Dr. Dan Martin, left, and Brian Potter

Wesleyan professor serves on sports medicine panel for W.Va. Public Service Training

BUCKHANNON, West Virginia – A West Virginia Wesleyan College professor recently participated as a subject matter expert in a panel on sports medicine hosted by West Virginia Public Service Training.

Dr. Dan Martin, LAT, ATC, and director of the graduate program in athletic training and a professor in the School of Exercise Science and Athletic Training participated in the Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Athletics panel discussion.

This two-hour continuing education event was provided to athletic trainers, emergency medical providers, coaches, parents and other allied health care providers to give them valuable information and resources for preparing for and responding to a sudden cardiac arrest incident at an athletic venue.

Martin also had the chance to work with a WVWC alum and former colleague Brian Potter ’03, MS, ATC, NREMT, who is employed by West Virginia Public Service Training as a public service training specialist.

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