Meeting Agenda

Session Info_2021 Virtual Annual Meeting

 

2021 Virtual Annual Meeting

Live and On-Demand Session Information

 

April 27, 2021 –

7:00-8:00pm

Applying Standing Orders to Clinical Scope of Practice Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC 1.0 Category A CEU
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to identify the requirements associated with standing orders
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to determine the components of an acceptable standing order relationship with a physician
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to create mechanisms to maintain effective and optimal standing orders

 

April 27, 2021 –

8:00-9:00pm

Legal Issues in Athletic Training: Case Study Application Jeff Konin, PhD, ATC 1.0 Category A CEU
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to understand how the legal standard of care is established and applied in a variety of settings
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to minimize the risk of legal liability associated with return to play decisions
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to establish and implement a strategy to obtain an athlete’s informed consent to injury rehabilitation and treatment

 

April 27, 2021 –

9:00-10:00pm

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

College Faculty Awareness of Post-Concussion Academic Return Guidelines Rich Bomgardner, EdD, ATC

Ron Walker, EdD, ATC

1.0 EBP CEU
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to recognize possible gaps in college faculty knowledge of post-concussion academic return guidelines.
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to recommend improvements in communication channels involving academic return and accommodations for the return to learn student
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to facilitate discussion with University administration on the importance of concussion education for teaching faculty
April 28, 2021 –

7:00-8:00pm

Athlete Recovery: Foundational Knowledge for the Athletic Trainer Thomas Kaminski, PhD, ATC, FNATA 1.0 EBP CEU
Learning Objective 1 Participants will gain knowledge and understanding of the concept of athletic recovery and physiological restoration.
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to distinguish and comprehend what physiological processes and systems are most important in athletic recovery.
Learning Objective 3 Participants will develop appropriate interventional recovery strategies that are tied closely with the physiological system involved; including considerations for therapeutic interventions (cryotherapy, massage, compression), sleep, nutrition, and psychological health.
Learning Objective 4 Utilizing the best available evidence, athletic trainers will be able to analyze and critique the many commercially available products designed and purported to assist with athletic recovery, and will then evaluate and make informed decisions as to their appropriateness in athletic recovery.
Learning Objective 5 Participants will be introduced to the various athletic recovery strategies in place across a spectrum of athletic training environments worldwide including professional sports, intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics, as well as youth and recreational venues.
April 28, 2021 –

8:00-9:00pm

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

Being the CALM in the Storm: Developing Resilience as Atheltic Trainers Erin Haugen, PhD, LP, CMPC 1.0 Category A CEU
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to list three ways acute and chronic stress impact health and well-being of healthcare professionals
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to describe the three characteristics of burnout
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to illustrate four cognitive-behavioral strategies (CALM) to foster well-being in personal and professional settings.

 

 

April 28, 2021 –

9:00-10:00pm

Q/A Session with the NATA President-Elect Kathy Dieringer, EdD, ATC NO CEUS
Learning Objective 1 NA
Learning Objective 2 NA
Learning Objective 3 NA

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

Early Sport Specialization: More is Not Necessarily Better Sam Wilkins, MS, ATC 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to describe the “10,000 hour rule” and deliberate practice and how it led to the practice of early sport specialization.
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to describe the Jayanthi Scale and how it issued to classify the level of specialization of athletes based on their sport participation levels.

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

The Effect of the Closed Loop Control System on Blood Glucose Control with Exercise Melanie Mason, DAT, LAT, ATC, CES, PES 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to understand the conventional management of Type I Diabetes with athletes (open loop system)
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to understand the closed loop control system in the management of Type I diabetes
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to analyze current research on exercise and the closed loop control system in the management of diabetes.

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

The Athletic Trainer’s Duty to Report Kevin Stalsberg, MS, LAT, ATC

Lark Welch, PhD, LAT, ATC, CSCS

1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to explain the ethical considerations in decision making
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to demonstrate the importance of professional values
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to review the athletic training profession’s duty to report
Learning Objective 4 Participants will be able to differentiate between the “duty to report” and “mandated reporting”

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

Reducing Barriers to Mental Health Help-Seeking in Adolescent Athletes: Applying Knowledge to Practice Jennifer Tirillo, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to define mental health literacy
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to outline the source of stress unique to the adolescent student-athlete
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to identify stigmas associated with help seeking.

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

A New Twist on the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Brandon Hetzler, MS, ATC 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to assess the Functional Movement Screen based upon the developmental milestones to better determine the corrective starting point.
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to apply a more precise filtering process of the scores obtained from the FMS without making any changes to the application of the FMS.
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to generate a more efficient corrective exercise plan of care based upon the neurodevelopmental sequence.

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

Managing the Load: Optimal Strategies for In-Season Patellar Tendinopathy Care Adam Rosen, PhD, ATC 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to explain the current understanding of pathophysiology of patellar tendinopathy
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to discuss incorporating pain monitoring models for the management of patellar tendinopathy.
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to implement the best exercise interventions aimed at improving patellar tendinopathy outcomes.

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

The Athletic Trainer’s Role in Preventing Youth Vape Initiation and Assisting with Youth Cessation Jordan Roberts
Emily Carpenter, MAT, ATC
1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to understand the prevalence of e-cigarette use in youth
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to list the negative health effects of e-cigarette and tobacco produce use in youth
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to explain the 2 A’s and R of the brief tobacco intervention and utilize it to educate youth athletics about e-cigarettes.

 

On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee Sponsored Presentation TBD 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to ???
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to ???
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to ???
On-Demand –

4/27/24-6/30/21

Patient Care Considerations for LGBTQIA+ Individuals Emma Nye, DAT, LAT, ATC 1.0 Category A
Learning Objective 1 Participants will be able to identify strategies to equitably care for LGBTQIA+ patient/client populations
Learning Objective 2 Participants will be able to discuss how healthcare practices contribute toward LGBTQIA+ health and healthcare disparities
Learning Objective 3 Participants will be able to analyze current athletic training practices, gaps in literature, and current advocacy initiatives for LGBTQIA+ patient/client populations.