Now available: Survey results of 152 licensed athletic trainers employed at New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) member schools.
“By enacting these measures today, we are making sure that student-athletes have the resources and protections to enjoy school sports programs safely,” said Governor Murphy.
Even though athletics are currently halted, New Jersey athletic trainers (ATs) remain on the front lines of healthcare. No longer on the sidelines of an athletic event, ATs state-wide are now helping fight the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has caused an increased need for healthcare professionals and first responders - a need that athletic trainers are more than qualified to fill.
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Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly skilled health care professionals who work with your organization to advise on and execute plans to address issues such as emergency and preventative care, environmental conditions, facility and equipment safety, and other sports- and job-related matters. ATs can help your school, business or community organization better oversee injury prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation.