Get Ready for NATA 2016

Get Ready for NATA 2016

Our new convention website has all of the information you need to start planning your trip to Baltimore! Housing opened December 2, 2015.

Malignant Hyperthermia Roundtable

Malignant Hyperthermia Roundtable

NATA’s AT in Residence shares her experience at the Malignant Hyperthermia Task Force Roundtable co-hosted by NATA and KSI.

February 2016 NATA News

February 2016 NATA News

Our February NATA News is now available! In it you’ll find information on ATs working in the entertainment setting, nutrition and cancer, our Spring Buyers’ Guide and much more.

Funding Available for Safe Sports School Award

Funding Available for Safe Sports School Award

District and state associations are showing their support by offering assistance to minimize the cost of applying for the award. Learn more on the blog.

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