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Accepting Applications for 2013 Scholarships
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The NATA Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2013-14 academic year. The scholarship program is one of the Foundation's largest, awarding more than $138,000 annually to deserving athletic training students. All personal information must be submitted by Jan. 21, 2013. More

Join the Discussion in the Think Tanks
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The Secondary School forum in the NATA Think Tanks is always one of the more active categories. Recent topics have included continuing education, athletic training facility rules and a concussion alert system. If you have not been to the Think Tanks recently, stop by and join the discussion. There are more than 20 forums on different topics, so there is something for everyone!

Modular Taping Stations With An EDGE!

The Athletic Edge introduces modular taping stations to fit any size training room and any budget. Our high quality hardwood or laminate stations are manufactured using dowel and glue construction for long lasting durability. AE modular systems allows you to customize the height, depth, seats and custom graphics for any taping station. MORE

Jack Cramer Scholarship Deadline This Week!
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Do you have a student interested in a career as a secondary school athletic trainer? The deadline is approaching for applications for the Jack Cramer Scholarship. In conjunction with the NATA Secondary School Athletic Trainers' Committee, one $2,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving high school senior who is planning a career as an athletic trainer in a high school setting. The deadline for applications is Dec. 1. More


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Liberty Mutual for NATA Members
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Holiday Gift Guide: The Gift that Gives Back
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Looking for the perfect gift for that hard-to-shop-for colleague or the physician who has everything? As the holiday season approaches, the NATA Research & Education Foundation would like you to consider honoring the special people in your life with a gift that will help advance the profession and make sports safer for athletes at all levels. For a suggested minimum donation of $10 per recipient, the individual(s) you designate will receive a personalized holiday card from the NATA Foundation acknowledging that a gift has been made in their honor. The card will include both the giver and the recipient's names, but the amount of the donation will not be included unless specifically requested. Skip the long lines at the mall and let us take care of your giving this year! More

Call For Volunteers Coming Soon
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Watch the NATA News and website soon for our annual call for volunteers. This is your chance to be a leader and shape your profession. Members can serve in any capacity, so explore your volunteering options! More

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High School Football More Dangerous Than College, Pros
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The injury rates for high school football are higher than those in college and NFL football, according to the chairman of the medical advisory board of Arizona's High School Athletic Organization. Meanwhile, fewer than 40 percent of high schools have athletic trainers on staff. "So you have 60 percent that are uncovered, that are uncared for, that don't have the valuable expertise available to them," said Dr. Javier Cardenas. More


NFL to Use EHRs for Care Coordination, Injury Tracking
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The NFL is kicking off a league-wide effort to digitize health records. The NFL will use eClinicalWorks' electronic health record platform to streamline coordination of care for players. Announced Nov. 19, the multimillion dollar deal will allow NFL doctors and trainers to access health records and radiology images and share them with second-opinion physicians, said Girish Kumar Navani, CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks. More

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Stanford Analyzes Athletes' Concussions
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The brains and the brawn at Stanford are teaming up to figure out how concussions are caused. Stanford researchers have turned the school's football practices into a living laboratory in an effort to understand the mechanics of what happens to the head and neck when a head injury occurs. The hope is that once researchers determine what forces cause a concussion, they can start improving sports equipment and rules to reduce injuries. More

Science Easing Pain of Ligament Damage
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A pop is rarely a good thing. To an athlete, a sudden jolt and a popping noise usually means one thing: 9 to 12 months on the bench and countless hours of rehabilitation. Knees and the ligaments that run through them have proven susceptible to tears — perhaps moreso in recent years — and the impact runs deep. More

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The Goal of Injury Prevention in Athletes
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First, it just felt "odd." Seconds later, it was excruciating. That's when Meredith Blackwelder hit the ground. She was an eighth-grader at Houston's Lanier Middle School at the time, and soccer was her passion. Blackwelder had torn her ACL. The anterior cruciate ligament is one of four major ligaments in the knee and is the main stabilizer of the knee. Females are more likely to suffer tears than males. More

Shoulder Injuries Require Attention
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Collision sports such as football or rugby, along with sports that may lead to falls from a height such as biking or skiing, are at an increased risk for shoulder injuries. Shoulder dislocations typically occur when the arm is forcibly pulled away from the side or overhead. Shoulder separations typically occur with a direct blow to the top of the shoulder. More

Athletic Trainer Among Heroes in Saving Arizona Teen's Life
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In Phoenix, a Kingman High School football player is thankful to be alive this Thanksgiving. On Oct. 26, 17-year-old Derek Curran was playing in a game when he was hit. He said that Kingman's athletic trainer thought she noticed something wasn't quite right. "She was talking to me and I said, 'No, no, I'm fine,'" Curran said. "I put my mouthpiece in and went to go back out onto the field and started having seizures right there." More

Indiana University Football Among Those Pioneering New Concussion Technology
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The use of sensors in football helmets is one of the newest trends in helping doctors and trainers immediately recognize on-field concussions. While the expensive technology has not reached the high school level, an report said seven universities — including Indiana University — now are using the sensors to help diagnose concussions. More
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