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WELCOME TO THE 2012 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING MAY 18-20, 2012 HYATT REGENCY HOTEL GREENVILLE, SC. 2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting. MAATA SCHOLARSHIPS. 2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting. EDWARD BLOCK UNDERGRAUATE SCHOLARSHIP. 2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting.

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WELCOME TO THE 2012 MAATA ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM AND BUSINESS MEETING

MAY 18-20, 2012

HYATT REGENCY HOTEL

GREENVILLE, SC

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EDWARD BLOCK UNDERGRAUATE SCHOLARSHIP

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Aleesa Lennon: Western Carolina University

Nominated by Jill Manners

Lindsay Smith: Catawba College

Nominated by James Hand

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A.C. WHITEY GWYNNE MASTERS SCHOLARSHIP

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

Margaret Glass: Old Dominion University

Nominated by Lacey Nordsiden

Molly Smith: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Nominated by Scott Oliaro

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

PRESENTATION OF HONORS & AWARDS

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2012 NATA WINNERS FROM DISTRICT III!

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2012 NATA WINNERS FROM DISTRICT III!

NATA Service Award:

Lori Bristow from Maryland

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2012 NATA WINNERS FROM DISTRICT III!

NATA MDAT:

Marty Bradley, MS,ATC, VATL from ODU

Kelli Sabiston, MA, LAT, ATC from North Carolina

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2012 NATA WINNERS FROM DISTRICT III!

NATA Hall of Fame:

John Lopez,

John Spiker

Bill Tessendorf

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Tom Kuster, MS, ATC, PES, CES

Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine

James Madison University

Harrisonburg, Virginia

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Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer

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John Bielawski, MHM, LAT, ATC

Regional Director/Sports Medicine

Arnold Palmer SportsHealth

Center @ UMH

Baltimore, Maryland

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MAATA Hall of Fame

Awards to be presented at the Hall of Fame Reception

(Director’s Reception on Saturday Evening)

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

Jon Almquist, ATC, VATL

Administrator, Fairfax County Public Schools Athletic Training Program

Fairfax, Virginia

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

Richard Bancells, MS, ATC

Head Athletic Trainer Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore, Maryland

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HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

Robert Lester, MA, ATC

Physician Extender

Triad Neurosurgical

Winston Salem, North Carolina

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Secretary’s Report:

Pat Aronson

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Treasurer’s Report:

Robert Cable

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MAATA Welcomes

Marje Albohm

NATA President

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Membership Statistics:

Total Certified Athletic Trainers

2008 26,054

2009 26,419

2010 26,283

2011 27,131

2012 28,420

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  • Finances:
  • Our market investments continue to trend in a positive direction.
  • It is projected that for the most recent fiscal period we ended the year with a balance/surplus.
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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

Vision Quest

Who, What, When and Where Athletic Training wants to be in 5, 10, 15 years

Being Proactive, Not Reactive!

Grounded in reality with achievable goals

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

Vision for the Athletic Training Profession

Athletic trainers are integral members of the healthcare, wellness and sport communities, fully utilizing their knowledge, skills and abilities in the delivery of athletic training services that benefit the health and wellness status of our nation.

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

Development of Four (4) Strategic Goals

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1. Scope of practice and appropriate terminology

2. Degree requirements and quality ofathletic training education programs

3. Practice position, employment andreimbursement

4. Research agenda for the future

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Summary of Board of Directors Meeting

May 10 & 11, 2012

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Executive Committee on Education (ECE)

Proposals and Recommendations

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  • Investigate the reformulation of the ECE and its committees to a broader structure to:
    • Identify and promote model practice in education
    • Serve as a forum for special interest groups related to academic faculty, clinical education, post professional education and continuing education and
    • facilitate scholarship and education.
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The NATA with support from the Strategic Alliance should conduct a detailed analysis specifically focused on professional education in athletic training that will be completed by June 2014.

A key outcome of this analysis will be a determination of the most appropriate professional degree to position athletic trainers to provide positive patient outcomes and ensure the longevity of the profession of athletic training.

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The NATA, in collaboration with the Strategic Alliance, should examine issues surrounding transition to clinical practice for newly certified athletic trainers, both prior to and after certification.

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

The NATA should transition the responsibilities for accreditation of post-professional graduate degree programs and residency programs to the

Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).

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2012 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

The NATA Board of Directors is undertaking a comprehensive

analysis of the title ATHLETIC TRAINER to determine if this term

is the best description of who we are, and what we do?

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  • Does this term allow our profession to maximize the strategic outcomes of Vision Quest?
  • Whatever the outcome we as professionals must continue to use proper terminology in our day to day communications with ourselves and our outside stakeholders if this is to be successful.
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  • The Procedure:
  • There has been no predetermined outcome of this investigation!!!
  • This process is being lead by incoming NATA President Jim Thornton and Russ Richardson D10 Director.
  • It will involve an outside consultant to assist us.
  • It will seek out a reasoned and thoughtful solution to this challenge base on the best evidence and as much as possible without the emotion that has tainted other investigations.
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Objectives

Thorough, comprehensive analysis

Open, objective dialogue

Transparent decision making process

Decision anticipated by June 2013

If stay – provide members with a strong, solid rationale why AT is the best name

If change – provide members with a strong solid rationale why the new name

is the best name

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What’s New in the MAATA

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Recommended Changes to the MAATA Constitution & By-Laws as it relates to the Selection and Election of Districts Officers.

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Formation of a Committee to recommend changes to the

Constitution and By-Laws to address these issues.

Katie Walsh: ECU (NC), Chair

Dwayne Beam: Coastal Carolina (SC)

Deb Bradney; Lynchburg College (VA)

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MAATA Constitution: Article 9

Section 9.2 Individuals desiring to be a candidate for a MAATA elected office shall make a written application to the Election Committee Chair by July 1, preceding the year the office is vacant. A biographical sketch shall be included. 

Section 9.3 Elections shall be completed by November 1, preceding the year the office is vacant.

9.4.2 Candidates for District Director shall have a minimum of three years of service in the seven-year period immediately preceding the election. Sources of service shall include:

9.4.2.2 National committee of the NATA,or BOC or CAATE; or 

9.4.3 Candidates for District Secretary or District Treasurer shall have a minimum of two years of service in the seven-year period immediately preceding the election for the office sought. Sources of service shall include but not be limited to:

9.4.3.2 National committee of the NATA, or BOC or CAATE; or

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MAATA By-Laws

Delete 2.3, 2.4. and 2.5 as they are no longer relevant.

Section 2.6 Elected officers shall take over office at the next NATA Annual Meeting following their election.

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Questions or Discussions

On This Important Issue???

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Rotation for the Site of our

Annual Business Meeting & Clinical Symposium

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Rationale:

To allow for a rotating site of our annual meeting to allow all regions of the district the opportunity to host the MAATA Annual Meeting.

To better ensure financial stability with regards to our annual meeting by designating the Cavalier Hotel as the Preferred Hotel of the MAATA.

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For the years 2014-16 the meeting will be held at the Cavalier. In 2017 the meeting would be moved to a southern portion of the district (Charlotte, NC, Greenville, SC and beach locations in southern North Carolina and South Carolina). From 2018-2020 the meeting would return to the Cavalier. In 2021 the meeting would move to a western portion of the District (western VA, western NC and West Virginia). The district would negotiate directly with the Cavalier during those years that the meeting is held at the Cavalier. The site selection committee would, with the assistance of the NATA Meeting Planner (at no cost to the district), bring potential sites to the membership who would then vote/select the site during those years that the meeting is not held at the Cavalier.

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This proposal was presented to the district council for consideration and discussion. The 3-1-3-1 as outlined passed overwhelmingly.

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Questions or Discussion on this issue?

cuatc yearly update 2011 2012
CUATC Yearly Update2011-2012

Allen Shelley, MA, LAT, ATCMars Hill College[O] (828) 689-1176[Cell] (828) 777-0535Email: ashelley@mhc.edu

introduction
Introduction
  • College/University Athletic Trainers Committee (CUATC)District Based representation
  • Reports directly to the NATA Board of Directors
purpose
Purpose
  • The College/University Athletic Trainers’ Committee serves several purposes with a focus to support, educate and represent the College/University Athletic Trainer….
    • To help demonstrate the values and importance of the Athletic Trainer in the overall health and welfare of the student-athlete
    • To work with the appropriate third parties such as the NCAA and the NCAA Rules Committee to promote issues of student-athlete safety and well-being, and to improve work-life balance for our members within our setting
    • To grow the collective knowledge of Athletic Training
    • To ensure our members are kept informed by communicating regularly back to our members on our actions, and that on the NATA as a whole on their behalf

Visit http://www.nata.org/CUATC for the complete text.

members
Members
  • Charles Thompson, MS, ATC- Chair
  • Paul Culina, MEd, ATC-District 1 Rep
  • John Davis, MS, ATC-District 2 Rep
  • Allen Shelley, MA, ATC, LAT-District 3 Rep
  • Joe Whitson, MS.Ed., ATC-District 4 Rep
  • Mark Coberley, ATC, LAT, CSCS-District 5 Rep
  • Kenny Boyd, MS, ATC, LAT-District 6 Rep
  • Randy Cohen, ATC-District 7 Rep / Chair-Elect
  • April Reed, ATC- District 8 Rep
  • Robb Duncanson, MEd, ATC, CSCS-District 9 Rep
  • Melinda Larson, MS, ATC-District 10 Rep
  • Pete Carlon, ATC, LAT- AD Rep
  • David Klossner, PhD, ATC- NCAA Rep
  • Eric McDonnell, MEd, ATC, LAT- BOD Liaison
  • Russell Lowe – Staff Liaison
activities
Activities
  • Appropriate Medical Coverage in Intercollegiate Athletics (AMCIA)
    • College/University Athletic Trainer Value Model(In conjunction with the Council on Revenue)
  • 10/10 Project
  • BOC Minimal Standards project
  • Sudden Death Summit
  • Meetings with Division 2 AD’s, American Football Coaches Association (AFCA)
  • Specialty Session and Peer-to-Peer presentations yearly at NATA
  • Presentations at NCAA Student-Athlete Summits
  • CUATC Awards Program
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Activities
  • ACSM-NCAA Workgroup on S-A with Sickle Cell Trait
  • IATF Preventing Sudden Death in Sport
  • Aiding AT’s in adopting and interpreting NCAA legislation
  • Inter Association Task force on Preventing sudden Death in Strength and Conditioning Sessions
  • Collaborate closely with CATS on various projects
  • Representative on NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Group Meeting
  • Discuss and offer suggestions to CAATE in regards to standards
2012 cuatc awards
2012 CUATC Awards

NCAA Division 1 Head Athletic Trainer of the Year:

Tory Lindley, Northwestern University

NCAA Division 2 Head Athletic Trainer of the Year:

Michael Van Bruggen, Carson-Newman College

NCAA Division 3 Head Athletic Trainer of the Year:

Glenn Schwab, Southwestern University

NJCAA/Community College Head Athletic Trainer of the Year:

Lisa Camillone, Mercer County Community College

NAIA Head Athletic Trainer of the Year:

John Bartholomew, Graceland University

Assistant Athletic Trainer of the Year:

Douglas West, University of Iowa

New Horizon Award Athletic Trainer:

CherisseKutyreff, Northern Arizona University

Above and Beyond Award Athletic Trainer:

Josh Long-Tim Donovan, NC Wesleyan College

what s next
What’s next?
  • New Chair in 2012
    • Randy Cohen, University of Arizona
  • Completion of current projectsExamples: COR Value Model 10/10 Education Project
  • FTE for Football Project
  • NATA PresentationsThursday, June 28th – 7:00 – 9:00 am“Administrative Concerns of the College/University Athletic Trainer”
  • Suggestions?
how do you get heard involved
How do you get heard/involved?
  • Communication with District Rep to CUATC (and state rep, if appropriate)
    • Make sure your info is on District/National volunteer lists, know who your State/District Representatives are.
    • Communicate the issues you are having – we need to know the problems to help find solutions.
  • Bookmark our page – check back often
    • http://www.nata.org/CUATC
in conclusion
In Conclusion…
  • Thank you for all of your efforts
  • Remember, we are here to serve you, the College/University Athletic Trainer
  • We hope to see you in St. Louis!
contact information
Contact Information
  • Allen Shelley, MA, LAT, ATCDirector of Athletic TrainingMars Hill CollegePost Office Box 6668, 100 Athletic StreetMars Hill, NC 28754[O] (828) 689-1176[Cell] (828) 777-0535[Fax] (828) 689-1313Email: ashelley@mhc.edu
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2011 MAATA Annual Business Meeting

We Could Not Have Done it Without You….

Thank You 