This massive open online course (MOOC) demystifies concussion and explains how everyone can play a role in the prevention, identification, and management of this type of traumatic brain injury. The course also describes the revision and implementation of a concussion management protocol adapted to different environments.
Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) for Women’s Support Workers
The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a program designed to provide people who work with survivors of intimate partner violence with the information they need to take an evidence-based approach in responding to and managing concussion.
Living Guideline for Diagnosing and Managing Pediatric Concussion
This study published in February 2020 by BMC Public Health has Parachute President and CEO Pamela Fuselli among its co-authors. The Youth Concussion Awareness Network (You-CAN) is a school-based peer-led program designed to increase high school students’ intent to report a concussion, and provide social support to a peer. This study aims to investigate whether participation in You-CAN, a program grounded in service learning principles, impacts concussion knowledge, attitudes, intent to report a suspected concussion to an adult, and intent to provide social support to a peer. Secondary aims include assessing the implementation fidelity and acceptability of the intervention.
This Concussion Booklet was created by the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation to give you the information you need to know to get better after a concussion. It can be helpful in the first few days and during recovery.
4 Characteristics of a Good Concussion Clinic (2017)
The Canadian Concussion Collaborative designed this guide to help people who have persistent symptoms of a concussion (symptoms that are not clearly improving after a period of seven to 10 days) find a good concussion clinic.
Sport Physiotherapy Canada Locker Room: Everything concussion for the physiotherapist, athlete, coach or parent