Concussion Awareness Learning Program

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Responding appropriately to concussions has become a critical component of keeping athletes safe. EduRisk tackles this important topic through online courses and tip sheets for students and coaches. This learning program is designed to educate coaches, staff, and students on recognizing and responding to the symptoms of concussions.

This course will help learners understand:

  • The danger of ignoring concussion symptoms
  • The sports most impacted by concussions
  • The seriousness of concussive injuries
  • The importance of removing potentially concussed athletes from play
  • Why athletes and coaches should encourage reporting of symptoms and discourage “playing through” concussions

 

Students, coaches, and athletics staff at higher education and K-12 institutions can benefit from this course.

 

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    This course will help learners understand:

    • The danger of ignoring concussion symptoms
    • The sports most impacted by concussions
    • The seriousness of concussive injuries
    • The importance of removing potentially concussed athletes from play
    • Why athletes and coaches should encourage reporting of symptoms and discourage “playing through” concussions

     

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    Students, coaches, and athletics staff at higher education and K-12 institutions can benefit from this course.

     

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    Title: Best Practices Checkup
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    • Use this tool to determine the extent to which your institution is following best practices, as defined by UE, to raise concussion awareness. Launch the Assessment »
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