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Athlete Voice with Danielle Lappage

Coach’s Voice with Troy Ryan

Session 1: New research findings: what the data says

Keynote: Concussions in High Performance Sport

Suzanne Leclerc MD, Ph.D. Dip. Med. Sport, Chief Medical Officer, Institut national du sport du Québec

Peer-to-Peer Education Model in Sport and Special Olympics Collaboration

Nick Reed, PhD, MScOT, OT Reg. (Ont.), University of Toronto

Sex and Gender Differences in Concussions

Reema Shafi, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.), University of Toronto

The Blue Card: A Data-Driven Model for Rule Changes

Jackie Tittley, Manager of Training and Education, Rugby Canada

Session 2: Looking ahead: using data to inform practice

Panel: Data Collection in Sport and How to Get Started

  • Shelina Babul, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, The University of British Columbia
  • Stephanie Cowle, Director, Knowledge Translation, Parachute (panel moderator)
  • Kyle Hunter, Sport Coordinator, Waterski and Wakeboard Canada
  • Brandy Tanenbaum, Program Coordinator, Centre for Injury Prevention Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

The Connection Between Skill Proficiency and Concussions

Aaron Geisler, Director of Sport, Football Canada

Concussion Care without Borders

  • Peter Leyser, Executive Director, Boccia Canada
  • François Prince, PhD, department of surgery, Faculty of medicine, University of Montreal

Michael Ellis BSc, MD, FRCSC, University of Manitoba

New Concussion Resources for Sport Organizations

  • Kathryn Schneider PT, PhD, University of Calgary
  • Amanda Black, CAT(C), PhD, University of Calgary,

Myth Busting with Dr. Roger Zemek

Dr. Roger Zemek, MD, FRCPC, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, joined the 2021 Canadian Concussion in Sport Virtual Symposium to address three commonly believed myths about concussions in sport.

Fact or Myth? Youth May Only Safely Resume Physical Activity Once They Are Symptom-Free, Following a Concussion

Fact or Myth? Younger Children Take Longer to Recover from Concussions as Compared to Older Teens

Fact or Myth? Boys Are at a Higher Risk of Concussion and Concussion and Concussion Recovery Takes Longer in Boys

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Last updated on April 12, 2023