The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a program designed to provide people who work with survivors of intimate partner violence with the information they need to take an evidence-based approach in responding to and managing concussion.
The Youth Concussion Awareness Network (You-CAN) protocol for a cluster randomized trial
This study published in February 2020 by BMC Public Health has Parachute President and CEO Pamela Fuselli among its co-authors. The Youth Concussion Awareness Network (You-CAN) is a school-based peer-led program designed to increase high school students’ intent to report a concussion, and provide social support to a peer. This study aims to investigate whether participation in You-CAN, a program grounded in service learning principles, impacts concussion knowledge, attitudes, intent to report a suspected concussion to an adult, and intent to provide social support to a peer. Secondary aims include assessing the implementation fidelity and acceptability of the intervention.
This massive open online course (MOOC) demystifies concussion and explains how everyone can play a role in the prevention, identification, and management of this type of traumatic brain injury. The course also describes the revision and implementation of a concussion management protocol adapted to different environments.
Standards for post-concussion services and concussion clinics