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Chapter 2

TermDefinition
Assumption of Risk An individual takes the responsibility for the danger taken while participating in the sport
Battery The unlawful touching of an individual without consent
Ethics Morals; a set of principles or values that influence behavior
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) A federal regulation establishing national standards for health care information to protect personal health information
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Protects the privacy of student education records
Liability Legal responsibility to perform duties in a reasonable and prudent manner
Malpractice Professional misconduct or lack of professional skills that result in damage to the patient; negligence by a professional, such as a physician, nurse, certified athletic trainer, or coach
Negligence The failure to give reasonable care or to do what another prudent person with similar experience, knowledge, and background would have done under the same or similar circumstances
Risk Management Reduction of the potential for injury
Standard of Care The degree of care, skill, and diligence an equally qualified caregiver in the profession would provide in similar circumstances
Tort A wrongful act resulting in injury to another's person, property, or reputation, for which the injured party is entitled to seek compensation
Created by: kyleeeigh.n