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Workshop: Concussion Champions in the School Setting: An Interactive Workshop for Athletic Directors, Coaches & Trainers, PE Teachers, and School Nurses (LA)

Concussion Champions in the School Setting: An Interactive Workshop for Athletic Directors, Coaches & Trainers, PE Teachers, and School Nurses (LA)

watch go to site The unique nature of concussion injuries requires an interprofessional management team  to return students to normal activity safely. When student athletes sustain a concussion at school, they often seek help from various sources, both for initial and ongoing treatment and support. This includes physicians, but also school administrators, school nurses, athletic trainers, teachers, and coaches. Additionally, the highly individualized approach to concussion treatment means that there is often variability in return to activity/school/play recommendations by medical providers, creating logistical challenges and uncertainty for schools. It is critical that each stakeholder knows how he or she can assist in this individualized process of return to activity following a concussion. This workshop aims to provide K-12 educators with the best-practices and latest research in prevention and management of youth concussions, closing the gap in care between primary care physicians, nurses, school staff and athletic staff who are involved in the multidisciplinary management of concussion and student safety.

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Dr. Chris Giza, MD

Dr. Chris Giza, MD

Dr. Chris Giza is the Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurosurgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine and Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA. He is also the Director for UCLA's Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program and the Medical Director for UCLA's Operation Mend.
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