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Work-life balance
Chris Mathewson, ATC, MSS, CSCS
NATA Board of Directors
District 7

I think people who get into athletic training are givers by nature, as are most people in medical professions. In addition to giving our time, often exceeding that in any contractual obligations, we also give our hearts and souls to ensure the athletic and personal successes of the students in our charge. Because of that commitment, especially in a secondary school setting, it can be difficult to achieve a work/life balance. Read more about achieving a work life balance as a secondary school athletic trainer.
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Getting started with your first secondary school job: What to tackle first, what can wait
Rick Spencer, ATC
Secondary School Athletic Trainers' Committee
Alumni

If you are new to the secondary school setting, the first day on the job can seem overwhelming, especially if you are starting a new program. Learn about the critical items that need to be addressed and what can wait.
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Gatorade SSAT Award: Call for nominations
SSATC
Gatorade has been a partner of the NATA for more than 30 years, and throughout this partnership, it has worked closely with athletic trainers in the secondary school setting to help ensure athletes receive the highest quality care. That's because Gatorade understands the impact SSATs have on the health and safety of high school athletes.

As part of their commitment, Gatorade, in partnership with the SSATC, is launching year two of the Gatorade Secondary School Athletic Training Award. This award recognizes certified athletic trainers from each NATA district who have made outstanding contributions in furthering their high school's athletic care program or the overall profession of secondary school athletic training.

Get details on the 2015-2016 Gatorade Secondary School Athletic Trainer award, and please take the time to nominate a worthy SSAT from your community.

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Recipes for athletes
SSATC
Recipes for Athletes are what Dana White specializes in. Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She specializes in culinary nutrition, recipe development and sports nutrition. Dana works closely with chefs and authors to develop creative and healthy recipes for athletes. Listen to her tips for working with athletes on this sports nutrition podcast.
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Sports Med Today
SSATC
A new patient-focused sports medicine website for parents, coaches, athletes and health care professionals — Sports Med Today — is now available from the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. Visitors to the site will find a searchable database with a variety of sports medicine topics arranged by sport, medical condition (injury/illness) and body part, with topics being added and updated continually throughout the year. Additionally, PDFs are available to print off and share.
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