Welcome to the OATA website! It is intended to provide the public with a current perspective on events and issues regarding the Athletic Training profession within the state of Oklahoma.
The OATA has created a Resource Center for all high school coaches, administrators and parents of student athletes participating in high school athletics. Materials will include strategies for the management of concussions and heat illness.
It is the OATA's intent that this will assist in preventing unnecessary injuries and limit the severity of those that do occur. Please contact any committee member of the OATA if you have any further questions.
The Annual Sooner Sports Medicine Symposium will take place Friday, January 10, 2014 LINK
Attention: New NCAA Rule on Targeting with Crown of Helmet
here for ink to Video
Leadership Opportunities Available! The OATA Treasurer and Secretary positions are up for election this year. Certified members in good standing with the NATA, BOC and Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure are eligible for these positions. This is the perfect opportunity to make an impact in the profession, develop leadership and put for your best for your state association.
If you are interested, please submit a letter of interest, resume/curriculum vita to President-Elect CJ Fedor at email@example.com. We will be taking nominations at the annual business meeting as well.
of Tulsa Students make the news
Attention Football ATC's: Please visit the ATC & EMS toolkit link (left column) for current research and materials you may use to assist in the coordination of emergency care of spinal trauma with Emergency Medical Services.
Certified Athletic Trainers! Check out
SideLine, a new Facebook designed to assist student athletes in the
mental recovery from
Nominate a deserving Oklahoma Athletic Trainer for the OATA Athletic Trainer of the Year Award! Due April 1st.
Application forms & evaluation forms for OATA All State High School Athletic
Training Aide Awards can be found HERE.
OATA Scholarships for high school and undergraduate students can be found HERE.
Check out the OATA article (page 94) in the recent issue of VYPE© magazine HERE
Do you have an National Provider Identifier (NPI) number?
The original concept & content for oata.net was developed by Curtis McAuliff, ATC and is now maintained by Matthew O'Brien, PhD, ATC.
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