Welcome to the Michigan Sport-Related Concussion Training Certification. In this course, you will learn about five key components of sport-related concussions: identify medical emergencies, debrief the Michigan Youth Concussion Legislature, review rest and rehabilitation principles after a concussion occurs, understand the return to learn and return to school progressions, and finally become knowledgeable of the potential long-term consequences of head impact exposure on brain health.
Michigan Sport-Related Concussion Training Certification密歇根大学
Steven Broglio, PhDProfessor, Kinesiology; Director, Michigan Concussion Center Director; NeuroTrauma Research Laboratory
James Eckner, MD, MSAssociate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) Director of Clinical Research, Michigan NeuroSport, PM&R Concussion Program Research Core Director, Michigan Concussion Center
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This course can be completed in a single sitting and provides practical recommendations for taking care of athletes from injury to return to athletic activity.
Short and simple course for understanding complex injury like concussions.
Excellent teaching method and good use of resources.
Informative, educational and enjoyed having the video and written context. With three grandsons that play lacrosse the course was just what I need when I watch them play. Thank you.
A good summary of the key points of how to spot a concussion from the sidelines, and how to integrate the individual back into normal life.
Does this course satisfy the Michigan state legislation requirement for concussion education?
Is this certificate free?
How do I get my certificate?
Will I still receive my Michigan Sport-Related Concussion Training Certificate upon completion, even if I see "Full Course, No Certificate?"
How often should I take concussion education training?