Dates: Tuesday, June 16, 2020 & Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Registration Fee: Free for CATS members only (membership must be active)
Registration Limit: 1000 attendees
Videos from the CATS 2020 Webinar are available to view
Tuesday, June 16 (EASTERN TIME)
*schedule subject to change
11:00 AM Sleep Science and Its Effect on Athletic Performance and Well Being
Meeta Singh, MD, Henry Ford Hospital
12:00 PM Nutrition and Immune Health: Considerations for Athletes
Roberta Anding, RD
1:00 PM 15 min Break
1:15 PM Student-Athlete Mental Health Survey Results & the Impact of COVID-19
Katherine Rizzone, MD, University of Rochester
2:00 PM Maintaining Mental Health During the Time of Uncertainty & Unrest
Kensa Gunter, PsyD, CMPC, Clinical Sport Psychologist
3:00 PM 15 min Break
3:15 PM Developing a Wellness Assessment App for Your Athletes
Allison Pastor, MS, ATC, UC San Diego
Lauren Green, MS, CSCS, PES, UC San Diego
Vanessa Yang, MS, ATC, UC San Diego
4:15 PM End
Wednesday, June 17
11:00 AM Infection Prevention in Sports in Era of COVID-19
Deverick J. Anderson, MD, Duke University
12:00 PM Strategies Towards Optimizing Athlete Movement Function in Rehabilitation
Jared Porter, PhD, University of Tennessee
1:00 PM 15 min Break
1:15 PM NCAA Sport Science Update
Brian Hainline, MD, NCAA
2:45 PM 15 min Break
3:00 PM Policy & Procedure Considerations in a
Darryl Conway, MA, ATC, University of Michigan
3:45 PM Assessing Illnesses Post-COVID-19
Mario Ciocca, MD, UNC, Chapel Hill
Daniel Curtin, MD, Alfred University
Alysia L. Green, MD, Boston University
Yvette Rooks, MD, University of Maryland
Mark Sakr, DO, Georgia State University
4:45 PM End
This is an opportunity for CATS members to submit questions to speakers prior to the webinar. We have coordinated an excellent panel of speakers who can help us navagate through this pandemic as our student-athletes return to campus. Questions submitted pre-webinar can help give our speakers time to address your most pressing issues or concerns.
1. Identify common and topical sports medicine clinical topics.
2. Identify administrative and legal issues pertinent to the athletic trainer and primary care sports medicine physician involved with intercollegiate athletics
3. Consider newest evidence based approaches to common and controversial sports medicine topics.
4. Analyze problems frequently encountered and managed by the athletic trainer and primary care sports medicine physician.
Athletic Trainers: The College Athletic Trainers' Society (BOC Provider# P548) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 10 Category A CEUs. Athletic trainers should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.
Attendees may cancel their registration by June 15, 2020. CATS reserves the right to cancel or change any programs for due cause.
CATS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, military status, sexual orientation or age. CATS is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in all aspects of its continuing education activities. Participants who have special needs are encouraged to contact program organizers so that all reasonable efforts to accommodate these needs can be made.
All faculty members participating in continuing education programs sponsored by the College Athletic Trainers’ Society are expected to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict of interest related to the content of their presentations.
About our society
Founded for college and university athletic trainers and healthcare professionals who provide and manage healthcare for the intercollegiate student-athlete. Our members are dedicated to the delivery of quality healthcare and ensuring the health and safety of our student-athletes.