Renew your NATA Membership!

Renewal of your NATA membership acts as a one-stop shop, with your dues paying for your NATA, district and state association membership. In addition, membership provides access to exclusive benefits in professional growth, support, advocacy and connection. These member benefits not only provide valuable advantages to you as an AT, they’re also an investment in the … Read more

District Director Election 2023

District 5 members.  This fall, we have the opportunity to elect a new District Director.  This person will represent District 5 on the NATA Board of Directors.  Please take the time to read about each of these candidates and vote for the person you believe will best serve the District.  In order for you to … Read more

Call for Proposals-2024 MAATA Annual Meeting

The MAATA Education Committee is currently accepting presentation proposals for the 2024 MAATA Annual Meeting held in La Vista, NE on March 14-16, 2024. The deadline to submit proposals is September 22, 2023 at 11:59pm CDT. 2024 MAATA Annual Meeting- Call for Proposals The MAATA Education Committee is available to answer any questions you might … Read more

MAATA Honors & Awards 2023

MAATA Honors & Awards Committee is pleased to announce this year’s inductees into the MAATA Hall of Fame and the MAATA award winners. All awards will be presented at the MAATA Annual Meeting on March 17th. Hall of Fame Jon Darling (North Dakota) Brian Hughes (Missouri) Ron Walker (Oklahoma) Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award:Danielle Kleber … Read more

ATs Care Peer-to-Peer Support Program

The ATs Care program is designed to offer crisis management training opportunities for athletic trainers dealing with the aftermath of a critical incident. The mission of the ATs Care Committee is to aid ATs and AT students who have been through a critical incident by utilizing a peer-to peer-system to assist, monitor and encourage these … Read more

Why an NPI?

The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a unique 10-digit number that individually identifies all health care providers. Prior to 2004, the primary identifier for health care providers was either a state license number or a unique physician identification number (UPIN). Because different health care providers used various types of identifiers, Medicare required NPIs for all … Read more