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Links of Interest

NCAA Health & Safety

The NCAA Health & Safety website includes information on many topics related to wellness of the student-athlete. Below are several topics relevant to Sports Medicine. Please visit the full site for information on other topics of interest.

Dartmouth College Sports Medicine Concussion Policy

Dartmouth College Sexual Respect

Dartmouth College is committed to maintaining a safe, secure, and healthy environment for all community members. Please visit the Sexual Respect website for more information on support services, prevention and education programs, and policies and procedures that provide the framework for promoting sexual respect and preventing and addressing sexual misconduct.

Dartmouth Cares

Dartmouth Cares is a mental health awareness, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention initiative by the Counseling & Human Development department committed to:

  • Promoting a caring and inclusive community in which the stigma associated with mental health problems is reduced.
  • Training members of the Dartmouth community as gatekeepers to recognize students at potential risk and refer to appropriate services.
  • Providing educational programs and disseminating informational materials related to wellness, health promotion, and suicide prevention.

National Athletic Trainers' Association

The National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) is the professional membership organization for certified athletic trainers. This site can provide information about the profession of athletic training, education required to become certified, and government affairs/legislature.

Recently, leaders in the field of athletic training have decided to require the athletic training degree to be a Master's level degree at minimum. Read more about the Athletic Training Strategic Alliance decision and what it means for the profession of athletic training here.

 

Last Updated: 7/28/16