Latest Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Stories

2014-01-30 23:28:22

The New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association (NYSATA) held its annual awards ceremony during the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association (EATA) Conference earlier this month. Three professional awards, three undergraduate student scholarships, and one school-centered honor are awarded annually based on achievement, service, and dedication related to the profession of athletic training (AT) and sports safety. Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) January 30, 2014 On Saturday, January 11, 2014,...

2013-02-21 23:00:09

The New York State Athletic Trainers´ Association (NYSATA) had the opportunity to present its annual awards at last month´s regional Eastern Athletic Trainers´ Association (EATA) Conference in Buffalo, NY. Plaques were presented to each of the student scholarship and professional award winners. Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) February 21, 2013 On Saturday, January 5, 2013, NYSATA held an awards ceremony during its state business meeting. Three undergraduate student scholarships and...

2012-12-18 05:01:29

The Western New York Head Injury Seminar, co-sponsored by the Eastern Athletic Trainers´ Association (EATA), New York State Athletic Trainers´ Association (NYSATA), and Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Western New York (BC-BS WNY), is open to the public at no cost. Six leading concussion experts will present content on head injuries in sport, including the latest on sport-related concussions, and is intended for parents, coaches, educators, and medical professionals associated with...

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