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Leslie Oglesby

Dr. Leslie Oglesby

Assistant Professor


Dr. Leslie Oglesby received his BS degree in Athletic Training from The University of Alabama in 2010, his MS degree in Health Promotion from Northwestern State University of Louisiana in 2012, and his PhD in Kinesiology, Exercise, Nutrition and Health Promotion from Baylor University in 2018. He practiced as a certified athletic trainer in the collegiate setting for 8 years before becoming Clinical Education Coordinator for the athletic training program at USM in 2018. He became the Program Director of the athletic training program in 2022. His research investigates the effects and remediation of burnout in athletic trainers.

  • PHD - Baylor University (2018)
  • MS - Northwestern State University of Louisiana (2012)
  • BS - University of Alabama (2010)

HPR 372: Athletic Training Therapeutic Modalities
HPR 372L: Athletic Training Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory
HPR 374L: Athletic Training Clinical Examination and Diagnosis I Laboratory
HPR 375L: Athletic Training Clinical Examination and Diagnosis II Laboratory
HPR 378: Rehabilitative Exercise
HPR 378L: Rehabilitative Exercise Laboratory
HPR 456L: Advanced Athletic Training Clinical II
HPR 475: Medical Aspects of Athletic Training

  • Do Energy Drink Consumers Study More?, Journal of community health, 2018, 10.1007/s10900-017-0386-8
  • Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Double Avulsion in a Collegiate American Football Athlete: A Case Report, International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 2017, 10.1123/ijatt.2015-0102
  • Athletic Trainer Burnout: A Systematic Review of the Literature, Journal of Athletic Training, 2020
  • Burnout and Substance Use in Collegiate Athletic Trainers, Journal of Athletic Training, 2020
  • National Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Mississippi Athletic Trainers' Association
  • English (Native or Bilingual)

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Areas of Expertise

Occupational Burnout, Spiritual Well-Being, Substance Use