Concussions: A National Challenge

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Scholastic football and soccer players, wrestlers, even cheerleaders too often share one thing in common. They suffer concussions. It happens often enough that concussions have been declared a national challenge; and they're the theme of a conference this week at the Global Center for Health Innovation. But before they speak at the conference, some of the experts will join Mike McIntyre Tuesday for The Sound of Ideas. We hope you will too.

Information on concussion symposium in Cleveland

Free on-line course for concussion detection

Guests: 

Jay L. Alberts, PhD, Director, Cleveland Clinic Concussion Center

Thomas F. Budinger, MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley

Susan M. Joy, MD, director, Cleveland Clinic Women's Sports Health

Natalia Metham, high school athlete and her mom Maria of Lakewood

Tim Stried, director of information services, Ohio High School Athletic Association

 

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