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Joshua T. Fuller Nov 17
An interesting study out of about increasing risk of suicide among patients with mild and . Such a relevant read and thing to keep in mind during assessment and treatment of brain injury.
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Daniel Carcillo Nov 19
Asking for help after a saved my life If u r experiencing Post Concussive Syndrome symptoms incl headache, dizziness, fatigue, memory concentration & sleep issues, depression, anxiety, impulse control, suicidal ideation
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Sunny Chan Nov 17
New patient friendly version of the 2018 guidelines in A great version to enable patients to understand their symptoms, and help them return to their activities
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JAMA Neurology Nov 17
This systematic review and meta-analysis found a 2-fold higher risk of subsequent among >700 000 patients diagnosed with and/or mild . Read the details here
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Mayo Clinic Nov 19
Largest ever youth sport safety initiative launches, led by U.S. Youth Soccer, Mayo Clinic, supported by InjureFree and the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
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Medscape Neurology Nov 17
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Daniel Carcillo 9h
Coming together to discuss signs, symptoms, diagnosis & care, from our own experience, to help to humanize issues could b powerful Round table hot stove?
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California Concussion Institute 4h
*10* days left until prices increase!Register before the early bird deadline and be entered to win 2 tickets to the March 23, 2019 Warriors game! Center Court Seats & Parking pass included.
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Holland Bloorview Nov 16
Congrats to our colleagues at who received significant funding for a pan-Canadian research program to reduce in youth sport at a national level. Our is a co-investigator on the project . Well done!
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Briana Cassetta 1h
Interesting Canadian study examining the effectiveness of educational resources for improving awareness and knowledge.
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Chris Giza 3h
Seeing is believing: Acute pathophysiology & relationship to advanced neuroimaging. Talk 1 - Conference
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SmartTeams 14h
Providing strategies for schools/leagues on ways to keep kids safe & reduce the risk of injury while playing sports. See our program, see our PBS doc: , read our articles, watch over 1K videos Member of
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Mark Herceg Nov 19
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Dr Willie Stewart 6h
On the way to for / sponsored "UK Sports Symposium". Just under a year into study we will be providing updates on progress thus far towards understanding late outcomes from and risk of dementia/
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Andrea De Marchi Nov 17
Recent study on vestibular and oculomotor findings in neurologically-normal, non-concussed children tested with a modified version of the VOMS
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Jordan Flowers 14h
aren't just apart of the game. People act like it's acceptable that athletes r out here getting they're brains & lives hammered away. Y'all call us a bunch of dumb jocks but u overlook why so many of us struggle until something tragic happens. It's time to stand up ✊🏾
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Trevor Hannum Nov 19
Goff not being to called into the tent by the proves they don’t actually care about player safety.
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TexasChildren'sPR Nov 16
Dr. Jonathan Santana provides insight on teenagers driving after a concussion. After sustaining a , your child may have light sensitivity at night or have difficulty turning their head. Read more on today's blog:
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Rehab Every Day Nov 13
Post syndrome is prolonged symptom duration of at least 3 symptoms lasting at least 3 months.
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ConcussionCompetencies 9h
What physical therapist, board certified pediatric specialist AND certified brain injury specialist is a co-author on a book? Yours truly, Jennifer Parent-Nichols, assistant professor
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