Educational Resources

What is a concussion?

Concussion FAQ

Learn the basics of what concussions are, how they can affect you, their signs and symptoms, and what to do if you think you or someone else has one.

For Athletic Trainers

For Athletic Trainers

Our educational tools include resources for parents, sports leagues, youth athletes, school districts, and counties seeking to build community awareness and apply standardized concussion safety models.

Completed Studies

Published Papers

Read our past journal publications on concussion education and management.

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Example Clinic Forms

These examples are used by the UConcussion Clinic for Gradual Return to Play (GRTP), school accommodations, and full contact RTP. Other concussion clinics are encouraged to adopt similar clinic forms along with our standardized concussion protocol.

Links to additional resources

American Youth Football & Cheer
Non-profit organization to promote the development of youth through the sport of American football.

Brain 101: The Concussion Playbook
Oregon Center for Applied Science

Countywide Concussion Care
David Goldstein's crusade for concussion awareness in Florida

The Concussion Blog
An athletic trainer's perspective on the concussion issue

HEADS UP to Brain Injury
The CDC's concussion resource guide for parents, youths, high school players, schools, and medical providers

ImPACT™ Test
Computerized concussion evaluation system

The KnockOut Project
Provides support from those with concussion experiences

Sarah Jane Brain Project
Connecting those affected by pediatric brain injuries

momsTEAM
Concussion Information Center

Concussion Legacy Foundation
CTE Resource Center

ThinkTaylor
Taylor Twellman's Foundation

USA Football
Heads Up Youth Program

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