Specialty training in Athletic Training is on the rise! CAATE accredited residency programs develop specialization and sub-specialization through formal clinical development, structured didactic curricula, and scholarship in the specialty area. The AATE Research Network recently worked with graduates of residency and fellowship programs from as early as 2007 to characterize their experiences since graduation. Click here to see a snapshot of the data collected.
Our mission is to provide a community that serves as a responsive and progressive voice to advance the athletic training profession through education.
Sadly, we have watched the spike in violence and continued harassment of the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (APPI) community. We are also watching anti-transgender legislation increase. This violence and legislation directly affect our learners, patients, institutional members, friends, and family. Please look for more to come from the AATE to assist institutional members through educational initiatives to celebrate diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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