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Student Athletes’ Bill of Rights Introduced as a Resolution in House

2-21-2013

Washington, DC, February 21, 2013 – The Secondary School Student Athletes’ Bill of Rights was introduced as House Resolution 72 (H. Res. 72) into the U.S. House of Representatives on February 15, by Rep. Jim Gerlach (PA-6) and supported by the Youth Sports Safety Alliance. It was originally co-sponsored by Rep. Devin Nunes (CA-22).

First National Action Plan For Sports Safety

2-06-2013

 
WASHINGTON, February 6, 2013 – The Youth Sports Safety Alliance, composed of more than 100 organizations committed to keeping young athletes safe, launched the first-ever “National Action Plan for Sports Safety” to ensure comprehensive action to protect America’s student athletes. The Plan was finalized by those in attendance at the 4th annual Youth Sports Safety Summit in Washington, DC yesterday. The Summit was convened by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Athletic trainers lobby federal legislators on behalf of NATA and patient access to quality health care

3-24-2010
Contact: Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159
ellen@nata.org
Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Baseline Testing May Aid in Concussion Assessment of Athletes-Sports Health

12-29-2009

For Immediate Release
December 29, 2009

Baseline Testing May Aid in Concussion Assessment of Athletes
Study finds athletes likely to experience concussion-linked symptoms well after initial injury

ROSEMONT, IL - Testing for concussion symptoms before athletic participation may help clinicians better
evaluate concussion issues after an injury, according to a study published in the January/February issue of
Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach.

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Issues 2010 Report Card on the Youth Sports Safety Crisis at Washington, D.C., Summit

12-07-2010

Contact:

Robin Waxenberg
212.489.8006 (o); 917.301.1350 (c)
robin@robwax.com

Ellen Satlof
214.637.6282, x159
ellen@nata.org
 

NFL and the NATA Team to Pass State Laws to Protect Youth Athletes From the Risks of Concussions

12-07-2010

For Immediate Release
Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Contact:

Jeff Miller
National Football League
202.662.5593

Ellen Satlof
National Athletic Trainers’ Association
214.637.6282 x159
 

NATA Champions Proposed Concussion Act of 2010

9-23-2010
Contact: Robin Waxenberg Ellen Satlof, NATA
  212.489.8006 214.637.6282, ext. 159
  robin@robwax.com

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Offers Guidelines for Back-to-School Sports Safety

8-12-2010
Contacts: Robin Waxenberg Ellen Satlof, NATA
  212.489.8006 214.637.6282, ext. 159
  robin@robwax.com

National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) offers Tips for Exercising Safely in the Heat

7-08-2010
Contacts:  
Robin Waxenberg
212-489-8006
robin@robwax.com
Ellen Satlof, NATA
214-637-6282, ext. 159
ellen@nata.org

 

NATA Partners to Provide e-PPE as New Member Service

6-25-2010

For Immediate Release

Contact:       Ellen Satlof, NATA

                         214.532.8859

                         Ellen@nata.org

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