Publications

May 8, 2019 by Beth Sitzler
By Kim Diggs In order to move the needle on an issue, it is important to strike a chord with decision-makers. Athletic trainers aiming to be heard on a specific topic can leverage the influence of a media outlet through a well-written essay. Que the...
May 1, 2019 by Beth Sitzler
Sometimes the signs of a developing psychological concern can be hard to notice. To help athletic trainers determine when to address growing concerns and take action, the NATA ATs Care Committee has developed the Mental Health Card . Available in...
March 1, 2019 by Beth Sitzler
By Kimberly Hansen ATC, LAT, CES The field of athletic training has evolved significantly in recent years. For some, the focus has shifted from 60-hour work weeks and Friday night lights with the adrenaline rush of an athlete going down, to a place...
March 1, 2019 by Beth Sitzler
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San Antonio firefighter Tim Worley knew something was wrong as soon as he heard the pop. The 16-year San Antonio Fire Department veteran was playing with his dog when he stumbled backwards, twisting his leg and causing a loud pop from his knee. “He...
January 29, 2019 by Beth Sitzler
Negotiating salary with a new employer can be intimidating. The February NATA News features a salary negotiation infographic handout that offers 10 tips to help members as they discuss compensation with a new employer. Provided by the Business of...
January 29, 2019 by Beth Sitzler
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By Jamie Woodall, MPH, LAT, ATC In the February NATA News , I shared how athletic trainers can own their impact and highlight the value of their role and the profession to their current and potential employers. Once hired, every choice made, every...