Since 1974, the NCATA has served to support athletic trainers, to promote and advance the profession of athletic training in North Carolina. The NCATA is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association (District 3) and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.     

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SPINAL INJURIES AND HEAT ILLNESS POSITION STATEMENT

The NCATA, NCOEMS & NCHSAA have jointly created a statement regarding spinal injuries and heat illness and how we each should work together and under the same protocol. This was shared with all NC EMS workers and administrators. I fully expect ALL ATs to also review this document and be familiar with it. It might be something you print and share with your local EMS providers during your EAP review / safety time out before your games.

 

READ HERE

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

 

NCATA SPRING MEETING

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH

MARCH 6-8, 2020

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

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NCATA SPRING MEETING

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IN MEMORIAL

John Irvin Barnes III  The NCATA family is saddened by the recent passing of long-time member John Irvin Barnes III of Clayton, NC.  READ MORE HERE

CALL FOR PHOTOS

The NCATA is in the process of collecting photos of athletic trainers in action from across the state of North Carolina.  These photos will be used on our website, social media platforms and for outreach campaigns.  If you have a photo, please email Kevin King.

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ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC TRAINERS AND FIRST RESPONDERS

Please consider helping us learn more about the healthcare of our high school athletes by taking this 15-20 minute survey.  This survey is part of a research study by Susan Edkins, LAT, ATC for her dissertation.  All information will remain confidential. Participation is strictly voluntary, and you may refuse to participate at any time.  Please CLICK HERE to take the survey.  

ATHLETIC TRAINING CHALLENGE:  REGISTER ALL AED 

We know AED can save lives but you have to know where they are located.  Download the PulsePoint AED app and report every AED you see.  Building an electronic registery of AED can also save lives!  More than 350,000 Americans each year have an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) where the heart stops beating, and only 12 percent survive, according to the American Heart Association. The chance of survival decreases by ten percent with every passing minute without CPR.

 

For more information and links to the app, GO HERE

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