Dana Bates, PhD, ATC

Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Clinical Education
503-352-7263
Areas I Teach 

Education

2007-2012 PhD Educational Administration | University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Dissertation: Investigating Post-Graduate Athletic Training Education Student Perceptions Following a Purposefully Implemented Peer Assisted Learning Pedagogy

1999-2001 MS Health and Human Performance, Major- Sports Medicine | Oregon State University

1995-1999 BA Kinesiology, Major- Athletic Training and Physical Education | Whitworth University

Professional Experiences

2012-2017 Program Director, Clinical Education Coordinator and Assistant Professor, George Fox University

2011-2012 Instructor, Whitworth University

2011 Clinical Education Coordinator and Instructor, University of Texas at Austin

2007-2010 Program Director and Instructor, Nebraska Wesleyan University

2004-2010 Instructor, Nebraska Wesleyan University

Athletic Training Clinical Experience

2011-2012 Assistant Athletic Trainer, Whitworth University

2011 Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Texas at Austin

2006-2007 Head Athletic Trainer, Nebraska Wesleyan University

2004-2006 Assistant Athletic Trainer, Nebraska Wesleyan University

2002-2004 Assistant Athletic Trainer, Western Oregon University

May 2003 Medical Coordinator, NCAA Div. II Softball World Series, Salem Oregon

2002-2003 Certified Athletic Trainer, Chrysler Vienna Vikings Football, Vienna Austria

2001-2002 Assistant Athletic Trainer, Whitworth College

Publications

Bates DK, Sikkema JA, Nynas SM, Culp C.  Critical-thinking skills of first-year athletic training students enrolled in professional programs.  Athl Train Educ J.  2017;12(1):18-25.

Bates DK.  Perceptions from athletic training students involved in an intentional peer-assisted learning pedagogy.  Athl Train Educ J.  2016;11(4):181-188.

Bates DK.  Perceptions from graduates of professional athletic programs involved in peer-assisted learning.  Athl Train Educ J.  2014;9(3):113-126.

Presentations

2013-2017 Preceptor workshop, George Fox University, held each May
2016 District 10 NWATA: Free Communications: “Perceptions from Students Involved in an Intentional Peer-Assisted Learning Pedagogy”
2015 Poster Presentation Athletic Training Educators Conference: “Flipped Classroom in an Orthopedic Assessment Class”
2014 Poster Presentation District 10 NWATA: “Perceptions from Graduates of Professional Athletic Programs Involved in Peer-Assisted Learning”
2014 District 10 NWATA: Lecture: “New Competencies: What the current graduate learn that you should know.”
2014 District 10 NWATA: Lecture: “New position and Consensus Statements”

Committee Work

2013-2016 Member, Faculty Development Committee, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2013-2016 Member, Core Team Professional Programs, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2015-2016 Chair, Workgroup, Interprofessional Education, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2015-2016 Chair, Workgroup, MS in Athletic Training transition, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2015 Chair, Workgroup, Research across the curriculum, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2015 Chair, Workgroup, Simulations across the curriculum, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2013-2014 Member, Committee, Northwest Athletic Trainers Association District 10 planning, Northwest Athletic Trainers Association
2013 Member, Director of Office for Student Success search committee, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
2013 Member, Internship Workgroup, George Fox University, Newberg OR
2008-2010 Member, Assessment committee, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln NE

Service

2002-Present: American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor, training for department and community

2014-Present: Volunteer Dayton youth soccer coach, Dayton OR

2015-Present: Volunteer Council, Newberg First United Methodist Church, Newberg OR

March 2015: Volunteer Medical Tent, Shamrock Run, Portland OR

2013-2015: Volunteer Carlton Summer Swim club, Carlton OR

Professional Associations

National Athletic Trainers Association member
Northwest Athletic Trainers Association member

Headlines

Dana Bates, Masters of Athletic Training Professor, published a medical journal online. 

Dr. Dana Bates collaborated with Brent Norris MPAS, PA-C , in the planning and implementation of the SIM-Man into the testing for the General Medical Course.

Dr. Jessica Moore, EdD, ATC will join the Athletic Training Program as a Full-time faculty. In her primary role as Assistant Professor, she will share her expertise in AT 600 General Medical Conditions as well as Co-Teaching varies courses alongside Dr. Jeffery Kawaguchi and Dr. Dana Bates. 

Dr. Sarah Cook, PhD, ATC will join the Athletic Training Program as a Full-time faculty. In her primary role as Assistant Professor, she will share her expertise in AT 530 Prevention & Treatment of Athletic Injuries as well as Co-Teaching varies courses alongside Dr. Jeffery Kawaguchi and Dr. Dana Bates. 

The faculty and staff of the Athletic Training Program at Pacific University are excited to announce that Dana Bates, PhD, ATC, has agreed to accept a teaching position within the program beginning in the Fall of 2017.