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James Clover

James Clover

Lecturer

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Lecturer
Kinesiology
Office Phone(909) 537-7619
Office LocationPE-119

Bio

 Military Service:

                    The United States Air Force “Honorable Discharge”        1972 –1976

  • 2014 – Present          Coordinator of Sports Clinic - Riverside Medical Clinic
  • 1981 – 11/24/14           Coordinator, The SPORT Clinic
  • 1984 – Present          Director, The SPORT Foundation
  • 1984 – 2013 Ret.       Instructor, Riverside County Office of Education “Sports Therapy and Fitness”
  • 2019 – 2020             California State University Faculty Senate
  • 1998 – Present          President/Owner, Clover Enterprise Inc. “Athletic Trainer Services” Currently 40 athletic trainers on staff at 40 High Schools and other event coverage
  • 1999 – Present          Board Member, California Interscholastic Federation “Sports Medicine Advisory Committee”
  • 2019 – 2021             Academic Senate; California State University San Bernardino
  • 2014 – 2015             Adjunct Professor, Loma Linda University “Principles of Coaching” & “Anatomy Kinesiology”
  • 1989 – 2018             Director, “Practical Applications in Sports Medicine” sports medicine seminars for Athletic Trainers, Physical therapist, students, and physicians
  • 1985 – 2018             Director, Inland Empire All-Star Football Classic”
  • 2003 – 2010             Instructor “SportsmetricsTM” training program scientifically proven to decrease serious knee ligament injuries in female athletes.
  • 2013 – 2018             (ITAT) Impact Trained Athletic Trainer
  • 1985 – 2008             Instructor, Riverside Community College “Athletic Training”

 

Awards:

  • 2018             “Hall of Fame” Riverside Sport Hall of Fame “Contributor”
  • 2018             College of Natural Sciences Outstanding Lecturer, California State University of San Bernardino
  • 2018             Cal. State University San Bernardino “Adjunct Professor of the Year”
  • 2017             Cal. State University San Bernardino “Most Inspiring Professor of the Year”  
  • 2017             Father of the Year “American Diabetes Association”
  • 2016             Cal. State University San Bernardino “Adjunct Professor of the Year”
  • 2016             CIF Southern Section: Distinguished Service Award
  • 2009             “Hall of Fame” Riverside Community College
  • 2008             “Riverside Sports Hero, Lifetime Achievement Award” from California Baptist University
  • 2007             National Football Foundation, Riverside County Chapter “Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football”
  • 2004             NATA “Most Distinguishes Athletic Trainer”
  • 2004             District 8 “Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer”
  • 2001             NATA, District 8 “All-District 8 Team” For the Clinical/Industrial area
  • 2000             NATA,  District 8 “Special Recognition” Award
  • 1998             “Hall of Fame” Coalition to Protect American Sports (CAPS),
  • 1994             “Entrepreneur of the Year” Socially Responsible Category
  • Award from Assembly Member Steve Clute, in appreciation of outstanding commitment to the youth
  • Book/s:excellent -
  • 2015             “Sports Medicine Essential” 3rd Edition – Cengage Learning Publishing         
  • 2004             “Sports Medicine Essentials” 2nd Edition – Cengage Learning Publishing
  • “Sports Medicine Essentials” Thomson – Delmar Learning Publishing Inc.
  • 2000             “Clinical Athletic Training” Chapter 10 “Clinical Marketing,” Slack Incorporated

Presentation: (Selected) !  

  • 2017 “Hit this not this” RUSD Coach’s Clinic
  • 2016 “Concussion” Pacific Union PE/Heath Teachers In-services
  • 2015 “We need Football, Let Me Help You Keep It” SCIFCA Convention
  • 2013 Presentations to Riverside Kaiser Residents on Sideline Management, concussions, & orthopedic evaluations
  • 2013 Presentation to the Riverside County Residency on Sideline Management & concussions.
  • 2017 Practical Application in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2015 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2015 “The Magic of Teaching Sports Medicine, HOSA conference
  • 2014 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director) “Concussion Sidelines to ER to home.”
  • 2013 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2012 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director) “Concussions”
  • 2012 IE Athletic Directors Conference “Questions I have a few – and answers
  • 2011 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2010 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2009 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Coordinator)
  • 2008 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, Director) “Injury Surveillance”
  • 2007 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Director) “MRSA in the High Schools”
  • 2006 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Director) “Home Exercise Program with your iPod and Cell Phone.”
  • 2005 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2004 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2003 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2002 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2001 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Director)
  • 2000 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, Director) “Prevention & Recognition of and  ACL”
  • 2000 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Director) “Clinical Ready v/s Athletically Prepared for Competition.”
  • 2000 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, “Risk Management, Taking to the Parents”
  • 1991 – 2004 Presenter, Sports Risk Management and the Keys to Safety
  • 1992 – 2004 Presenter, Sports Injury Concerns, The Female Athlete
  • 1997 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Coordinator) “AED”
  • 1995 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine (Coordinator) “How to use your Statistics.”
  • 1994 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Coordinator) “Survey of Education vs. Job”
  • 1993 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Coordinator) “Facemask Removal, football airway management of the sports Medical Emergencies.”
  • 1992 Practical Applications in Sports Medicine, (Coordinator) “Coach/ Family/ Doctor Relationship”
  • 2006 USF Sports Medicine Conference: Behind the Scenes as a Team Physician “Communicating with Parent of High School Athletes”
  • 2001, 2002 & 2003 Southern California Amateur Softball Association, “Prevention and Evaluation of Sports Injuries” & “Return to Play”
  • 2001 CIF Athletic Administrators Symposium, “Heat: How to Condition and Practice”
  • NATA’s National Symposium 1998 “The Sports Medicine Store, Is it Real?”
  • NATA’s National Symposium 1997 “Marketing the Certified Athletic Training”
  • NATA’s National Symposium 1997 “The ATC as a Multi-Specialist: Multi-Entrepreneurial –How and where do we go from here.”
  • California Athletic Director Meeting, 1997, “Understanding Insurance Programs. What should we know.”
  • NATA District 8 Symposium 1997 “The Business Plan”
  • NATA’s National Symposium 1996 “Marketing Risk Management to High Schools”
  • NATA’s National Symposium 1995 “Marketing and Business Approach of a Successful Sports Medicine Out-Reach Program”
  • NATA, 1988 “Statistical Analysis of Fall Sports”
  • Coaching Regulations, The New Laws, 1988 “Education of the Coaches”
  • Stovall’s All-Sport Clinic, 1987 “The Athletic Trainer’s Kit”
  • Southwest Dance, Movement and Acro-Sport Workshop, 1986 to 1998 lecture on “Dance Injuries.”
  • The SPORT Foundation “Practical Applications in Sports Medicine” Coordinator 1991- Present
  • Kaiser Permanente Sports Medicine symposium 1996, “How to use the Athletic Trainer in an HMO Setting.”
  • Orange County Nutrition Society, 1995 “Nutrition in the High School Student/ Athlete”
  • CIF 1992, “A Total Continuum of Care for the Student-Athlete”
  • UNLV Sports Medicine 1994, “Functional Rehabilitation for Athletes’
  • Junior All-America Football, Keynote speaker 1992 to 1999 “Football injuries and prevention.”
  • Pacific Northwest Regional National Pop Warner Certification Clinic “Sports Risk Management” 1983, 1984, 1985
  • CIF Southern Section “Team Physician Course” Coordinator and Presenter
  • CAPHERED Conference presenter “Common Sports Injuries” 1993 and 1995
  • AOASM,  Risk Management, and the Sports Medicine Physician: Reducing the Risk of injury to the Athletes in Your Care, La Jolla, CA, 1997
  • National Federation of State High School Associations, Heat & Hydration – Knowledge & Prevention Strategies, Palm Desert, CA, 2007

Education

                     The Ohio State University                          B.S. Degree    1980

                      Azusa Pacific University                             M.Ed. Degree  1989

                      Florida International University                  D.A.T. 2021 (Doctorate of Athletic Training) 

Courses/Teaching

KINE, 2300, 2400, 3500, 3900, 4100, 4200

Research and Teaching Interests

Concussions