Prevention and Protection Podcast: New Concussion Management Requirements for NCAA Institutions

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April 2020 update about NCAA medical monitoring certification submissions: To benefit from the release of certain legal claims under the Arrington class settlement agreement, NCAA member institutions must certify in writing, on or before 11:59 p.m. CDT (Chicago time) on May 18, 2020, that they have put in place a concussion management plan that meets the requirements of Section IX.A of the settlement agreement and must provide a copy of the certification as described in the agreement. The NCAA recently released step-by-step instructions for the certification website. Prior to accessing the website, institutions should consult with legal counsel to review the content of Section IX and other related provisions of the agreement, as well as the Sample Certification Form and FAQs. Read more about the settlement and learn specifics on the certification process.

In this December 2019 episode of the Prevention and Protection podcast, United Educators (UE) risk researcher Christine McHugh interviews UE senior resolutions counsel Rhonda Hurwitz about the recent class action settlement agreement related to concussion management and medical monitoring. The discussion explains the lawsuit that led to the settlement, the settlement’s provisions, and the benefits for institutions which comply with the provisions by the May 18, 2020, deadline.

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