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POSITION STATEMENTS

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  • Exertional Heat Illnesses (Sept. 2015)

  • Management of Sport Concussion (Mar. 2014)

  • Preparticipation Physical Examinations and Disqualifying Conditions (Feb. 2014)

  • Conservative Management and Prevention of Ankle Sprains in Athletes (Aug. 2013)

  • Lightning Safety for Athletics and Recreation (Mar. 2013)

  • Evaluation of Dietary Supplements for Performance Nutrition (Feb. 2013)

  • Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids (Sept. 2012)

  • Preventing Sudden Death in Sports (2012)

  • Safe Weight Loss and Maintenance Practices in Sport and Exercise (2011)

  • Prevention of Pediatric Overuse Injuries (2011)

  • Skin Diseases (2011)

  • Acute Management of the Cervical Spine Injured Athlete (2009)

  • Environmental Cold Injuries (2008)

  • Preventing, Detecting, and Managing Disordered Eating in Athletes (2008)

  • Management of the Athlete with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (2007)

  • Management of Asthma in Athletes (Sept. 2005)

  • Head Down Contact and Spearing in Tackle Football (2004)

  • Management of Sport-Related Concussion (2004)

  • Emergency Planning in Athletics (2002)

  • Exertional Heat Illnesses (2002)

  • Fluid Replacement for Athletes (2000)

OFFICIAL STATEMENTS

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  • Support of New NCAA Autonomous 5 (aka Power 5) Conferences’ Independent Medical Care Rules (Feb. 2016)

  • College Supervision of Student Aides (Jan. 2016)

  • Meaningful Use Statement (Aug. 2014)

  • Proper Supervision of Secondary School Student Aides (Jun. 2014)

  • Prehospital Care of the Athlete with Cervical Spine Injury (May 2014)

  • Friday Night Tykes (Jan. 2014)

  • Calling Crown of the Helmet Violations (Aug. 2013)

  • “Time Outs” Before Athletic Events Recommended for Health Care Providers (Aug. 2012)

  • Providing Quality Health Care and Safeguards to Athletes of All Ages and Levels of Participation (Dec. 2011)

  • Commotio Cordis (2007)

  • Communicable and Infectious Diseases in Secondary School Sports (2007)

  • Steroids and Performance Enhancing Substances (2005)

  • Community-Acquired MRSA Infections (2005)

  • Youth Football and Heat Related Illness (2005)

  • Use of Qualified Athletic Trainers in Secondary Schools (2004)

  • Full-Time On-Site Athletic Trainer Coverage for Secondary School Athletic Programs (2004)

  • Automated External Defibrillators (2003)

CONSENSUS STATEMENTS

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  • Inter-Association Recommendations for Developing a Plan to Recognize and Refer Student Athletes with Psychological Concerns at the Secondary School Level: A Consensus Statement (Mar. 2015)

  • Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete (2015)

  • Inter-Association Recommendations in Developing a Plan for Recognition and Referral of Student Athletes with Psychological Concerns at the Collegiate Level (Oct. 2013)

  • Inter-Association Consensus Statement on Best Practices for Sports Medicine Management for Secondary Schools and Colleges (Jan. 2014)

  • Inter-Association Task Force for Preventing Sudden Death in Secondary School Athletics (Jul. 2013)

  • Inter-Association Task Force for Preventing Sudden Death in Collegiate Conditioning Sessions: Best Practices Recommendations (Aug. 2012)

  • Managing Prescriptions and Non- Prescription Medication in the Athletic Training Facility (2009)

  • Preseason Heat Acclimatization Guideline for Secondary School Athletics (2009)

  • Inter-Association Recommendations on Emergency Preparedness and Management of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in High School and College Athletic Programs (Mar. 2007)

  • Sickle Cell Trait and the Athlete (2007)

  • Appropriate Medical Care for Secondary School-Age Athletes (2003)

  • Inter-Association Task Force on Exertional Heat Illnesses (Jun. 2003)

SUPPORT STATEMENTS

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