Educational Resources The mission of the NATA Foundation Educational Resources Committee (ERC) is to provide educational resources to athletic trainers, which will enhance and/or optimize evidence-based clinical practice. The ERC will develop and/or collaborate on the development of resources that incorporate applied knowledge for Athletic Trainers. Please refer to the below links for educational support provided by the ERC on various topics: New Video Series: Tips & Tricks for submitting a Free Communications Abstract The Free Communications Committee, with support from the ERC, presents a new video series to assist individuals with submitting an abstract. Join Free Communications Committee members as they share tips and tricks for submitting a Mixed Methods, Survey or Qualitative Abstract. The videos will cover topics such as abstract guidelines, submission elements, and common reasons for rejection. Presentations are available on the Free Communications Page. September Timely Topics Series: The AT and Research & Education In collaboration with NATA, the NATA Foundation ERC has organized the September’s NATA Timely Topics Series event, “The AT and Research & Education”. The series starts at 11 a.m. CDT on Sept. 15-16 and 11 a.m. CDT Sept. 22-23 Register for the live event or watch on demand (after live session) on the NATA Timely Topics Series webpage Learn more about each session here. Vestibular-Ocular Motor Screening (VOMS) VOMS Information Submitted by the ERC VOMS Infographic Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) BPPV Information Submitted by the ERC BPPV Infographic Webinars Examining the NATA Position Statements The NATA Foundation ERC and NATA Knowledge Initiatives Department created webinars to provide more resources and specific information to assist practicing clinicians, educators and future professionals with incorporating the position statements into practice. In 2019, the webinars focused on ACL injury, management of SLAP lesions and management of patellofemoral pain. View these webinars on the NATA PDC website today and be on the lookout for future webinars in 2021-2022!