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OSU Center for Health Sciences

1111 W. 17 Street
Tulsa Campus
Tulsa, OK 74107


May 31st & June 1st, 2024

CEUs: 10.5



Includes HOF reception,

Saturday breakfast and lunch. 

If you are a current Hall of Fame Member, please click here to secure your ticket.

For Sponsor & Vendor Registrations, please click here. 

If you are a Student, please click here to register.


  • Explore the evolving medical model for a collegiate athletic training setting.

  • Define ways to engage your stakeholders with policy and procedure development. Identify ways to establish quality assurance with your policy and procedures.

  • Learn ways to gain support to practice at the top your license.

  • Differentiate between an administered dose and a dispense dose of medication.

  • Summarize policies and procedures for maintaining secure storage and inventory control of OTC and prescription medications.

  • Describe best practices in the disposal of OTC and prescription medications.

  • Demonstrate proper documentation procedures for inventory, administration, and dispensing of OTC and prescription medications.

  • Explain the record keeping process in medication management and how long records must be maintained.

  • Apply appropriate medication administration techniques for common medications.

  • Identify ways to update your medication administration policy and procedures.

  • Understand the purpose and components of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 6 (SCAT 6) in the evaluation of sports-related concussions.

  • Identify the key differences between SCAT 5 and SCAT 6 and explain the rationale behind the updates.

  • Highlight the key differences between the SCAT 6 and SCOAT6 and explain the rationale behind the use of each tool.

  • Understand the utility and how to implement the Child SCAT6 and Child SCOAT6.

  • Implement suitable dual-tasks assessments for utilization in concussion assessment and management.

  • Identify suitable dual-task assessments for use in conjunction with other assessment tools, considering factors such as task complexity and relevance to sports performance.

  • Interpret the results of dual-task assessments in the context of concussion management, including return-to-play decisions and rehabilitation planning.

  • Discuss best practices for incorporating SCAT 6 and dual-task assessments into a comprehensive concussion management protocol, including follow-up monitoring and documentation.

  • Define quality improvement Identify strategies to implement QI into clinical practice

  • Understand what patient-reported outcomes are and how they are used in health care.

  • Recognize the importance of patient-reported outcome measures in athletic training.

  • Identify common region-specific patient-reported outcome measures used in athletic training.

  • Integrating region-specific patient-reported outcome measures into clinical practice.

  • Discuss the principles of a post-operative return to play program

  • Apply principles of speed, agility and quickness

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2024 OATA Annual Meeting Registration

Lunch on Saturday will be catered by McAlister's Deli.

There will only be a 30 minute break during the presentations so please keep that in mind.

Please choose your Saturday boxed lunch option

Cost of registration is $140 and includes your ticket to the Hall of Fame Banquet. Additional tickets to the HOF Reception are $25 each.

You can choose up to 2 extra tickets here. If you need more than 2 additional tickets, please email - - to request the purchase of extra tickets. 
Additional tickets can also be purchased at the door. 


Choose 1 Option

You will be directed to our payment processor on Paypal.

If you do not have a Paypal account, you can pay via debit or credit card. 

Your receipt/confirmation email will come from Paypal.

Thanks for registering! We'll see you there!

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