Tips for the Trade Show

Along with the educational sessions, panel discussions, NATA Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and keynote address, you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss the trade show floor in the exhibit hall. It’s a hub... more »

Head’s Up

This year’s NATA Convention has plenty of presentations to keep you updated on the latest concussion research. With relevant seminars each day, you’ll be able to learn about managing concussion, measuring head impacts, the long-term... more »

At Your Own Risk

Every athletic trainer’s worse nightmare is a tragedy occurring on their watch, but it’s not always easy to pinpoint potential risks. The NATA Secondary School Athletic Trainers’ Committee hopes to address this with the panel... more »

Richardson To Interview for Athletic Director Position

Russ Richardson, who was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame last year, is one of three finalists for the position of Director of Athletics at the University of Montana Western.

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Funding Athletic Trainers

Winners of the Athletic Trainer Initiative, which provides grants of $50,000 to 15 high schools to fund athletic trainer positions, were announced yesterday.

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Former Strength Coach Switches Gears

After serving as a collegiate strength coach for 17 years, Natasha Weddle found a different passion. She now helps low and moderate income women get in shape and lose weight.

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Visiting St. Louis

This year’s NATA Clinical Symposia and AT Expo will be held in St. Louis, Mo. With activity options ranging rom laser tag to historic tours, St. Louis has something for everyone. This is your chance to ride to the top of the world-famous Gateway Arch and see the city from above. Or if you’re interested in the nightlife and local live music scene, Washington Avenue and Laclede’s Landing aren’t to be missed. And don’t forget to take a walk through historic Forest Park, site of the 1904 World’s Fair.

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Lifting Your Salary

Getting a pay raise takes more than just thinking you deserve one. Here’s how to prepare for, approach, and enter into a salary negotiation.

By David Hill

David Hill is a formerAssistant Editor at Training & Conditioning.

After five years on the job, athletic trainer Kevin Kotsko believed he had a lot to show for himself. Covering eight Olympic sports at West Virginia University, he estimated that he averaged more than 70 hours a week. On top of that, he’d worked on a large number of cases involving surgery or other complicating factors.

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