MISSOURI ATHLETIC TRAINERS' ASSOCIATION
Established in 1984
The 2nd Annual Missouri Educators and Student Conference will be held at the University of Central Missouri on Saturday, February 1, 2014. Programming begins at 9:30 am with the Student Quiz Bowl Competition scheduled for 3:30 pm. Additional information including registration is available through http://www.moval.edu/departments/atep/MoATA.php
Questions can be directed to Karla Bruntzel , PhD, ATC, LAT ; email@example.com
The Governmental Affairs Committee has chosen the following dates for our Capitol Visit Days in Jefferson City: January 28th, February 19th, March 4th, and April 9th, 2014. Please forward the dates that you are most interested in attending to Josh Thompson, GA Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. We were very successful in our educational efforts last year and we foresee many issues with student/youth safety during this session.
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri is presenting Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers at 5 locations across the state January 14-February 4. MoATA is a program partner for this event. Please encourage coaches, school nurses, and athletic administrators to attend this free program. 1.5 CEs will be available for ATs. Registration through BIA-MO is open. The program is free but registration is required. You may register through www.biamo.org.
35th Annual MAATA (District 5) Annual Meeting & Symposium
Preliminary Announcement and Call for Proposals
For more information, see our Upcoming Events Page
Looking for CEUs? Check out these new opportunities on our upcoming events page:
Functional Treatment & Movement Strategies for Post Op Shoulder Rehab. This is a 1 day course that will feature a presentation by Dr. Brian Mahaffey, team physician for the St Louis Cardinals. Go to https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/?eventid=1322189 to register.
at Saint Louis University on May 31st and June 1st, 2013
Join us in 2014 at the University of Missouri, Columbia
Congratulations to Amy Schork, MoATA Athletic Trainer of the Year and
Karen Fennell 2013 Recipient of the Glenn L. McElroy, MD Distinguished Service Award
See more pics from the meeting on our Annual Meeting page!
Sport our organization colors!
Are you licensed to practice in Missouri?
Athletic Trainers are licensed healthcare professionals through the Missouri Department of Professional Registration's Board of Healing Arts. Licensure is NOT optional and athletic trainers practicing without licensing or with a expired license are subject to new disciplinary procedures. Any Certified Athletic Trainer who is hired to work in Missouri, including Graduate Assistants, must apply for and receive their license before beginning their duties.
Contact the Board of Healing Arts with questions about licensure at 573-751-0098
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The Missouri Athletic Trainers' Association (MOATA), is a member of The National Athletic Trainers' Association, District V.
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