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AED Policy and Procedure

Lacey Bracken MS,LAT,ATC


In the event of an emergency, athletic trainers follow an Emergency Action Plan to give a step by step process of procedures.  AED policy and procedures ensure prompt and rapid treatment in the event of Sudden Cardiac Arrest which are crucial for increased survival rate during a cardiac emergency.


 After graduating from Georgia Southern University with her B.S. and Jacksonville University with her MS, Lacey was the head athletic trainer for Stanton College Preparatory in the Duval County Public School district. After 4 years with the DCPS school district, Lacey made a shift to work with H2Health Physical Therapy while completing her second year of her DAT degree through FIU. Through H2Health Lacey serves as the head athletic trainer for Baker County High School and Jacksonville University Fine Arts Dance Department.

Lacey's professional scholarship has covered a variety of topics during her career to include biomechanics, youth sports safety, dancer conditioning screenings, life-balance and legal Issues and non-native english-speakers patient care. Currently, Lacey is a member of the ATAF Education committee. Lacey aspires to gain knowledge and experience through her DAT program to educate and advocate for the profession of athletic training, while building on her professional scholarship, service, and international opportunities.

During her free time, Lacey enjoys spending time with her husband and two year old daughter. Together they love being outside, playing in the pool, playing board games, and traveling to new places.

APATS is not a BOC CEU provider. Upon submission of completion quiz and presentation evaluation we will issue a certificate of completion. 

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