ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM
The target audience for this event is athletic trainers. Other health care providers who may also benefit from the content and are welcome to attend.
KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Attendees will be able to:
Best practices for evolution of the profession of athletic training
Describe the current and future direction of the athletic training profession
Identify concussion vision management prevention and rehabilitation strategies
Perform evidence-based vision training as it relates to concussions
Identify current trends as it pertains to the use of the long spine board and EMS Transport
Perform evidence-based evaluation and therapeutic interventions for acute joint dislocations
Identify current prevention, recognition, and management of Exertional Heat Stroke
Identify appropriate strategies to creating an inclusive Athletic Training Environment
Describe common peer to peer mental health conditions and interventions
Identify and describe appropriate medical care for the Secondary School athlete
Describe what is Dry Needling and its role in injury management
Appearance and Performance Enhancing Substances
Concussion: Sports Vision and Injury Prevention / Rehabilitation
Spinal Motion Restriction / Long Spine Board a thing of the past?
Immediate & Emergency Care Professional Responsibility
Management of Acute Joint Dislocation
Management and Care of Exertional Heat Stroke
Creating an Inclusive Environment in Athletic Training
Appropriate Medical Care for Secondary School Athletes in NC
Peer to Peer Mental Health
CONTINUING EDUCATION POLICY
In order to receive Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit for participation in all NCATA sessions, attendees shall submit a survey/quiz for CEU opportunity by the published deadline. Within two weeks following the conclusion of the symposium you will receive an email with instructions of how to complete survey/quiz for CEU opportunity. Once you complete the survey/quiz you should receive a link to the CEU certificate/s. If you do not receive an email survey/quiz following the meeting please notify Michael J. Guerrero by email at email@example.com.
Please contact Michael J. Guerrero, M.Ed., LAT, ATC at 919-868-7422, 919-662-2379x22267; or by email at about disability accommodation needs at your earliest convenience, but no later than 3/1/2020.
Total 14.5 CEU's are available for this symposium (8 Category A CEU's / 6.5 EBP CEU) are possible depending on sessions attended. CPR course will be offered for an additional charge of $30. CEU's subject to change pending BOC Approval or schedule conflicts.
Prior to March 2, 2020
NATA Member $125.00
NATA Member $45.00
NATA Member $185.00
NATA Member $65.00
Additional guests $30.00
CPR Session $30.00
The following will be complementary:
NCATA Executive Board, Board Representative, Pioneer, and Hall of Fame Members, Approved Speaker or Symposium Committee Member
If you are not able to attend, please notify Michael J. Guerrero by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTIFICATION MUST BE SENT BY 3/1/2020. ANY NOTIFICATION FOLLOWING THIS DEADLINE WILL NOT RECEIVE A REFUND.