The CARE Consortium is excited to announce that the first paper entitled: A National Study on the Effects of Concussion in Collegiate Athletes and US Military Service Academy Members: The NCAA-DoD Concussion Assessment, Research and Education (CARE) Consortium Structure and … Continue reading
As part of the CARE Option, CARE is excited to announce the inclusion of two military service academies into the ARC Study: West Point and Air Force. West Point and Air Force will be conducting a partial-ARC, or “pARC,” at … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that our next CARE Consortium Investigator Meeting will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, November 9-10, 2016. The Department of Defense has requested that the meeting be held in the Washington, DC area; therefore, we … Continue reading
A general slide set for the CARE Consortium is available on the Intranet. We ask that everyone please do not adjust the content of the slides as presented.
Poll: Nearly 1 In 4 Americans Reports Having Had A Concussion May 31, 2016 By Scott Hensley Concussions have become part of the daily news. But how much have these brain injuries become part of daily life? To find out, … Continue reading
The CARE SOPs are finalized and available on the Intranet.
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Summary of Revisions to CARE SOPs The CARE Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) have been revised and in accordance with our SOPs, we are opening them to public comment by Consortium members. The DRAFT SOPs can be found on the CARE … Continue reading
By Brian Burnsed March 3, 2016 9 schools added to the NCAA-DOD concussion study Largest study of its kind expanding to 30 institutions Nine schools have been added to the largest-ever study of concussion in sport. The NCAA-Department of Defense … Continue reading
By Brian Burnsed February 19, 2016 New data gathered from landmark concussion research could soon shape recommendations for how football is played and practiced. Experts gathered at the Safety in College Football Summit last week agreed to suggested revisions to … Continue reading