The Hall of Fame is the highest honor offered by Oregon Athletic Trainers’ Society (OATS) in recognition to Athletic Trainers who have made significant contribution at the state level. Individuals inducted into the Hall of Fame must exemplify the mission of OATS by enhancing the quality of health care provided by athletic trainers, and advancing the athletic training profession with such qualities as leadership, service, dedication, scholarly activities and professionalism. The nominee has been recognized as having made significant, lasting contributions that enhance the quality of health care provided by athletic trainers and advance the profession. This award is given to Athletic Trainers who have shown meritorious service to OATS, made contributions to the improvement of the athletic training profession in the state of Oregon, and provided superior service to the Oregon Athletic Training Society.
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This award is a unique to OATS Young Professionals. This is a meritorious award designed to recognize those with no more than 15 years in the profession that encompasses the depth and breadth of the nominee’s character, clinical skills/knowledge/abilities, and selfless service:
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The Athletic Training Ally Award is meant to recognize an individual or organization that promotes and supports the athletic training profession by providing services that lead to the betterment of health care for the physically active population or the advocacy and advancement of the AT Profession. This could include, but not limited to:
The nominee may be any individual or organization that supports the profession of athletic training in the State of Oregon. Examples might include licensed medical providers, legislators, safety advocates, athletic trainers or other supporters of athletic training in the State of Oregon.
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