On Tuesday, January 28th 2014, hockey legend Ken Dryden talks about concussions with BC athletes, physicians, researchers, and sports officials, from awareness of the problem to awareness of its answers.
Chan Centre for Family Health Education
950 West 28th Avenue
Free Admission – Open to General Public, Seating is Limited!
Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) for Parents, Players, Coaches and Trainers.
This event will highlight the importance of the soon-to-be released Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) developed by the BCIRPU in partnership with the BC Ministry of Health. Created for parents, players, coaches and trainers, the CATT will build on a number of existing resources, including the CATT for physicians and health professionals, to provide an educational training tool that will raise awareness of concussion as well as the need for proper management and prevention.
For more information: CATT
Symposium Organizers: Dr. Shelina Babul, Associate Director/Sports Injury Specialist, BCIRPU and Wilson Luong, UBC Graduate Student.
For further information please contact Wilson.Luong@cw.bc.ca