November 13 & 14, 2021

E-Council Voting Open

Voting for the Executive Council positions of President-Elect, Secretary and Treasurer is open.  All eligible NHATA voting members are sent an electronic ballot.

You may review candidates for each position here, prior to voting.

By-Law Voting Open

Voting on Bylaws changes is open through Wednesday November 10, 2021. All voting-eligible members received their electronic ballot via email on Thursday, October 14, 2021. Please use the following link to view the proposed changes for the New Hampshire Athletic...

Ashton named new boc director

Chris Ashton named BOC Director

E-Council nominations

Nominations for the executive board position of president-elect, secretary and treasurer are open now until September 15 at 11:59 pm eastern To nominate yourself or other NHATA members for the position of president-elect, secretary or treasurer, please use the...

Sandy snow 2021 nata impact advocacy winner

Sandy Snow - NATA Impact Advocacy Award WinnerNHATA Past-President Sandy Snow has been awarded the 2021 NATA Impacted Advocacy Award winner. The Impact Advocacy Award recognizes an athletic trainer’s early, passionate, and consistent involvement in governmental...

2021 NHATA Golf Tournament Registration Open

Registration for the 2021 NHATA Golf tournment is open! To learn more about the event, please visit our Golf Tournament page.

2021 Scholarship Deadline

Deadline for submission for the Daniel R. Sedory New Hampshire District 1 Scholarship and New Hampshire Athletic Trainers' Association Athletic Training Student Scholarships is fast approaching.  The complete application must be submitted online via the Student...

NH COVID-19 Vaccine

NH-COVID-Vaccine-OPLC-special-noticeDownload On December 29, 2020 the Office of Professional License and Certification (OPLC) distributed emails to licensed athletic trainers with a special notice on vaccine information for "Most-Risk" ambulatory care and health care...

New Hampshire Athletic Training Fact Sheet

The purposes for which the NHATA is organized and shall be operated are as follows:

  • To enhance the quality of health care for the physically active.
  • To advance the profession of athletic training through education and research in the prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation of injuries.
  • To safeguard and advance the interests of its members by presenting the profession’s viewpoints, concerns, and other important information to the media and to appropriate legislative, administrative, regulatory, and private sector bodies, and by developing a working relationship with appropriate governmental and private sector not-for-profit and for-profit entities.
  • To advance members’ levels of knowledge through the collection, interpretation, and dissemination of information on subjects appropriate to the profession.