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Boston Marathon Tragedy

All Athletic Trainers Safe After Boston Marathon Tragedy

 

Emerging Settings Clinical Rotations Opportunities

The Clinical and Emerging Practices Athletic Trainers’ Committee has developed a searchable database for student clinical rotations (internships) within emerging settings. The goal of this database is to allow students and members to search the database (by setting, state, district, etc.), providing them with points of contact, contact information and requirements for clinical rotations around the United States that meets their needs and interests.

CEAS I: Ergonomics Assessment Certification Workshop – Developed by Back School of Atlanta

Where: Toledo, OH
Price: $482.00 (14 day advance) - $535.00 regular price
CEU’s: Provides CEAS I™ Certification and 1.5 CEUs (in most states for most professions)
Contact: For detailed information: www.backschoolofatlanta.com

Real Salt Lake youth camps.

Hello, my name is Kyle Jorgensen and i am a student athletic trainer for the University of Utah. I work with Real Salt Lakes youth camps and we need some volunteer athletic trainers to work the practices. You do not need to be a certified AT but you need to be up to date on your First Aid certification. The camps are every week starting june 4th and go from 8-3, during the weekdays. I attached a list of all the camps so et me know asap if you can make it, Thank you!
-Kyle Jorgensen
u0678266@utah.edu
208-340-9130

Marketing Manager

We have a new, full-time marketing manager position that has become available within our dynamic organization!  This is a great opportunity for an established marketing professional to implement a comprehensive integrated marketing strategy and lead the development of promotional campaigns for the NATA.  We are seeking a professional with at least four years of experience in marketing, communication or program/product marketing as well as a bachelors degree in Marketing or other related disciplines.  Excellent organization, documentation, and follo

RESOURCES for INJURED ATHLETES

Check out the psychosocial strategy resources built by athletic training students for use with injured athletes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/athletic-training-dr.-jordan/id337761098

ATCs and DPTs

There is much overlap between ATCs and DPTs as far as treating athletes/patients is concerned. The biggest difference is, obviously, the setting. One being a training room and the other being a clinic (outpatients PTs for the purpose of this article). Yes, there are differences in education, areas of expertise, patient population, etc. However, outpatient-ortho PTs and ATCs really quite similar in the eyes of this author. The point I am alluding to is this: how is there not more cross-over between the two professions?

Code of Ethics

NATA CODE OF ETHICS

September 28, 2005
 
 

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The National Athletic Trainers’ Association Code of Ethics states the principles of ethical behavior that should be followed in the practice of athletic training.  It is intended to establish and maintain high standards and professionalism for the athletic training profession.
 

Sport-related concussion: Navigating the latest research findings and clinical recommendations

 

 

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Sport-related concussion: Navigating the latest research findings and clinical recommendations

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