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Training Workshop

Friday July 12, 2013 The University of Kansas Kansas City, KS

You wouldnt let him play football without wearing a helmet. Why would you let him return -to-play without using ImPACT?
The University of Kansas Hospital is pleased to sponsor a Full ImPACT Training Workshop with Michael (Micky) Collins, PhD.

This workshop will offer medical professionals a full day of academic training on Concussion 101, Sideline Evaluation, Return-to-Play Protocols, Interpreting the ImPACT Clinical Report, and Case Presentations. The workshop includes a 200 page workbook, continental breakfast, lunch and a completion certificate.
The workshop will be held at the Wahl Hall East Auditorium in the Wahl Building at 3901 Rainbow Blvd., Kansas City, KS. For anyone that needs directions and an outline of the campus please click on the link below.

To register for this event please click on the link below, scroll to the July 12 th date and enter code: CONC.

Thank you, The University of Kansas Hospital and The ImPACT Team

Workshop Agenda
Friday July 12, 2013 Kansas City, KS


7:15-8:00 am
8:00-8:15 am 8:15-9:15 am 9:15-10:30 am

Registration/Continental Breakfast
General Session: Overview, Brief Description & Terri Brandley, RN, BSN, CCM Welcome Concussion 101: Biomechanics Pathophysiology, Topic Micky Collins, PhD of Concern Research & Recovery Rates from Sports Concussion: Micky Collins, PhD What are we learning? Break Basic Psychometric Data Keys to Clinical Interpretation Lunch Micky Collins, PhD Micky Collins, PhD

10:30-10:45 am 10:45-11:15 pm 11:15-12:15 pm 12:15-1:15 pm


1:15-2:15 pm Clinical Model for Concussion Management: Clinical Interview Vestibular Screening (brief review) Neurocognitive Testing New Directions in Concussion Treatment and Rehab Post Concussion Syndrome Open Forum Adjournment Micky Collins, PhD

2:15-2:45 pm

Micky Collins, PhD

2:45-3:00 pm
3:00 pm

ImPACT's products provide information regarding potential cognitive decline and related symptoms that may be experienced after head trauma. ImPACT's products are not diagnostic, do not determine whether an individual has a particular head or brain injury and should not be used to make a return to play decision without an examination by a qualified and licensed health care professional. Many jurisdictions have rules and regulations governing the process and procedures under which an individual may be returned to play. Please check the rules and regulations in your state, county, organization and/or school district for legal requirements and further guidance.