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Delaware ATs begin to get the Covid-19 Vaccine!
The state of Delaware sent all Licensed Athletic Trainers an email on 1/14 with the proper paperwork to access Level 1A vaccine distribution. Some private companies will also accept this paperwork at their vaccine distribution events including Christiana Hospital. Upcoming State testing events:
Del City DMV
1/22/2021, 1/23/2021, 1/24/2021
***1/22 10:25am: We have been warned by a member that they are not taking healthcare workers until 2:00 today at the Del City DMV. This has not been communicated to us formally and it not advertised. Please be aware and consider this in your planning, we will post updates as we get information
The DATA Online Store is open!
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Upcoming Grant Opportunity
The Mike Goldenberg Grant Program:
The NATA District 2 Grant Program has been established to assist NATA Certified members who have programs that are in need to purchase equipment, supplies, etc for their athletic training facility at either the secondary school or collegiate setting. The recipient will be awarded up to a $2500.00 grant that will be presented at the NATA Clinical Symposium and AT Expo during the District 2 Membership Meeting
Applications are due March 1st!
Delaware Featured in NATA News
Delaware ATs and the DATA were featured in the February edition of the NATA news. The segment highlights President Tory Lindley's visit to UD, which was sponsored through a grant received by the Athletic Training Students' Association, as well as the Korey Stringer Institute's Collaborative Solutions for Safety meeting. This meeting included suggestions and recommendations for athlete safety surrounding heat illness, strength and conditioning, and policy-making.
Delaware State Creates AT Program Partnership with UD
The University of Delaware Athletic Training Program has partnered with Delaware State University's Department of Public and Allied Health. Each year, one student from DSU's Kinesiology program will be granted entrance into the UD Athletic Training Program providing they meet all prerequisite standards. Details can be found in the article linked here. .
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To ensure the quality of healthcare for the physically active in the state of Delaware.
To advance the profession of Athletic Training through education and research.
To provide quality continuing education for the membership.
To safeguard and advance the interest of its membership.
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