The Side Bar

The Sidebar is available for you to review all of your athletes data by form.

The Sidebar is available for you to review all of your athletes data by form.

To view one athlete's data, or to enter in new data click on the name of one of the athletes

To view one athlete's data, or to enter in new data click on the name of one of the athletes

If you are tracking injury/illness data each athlete might be coloured according to the status of an injury or illness. The colours here indicate injury status

If you are tracking injury/illness data each athlete might be coloured according to the status of an injury or illness. The colours here indicate injury status

You can see how many records have been entered for each athlete by event

You can see how many records have been entered for each athlete by event

Click on a "Plus" beside any of the event form names to see the actual entries and any summary fields. Additional buttons will also appear, to take you to the history for that form or to enter in new data for that form.

You can look at the history for an event/form

You can look at the history for an event/form

You can see the history for a specific type of event by clicking on the "History" icon underneath the name the event form. This will take you to the "Athlete History" page for that event.

Summary data will appear in the sidebar if it has been set up by your site Builder.

You can enter in new data by clicking the the "New___________" underneath the Event Form name

You can enter in new data by clicking the the "New___________" underneath the Event Form name

If your sidebar is set up for entering in medical data with linked records you can enter this in directly in using the sidebar without having to open the injury/illness record

If your sidebar is set up for entering in medical data with linked records you can enter this in directly in using the sidebar without having to open the injury/illness record

This injury record has additional records that can be "linked" to it. This is set up so that when you view the injury record you can see the different medications or assessments that have been done specifically in relation to this event. You can see here that the injury record has had 2 medication events entered and a postural form as well (as shown in the image below).

 

An example of the linked records as they appear when the original injury is opened.

An example of the linked records as they appear when the original injury is opened.

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