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On SAGE Insight: Concussion beliefs in varsity athletes: Identifying the good, the bad and the ugly

From Journal of Concussion Concussion injury is a serious and prevalent problem in sports that has gained worldwide attention. Despite years of awareness campaigns around risk and long-term consequences, many athletes engage in high-risk behaviour and persist in competing without … Continue reading

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Evaluating the relationship between altitude and concussion rate in high school sports

Evaluating the relationship between altitude and concussion rate in high school sports Altitude modulates concussion incidence Implications for optimizing brain compliance to prevent brain injury in athletes From Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine As the most common form of traumatic … Continue reading

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The importance of medical education in sports cardiology: Proposing a core curriculum

Position paper: proposal for a core curriculum for a European Sports Cardiology qualification From European Journal of Preventive Cardiology  Sports cardiology is a new and rapidly evolving subspecialty. Awareness of the risks for professional athletes of cardiovascular problems has been … Continue reading

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