Publications

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...
November 29, 2018 by Todd Christman
The Development section (on pages 33-37) of the December NATA News included details on many ways that NATA helped enhance the profession this year through programs, services and education designed to improve patient outcomes. Two major contributors...
October 29, 2018 by Todd Christman
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The Athletic Training Education Journal (available at www.natajournals.org ) invites manuscripts for a special thematic issue focusing on Health Care Leadership: Educating the Future Health Care Executive . The mission of this issue is to examine...
September 24, 2018 by Beth Sitzler
Athletes at both the secondary or collegiate level have been affected by bullying and hazing. Bullying is defined at any unwanted aggressive behavior that involves an observed or perceived imbalance of power and is repeated multiple times. Hazing, a...
May 24, 2018 by Beth Sitzler
While cheerleading once was considered a student activity related to spirit raising, nowadays it falls under many institution’s athletic programs thanks to its popularity and athleticism. As with any other athlete, cheerleaders face injury concerns...
April 23, 2018 by Beth Sitzler
The May NATA New s features an infographic handout on stress in honor of May being Mental Health Month. While some stress can be good, too much stress can have short- and long-term effects on physical and mental health. The infographic handout...