Sydney will host a HeadSafe Community Concussion Seminars on April 26th 2017 in conjunction with the NSW Office of Sport from 6.30pm till 8.30pm .
The seminar will showcase the latest concussion research featuring the HeadSafe Randwick Rugby Project which features the unique X Patch Biosensor (worn behind the player’s ear to measure impacts) and collaborations with the University of Sydney Save Sight Institute and School of Biomechanical Engineering. and practical advice for teams, players, administrators and parents.
Where: Sydney Academy of Sport
Address: Wakehurst Parkway, Narrabeen
Date: 26th April 2017
Time: 6:30pm to 8/8:30pm
Program #: 0079941
The evenings will run from 6.30pm till 8.30pm and also provide a question and answer forum for parents, coaches, medical staff and the community featuring players from the area. Each session will provide an update from all sporting codes and information for players and parents relevant to schools, districts, amateur, professional and elite levels.
This initiative is proudly supported by the NSW Office of Sport and will feature Dr. Adrian Cohen, founder of HeadSafe and NeckSafe.
This one-hour workshop focuses on concussion injuries in sport and the management of return to play protocol. Topics include:
Tickets are strictly limited and are available by phoning 131302 or sportandrecreation.nsw.gov.au
This Headsafe Community Concussion Forum is an initiative of Necksafe, a NFP charity dedicated to the prevention of head and neck injuries.
More information at www.concussion.training