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  1. NATA Foundation Supporting and Advancing the Athletic Training Profession through Research & Education

  2. Foundation Goals • To advance knowledge base of athletic training profession • To encourage research among athletic trainers & those that can contribute to the athletic training knowledge base • To provide forums for the exchange of ideas

  3. Foundation Goals • To facilitate presentation of programs & production of materials providing learning opportunities about athletic training topics • To provide scholarships for undergraduate and graduate athletic training students • To plan & implement an on-going total development program

  4. Leadership Directory Mark Hoffman: President, Chair Exec Committee Charlie Redmond: Vice President, Exec Committee Clint Thompson: Treasurer, Exec Committee Darin Padua: Research Committee Chair Beth Raitz-Rex: Scholarship Committee Chair R.T. Floyd: Member Development Chair MaryBeth Horodyski: Public Relations Chair Tara Lepp: Nominating Committee Chair Dave Perrin: At Large Jeff Ryan: At Large Marje Albohm: NATA Board of Directors Liaison District Chairs & State Representatives

  5. District ChairsFulfilling the Foundation’s Mission… District 1: Susan Geyer District 2: Steve Bair District 3: Bob Casmus District 4: Sally Nogle District 5: Michelle Boyd District 6: Cynthia Trowbridge District 7: Tamara McLeod District 8: Robert Kersey District 9: Mike Wilkinson District 10: Tara Lepp

  6. Staff Members Foundation Director: John Oliver Capital Campaign Manager: John Honaman Development Coordinator: Patsy Brown Foundation Associate: Velma Meza Foundation Associate: Ty Jones Accounting Associate: Reyna Zamora

  7. Committees Activities Programs

  8. ScholarshipsSupporting our future leaders

  9. ScholarshipsOver $1.9 Million granted to date… 1,058 scholarships awarded thru 2008 2008: 75 x $2,000=$150,000 Approximately 1 out of 3 applicants receive a scholarship!! Apply now!!

  10. Scholarship Application DeadlineOnline by Jan. 9 & Feb. 6(different sections each date) Must have 3.2 GPA Must be NATA member Must have sponsor ATC Must be at least a Junior in College Applications available online!! Don’t drop the ball!!

  11. 2008 Scholarship Recipients 45 – Entry Level scholarships 19 - Master’s scholarships 11 - Doctoral scholarships

  12. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 1

  13. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 2

  14. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 2

  15. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 3

  16. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 4

  17. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 5

  18. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 6

  19. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 7

  20. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 8

  21. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 9

  22. 2008 Scholarship Recipients from District 10

  23. Supporting & Funding NATA Continuing Education Committee Activities Annual Topics Education ’94-’96: Head Injury ’96-’97: Sudden Death ’97-’98: Pharmacology ’98-’99: Psychology of Rehab ’99-’00: Lumbar Spine ’00-’01: Hand/Wrist ’01-’02: Infectious Disease ’02-’03: Athletes with Physical & Cognitive Impairment ’03-’04: Emergency Preparedness ’04-’05: Evidence-Based Athletic Training ’05-’06: Cervical Spine Injuries ’06-’07: The ATC/Clinical Instructor

  24. Foundation-sponsored PASS/Home Study Programs for CEU’s Myofascial Release (4.5) Psychology of Sport Injuries (4) Managing Low Back Problems (5) Sudden Death in Sports (5) Disordered Eating Among Athletes (8) Progressive Rehab - Lower Extremity Injuries (12) Assessing/Rehabilitating Shoulder Instability (5) Pharmacology: Performance Enhan. & Soc. Drugs (3) Hand & Wrist in Sports (10) (Online) Care & Treatment of Asthma (12.5) (Online) Current Trends in Use of E-stim (8.5) (Online) CSCS Online Review Series (40) (Online) Current Research in Supplements for Athletes (6) (Online)  Current Trends in Performance Nutrition (13.5) (Online) Hydration for Athletes (12.5) (Online) PNF Techniques for Upper Extremity Rehabilitation (9) (Online) Spine Injury Management in Sport (6.5) (Online) Therapeutic Medications in Athletic Training, 2nd Ed. (13) (Online)

  25. Lecture ExchangesPromoting Education and the Transfer of Knowledge through Exchanges with these Prestigious Organizations:

  26. Sponsoring Summits on Vital Health Care Topics(Summaries available through Foundation website) • Sudden Death • Healthcare of Youth Sports Participants • Consensus Conference • Infusing Evidence-Based Medicine into Athletic Training and Clinical Practice

  27. ResearchGrant Program Accomplishments • Over $2.25 million dollars of funded research • Over 150 funded research projects directly applicable to the healthcare of the physically active • REF funded research has appeared in numerous scientific journals

  28. General Grants Program • Application Deadline February 15 & August 15 • Goals: • Advance the knowledge base of the athletic training profession through research addressing key research priorities • Encourage research among athletic trainers • Online pre-proposal and grant submission process

  29. Recommend to REF BOD for Funding Pre-Proposal(Evaluated within 6 weeks) Recommend Not to Fund with Approval for Resubmission Accepted Pre-Proposals: Investigators Invited to Submit Full Proposal within 2 Years Recommend to REF BOD for Funding After Revisions Recommend Not to Fund without Approval for Resubmission Grant Proposal Submitted February 15 or August 15 Proposal Reviewed by Research Committee & Content Specific External Reviewers Investigators Notified of REF BOD Action (January for August submission and June for February submission) Research Committee Consider all Proposals at Face-to-Face Meeting General Grants Program Process Pre-Proposal Submission (Rolling submissions) Research Committee Makes one of the following Recommendations for Each Proposal REF Board of Directors takes Action on Recommendations

  30. Current Requests for Proposals The order in which the following research priorities are listed bears no significance to their relative potential to meet the previously stated goals: • The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of care provided by Athletic Trainers. 2. Studies documenting the outcomes of techniques used by Athletic Trainers focusing on patient-oriented and quality-of-life outcomes measures. 3. Prospective, longitudinal studies of the epidemiology of conditions typically managed by Athletic Trainers which will help establish a firm scientific foundation for care provided by Athletic Trainers.   4. Studies examining the outcomes of various procedures and approaches used in the education of Athletic Trainers. 5. Studies that elucidate mechanisms that have a direct applicability to Athletic Training that could serve as a foundation for clinical practice.

  31. Title of Study Take Home Message Description of study, with results and conclusion Dissemination of Funded Research Grant Information Summaries (72 available)

  32. Dissemination of Funded Research • Scientific Journals • Journal of Athletic Training • Gait and Posture • Journal of Electromyography & Kinesiology • Clinical Biomechanics • Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise • Journal of Women's Health and Gender Based Medicine • Journal of Hand Therapy • Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery • Journal of Physical Therapy • European Journal of Applied Physiology • Journal of Applied Sport Psychology • International Journal of Neuroscience • Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy • Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy • Journal of Sport Rehabilitation • International Journal of Sports Medicine

  33. Funding of Graduate Student Research • Osternig Master’s Grant • Multiple awards up to $1,000 • April 15th & October 15thApp. Deadline • Doctoral Grant • $2,500 Maximum • March 1st App. Deadline • More Information at www.natafoundation.org

  34. NATA Foundation Distinguished Scholars Awards • Medal for Distinguished Athletic Training Research • New Investigator Award • Doctoral Dissertation Award

  35. Medal for Distinguished Athletic Training Research • Presented in honor of Joseph S. Torg, M.D. • Sponsored by Riddell, Inc. • Award Winners • Douglas J. Casa (2008) • No Award Given (2007) • Kevin M. Guskiewicz (2006) • Christopher D. Ingersoll (2005) • Craig R. Denegar (2003) • Scott M. Lephart (2002) • David O. Draper (2001) • John W. Powell (2000) • David H. Perrin (1999) • Louis R. Osternig (1998) • Kenneth L. Knight (1997)

  36. New Investigator Award • Presented in honor of Freddie H. Fu, M.D. • Award Winners • Tricia J. Hubbard (2008) • Riann Palmieri (2007) • Darin A. Padua (2006) • Joseph B. Myers (2005) • J. Ty Hopkins (2004) • Sandra J. Schultz (2003) • Jay N. Hertel (2002) • Douglas J. Casa (2001) • Mitchell L. Cordova (2000) • Kevin M. Guskiewicz (1999) • Scott M. Lephart (1998)

  37. Doctoral Dissertation Award • Presented in honor of David H. Perrin, PhD, ATC • Annually recognizes highest quality research that emanates from a doctoral dissertation • Award Winners • Christopher Mendias (2008) • J. Troy Blackburn (2007) • Timothy A. Butterfield (2006) • Riann M. Palmieri (2005) • More Information at www.natafoundation.org

  38. Free Communication Program • Submissions have increased by 73% over the past 5 years • Quality of presented research has increased • Journal of Athletic Training Supplement reaching over 30,000 NATA members

  39. NATA Foundation is Involved with the “Bone & Joint Decade” 2000-2010 Global campaign to help understand & treat musculoskeletal disorders through prevention, education and research Working in concert with UN, WHO, and other healthcare organizations

  40. Capital Campaign • The quiet phase of the Capital Campaign for Endowed Efforts has begun! • Each dollar donated to endowments pays back three fold. • Endowments will truly GROW THE FOUNDATION The Campaign for Research & Education A PHILANTHROPIC INITIATIVE 2008 – 2010

  41. NATA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization:How can you help to support Athletic Training, and ensure that all the Foundation’s activities continue?..... Participate in Foundation’s Fun Events Donate to the Foundation!! Fund/sponsor publishing, scholarship, events, etc. Donate speaker stipends or awards Explore “planned giving” options, including stocks, shares, wills, and more Fun Run NATA Night 2008 with the St. Louis Cardinals!

  42. Keep in touch with the Foundation’s many activities… natafoundation.org Foundation eBlast Newsletter Foundation News

  43. Thank you for your support!! Be sure to take advantage of all the NATA Foundation’s activities!!