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The California Athletic Trainers’ Association (CATA) strives to improve the quality of health care for athletes, patients and clients and enhance the profession of Athletic Training, through leadership, education, and cooperative efforts with other organizations and allied health professions.
AB161 Passes Senate B&P Committee
Athletic Trainers’ Title Protection Bill passed Senate Business and Professions Committee with 7-0 vote.
Read the full bill language here.
Strategic Alliance comes to a decision on AT degree
“After 2.5 years of diligent analysis, leaders of the key athletic training organizations have decided to change the AT degree level to a Master’s” Read the full story…
Success at the Capitol
The California Athletic Trainers Association held the 7th annual “Hit the Hill” event on Monday, February 23rd. almost 170 participants went to the State Capitol and met with or left information for every legislator to lobby for Assembly Bill 161.
The bill was introduced by Assembly Member Ed Chau (D – Los Angeles), and when passed, will provide athletic trainers title protection in the California.
Click here for the full bill language.
UCSF Sports Medicine’s Sports Injuries in the Youth Athlete (7 CEUs)
Members: What Is the Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Requirement?
The EBP continuing education category was developed to help ATs infuse evidence into clinical decision making for their patients. To be eligible for credit, programs must be approved by the BOC in the EBP category. You can find BOC Approved EBP Programs on the BOC website. Approved programs are updated monthly.
CE Courses in Sports Medicine designed by ATCs for ATCs. Over 350 BOC Approved Units.
Your CEUs are due this year. Get them done in a convenient, cost-effective and easy-to-use format with online courses from Sport Medics with 20% off for CATA Members
Advocates for Injured Athletes: “Athletes Saving Athletes”
Advocates for Injured Athletes, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping student athletes, recently launched “Athletes Saving Athletes,” a program which empowers student athletes by teaching them life-saving skills.
Certified athletic trainers deliver the curriculum and teach student athlete leaders to recognize and care for injuries such as concussion, head and neck injuries, sudden cardiac arrest, diabetic emergencies, asthma and heat illness.
Learn more about Athletes Saving Athletes and how you and your school can get involved.