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Conference on Sport-Related Concussions PDF Print E-mail
The Patriot League, the NCAA and the United States Military Academy will host the Second Annual NCAA-U.S. Department of Defense Grand Alliance Concussion Conference on Friday, April 20 in West Point, N.Y. The conference attendees will explore the development of the alliance, identify emerging information from the latest research and discuss the role that science plays in transforming policy and societal views on the topic of concussions.
The conference will aim to build on the discussions and findings from the first annual sport-related concussion conference, held in Los Angeles in January 2017. Concussion scientists, researchers and practitioners will present to athletic trainers, team physicians, sports medicine clinicians and athletic health care administrators from NCAA member schools about preliminary and recently publicized information regarding diagnosing and treating concussions.
“The Patriot League is excited to be partnering with the NCAA and the United States Military Academy to advance the dialogue surrounding the important research being conducted through the Grand Alliance in the area of sport-related concussion,” Patriot League Commissioner Jennifer Heppel said. “The values of safety and physical and mental well-being for student-athletes are paramount to all involved in intercollegiate athletics, and this Conference is evidence of the continuing collaborative effort between our institutions and the medical community to provide the best care possible for our student-athletes.”
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