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Megan Granquist

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Megan Granquist is a Professor of Kinesiology and Director of the Master of Science in Athletic Training program. She is a certified athletic trainer and holds an undergraduate degree from Pacific Lutheran University, masters degree from University of Oregon, and doctoral degree in Exercise and Sport Science with an emphasis in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Dr. Granquist teaches courses in psychosocial aspects of sport injury and rehabilitation, evidence-based practice, and interprofessional care. Among her publications, she is lead-author of the textbook, “Psychosocial Strategies for Athletic Training” (2014) and recently had a paper published in the Athletic Training Education Journal, titled “Incorporating Interfaith Concepts in Education on Patient-Centered Care” (Cook, Granquist, Wagoner, 2022). Her research is focused on psychosocial aspects of sport injury and rehabilitation and interfaith practices.