The Sport Concussion Education Project. A brief report on an educational initiative: from concept to curriculum
Echlin, Paul S.
Johnson, Andrew M.
Holmes, Jeffrey D.
Skopelja, Elaine N.
Forwell, Lorie A.Note: Order does not necessarily reflect citation order of authors.
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CitationEchlin, Paul S., Andrew M. Johnson, Jeffrey D. Holmes, Annalise Tichenoff, Sarah Gray, Heather Gatavackas, Joanne Walsh, et al. 2014. “The Sport Concussion Education Project. A Brief Report on an Educational Initiative: From Concept to Curriculum.” Journal of Neurosurgery 121 (6) (December): 1331–1336. doi:10.3171/2014.8.jns132804.
AbstractCurrent research on concussion is primarily focused on injury identification and treatment. Prevention initiatives are, however, important for reducing the incidence of brain injury. This report examines the development and implementation of an interactive electronic teaching program (an e-module) that is designed specifically for concussion education within an adolescent population. This learning tool and the accompanying consolidation rubric demonstrate that significant engagement occurs in addition to the knowledge gained among participants when it is used in a school curriculum setting.
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