News Releases

Growing number of ATCs Find Hospitals Offer Incresed Job & Career Opportunities, Higher Salaries and Fewer Work Hours

11-03-2003

New National Athletic Trainers’ Association Survey Finds Hospitals Offer ATCs Diversity in Daily Duties & Greater Job Satisfaction

New Journal Editor Named

7-24-2003

University of Virginia Professor Named Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Athletic Training

How to Recognize, Prevent & Treat Exertional Heat Illnesses

7-24-2003

Many cases of exertional heat illness are preventable and can be successfully treated if such conditions are properly recognized and appropriate care is given in a timely manner. The main objective of the Inter-Association Task Force on Exertional Heat Illnesses Consensus Statement is to educate athletes, coaches, parents and medical staffs alike on what can be done to avert dehydration, exertional heat stroke (EHS), heat exhaustion, heat cramps and exertional hyponatremia. Prevention Strategies: The Task Force committee recommends:

NC State's Rozanski Joins Board of Directors of National Athletic Trainers' Association

6-12-2003

DALLAS (June 12, 2003) - Charlie Rozanski, ATC, will begin his term on the board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) at the end of June. He is a certified athletic trainer and is director of sports medicine with North Carolina State University in Raleigh. In his new role, Rozanski will represent NATA's district 3, which includes Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC.

University of Idaho's Steele Joins Board of Directors of National Athletic Trainers' Association

6-12-2003

DALLAS (June 12, 2003) - Barrie Steele, MS, ATC, will begin his term on the board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) at the end of June. He has spent 17 years as a certified athletic trainer at University of Idaho. In his new role, Steele will represent NATA's district 10, which includes Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan..

Certified Athletic Trainer Featured in Newly Released Women's Mentoring Book

6-12-2003

Dallas (June 12, 2003) - National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) member Louise (Lou) Fincher, EdD, ATC, LAT, is one of 12 North Texans included in the newly released book Unstoppable Woman - Stories of American Character from North Texas. The publication, written by Dina Moor, features women of accomplishment from different professions. Fincher, a certified athletic trainer, is associate professor, department of Kinesiology and program director of Athletic Training Education at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Certified Athletic Trainer Keeps Riders On 2,960 Race

6-12-2003

Use of allied health care specialists a growing trend in physician practices

Sports Medicine, Business Practice Featured Topics for Thousands at National Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting

6-13-2003

Educational offerings and trade show highlight group's June 25 to27 event in St. Louis

Soccer Star Kristine Lilly, Pro Sports Leagues Help Kids "Defeat the Heat"

6-12-2003

Public Safety Campaign Expanding Reach to Protect Young Athletes from Dehydration, Set to Reach 100 Million This Summer BOSTON, Mass. (May 28, 2003) - With the summer heat set to send temperatures soaring across the country, Women's World Cup Soccer star Kristine Lilly joined forces with U.S.

World Congress 2003

6-01-2003

Olympic to Extreme: Injuries in North American Sports

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