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Below you will see a list of Call for Proposals for various sessions at the 2016 MAATA Meeting to be held March 17-19, 206 in Spirngfield, MO. Be sure to read instructions for each application carefully, as deadlines and requirements may vary. General Session Presentations-expired September 15th, 2015 Free Communications–Deadline October 12th, 2015 Student Research-Deadline […]MORE INFO
Mark your calendars now!!! March 17-19, 2016 in Springfield, MO at the University Plaza Hotel. More information on this to come within the next few months . . . We are already for working on your 2016 Annual Meeting.MORE INFO
The MAATA Research and Education Committee would like to announce that applications for research grants are now being accepted until January 15th, 2016. These development grants are designed to assist athletic trainers, both certified and students, in conducting quality research in the area of Athletic Training. At this time, the amount to be awarded is […]MORE INFO
Starting February 2, the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA / D5) will have a new updated more streamline process for secondary school athletic trainers to apply for the NATA Safe Sport School Award. The MAATA grant will cover $75 dollars (half of the $150 application fee). Schools will be notified of grant award via email […]MORE INFO
The following awards are presented at the MAATA Annual Meeting and Symposium during the Awards Banquet. Choose from the list of available awards for full information and instructions on each award. To nominate a colleague for an award, complete the online application. Once the nomination has been reviewed by the Honors and Awards Committee, the […]MORE INFO
CITY, STATE PRACTICING IN: Iowa City, Iowa PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: University of Iowa JOB TITLE: Assistant Athletic Trainer FAVORITE ASPECT OF JOB: Watching a student-athlete return to play following an injury. MOST UNIQUE CASE YOU’VE SEEN THUS FAR IN YOUR CAREER: I would say the most unique cases that I have dealt with so far […]MORE INFO
The 2016 MAATA Annual Meeting will be held March 17-19 at the University Plaza in Springfield, Missouri. 333 S John Q Hammons Pkwy, Springfield, MO 65806. Information will follow late fall/early winter on hotel registration procedures as a MAATA attendee. The Education Committee has worked hard these past few months in securing several speakers to […]MORE INFO
Phillip Vardiman, PhD, ATC from Manhattan, Kansas was selected as an Athletic Trainer for the 2015 USA Track and Field World Championship team. Dr. Vardiman, is the program director for the Athletic Training Program at Kansas State University and is joined in the picture with the other members of the Sports Medicine Staff. Tonganoxie High […]MORE INFO
The Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association (NSATA) held their summer conference in Columbus, NE in June. It was a great turn out as this was also a Hall of Fame Year for the state association. We are happy to welcome Rob Marshall, Michael “Mac” McCuistion, Russell “Rusty” McKune, and James “Jim” Johnston (posthumously) into the […]MORE INFO
The D5 YPC is taking applications to fill State Representative positions for North Dakota, Kansas and Iowa. If you are interested in applying, please contact Amanda Brown, D5 YPC Chair at Bamanda@iastate.edu for materials and information on application process. We are also taking nominations for our Distinction Award that will be awarded in March as […]MORE INFO