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A recent high profile sexual abuse and misconduct case in athletics and a subsequent bill that details new reporting requirements, passed in both the U.S. House and Senate, have prompted many organizations to take action to help protect others from...
Build relationships with other local health care professionals. Many athletic trainers have relationships with a variety of other health care providers. While some may know a great deal about the education and skillset of athletic trainers, others...
By Brian Murray, Go4Ellis Kicking off with EATA in Boston on Jan. 5, the Go4Ellis crew is hitting the road in 2018 to meet with athletic trainers in person. We are crashing conventions and annual meetings in cities across the country. Our mission is...
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Each year, hundreds of NATA members and nonmembers give their time and effort to the association. Without their dedication, NATA could not be successful in everything we do. In 2017, more than 728 members and 36 nonmembers volunteered with NATA...
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This year more than 500 NATA members celebrated 25 years of being with the association, while 33 celebrated 50 years of membership. NATA would like to congratulate all of its members who are celebrating a special anniversary with the association as...
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In September, the NATA Board of Directors approved the creation of the new LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee, which will advocate for LGBTQ+ athletic trainers and patients through research, education and community support. The idea for the committee came...
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The cover story of the October NATA News , our annual Research Issue, examined a $4.9 million research project funded by the Department of Defense and U.S. Army to improve safety for warfighters through advanced liner systems and a better...
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After the first quarterly meeting of the Greater Houston Athletic Trainers' Society, President Daniel Young, MAT, ATC, LAT, composed a letter addressing the consequences of Hurricane Harvey. Included in the letter were details on how GHATS is...
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The Texas State Athletic Trainers' Association has started a relief fund for athletic trainers in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey with an initial donation of $1,000. Anyone can donate and contributions are being accepted via check or PayPal...
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On behalf of the ATs Care CISM peer-support team, I want to reach out to those of you dealing with the ongoing effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to express our concerns for your safety and to let you know that the athletic training community has...