Special Announcements From Sports Medicine Concepts

New Informational Friday YouTube Series and the Reconvening of the Sports Emergency Care White Paper Sessions!

Watch your news feeds! Exciting educatio

Watch your news feeds! Exciting educational opportunities coming from Sports Medicine Concepts, including new Info Friday YouTube reviews and a new White Paper Session format and program agenda.

Concussion Management Specialist

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Don’t Forget!  Sports Medicine Concepts is offering its acclaimed Concussion Management Specialist (CMS®) certificate program this fall, beginning September 16th!  SMC is approved to offer 15 EBP category continuing education for athletic trainers.  Space is limited so Register Now or Visit SMC for more information!

Emergency Action Planning

You could have a complete best-practice venue and sport specific EAP for every team and every school, including all conditional protocols; by the end of the day!

Check out www.TeamEMSoft.com today to learn more and finally get the EAP you know you should have in place before the next season.

Summer Student Intern Positions

In 2Min or Less!

Presently, Sports Medicine Concepts, Inc., is looking for highly motivated professional upper class athletic training students who are interested to provide program support during the 2016 summer training campaign.  This is an opportunity for an in-depth examination of pragmatic multi-disciplined pre-hospital emergency care procedures across various practice settings.  This position may be tied to academic requirements when such a relationship can be established with a student’s academic institution.

Qualifications:  Candidates will be athletic training student upperclassmen who exemplify the highest professional standards.   Candidates must be sponsored by a faculty member.  Candidates must be willing to travel regionally, must be able to work and communicate well within a team, and must be ultimately trustworthy and professional.  Travel stipends are provided.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Program set-up and strike;
  • Maintenance of equipment and worksite during programming;
  • Completion of staff presentation project (requirement for academic credit);
  • Completion of emergency action plan project (requirement for academic credit);
  • Demonstrate competency of all In 2Min or Less!® cognitive components and psychomotor skills (academic requirement).

2016 campaign includes the following regions:

  • Nashville and Chattanooga, TN
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • E Rutherford, Morristown, and Florham Park, NJ
  • Dallas, TX
  • San Diego, CA
  • Annapolis, MD
  • Green Bay, WI
  • Foxboro, MA
  • Chicago, IL
  • Detroit, MI
  • Newark, DE
  • Seattle, WA
  • Jackson, MI

To be considered email cover letter, resume, and faculty sponsor statement and contact information to:

Mike Cendoma, MS, ATC
Program Director
Sports Medicine Concepts, Inc.
Mjc@SportsMedicineConcepts.com

Position Vacancy Notice

In 2Min or Less!

If you are In 2Min or Less!® trained, like to teach, like to travel, and are looking for rewarding seasonal work that beats working sports camps, we may just be perfect for each other!  Sports Medicine Concepts is looking for Secondary Instructors.

SMC Secondary Instructors are practicing Certified Athletic Trainers, Paramedics, or physicians who have demonstrated mastery of all competencies required of the SMC  In 2Min or Less!® Sports Emergency Care Specialist credential.

Other Qualifications and attributes:

  • Ability to effectively communicate important concepts and interact with peers in an educational setting;
  • Practical experience with on-field sports emergency care management;
  • Master’s Degree or higher helpful, but not required;
  • Ability to interact well within a multi-disciplined sports medicine team;

Responsibilities Include:

  • Completes tasks delegated to by Program Director (PD), Assist PD, or Primary Instructor;
  • Oversees Interns;
  • Oversees completion of arrival, on-site set-up, and strike procedures;
  • Oversees registration and check-in;
  • Completes Team EMSoft®competency reports;
  • Completes Team EMSoft® data entry;
  • Carries our educational assignments designated by PD or PI.

If you think you might be interested, please email a cover letter and resume to Program Director, Mike Cendoma today at mjc@sportsmedicineconcepts.com.

FREE FMxtractors®!

Sports Medicine Concepts, Inc., will be giving away 1 FREE FMx3® every month from May through September.  Get details about the FMx3® and how yours could be free today at http://wp.me/P37IZa-N.

Concussion Management Specialist Fall Session

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Register Now and Save $75.00!

Remember, if the times are not convenient for you, you can complete this session via our recorded sessions option; allowing you to complete requirements during the session at your convenience.

Monday September 12 – Thursday September 15, 2016

Learn More and Register Today.  Space is Limited to 25 participants. 

Free CEU for FMx® Users

FMx with Speed

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Check it out, learn more about it, see it in action, get a free CE, and order your new 2016 unit today at Visit FMxtractor®

3 Things ATs Need To Know About Asthma

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MDI and spacing chamberDuring our last Sports Emergency Care White Paper Session, session leader Peter Bonadonna, EMT-P, presented Management of the Asthmatic Athlete.  As is typical of Mr. Bonadonna’s presentations, the session was very well received.  Here, we provide three take-home points from the presentation that all athletic trainers should know:
  1. Pulse Oximetry measures may be normal during a serious asthmatic event, declining only in the late dire stage of the event.  Therefore, PO2 measures should never be used to rule out a significant asthmatic event.
  2. Bradycardia (<60bpm) is an ominous sign associated with an asthmatic event that should trigger immediate activation of EMS.
  3. Athlete’s in the midst of a significant asthmatic event are less likely to benefit from use of a metered dose rescue inhaler.  ATs should always have access to spacing chambers, and should consider the appropriateness of Pre-EMS nebulizer and supplemental oxygen availability for at risk athletes.
Click here to  view this session’s recording from our web site.
 
Here is what your colleagues are saying about Sports Medicine Concepts’ FREE Sports Emergency Care White Paper Sessions:
 
  • “I Love Your White Paper CE Sessions!”
  • “Thank you for providing these opportunities.”
  • “Great practical information in a concise time frame”
  • “The presenter was great and I really enjoyed the session. The info is practical and to the point. The procedures replicate best practice.”
Why don’t you plan to join us Monday, April 25, 2016 for a follow-up discussion on Management of Anaphylaxis Administration of Epinephrine?  Space is limited for these FREE CE sessions so Click Here Now to see the session schedule and register today!  If the class if full, we do have a waiting list.  Availability does often present in the week leading up to the event.

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Need an Asthma Protocol?

Look to  TeamEMSoft To Provide All Your Emergency Action Planning Requirements
The very same TeamEMSoft application that elite medical teams use to manage, share, update and document their emergency action plans and conditional protocols is now available to all athletic trainers.
Visit TeamEMSoft.com  NOW to learn more or EMAIL NOW to schedule a live demonstration.

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  • You KNOW it’s Going to Work, Every Time;
  • Release Modern Attachment Systems or Cut Through Fasteners to Provide Lifesaving Airway Management;
  • Low Maintenance, Built to Last;
  • Confident ATs Become Competent Lifesaving ATs.
Visit SMC on-line today to see the FMx in action!

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