Arizona Athletic Trainers' Association
FREE EBP CEU EVENT
The AzATA Professional Education Committee is committed to providing our membership with opportunities for up-to-date and cost-effective continuing education. Please enjoy this FREE 1.75 EBP CEU program titled “2021 Field-to-ER”. This program is virtual, and will be available on-demand through the end of 2021.
Go to the "Events" Page or click this link here to register for 1.75 Free EBP CEUs
The mission of the Arizona Athletic Trainer's Association is to promote and enhance athletic training, as an allied health profession in its efforts and ability to service the overall health care needs of the athletic population in cooperation with other organizations and health care professions.
To enhance collaboration, to build member engagement.
The Arizona Athletic Trainers’ Association (AzATA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)6 professional membership association for certified and licensed athletic trainers, and others, who support the athletic training profession in the State of Arizona.
The AzATA currently serves over 800 members in Arizona. Certified athletic trainers are recognized as allied health professionals who provide care for active individuals, and who work in a variety of settings including secondary schools, collegiate athletics, rehabilitation clinics, physician’s offices and professional sports.
COVID 19 Updates
With the recent updates of the COVID-19 virus there has been a lot of information that continues to be posted daily. The AzATA recommends following local, state, and federal guidelines pertaining to the virus. The state of Arizona and CDC pages for the Corona Virus can be found in the links listed. The AzATA also recommends that athletic trainers follow the NATA and BOC guidelines for handling the virus and how it can affect athletic trainers. Information is being updated as needed. Please make sure to read the NATA and the BOC statements regarding the virus.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Executive Board has endorsed guidelines for returning to competition in the fall. These can be found HERE, under Secondary School Committee Resources subpage, and on aiaonline.org.
The National Federation of High Schools Sports Medicine Advisory Committee has released guidance for opening up high school athletics and activities with regard to COVID-19. This document can be found HERE, under Secondary School Committee Resources subpage, and nfhs.org.
Future AzATA Symposium Dates
Hall of Fame Members