscle cramping. Int J Athl Ther Train. 2013;18(6):40-43.

  • Mazerolle SM, Ferraro E, Eason CM, Goodman A.  Factors and strategies contributing to work-life balance of female athletic trainers employed in the NCAA Division I setting. Athl Train Sport Health Care. 2013;5(5):211-222.

  • Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, Goodman A.  Factors influencing the decisions of male athletic trainers to leave the NCAA Division I practice setting.  Int J Athl Ther Train. 2013;18(6):7-12.

  • Mazerolle SM, Goodman A. Fulfillment of work-life balance from the organizational perspective:  a case study. J Athl Train. 2013;48(5):668-677.

  • Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, Goodman A.  Factors influencing retention of male athletic trainers in the NCAA Division I setting. Int J Athl Ther Train. 2013;18(5):6-9.

  • Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, Goodman A. Retention factors for head athletic trainers in the NCAA Division-I collegiate setting.  Int J Athl Ther Train. 2013;18(4):10-13.

  • Merlo AR, Goodman A, McClenaghan, BK, Fritz SL. Participants' perspectives on the feasibility of a novel, intensive, task-specific intervention for individuals with chronic stroke: a qualitative analysis. Phys Ther. 2013; 93:147-157.

  • Mazerolle SM, Pitney W, Goodman A. A comparison of strategies used to promote a balanced lifestyle across the clinical setting in athletic training. Int J Athl Ther Train.2012; 17(3): 7-14.

  • Fritz SL, Merlo AM, Rivers ED, Peters DM, Goodman A, Watson ET, Carmichael BM, McClenaghan BA. An intensive intervention for improving gait, balance, and mobility in individuals with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury: a pilot study of activity tolerance and benefits. Arch Phys Med Rehab. 2011;92(11):1776-84.

  • Mazerolle SM, Goodman A. ATs with children:  finding balance in the collegiate practice setting.  Int J Athl Ther Train. 2011;16(3):9-12.

  • Goodman, A, Mensch JM, Jay M, French KE, Mitchell M, Fritz SL. Retention and attrition factors for female certified athletic trainers in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division-I Football Bowl Subdivision setting. J Athl Train. 2010;45(3):287–98.

  • Bamman MM, Shipp JR, Jiang J, Gower BA, Hunter GR, Goodman A, McLafferty CL, and Urban RJ. Mechanical load increases muscle IGF-I and androgen receptor mRNA concentrations in humans. Am J Physiol – Endocrinol Metab. 2001;280:E383–90.

Title: Professor, Ph.D., Higher Education, Athletic Training Program Director, Gross Anatomy Laboratory Director, Graduate Faculty

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Phone: (828) 262-7711

Fax: (828) 262-3138

Office address
Leon Levine Hall 418