2020 Agenda

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Emergency Medications for Athletic Trainers

Time: 1:00 PM-2:00 PM

CEUs: 1.0

Learning Domain

Domain 3 – Critical Incident Management

Learning Objectives

Create a legal medical order for emergency medications.
Consider which patients are most appropriately treated by the Athletic Trainer

Program Description

This program will focus on the ability of Athletic Trainers to carry and administer emergency medications. Including how to access the medications, storage of the medications, patient identification, and potential side effects.

Speaker Bios


Ally Dering-Anderson, PharmD, RP, FAPhA
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Dr. Ally Dering Anderson is a faculty member at the University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy. She is a pharmacist, licensed in Nebraska and Iowa. Ally has been chosen as the UNMC Campus-wide Teacher of the Year once and the College of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year twice. She was instrumental in assisting the NSATA with the creation of language for the Athletic Training Practice Act and Rules and Regulations for Emergency Medications.


TARGET AUDIENCE

The target audience for this conference is certified athletic trainers, allied health care professionals and athletic training students.

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY

The NSATA Summer Education Conference program includes Essential and Advanced level sessions.

The Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers.

STATEMENT OF CREDIT

Statements of Credit will be provided electronically after to the conference to each attendee who completes the following:

  • Registered and paid fee
  • Sign-in at conference
  • Attend the conference
  • Complete and return participant assessment and program evaluation