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NATA Launches New Think Tank Forum
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A new forum recently made its debut on the NATA Think Tanks. It's called "Catastrophic Injuries: Support for the Athletic Trainer." This forum, moderated by Tina Koyen, MS, ATC, PES, gives athletic trainers the opportunity to share experiences, ask questions and offer support regarding life-threatening injuries. If you haven't been to the Think Tanks lately, see if there is a forum for you and join in the discussion. More



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Harlem Globetrotters Offer NATA Member Discount
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The Harlem Globetrotters are offering ticket discounts for NATA members during their 85th Anniversary season. The 2011 World Tour includes more than 200 games in almost as many cities. Find one near you and take your family – at NATA discount prices! More


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NATA Sets Time for YPC Annual Meeting Event
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The 2nd Annual Young Professionals Lounge Event, "Remembering Our Roots and Forging Our Future," is scheduled from 6:30-8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21 at the NATA 62nd Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia in New Orleans. This is a chance for Young Professionals to mingle with other YPs, members of the NATA Hall of Fame, Board of Directors and staff. Last year's event not only drew nearly 200 people, it helped raise awareness of pending NATA legislation. Mark your calendar for the premier YP event of the Annual Meeting. More


EDAC Request for Proposals
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NATA's Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee offers grant proposals for Diversity Enhancement Grants up to $5,000. Grants are awarded to those developing programs intended to recruit, retain and educate current or future ethnically diverse ATs or to those developing research related to the health care conditions relevant to the ethnically diverse population. The third grant category includes the development of programs to enhance the professional develop of ethnically diverse ATs. There are two grant cycles each year, and the next deadline is April 1. More


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IOC World Conference Focuses on Prevention
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The final program has been announced for the IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport, slated April 7-9 in Monaco. Sandy Shultz, Ph.D., ATC, CSCS, serves on the Scientific Committee, and Kevin Guskiewicz, Ph.D., ATC, will chair a symposium on concussion in sport. Many athletic trainers – including Reed Ferber, Ph.D., ATC; James Onate, Ph.D., ATC; Cathy Ortega, EdD, ATC, PT; Greg Zuest, Ph.D., ATC, CSCS; Larry Leverenz, Ph.D., ATC, and more – are speaking at sessions during the conference. More


ATs Urged to Share Knowledge at World Summit
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Athletic trainers are encouraged to submit abstracts for the Athletic Care and Interdisciplinary Sports Medicine World Summit, July 28-30, in Germany. NATA is a participating organization in the World Summit, which brings together a wide range of disciplines involved in caring for athletes. Abstracts are due Feb. 28. Help represent athletic training on a global platform. More


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Rules Offered to Curb Youth Head Injuries
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Massachusetts health authorities are expected to propose stringent regulations aimed at reducing head injuries in adolescent athletes — and assuring that injured players don't return to the field until their brains have recovered. The rules give form to emergency legislation enacted last summer amid burgeoning concerns about the long-term consequences of concussions and a sports ethos that for decades celebrated athletes who proved their mettle by playing even when their heads throbbed and they felt woozy. More


Stretching May Help Ward Off 'Runner's Knee'
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Stretching and strengthening exercises may help prevent widespread knee problems, including one form of what is known as "runner's knee," among physically active people, a study of army recruits found. Nearly 25 percent of physically active people suffer from anterior knee pain (AKP) — pain at the front of the knee that is worsened by climbing stairs or running — and it is also the main reason new British army recruits drop out. More


FDA Wants Stricter Testing for Defibrillators
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The Food and Drug Administration is recommending stricter testing requirements for heart-zapping defibrillators after years of increasing problems with the emergency medical devices. Under the agency's proposal posted online, makers of external defibrillators would need to submit more data and undergo manufacturing inspections before launching a new product. More


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Offseason Workouts Need Changes Before the Next Funeral
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NATA has contacted the source of this article to thank them for the coverage and to remind about the correct terminology when referring to an athletic trainer.

This is The Kill Season. It operates mostly out of mind and certainly out of sight. It has claimed 19 lives since 2000. The annual window of death in college football basically opens this month. And it's all completely accepted. It is a part of the football culture — winter conditioning, offseason conditioning, summer conditioning. All of it. More specifically, The Kill Season begins in January and stretches to the beginning of fall drills in August. That's a long time for anyone to be at mortal risk, but it's true.
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Women Soccer Players 'Tough It Out' Through Injury
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Women soccer players play through painful injuries during matches to prove themselves, according to new research. Scientists in the U.K. claim women are more robust due to psychological and sociological factors which affect their attitude to pain, injury and risk. A team at the University of the West of England studied players including members of the England women's team. Sociologist John Bird, who headed the research team, said women had an ethos of "toughing it out." More


Study: It's Possible to Have an Active Life After Disc Surgery
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Since NFL players recover from back surgery to play again, U.S. researchers say there is no excuse for others returning from back surgery to return to the gym. Researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Northwestern Memorial Hospital examined two decades of public records on 52 NFL offensive and defensive linemen who had herniated disc surgery during their careers. More
 


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