May 23, 2013

2013 MoATA Annual Meeting at Saint Louis University - May 31st and June 1st

Missouri Athletic Trainers' Association

Annual Meeting 2013

The MoATA Annual Symposium and Meeting will be held May 31st and June 1st, 2013 on the campus of Saint Louis University.  

We hope to see you there!

Registration: Members $20; Non-members $50; Student Members $10; Student Non-members $15

Housing at Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel (Downtown) for $89.

Student Schedule (view or print a copy)

Friday, May 31 (print a copy) (need a map)
Saint Louis University, Practical Anatomy & Surgical Education Center
3839 Lindell Blvd, St Louis, 63108

Hip Pathology in Sport
Sponsored by Saint Louis University Hospital and SLUCare with support from Stryker Medical
2:00 am—5:00 pm
Cadaver Dissection Demonstration (3-D presentation)
Examination and Surgical Approach to Hip Pathology
Rehabilitation of the Hip in the Active Patient

Political Action Committee Fundraiser / Social (Download the Flyer)
Join fellow ATs for fun and festivities while supporting the PAC!
6:00 pm — ?
Tailgate Party—Downtown St. Louis
St. Louis Cardinals vs San Francisco Giants
(tickets for tailgate and ballgame available for purchase)
Tailgate $20/members   $15/Students  
Baseball $30
Baseball + Tailgate $45 / 40

Saturday, June 1   (need a Map)
Saint Louis University, Allied Health Professions Building, Medical Center Campus

7:00 am
Breakfast available for purchase— student fundraiser
Round table discussions— An opportunity for discussions regarding the mission and direction of MoATA and to be more involved in MoATA activities


8:00 am         
Welcome / Opening Remarks

8:10-9:00 am
Emergency Action Plans: Preparing for Natural Disasters OR
Examination Techniques for Medical Conditions (Lab)

9:00-9:50 am
Emergency Care Competencies in the New Role Delineation Study OR
Addressing Muscle Imbalance to Prevent Injury (Lab)

9:50 - 10:10 am

10:15-11:20 am
Current Legal Issues Facing the Athletic Trainer:  Protecting the athlete and the athletic trainer
Issues for Secondary Schools—Developing and Implementing Protocols in Youth Sports

11:30 am -12:45 pm  

12:45-2:15 pm

2:30– 3:20 pm  
Critical Incident Stress Management: The Ohio Model
The Southwest Ohio CISM Team provides debriefing following critical incidents for any Public Safety Service Worker and/or Critical Care Provider requesting assistance

3:30-4:45 pm
Emergency Care Skills Lab OR
Case Reports : Three unique cases presented by MoATA members

4:45 pm      
Closing remarks 

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