Range of Motion Enewsletter

Frequency: Weekly
Avg. Ciculation: 37,000*
Avg. Unique Opens: 26.20%*

Range of Motion arrives in your inbox each Monday to provide you with the latest news from NATA and the sports medicine world as a whole.

 

Placement
Size
1 Month (4x send)
3 Months (13x send)

Leaderboard

728x90 px

$1,700

$5,100

Top Banner

468x60 px

$1,530

$4,600

Skyscraper

120x600 px

$1,530

$4,600

Lower Banner

468x60 px

$1,400

$4,200

Sponsored Content

280x195 px image, 5-7 word headline, 100-word description and link to the article of your choice

$1,200

$3,500

*Average for August 2020 through August 2021

Member Monthly Enewsletter

Frequency: Monthly – third Thursday of the month
Avg. Circulation: 39,000*
Avg. Unique Opens: 27.46*

Monthly enewsletter providing overview of NATA member benefits.

 

Placement
Size
1 Month

Leaderboard

728x90 px

$1,275

Top Banner

468x60 px

$1,147

Lower Banner

468x60 px

$1,050

Sponsored Content

280x195 px image, 5-7 word headline, 100-word description and link to the article of your choice

$900

*Average for Aug.1, 2020 to Aug.1, 2021

 

Professional Interests Enewsletters

Total Avg. Circulation: 7,000*
Total Avg. Unique opens: 28.90%*

Quarterly enewsletters sent to specific segments of the NATA membership that tackle topics unique to each audience (job setting, career phase, interests)

Placement
Size
1 Month

Leaderboard

728x90 px

$650

Top Banner

468x60 px

$550

Lower Banner

468x60 px

$500

Sponsored Content

280px by 195px image, 5-7 word headline, 100-word description and link to the article of your choice

$500

 

Interest
Despcription
Circulation
Open Rate

College/University

One of the largest areas employing athletic trainers is the college/university job setting. ATs are employed in all NCAA divisions in addition to intramural, club and junior college athletic programs. ATs working in this setting prevent, treat and rehabilitate the injuries of more than 460,000 student athletes at more than 1,000 educational institutions across the United States.

9,731

29.05%

Emerging Settings 

The NATA Council on Practice Advancement (COPA) is comprised of members from all settings, including clinical and emerging practices, with experience in billing, revenue generation, reimbursement, job creation and practice advancement. Its mission is to represent the professional practice settings of athletic training by increasing awareness, demonstrating value and assisting in efforts to expand and advance the profession.

4,357

24.20%

Pro Sports

Approximately 3 percent of NATA members work in the professional sports setting. NATA has strong relationships with the professional societies that serve these athletic trainers and works collaboratively with these groups to advance the profession.

1,382

32.23%

Secondary School

The NATA Secondary School Athletic Trainers’ Committee is dedicated to recognizing the unique concerns and responsibilities associated with the secondary school athletic training practice setting, and to developing resources that enhance the effectiveness and marketability of athletic trainers working in this setting.

5,714

29.44%

AT Students

The NATA Student Leadership Committee (SLC) provides a voice for students within the athletic training community. The SLC promotes learning about issues impacting the athletic training profession, getting involved in volunteer opportunities and taking a stand on matters impacting students in the present and future. The committee offers information, encouragement and advice, and also plans and implements quality educational and networking opportunities at the NATA convention.

16,394

16.08%

Early Professionals

The NATA Early Professionals' Committee (EPC) was created to address the issues faced by athletic trainers within the first six years of initial certification as they begin in their careers.  The committee focuses on leadership, educational initiatives and professional/ethical values.

12,073 19.54%

Career Advancement

The NATA Career Advancement Committee (CAC) was created to address issues affecting athletic trainers within seven to 12 years of initial certification as they advance in their careers from early professionals. The committee focuses on work-life balance, career satisfaction, career growth and professional retention.

12,842

18.70%

Higher Education

The NATA Executive Committee for Education (ECE) oversees matters related to AT education. The groups facilitates quality professional and post-professional education, coordinates the delivery of educational programming for the profession and maintains a dialogue with its CAATE and BOC liaisons on accreditation and certification matters affecting AT education.

1,859

40.81%

International

The NATA International Committee assists members in establishing and maintaining working relationships with sports medicine specialists internationally that allow them to collaborate, share and make visible the athletic training profession. To that end, the International Committee is committed to establishing a global network of colleagues in the allied health profession to include athletic trainers, athletic therapists, physical therapists, physiotherapists and other sports medicine specialists.

566

42.41%

Diversity

NATA is dedicated to advancing diversity within the athletic training profession. The NATA Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee serves in an advisory capacity to the NATA Board of Directors, aiming to identify and address issues relevant to the ethnically diverse populations to better serve the needs of both patients and fellow athletic trainers. EDAC advocates sensitivity toward cultural diversity, development of cultural competence within the profession and promotion of athletic trainers as leaders in issues related to cultural competence and professional diversity within the health care professions.

3,760

23.12%

State Leaders

The State Association Advisory Committee (SAAC) addresses current and potential issues affecting state associations and coordinates leadership development for state leaders. SAAC provides resources for state athletic training associations and those who are in leadership roles at the state level.

332

56.76%

Inclusion

The NATA LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee (LGBTQ+ AC) is committed to the advancement of diversity within the athletic training profession by advocating for an environment of inclusion, respect, equity and appreciation of differences in both athletic trainers and their diverse patient populations. LGBTQ+ AC identifies, explores, addresses and provides educational resources regarding emerging topics and concerns relevant to diverse sexualities, gender identities and gender expressions within the profession and health care topics affecting patients in the LGBTQ+ community.

295

58.02%