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NewsWorkers & Workplaces
June 12, 2019

New Toolkit to Help Working Adults Recover From Concussion

The new module includes resources such as a Return to Work strategy and Incident Report for workplaces to document a potential concussion-causing event.

CoachNewsPlayer or Participant
June 3, 2019

New Video Promotes Concussion Safety in Sport

The new video from the Government of Ontario is part of a larger concussion awareness campaign and Rowan’s Law.

Medical ProfessionalNews
April 17, 2019

New concussion resource to support survivors of intimate partner violence

The tool is expected to launch on the CATT website in early 2020.

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We're bringing #concussion training to East Africa! Learn more and read our latest publication on the issue: @AJSM_SportsMed cattonline photo

Our new e-learning module can help you support a coworker's return to work after #concussion. #CATTWW
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Since 2013, women have had more mild traumatic brain injuries lost-time injuries than men – every single year. For more insights on mTBIs or other Ontario workplace injury statistics, visit #BytheNumbersBreakdown #BrainInjuryAwareness

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Feeling so proud of @BlakeNicol2 as he defends his @ubcokanagan master's thesis on screening for #TBI in #IPV at places like @KelownaShelter. Amazing research we will apply on the ground! @HGainforth @DrvanDonkelaar @cattonline

A #concussion can happen to anyone at any time. Common causes include falls, motor vehicle crashes, and sports and recreational activities. A relatively minor impact may result in a #concussion, while a high-magnitude hit may not. #CATTWW