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CARE Consortium: Quantifying the value of concussion assessment models

A litany of concussion assessment tools are available to practitioners, but what test — or combination of tests — is most effective in making an accurate diagnosis?

CARE Consortium: Influence of age at first concussion

Does the age that an individual first experiences a concussion have an influence on the number of subsequent concussions someone may experience?

CARE Consortium: Predicting collegiate athlete baseline neurocognitive scores

Cognitive abilities among athletes will inevitably vary, and results on baseline tests will reflect those variations. But what factors contribute to those differences?

CARE Consortium: Baseline performance of NCAA athletes

What cognitive differences are present between student-athletes in contact and noncontact sports?

NCAA Injury Surveillance Program FAQs

What is the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program? The ISP is a data collection initiative designed to track and analyze medical illnesses and injuries that result from sport participation. Since 1982, athletic trainers have collaborated with...

2014-15 NCAA Sports Medicine Handbook

Table of Contents FOREWORD... 4 1. ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES ... 5 A. Sports Medicine Administration ... 6 B. Interdisciplinary Health Care Teams ... 8 C. Medical Evaluations, Immunizations and Records ...12 D. Emergency Care and Coverage .....

NCAA Injury Surveillance Program

The ISP is a data collection initiative designed to track and analyze medical illnesses and injuries that result from sport participation. Since 1982, athletic trainers have collaborated with the NCAA to create the largest collegiate...

CARE Consortium: White matter abnormalities after concussion

As concussion symptoms abate, is the brain recovering at the same pace at the cellular level?

CARE Consortium: MRI stability

Given that CARE Consortium data is being gathered on different MRI scanners at different sites, are comparisons across different sites viable?

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