Connect with the NATA International Committee and affiliate groups to learn how the athletic training profession is growing worldwide.
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The NATA International Committee assists members in establishing and maintaining working relationships with sports medicine specialists internationally that allow them to collaborate, share and make visible the athletic training profession. To that end, the International Committee is committed to establishing a global network of colleagues in the allied health profession to include athletic trainers, athletic therapists, physical therapists, physiotherapists and other sports medicine specialists.
Address issues of members who live, work or are stationed outside the United States. Assist with international membership recruitment as appropriate.
1. Develop programs, policies and alliances to assist international members and regular certified members living outside of the United States.
2. Promote the NATA brand and the athletic training profession in the international job market.
3. Review and recommend patronage and sponsor requests by other international organizations, and generally support activities related to World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy.