Continuing Education

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 »

Developing Expertise

Becoming an expert in an area of athletic training does not happen overnight. However, a number of considerations can put you on the right path… more »

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