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UH Experts to Headline Sports Concussion Conference

University Hospitals experts in sports concussion are headlining the Fifth Annual Concussion Symposium, taking place in Cleveland this week. The goal of the symposium is to provide state-of-the-art research and clinical information about the science and practice of sports concussion and concussion management from a multidisciplinary and internationally-recognized faculty.

Topics to be addressed include:


  • The need for specialty care
  • Sport safety
  • Nutraceuticals and nutrition 
  • Review of international consensus guidelines
  • Provision of services in and outreach to culturally diverse communities
  • Community education
  • Management guidelines
  • Ethical issues in neuropsychological testing
  • Protective equipment
  • Pathophysiology 
  • A review of the chronic traumatic encephalopathy literature

The symposium runs from April 27 through April 29. UH sports concussion experts Christopher Bailey, PhD; Susannah M. Briskin, MD; Sean A. Cupp, MD; and James E. Voos, MD, are scheduled to speak.

For more information or to register, please visit the Sports Neuropsychology Society website.