ANN ARBOR—Following a weekend of football it’s not uncommon to hear reports of high school, college and pro athletes being put on a “concussion protocol.” And it’s not just football. A first-round hockey draft pick missed the first day of training related to concussion.
Athletes aren’t the only ones to suffer. Any one of us can bump or fall on our heads and end up with a concussion.
An increased focus on the impact of these injuries has led the University of Michigan to use its online platforms to offer two learning opportunities—one, a required professional certification for those who work with high school athletes and the other a general awareness teach-out for anyone interested in learning more about concussion.
Both are developed by