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Below you will see a list of Call for Proposals for various sessions at the 2016 MAATA Meeting to be held March 17-19, 206 in Springfield, MO. Be sure to read instructions for each application carefully, as deadlines and requirements may vary. General Session Presentations-expired September 15th, 2015 Free Communications-expired October 12th, 2015 Student Research-Deadline November […]MORE INFO
Mark your calendars now!!! March 17-19, 2016 in Springfield, MO at the University Plaza Hotel. More information on this to come within the next few months . . . We are already for working on your 2016 Annual Meeting.MORE INFO
Application for a travel & registration grant for the District 5 Annual Meeting & Symposium Qualifications: Must be 32 years old or younger on December 31st of 2015 Must NOT have additional source of reimbursement for MAATA Annual Meeting Requirements of winner: Attend the symposium in its entirety Be present at all symposium YPC events […]MORE INFO
Award Overview and Information This award is a unique and prestigious award for the District 5 Young Professionals. The Young Professionals’ Committee (YPC) wishes to recognize a young professional athletic trainer who has made a definitive impact on the athletic training profession and association at the various levels of organization (national, district, state). This is […]MORE INFO
The MAATA Research and Education Committee would like to announce that applications for research grants are now being accepted until January 15th, 2016. These development grants are designed to assist athletic trainers, both certified and students, in conducting quality research in the area of Athletic Training. At this time, the amount to be awarded is […]MORE INFO
MAATA Professional and Post-Professional Scholarships Scholarships are now available for Professional (“Entry-level”) athletic training students, as well as for Post-Professional (post-certification) graduate study. Please review the Scholarship Application Instructions, and then complete the on-line application form. Scholarship applications will be accepted from November 2nd, 2015 until January 28th, 2016. All materials, including recommendation letters, must […]MORE INFO
The Young Professionals Committee has extended their deadline for application for a MAATA Annual Meeting Travel Grant, worth up to $300.00. Interested applicants can visit the YPC page of the MAATA website for more information and application form. The new deadline is December 31st. The Young Professional Distinction Award deadline has also been extended. If […]MORE INFO
Dear Fellow Secondary School Athletic Trainer, I hope all of you are having a successful and safe first part of your school year and you are getting ready for the holiday season and hopefully enjoying time with family and friends. I am writing you all in hopes you are all aware of the great things […]MORE INFO
The College of the Bahamas (COB) recently hired their very first athletic trainer (AT). This is a big step for the institution and positions the COB as a trail blazer for sports medicine in the Bahamas. Sasha Ferguson, a 2012 graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO), will take the reigns as the AT. […]MORE INFO
Dear District 5 Members, “If You’re Not at the Table, You’re Probably on the Menu” One of the great things about being involved on the NATA Board of Directors is attending committee meetings in various areas of the profession. This summer, a committee leader made the statement “If you’re not at the table, you’re probably […]MORE INFO
CITY, STATE PRACTICING IN: Iowa City, Iowa PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: University of Iowa JOB TITLE: Assistant Athletic Trainer FAVORITE ASPECT OF JOB: Watching a student-athlete return to play following an injury. MOST UNIQUE CASE YOU’VE SEEN THUS FAR IN YOUR CAREER: I would say the most unique cases that I have dealt with so far […]MORE INFO