EBP Course 5: ConcussionWise AT (SSRM05)

Athletic Trainers


Description

APPROVED FOR 2.0 BOC EBP CEUs

TARGET AUDIENCE
This Clinical Evidence Based Practice course was developed specifically for athletic trainers.

SCHEDULE AND FORMAT
The course is delivered online using video/audio and learning checkpoints.

The course covers the following concussion management topics:
-Understanding the Problem
-Recognizing Concussion
-Preparing for Concussion Management
-Acute Management of Concussion
-Recovery and Return to Play


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:
-Define concussion.
-Identify the risks associated with Second Impact Syndrome.
-Recognize the symptoms associated with concussions.
-Identify strategies for prevention of concussion.
-Describe best practices regarding acute and post-injury care of concussions.
-Describe best practices for return-to-play following concussion.


COURSE AUTHOR:
Robb S. Rehberg, PhD, ATC, NREMT
Professor, Athletic Training Program
William Paterson University
Wayne, NJ

Sport Safety International is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. This program has been approved for a maximum 2.0 hours of EBP Category continuing education. Certified Athletic Trainers are responsible for claiming only those hours actually spent participating in the continuing education activity.

BOC Approved EBP Provider #: P8228-6

This course is valid for two years from the date of purchase.

Content
  • Introduction
  • ConcussionWise AT Pre-Test
  • Module 1: Understanding the Problem
  • Module 1: Understanding the Problem
  • Learning Checkpoint 1
  • Module 2: Recognizing Concussion
  • Module 2: Recognizing Concussion
  • Learning Checkpoint 2
  • Module 3: Prevention and Preparation
  • Module 3: Preparation
  • Learning Checkpoint 3
  • Module 4: Acute Management
  • Module 4: Acute Management
  • Learning Checkpoint 4
  • Module 5: Recovery and Return to Play
  • Module 5: Recovery and Return to Play
  • Learning Checkpoint 5
  • MODULE 6 (OPTIONAL): STATE CONCUSSION LAWS
  • Alabama Concussion Law
  • Alaska Concussion Law
  • Arizona Concussion Law
  • Arkansas Concussion Law
  • California Concussion Law
  • Colorado Concussion Law
  • Connecticut Concussion Law
  • Delaware Concussion Law
  • Florida Concussion Law
  • Georgia Concussion Law
  • Hawaii Concussion Law
  • Idaho Concussion Law
  • Illinois Concussion Law
  • Indiana Concussion Law
  • Iowa Concussion Law
  • Kansas Concussion Law
  • Kentucky Concussion Law
  • Louisiana Concussion Law
  • Maine Concussion Law
  • Maryland Concussion Law
  • Massachusetts Concussion Law
  • Michigan Concussion Law
  • Minnesota Concussion Law
  • Mississippi Concussion Law
  • Missouri Concussion Law
  • Montana Concussion Law
  • Nebraska Concussion Law
  • Nevada Concussion Law
  • New Hampshire Concussion Law
  • New Jersey Concussion Law
  • New Mexico Concussion Law
  • New York Concussion Law
  • North Carolina Concussion Law
  • North Dakota Concussion Law
  • Ohio Concussion Law
  • Oklahoma Concussion Law
  • Oregon Concussion Law
  • Pennsylvania Concussion Law
  • Rhode Island Concussion Law
  • South Carolina Concussion Law
  • South Dakota Concussion Law
  • Tennessee Concussion Law
  • Texas Concussion Law
  • Utah Concussion Law
  • Vermont Concussion Law
  • Virginia Concussion Law
  • Washington Concussion Law
  • West Virginia Concussion Law
  • Wisconsin Concussion Law
  • Wyoming Concussion Law
Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "ConcussionWise AT Pre-Test, Introduction, Learning Checkpoint 1, Learning Checkpoint 2, Learning Checkpoint 3, Learning Checkpoint 4, Learning Checkpoint 5, Module 1: Understanding the Problem, Module 2: Recognizing Concussion, Module 3: Preparation, Module 4: Acute Management, Module 5: Recovery and Return to Play"
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 2 years