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Thornton Wins NATA Election
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The NATA presidential election ended last Thursday and Clarion University's Jim Thornton, MS, ATC, PES, emerged as the victor. Thornton, an NATA member since 1983, has volunteered in many capacities for the association and most recently served as the District Two representative on the Board of Directors. He was also the Board's vice president from 2009-2011. Thornton will succeed current president Marje Albohm, MS, ATC, next June at the annual meeting in St. Louis. He will become the 12th elected NATA president. A total of 7,134 members voted, which represented 26 percent of the eligible voting membership. The voting turnout was up from the last election in 2007 by a margin of 3 percent. Thanks to everyone who took the time to cast a vote. More





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New Webinar on Improving Clinical Teaching Added
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Andrew P. Winterstein PhD, ATC, ATEP director at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is presenting "The Clinician as Educator: Learning Dynamics in Clinical Settings" at 11 a.m. Central on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Worth one CEU, this webinar will discuss strategies to enhance interaction among learners and clinicians in patient care environments. Winterstein will discuss the challenges and pressures of clinical teaching, perceived problems in clinical education in athletic training and across the health sciences, and the role of the patient in clinical learning. More


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ATEP Directors, Join This Exciting New NATA Project
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NATA is announcing a new project for ATEP Directors that enhances NATA's image, promotes the profession, earns money for programs and much more. Approved by NATA's Board of Directors and led by past president Chuck Kimmel, LAT, ATC, the project is a collaboration between NATA and Sharecare.com, a new Q&A-based health/medical information web site. As a content partner in Sharecare.com, NATA is developing Q&A highlighting the expertise of athletic trainers for the general public. NATA is asking for 20 athletic training education programs to volunteer to develop the questions and answers over the next month or so. Don't be left out of this fun project. Learn more here. More


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Meet the Candidates for the
2011 BOC Athletic Trainer Director Election

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Be certain to vote for the next BOC Athletic Trainer Director. Online voting is open through October 20, 2011. ATs have the responsibility of electing Athletic Trainer Directors who serve on the BOC Board of Directors. The BOC utilizes an outside election company, Survey and Ballot Systems, to host the election online. This ensures the complete confidentiality of the voting process and the accurate tallying of votes. More


CUATC Offers Opportunity to Assist
NCAA Football Rules Committee

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Tim Kelly, MS, ATC, liaison to the NCAA Football Rules Committee is giving other athletic trainers in the college/university setting a chance to help shape NCAA rules. He is looking for examples of specific situations that may need to be addressed by the committee. For more information read Kelly's letter at the CUATC page. More




Video from Advocates for Injured Athletes
Exemplifies Importance of Athletic Trainers

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When Tommy Mallon, a player at Santa Fe Christian High School, was injured in a lacrosse match, athletic trainer Riki Kirchhoff, ATC, stepped in and helped along with spectator Dr. Eric Wardrip. The actions of Kirchhoff and Wardrip turned out to be perfect as Mallon had a life-threatening neck injury. This video from the non-profit group Advocates for Injured Athletes, tells the story of how the traumatic injury situation was handled. AIA provides education, resources, and support programs that will help injured athletes thrive. The group seeks to strengthen injury prevention in high school sports by promoting the use of Certified Athletic Trainers. More


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CDC to Set Guidelines on Student Concussions
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As awareness continues to grow about sports-related concussions among student athletes, two New Jersey lawmakers say it's time for schools to start following nationwide protocols governing such injuries. U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and Rep. Bill Pascrell announced that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agreed to study and develop national guidelines for managing sports-related concussions for student athletes. More


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Concussions, Injuries Force Players to Play Differently
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One of the staples of playing football is under attack. Specifically, why can't players at all levels properly tackle anymore? That's not to imply that taking down a ball carrier has become a lost art. However, for a lot of well documented reasons, that part of the game has changed. Just this month Sports Illustrated explored the demise of tackling techniques. A sampling high school coaches backed SI's points. More


Dietary Supplements Could Make Athletes Unwitting Drugs Cheats
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Minute levels of banned substances in some dietary supplements are leaving athletes susceptible to failed drugs tests according to Loughborough University Professor of Sport and Exercise Nutrition Ron Maughan. Professor Maughan, who chairs the Sports Nutrition Group of the International Olympic Committee Medical Commission, has warned of the dangers of commercially available supplements which could turn athletes into unwitting drugs cheats. More


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How Exercise Can Strengthen the Brain
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Can exercise make the brain more fit? That absorbing question inspired a new study at the University of South Carolina during which scientists assembled mice and assigned half to run for an hour a day on little treadmills, while the rest lounged in their cages without exercising. Earlier studies have shown that exercise sparks neurogenesis, or the creation of entirely new brain cells. But the South Carolina scientists were not looking for new cells. They were looking inside existing ones to see if exercise was whipping those cells into shape, similar to the way that exercise strengthens muscle. More




Knee Injury Won't Heal
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Athletes with repaired ACL's want to return to the same sport at the same competitive level as soon as possible. ACL surgery indeed allows athletes to return to the playing field, but those same athletes face a higher risk — up to 8 percent — of reinjuring the repaired ACL. Here's the new problem those athletes face: The second round of ACL repair doesn't bring results equal to the first surgery. The failure rate on the second ACL repair can be as high as 14 percent. More


Looking For a Fitness Buddy? Get a Dog
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When it comes to getting fit a person's best friend just might be a four-legged one. Experts say studies show dog owners walk more, walk faster, and are more likely to enjoy an active lifestyle because of their companion animal. "I'm fascinated by what a great motivator dogs can be," said Dr. Sandra McCune, co-editor of the book, "The Health Benefits of Dog Walking for People and Pets." More


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