Clinical Symposium & Members' Meeting (VCSMM)

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What really makes the SEATA Clinical Symposium & Members' Meeting special, is the connections with our members over the weekend.  Since this is not possible in-person this year, we are changing the format of CSMM for 2021 to make the content available in both live and on-demand access for our attendees.

On Saturday, March 6, 2021, we will have a kickoff day with our traditional member features of the SEATA Members' Business Meeting and our Honors & Awards presentations.  Our VCSMM educational content consist of live and recorded sessions; our educational sessions will be available for on-demand viewing until April 30, 2021.  We will also plan to schedule some live workshops throughout the year separate from our CSMM event.

Our agenda for VCSMM is scheduled to provide attendees a maximum of 11 hours of Category A hours and a maximum of 5.5 hours of Evidence-Based Practice Continuing Education. Specific session availability and presentation details will be available on the registration website soon.

We are excited to present our meeting in a new format to better meet the needs of our membership and look forward to returning to an in-person meeting in March 2022!

Sessions Planned

Category A CEUs (11)

  • Therapeutic Approaches to Nutrition - Optimizing Injury Recovery - Abbie Smith-Ryan (1)

  • Psychological First Aid in the Collegiate Setting - Janet Lin Craft (1)

  • Emergency Primary Care in Athletic Training - Abdominal Trauma - Jim Berry (1.5)

  • The Data Driven Practice: Understanding and Communicating Data for Today's Athletic Trainer - Lessons from Industrial Practice - Jennifer Brown & Ian Stites (1)

  • The Missing Link: Integrating Emotional Intelligence Skills into Clinical Practice and Leadership - Kevin Silva (1)

  • Moving Forward with Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction - Literally - Kyle Southall (1)

  • Preserving the Young Active Hip - Dr. Michael Ryan (1)

  • Pathophysiology, Symptomatology, and Evidence-Based Management of Acute Respiratory Emergencies - Ray Castle (1.5)

  • Clarifying Misconceptions about Sport-Related Concussion: What does the literature actually show? - Ryan Moran (1)

  • Free Communications Abstract Presentations (1)

EBP CEUs (5.5)

  • Openly Teaching Closed Reductions of The Shoulder, Finger and Patella - Cynthia Wright (1)

  • The Athletic Trainers Response to the Opioid Crisis: A Comprehensive 360 Degree Approach - Edward Strapp (1)

  • The Use of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures During Routine Patient Care: Tips and Strategies - Kenneth Lam* (1)

  • Maximizing Telemedicine for Musculoskeletal Assessments and Therapeutic Rehabilitation - Zachary Winkelmann (1)

  • The Growing Momentum of Applying the Spectrum of Social Determinants of Health to Concussion Assessment and Care - Jessica Wallace (1.5)*

* EBP Session is pending approval by Board of Certification



The Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association (SEATA) is District IX of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.  It is a not-for-profit organization dealing with the concerns of its members and the profession of athletic training as a whole.  This association was first started back in 1950.  Initially comprised of the members of the Southeastern Conference schools, this district is represented by Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.


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