Continuing Education

Rule Change for Safety

To increase safety in football, the New England Small College Athletic Conference, an NCAA Division III conference, is implementing an experimental rule with kickoffs… more »

Group Effort

To put student-athlete well-being front and center, this author suggests developing a mental health work group in your athletic department or conference… more »

Rallying for Reporting

With sports betting now legal, the NATA believes it’s time for college football to institute a national injury report. Here’s a breakdown of their recommendations… more »

At Home and Abroad

Becoming certified in more than one country can open a lot of doors for athletic trainers. This athletic trainer describes the process — and perks — of obtaining certification in the U.S. and Canada… more »


Safety in Football

Over the past week, several states have held a Safety in Football campaign, organized by high school athletic trainers. Here’s a look at the program’s effects in Nebraska.

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Sleep Well

To emphasize the importance of rest and mental health, the Peach Belt Conference is distributing sleep masks to all student-athletes at its member schools… more »

New Here

As recently certified athletic trainers start their first jobs this fall, veteran athletic trainer Larry Cooper offers some tips on handling the transition… more »

Dr. AT

Pursuing a doctorate in athletic training can be personally and professionally challenging on many levels, but — as this athletic trainer found out — also well worth it… more »

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