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ATSU-ASHS athletic training students trains volunteer coaches

October 22, 2019
Posted In: Arizona Campus, ASHS, Athletic Training

A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences’ (ATSU-ASHS) athletic training program is a collaborator in the Mesa Parks and Recreation Positive Play Project by assisting with training volunteer sports coaches on a number of health and safety topics. Graduate students in the athletic training program deliver the educational programming before each sports season. The training covers topics such as concussion, heat illness, injury prevention, and basic injury management. In addition to the coach trainings, the athletic training program has developed a number of sports safety educational handouts and last year developed a series of educational videos for athletes and parents (English and Spanish) as part of a project supported by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee.

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