This quick link will take you to the 2019 EATA convention registration web site when it launches in September. The convention will be held in Valley Forge, PA from Jan. 11th-14th.
This section includes future convention dates, past compendiums, exhibitor information, exhibitor lists, sponsorship information and CE certificate replacement policies.
This section includes the bylaws, committee and board listings, as well as meeting minutes. The EATA mission, history and officer nomination form is also in this section.More ››
In this section is information regarding abstract submissions, grants and the Research to Reality program. There is also research educational material for athletic traienrs.More ››
This section lists all the student scholarship awards that are offered, lists of present and past winners as well as the application that needs to be completed by the student.More ››
This section contains information on EATA awards. This includes a description of each award, past winners and how to nominate worthy candidates.More ››
This section includes information on the delegation leadership, how to apply to be a delegation member as well as general information for students and student aides.More ››
Supports of EATA
This quick link takes you to a list of supports and sponsors of the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association. There is also information on sponsorship opportunities.More ››
Links of Special Interest
This section contains links to athletic training programs within the EATA region as well as links to state associations and other national healthcare organizations.More ››
This quick link takes you to the current convention exhibitor list. The list is updated as exhibitors register. There is also a link to past convention exhibitor lists.More ››
Replacement CEU Certificates
This quick link is takes you to a page that has instructions on how to replace lost CE certificates. Convention participants can print their own replacement certificate.More ››
What to know more about the rich history of EATA? This quick link takes you to a timeline that lists highlights of past EATA conventions. Where they were held and other information.More ››
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What our Attendees Say!
The quality of education at the EATA Conference is excellent. I am also always impressed with the level of student commitment and involvement at the conference. I truly enjoy attending this annual conference to gain further knowledge and network.Amy Brzoska, MS, LAT, ATC | Clinical Professor in Sports Medicine/Athletic Trainer-King's College
What our Attendees Say!
The EATA provides high quality educational opportunities with a vast array of topics. The symposiums workshops, general lectures, student program, and the newly implemented educators conference has something for everyone.Scot F. Spak ATC, MEd, CSCS | Athletic Trainer-Massachusetts Institute of Technology
What our Exhibitors Say!
I have had the good fortune of exhibiting at the EATA for over 25 years and I can say hands down it is my favorite and most productive conference of the year. It is a yearly homecoming that brings together a unique family. We get to see, reconnect, break bread and catch up with so many friends and customers.Wally Collins | President-Collins Sports Medicine
What our Volunteers Say!
I have been a volunteer since 1998. My work with EATA expanded my professional network beyond my friends and conference colleagues. I have been involved with 20 Annual Meetings, each has been a challenge as well as an accomplishment.Bob O'Malley | Head Athletic Trainer- SUNY Cortland
What our Volunteers Say!
There is no higher honor than to be respected by one’s peers and associates for helping to make our profession better and stronger…the EATA has an established history of giving back to Districts One and Two…my schedule always includes giving back to the EATA!Jeff Stone | Athletic Trainer- Suffolk University
The Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association
The Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association was first formed in January 1949 when a few athletic trainers in the northeast decided to gather and share information. Today, the EATA encompasses all members of the National Athletic Trainers' Association who reside in either District 1 or District 2. The EATA holds an annual meeting and provides scholarships and research opportunities for students and certified athletic trainers who are members
Mission and Vision Statements
The mission of the EATA is to promote and advance the Athletic Training profession through education, scholarship, research funding, and awards.
Enhancing athletic training practice and transforming outcomes by providing high quality, collaborative, interactive programming.
The lastest EATA Business and Board meeting minutes have been posted. Click here for more information
Committee positions open. Click here for more information
The EATA Grant application is now available for 2019 Click here for more information
Nominations are now open for the position of President-Elect. The person has to be from D1. Click here to nominate someone.