Nick Pappas, the Coordinator for Insurance and Risk Management and an instructor in athletic training at Florida State University, has been inducted into the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame is the highest award an athletic trainer can receive from the NATA and celebrates those who enhance the quality of care and move the profession forward. Since the Hall of Fame was established fifty years ago, less than 300 athletic trainers have achieved this honor; there are currently 35,000 athletic trainers who are part of the NATA.
With thirty five years experience in the athletic training and sports medicine fields, it is Nick’s influential work that has distinguished him. Aside from assisting in the development of local, national and international athletic training programs, Nick has also been a Presagia Sports user since 2008. In fact, we wrote a case study with Nick about FSU’s implementation and use of Presagia Sports which can be found at www.old-presagiasports.com/FSU.
You can read more about Nick’s story here.
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