Consensus Statements – The product of inter-association task forces spearheaded by NATA.
Official Statements – NATA Official Statements on timely topics.
Position Statements – Scientifically based, peer reviewed research with a team of authors who are experts on the subject. The NATA Pronouncements Committee has oversight over position statements.
Support Statements – NATA and outside organizations support each other’s stance on a particular topic.
AT Education Journal – NATA and outside organizations support each other’s stance on a particular topic
NATA Cast – The NATA-Cast is the official podcast of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, providing in-depth conversations about health care topics that interest you – the athletic trainer.
NATA News – Read the NATA News, the only magazine solely dedicated to the athletic training profession
NATA Now – Visit the official blog of the NATA News to read the latest news from your association and the sports medicine field. We update the blog at least three times per week, so check back often for new content.
Journal of Athletic Training – Published monthly, the Journal of Athletic Training (JAT) is a peer-reviewed journal showcasing the latest research studies pertaining to the athletic training profession. It keeps you abreast of scientific advancements that ultimately define professional standards of care.
Quick Questions in Sports Medicine – The Quick Questions in Sports Medicine Series, co-published by NATA and Slack Incorporated, provides concise and to the point responses with clinical application, backed by the latest research. Each book answers 39 frequently-asked clinical questions.
Range of Motion – Range of Motion arrives in your inbox each Monday to provide you with the latest news from NATA and the sports medicine world as a whole.
Sports Medicine Legal Digest – Published quarterly, the Sports Medicine Legal Digest was created to keep athletic trainers informed on current legal issues that could affect their daily practice. Each issue features case summaries and columns related to professional responsibility and ethics. You must be a member of NATA to read this digital newsletter.