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STUDENT-ATHLETE'S MEDICAL PACKET


Below is the WSU Student-Athlete medical packet. Please read the following policies and fill out all the forms that are listed. You can download all the forms using Adobe Reader.

 

The required forms include:

 

Please return Medical Packet by mail to:

WSU Athletic Training

Campus Box 18
1845 Fairmount
Wichita, KS 67260-0018

 

 


NCAA DRUG TESTING POLICY 

 

NCAA Drug Testing Program and Guidelines

 

Frequently Asked Questions - Year Round Drug Testing

 

Frequently Asked Questions - Championship Drug Testing

 

Frequently Asked Questions - Summer Drug Testing

 

 


NCAA POLICY FOR SICKLE CELL STATUS NOTIFICATION

 

The NCAA has recently made it mandatory for its member institutions to know the sickle cell status for all of its student-athletes. This must take place prior to participation in any athletic activity here at WSU. We urge you to have a Hemoglobin Electrophoresis test done prior to your arrival on campus and be able to produce proof of your test results. Failure to produce test results will delay your ability to participate in athletics here at WSU. Test results may take up to two weeks to get back.

 

WSU-ICAA Sickle Cell Memorandum

 

Sickle Cell Trait and the Athlete - National Athletic Trainers Association

 

Fact Sheet for the Student Athlete

 

Fact Sheet for the Coach

 

NCAA Sickle Cell Guideline

 

NCAA Sickle Cell Video

 


NCAA BANNED DRUGS AND MEDICAL EXCEPTIONS POLICY FOR ADHD

 

The NCAA has recently made changes to the requirements for the medical exceptions policy for those student-athletes taking prescription stimulants for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Any student-athlete who is taking prescription stimulants for ADHD must have formal testing and medical documentation in place in order to be eligible. The medical testing can take up to six months to complete so please refer to the following documents for further information:

 

WSU-ICAA  Banned Drugs/Medical Exceptions Memorandum 

 

NCAA Physician Reporting Form

 

Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Sample Evaluation

 

Medical Case Documentation Case Examples


 

Wichita State University administration, athletic department, and student-athletes recognize that drug abuse cannot be tolerated in the operation of or participation in intercollegiate athletics. It is known that the illegal use of drugs poses a danger to the health and safety of the users and possibly people associated with a user, such as teammates. Drug abuse also damages the integrity and reputation of all student-athletes, the institution, and the athletic department, and it undermines fairness in competition between individual student-athletes and between teams.