2019 Annual Summer Clinical Symposium

July 12-14, 2019

Northern Arizona University 


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(You must use the email address on file with the AzATA when registering)


This year the high school student aid session is being conducted in partnership with HOSA.  All high school students are invited to attend. Registration fees of $35 (early, regular) include educational programming. HOSA members wishing to participate in the competition need to register through the HOSA events website at http://www.azhosa.org.

This year the high school student aid session is being conducted in partnership with HOSA.  All high school students are invited to attend. Registration fees of $35 (early, regular) include educational programming. HOSA members wishing to participate in the competition need to register through the HOSA events website at http://www.azhosa.org.

This year the Summer Clinical Symposium is expanding to a three day format!  

Programming is scheduled in "Theme Based" tracks in Mental Health and Best Practices. 

To register, you will need to first decide which track you would like to attend. 

To provide members with options for programming, we are offering two and three day track options, along with a one day Sunday option. 

The Mental Health Certificate Track will be limited to the first 30 registrants, so be sure to register early!

When registering, you will have the following options, with prices based on your AzATA Membership Category:

Mental Health Track (Friday/Saturday)

Mental Health Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)

Best Practices Track (Friday/Saturday)

Best Practices Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)

Sunday Programming Only 


Friday Programming runs from 2:30-8:15pm

Saturday Programming runs from 8:30-5:15pm

Sunday Programming runs from 9:00-12:45pm


Download the Full Schedule and Track Descriptions


Mental Health Certificate Track

(CLOSED)

Presented by

Scot Raab, PhD, AT, LAT, CCD

Glenn Edgerton, EdD, LAT, ATC


Upon completion, attendees will be able to:

  • Define mental health and mental health problems
  • Describe the impact of mental health on individuals, friends, families, and communities
  • Differentiate and identify depression, anxiety, psychosis, substance use disorders, and eating disorders
  • List the first aid steps (ALGEE) for mental health crises
  • Identify steps to stomp out stigma associated with mental health disorders

**Attendees for this 8-hour course will receive a certificate in Mental Health First Aid. This course helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. Must attend both 4-hour sessions.


Choose Friday & Saturday (12CEUs) 

OR

Friday/Saturday/Sunday (15.5CEUs)




Download the Full Schedule and Track Descriptions


Best Practices Certificate Track


Presented by


Aaron Walker, MBA, MA, LAT Jay Sutliffe, PhD, RD
Carlos Loaiza, Equipment Manager, Certified Wendy Otten BSN, RN, CEN
Merideth Gradowski BSN, RN, CPEN Bart Peterson, MSS, AT
Dale Hallberg, DDS Dr. Kristen Bishop-NMD
Casey McKay, DAT, LAT, ATC, ITAT Suzie Squires MS, AT, ATC


Topics:

Fueling Today's Athlete

The Secondary School Value Model – Creating Change in your Practice

Football Protective Equipment Overview

Stop the Bleed

**Attendees for this 1-hour course will receive a certificate in Bleeding Control Basics. The course was developed to address the needs of the immediate responder to control life-threatening bleeding until help arrives.

Best Practices of Appropriate Medical Care in Secondary Schools

The Anatomy of Dental Trauma

Physician Direction – They Really Don’t Need the Directions, We Do!


Upon completion attendees will be able to:

  • Implement practical principles related to: meeting the calorie and fluid needs of athletes
  • Investigate organizational strengths and weaknesses and apply Value documents to strengthen identified weaknesses.
  • Review current equipment models and technology
  • Identify symptoms of life-threatening bleeding
  • Evaluate when use of tourniquet is appropriate for hemorrhage control
  • Differentiate and identify depression, anxiety, psychosis, substance use disorders, and eating disorder
  • Describe how to develop an evidence based medical delivery system for any organization which sponsors athletics and sports for the secondary school age athlete
  • Develop a basic understanding of dental and oral anatomy to help understand and diagnose oral injury
  • Begin the process of collaboration with their directing physician, school, and clinical administration in developing appropriate documents
  • Collaborate with school administration and athletic department leadership in developing a plan and document to share with school personnel to effectively address student-athlete psychological concerns


Choose Friday & Saturday (11.5CEUs) 

OR

Friday/Saturday/Sunday (15CEUs)


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Download the Full Schedule and Track Descriptions




Sunday Programming (3.5 CEUs)


Transitioning to a non-traditional setting: What I’ve learned from my journey into the industrial setting 

Anthony Andreadis, MS, ATC, NASM-CES

Upon completion attendees will be able to:

  • Learn how to recognize ATs role in industrial setting
  • Demonstrates understanding of the legal constraints of practicing in a non-trad setting
  • Develop the tools for a business/growth mindset
  • Examine understanding of industrial population’s needs to inform best practices


Lecture: Using Positional Release for the Treatment of Upper Extremity Pain and Dysfunction (1.0 EBP CEUs Pending)

Lab: Using Positional Release for the Treatment of Upper Extremity Pain and Dysfunction (1.5 EBP CEUs Pending)

Barton E. Anderson, DHSc, AT, ATC

Upon completion attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the theoretical basis for hypertonic and hypotonic muscle adaptations
  • Discuss different pain generating theories as related to somatic dysfunction
  • Demonstrate common PRT techniques for the upper extremity, thoracic, and cervical spine



(please be sure to wear or bring appropriate attire for participation in lab session on Sunday)


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(You must use the email address on file with the AzATA when registering)



The AzATA is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 13 Category A and 2.5 Evidence Based Practice Category hours/CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.



Registration Categories and Rates


 
Registration Category
 Early Registration
  Ends May 15
 Regular Registration
 May 16 - June 30
 Late Registration
June 30 - Meeting

 AzATA Member / Associate Member
     

Best Practices Track (Friday & Saturday)

 $90.00  $110.00  $130.00
  Best Practices Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)  $120.00  $140.00  $170.00

Mental Health Track (Friday & Saturday)  $110.00  $130.00  $150.00
Mental Health Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday  $140.00  $160.00  $190.00


Sunday Programming Only


 $30.00

 

$35.00


$40.00

       
 Non-Member
     
Best Practices Track (Friday & Saturday) $150.00 $175.00 $210.00
Best Practices Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)  $195.00 $230.00 $275.00


Mental Health Track (Friday & Saturday  $170.00  $195.00  $230.00 
Mental Health Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)  $215.00 $250.00  $295.00 
 
Sunday Programming Only  $45.00  $55.00 $65.00

Undergraduate / Graduate Students    
Best Practices Track (Friday & Saturday)$45.00  $55.00$65.00 
 Best Practices Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)$60.00 $70.00 $85.00
 
Mental Health Track (Friday & Saturday)  $65.00$75.00  $85.00
Mental Health Track (Friday/Saturday/Sunday) $80.00  $90.00$105.00 
    
Sunday Programming Only$15.00 $15.00 $20.00
       
 Retired Member
 $25.00 $25.00
$60.00
   


    

  • Information on how to mail in your payment will be included in your registration confirmation email.
  • If you wish to pay by PO, please register online and provide the invoice to you to your school for payment.
  • Any questions regarding registration/payment should be directed to Natasha Anderson (treasurer@azata.net)
  • A 100% refund will be given with a written request to Natasha Anderson (treasurer@azata.net) before June 30, 2019. After this date, no refunds will be given.
  • Membership will be verified online using the latest NATA/AzATA records.  Individuals whose membership lapses prior to the start of the Summer Meeting will receive an invoice at the time of check-in in the amount of the difference between member and non-member registration for the category and day/days for which he/she registered.
  • A fee of $10.00 will be assessed for any returned check.
  • Recommended meeting attire is professional dress (Friday/Saturday) and dress suitable for lab activities (Sunday).
  • If you have a special need, please notify the Meeting and Events Chair at least 30 days prior to the meeting so that appropriate accommodations can be made. (events@azata.net)

Register Now!
(You must use the email address on file with the AzATA when registering)



AzATA Social

Saturday, July 13th

6-9pm

Collins Irish Pub & Grill


2 N Leroux St

Flagstaff, AZ 86001


Appetizers provided

Location & Hotel Information 

Northern Arizona University

Health Professions Building (#66)




HOTEL:

Embassy Suites

706 South Milton
Flagstaff, AZ, 86001

Rate: $169 (plus taxes/fees)

Use Group Code: AAT

  • Cooked to order breakfast, and 
  • Evening happy hour reception with hot appetizers
  • Microwave
  • Mini-fridge
  • Wet bar
  • Coffee maker.  

Book Online Now

Reserve by June 20th!!

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