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The Center Foundation Hosts Professional Education Conference on Concussion Management via Live Webinar

The Center Foundation, a Central Oregon nonprofit dedicated to providing sports medicine services to high school students, recently announced its professional education conference will be presented via live webinar. Every three years, in collaboration with community partners, The Center Foundation organizes an educational symposium committed to updating the collective knowledge of medical professionals specializing in…
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Players flagged for targeting may be able to remain in bench area

College football players disqualified for targeting might be able to remain on the sidelines starting with the 2020 football season. The NCAA Football Rules Committee, which met this week in Indianapolis, recommended the rules change Friday. All rules proposals must be approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel, which is scheduled to discuss proposed…
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Former Athletic Trainer Sues Union, Citing Coaches’ Dismissiveness About Athletes’ Concussions

(Editor’s Note: What follows is an excerpt for the latest issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter. You can subscribe to  CLR by visiting this link.) A former high school athletic trainer has sued the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union (WSSU), an administrative organization that provides support and services for several educational institutions in Vermont, claiming she resigned…
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