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Cal Baptist takes 2nd place in Medi-Dyne Video Contest
Medi-Dyne Healthcare Products announced that The California Baptist University, Athletic Training Student Organization’s video submission won 2nd place in their “Building A Champion” Medi-Dyne National Video Championships”, a contest designed to both promote two new items launched by Medi-Dyne and to offset the budget cuts felt by schools’ athletic and athletic training budgets.
Congratulations to Cal Baptist’s Athletic Training Student Organization! They will receive a medi-dyne.com gift certificate as well as a cash donation for their AT program.
Support CA Senate Bill 63: Recommendation that All Schools Purchase AED’s
The CATA supports SB 63 which supports that all public high schools acquire and maintain at least one automated external defibrillator.
Show your individual support by downloading a letter to your Senator.
What are you worth?
The NATA is looking for secondary school stories in which the AT has found ways of demonstrating their value, thus improving their work situation. Contact Stacey Ritter or Eli Hallak to submit stories
Request from NATA Hall-of-Famer
Think about the value of being able to “visit and talk” with colleagues from across the nation. Sharing, creating, educating and serving are what we are all about. I am asking you to forward this email onto all scholastic (middle and high school) colleagues in your state so that each of them may send me the link to their athletic training web page.
Sports Health has dedicated a page on their website to providing resources to certified athletic trainers. The vision for this page is that it will contain information, photos, videos and handouts contributed by our colleagues across the nation and will allow us to improve our own athletic training programs. I will go through each web page and place their link multiple times into related titles and topics on the Sports Health dedicated web page. A wide range of topics from concussion, student assistants’ programs and shin splints to physician forms, evaluations and related topics. Additionally, Sports Health blogs, Facebook and Twitter accounts will be available to keep subscribers up-to-date on the latest news. This will be the largest “library” of useful and relative websites for the scholastic athletic trainer ever assembled!
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
Phil Hossler, ATC
NATA Hall of Fame