NATA Creates Database to Assist Coronavirus Response

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The National Athletic Trainers' Association has put together an app aimed at providing understaffed hospitals with a database to look for help nationwide during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to The Associated Press, more than 950 athletic trainers signed up last week.

As director of athletic training in Detroit’s Henry Ford Health System, Christina Eyers oversees about 40 trainers who have been "very eager" to assist in screening patients, which typically means checking for symptoms and taking their temperatures. Some have helped in shipping prescriptions, the AP reported.

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