EFFECTIVENESS OF PRE-HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING OF BONE FRACTURE MANAGEMENT ON KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF SOCCER PLAYERS
This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of training on the knowledge and skills of soccer players about pre-hospital management of fracture management. This study used a pre-experimental approach to the pretest-posttest. The sample in this study was 32 soccer players. The sample collection technique uses purposive sampling. The instrument in this study was a closed-ended questionnaire and observation sheet. The results of statistical tests using the Wilcoxon test with a significance level of 0.05 obtained p-value <0.001. The results of this study indicate that training with simulation methods about pre-hospital management of fracture management is effective in increasing the knowledge and skills of soccer players, and this knowledge is needed to anticipate disability due to injury from a soccer athlete due to fractures with pre-hospital management done in a good and right way.