Dr. Lindsey Eberman

Dr. Lindsey Eberman
Professor & IRB Chair
Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation, Department of
Health and Human Services, College of
567 N 5th Street
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Dr. Lindsey Eberman is the Program Director for the Post-Professional Doctorate in Athletic Training at Indiana State University.  She earned her bachelors degree from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and her post-professional masters and doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Florida International University in Miami, FL.

Dr. Eberman has been recognized with the 2017 NATA Emergeing Educator Award, the 2017 NATA Professional Development Excellence Award, the 2016 GLATA Outstanding Educator Award, the 2016 Mildred Lemmon Faculty Excellence Award, the 2014 Caleb Mills Distinguished Teacher Award, and the 2012 Honors Faculty of the Year.  She has facilitated more than 100 theses and research projects with various methods of inquiry.  To date, Dr. Eberman’s scholarly productivity includes 2 book chapters, 73 article publications, 95 abstract publications, and over 100 international, national, regional, and state presentations. 

In her current role, Dr. Eberman interacts with over 40 post-professional doctoral students annually, 23 of which serve in graduate assistant roles.  In this supervisory position, she is responsible for appraising candidates, and mentoring and evaluating employees in various clinical settings.  She is also responsible for fostering clinical expertise and advanced practice leadership skills in the graduates of the Doctorate in Athletic Training.

ATTR 710: Integrative Health
ATTR 713: Outcome Assessment in Health Care
ATTR 720: Evidence Based Integrative Care I
ATTR 725: Athletic Training Educator
ATTR 756: Clinical Experience in Athletic Training II
ATTR 798: Research Project
ATTR 855: Clinical Experience in Athletic Training III
ATTR 726: Administration of Health Care

PhD Curriculum and Instruction, Florida International University (2008)

MS Exercise and Sport Sciences, Florida International University (2005)

BS Athletic Training, Northeastern University (2003)


Teaching and Learning in the Health Professions

Healthcare Administration and Risk Mitigation

Self-Reflective Clinical Practice and Quality Improvement

Leadership, Mentorship, and Advocacy

Education Across the Lifespan of the Learner

  • Continuing Education
  • Post-Professional Education
  • Clinical Education

Social and Professional Issues in Athletic Training

  • Healthcare and Workplace Disparities within the LGBTQ Community
  • Work-Life Integration
  • Health Related Quality of Life among Athletic Trainers
  • Policy Development and Implementation
  • Risk Mitigation and Legal Issues