Twitter Chat

The Childress Institute hosted a Twitter chat (#KidsConcussions) to discuss sports-related head injuries in children on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 1-2 p.m. EST.

The @InjuredKids Twitter chat brought together prominent researchers, public advocates, certified athletic trainers, and medical professionals to discuss:

  • Latest research about children’s head injuries
  • Education about how to protect young athletes
  • Advocacy suggestions for parents, coaches, trainers and physicians
  • How to recognize the signs and symptoms of a possible concussion
  • Treatment options

To read our transcripts, click here, or visit http://twubs.com/KidsConcussions.

Experts that participated in the chat included:

View resources here:
CHOP's concussion resources
 
Center for Injury Research and Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concussion information
Concussion Facts
Matthew Gfeller Foundation
NATA
USA Football, Heads Up Tackling Overview
Youth Football Study

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