Dr. Moser Joins the SmartTeams™ with a Message About Concussion Reporting

Visit: Concussion Reporting in Athletes: Not so simple… Now that all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia have youth concussion laws in place, we have jumped the biggest hurdle, right? Then why is that there is still a BIG problem in concussion reporting? Why is it that athletes still continue to play in a game when they are concussed? In reality, changing state laws may be a phenomenal feat; however changing the culture of sport and attitudes about concussion is even harder. Concussion education programs are step one in changing the culture and attitudes. A research 2014 study published by Register-Mihalik and co-authors revealed that onl

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