Summer Symposium Schedule 2016

OATS SUMMER SYMPOSIUM
SATURDAY, JULY 9, 2016
UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND CHILES CENTER
HALL OF FAME ROOM

8:30am Check-in open
9:00am Welcome, Kyle Nelson
9:10am Preparedness for Sports-Related Emergencies, Sam Johnson
10:15am Break
10:30am Catastrophic Incident Planning, Greg Hill & Dana Bates
11:45am Lunch, provided by Brian with Henry Schein
1:00pm Early Exercise in Concussion Recover, Emily Kosderka & Ryan Rockwood
2:05pm Break
2:15pm Spine Board & Equipment Removal Review, Angela Bond
3:15pm State Update and Open Forum, Sam Johnson
4:00pm Program ends

Possible social in the evening depending on interest.

Welcome

Welcome to the

OREGON ATHLETIC TRAINERS’ SOCIETY

Website!

OATS MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Oregon Athletic Trainers’ Society is to enhance the quality of health care provided by certified athletic trainers and to advance the profession of Athletic Training in the state of Oregon. The mission shall be accomplished through strong working relationships, education, and fellowship among athletic trainers and who they influence.

OATS MEMBERS: OATS sends an Eblast to members about upcoming events, meetings, continuing education opportunities, and general information. If you are not currently receiving these emails or would like to be removed from the Eblast list please contact Sam Johnson at sam.johnson@oregonstate.edu.

 

Updating Website

The website is currently being updated!  Please be patient during this process.  Any information (including updates), photos or kudos needing to be shared with our members please send to scrawford@cu-portland.edu and it will be posted shortly.  Thoughts and ideas on how to improve the website to make it easier for you are welcome.

Thank you for your dedication to the profession and keep up the good work!

Election Results 2013

Greg Hill will continue in his role as President.  Thanks Greg for all you do!

Congratulations to Kyle Nelson who was elected as the new OATS vice-President!  We are looking forward to great things and fresh ideas from Kyle’s input and involvement.  Kyle will begin transitioning into that role in the very near future.

We also want to thank Duane Duey for his service in this role over the last two years.  Thanks Duane!

-Greg