Concussion Among Children and Youth in BC – Report (Overview in Powerpoint)

BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit and Child Health BC

Concussion Fact Sheet

BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit

Helmets for Winter Sports

BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit

Concussion? (Poster)

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Concussion 101: A Guide to the First Week

Dr. Mike Evans and Erin Liu

Concussion At Play: Opportunities to Reshape the Culture Around Concussion

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Concussion Guidelines for Athletes

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Concussion Guidelines for Coaches/Trainers

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Concussion Guidelines for Teachers

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Facts About Concussion and Brain Injury

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Got Wheels, Get a Helmet!

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I’m Not Invincible – Boy – Poster

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I’m Not Invincible – Girl – Poster

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Opportunities to Reshape the Culture Around Concussion in Sports Fact Sheet

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Player Code of Conduct

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Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool

McCory, P., Meeuwisse, WH., Aubry, M., et al. Br J Sports Med 2013;47:267

For lay use to help identify concussion in children, youth and adults.

Post-Concussion Symptom Checklist

Center on Brain Injury Research and Training – CBIRT

REAP the Benefits of Good Concussion Management

Rocky Mountain Youth Sports Medicine Institute<

Return to School Guidelines for Children and Youth

CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research

Return to Activity Guidelines for Children and Youth

CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research

Smart Rugby

Australian Rugby

Resource with safe rugby drills and activities

Things to Know About Concussion

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Which Helmet for Which Activity?

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