Checklist for the Healthcare Provider Caring for a Student Athlete with Suspected or Actual Concussion

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) free online training for healthcare professionals. The goal of this course,” Heads Up to Clinicians: Addressing Concussion in Sports among Kids and Teens,” is to prepare health-care professionals to diagnose and manage concussions on the sidelines, in their office, training room, or in the emergency department:

Brain Trauma Foundation: improving outcomes of concussions by developing best practice guidelines, research, and medical professional education

Guide for Primary Care Physicians: A series of 4 podcasts and powerpoints designed to inform primary healthcare professionals. Topics include Brain Injury Basics, Diagnostic issues and neuropsych reports, co-morbid emotional and behavioral conditions, strategies for clinical care practice for patients with concussion.

Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury. This course features information specific to TBI in children and adolescents. Cognitive and Behavioral Consequences of TBI in Adults. This course describes TBI in the adult and geriatric populations. Offered by the Michigan Department of Community Health. CEUs.

Educational Modules Evidence Based Review of Moderate to Severe Acquired Brain Injury. Educational modules developed to assist health care providers become familiar with rehabilitation of TBI.

Social Workers- Systemic Approach to Social Work Practice: Working with Clients with TBI. An on-line course from RRTC.

Audio Digest Website
Sideline Management of Concussions, by Tracy L. Zaslow, M.D – Volume 58, issue 5
Concussion: A management update, by Matthew McElroy, M.D – Volume 60, Issue 15