This will improve data collection and open the door to improved health outcomes for the more than 165,000 Canadians who sustain a traumatic brain injury every year.
The resource provides guidance on providing intimate partner violence survivors with individualized care, addressing a critical gap in support.
The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) team will be reviewing the Statement and working to incorporate the latest evidence into the CATT’s courses, resources, and website content.
Results from the research can help inform how best to engage medical professionals in CME and increase uptake of online learning programs within the medical community.
In April, the United Kingdom (UK) government and the Sport and Recreation Alliance released new UK Concussion Guidelines for Non-Elite (Grassroots) Sport.
This resource was created by the Pan Am Clinic, ABI Research Lab, Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT), Survivors of Abuse and Brain Injury through Research (SOAR), and other collaborators.
A new CATT Concussion Pathway, tailored to meet the needs of neurodivergent students and students with disabilities, is now available.