Concussion Management Specialist Winter On-Line Session Begins Soon

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Winter Session Runs Monday, December 13 – Thursday, December 17th.  Recorded session option available for those who cannot attend live sessions.

Program offers an excellent advanced educational program and 15 EBP CEUs!

Learn More and Register Today!

Register before November 30th and save $50.  Use Discount Code: ATsRule.  Recerts use code “RECERT17” at registration to receive $100 off registration fee.

This Month SMC Covers Hypothermia

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Recognition, Prevention, and Management of Hypothermia in Athletics
It seems all the focus has been on exertional heat illness as of late. During this session the Sports Medicine Concepts’ Sports Emergency Care White Paper Session takes a look at preventing and caring for illnesses and conditions that can arise when exercising in the cold.

Registration fee $15.  Register Today!

If you can’t make it, register for the session to receive a session recording.  Sports Medicine Concepts, Inc., is approved to provide continuing education to athletic trainers.  Participants receive 1 hr of Cat A credit.  Approved Provider #P-1126.

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Special Edition WPS To Follow Up On Equipment Removal and The Chain of Survival Discussion

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Last week’s panel presentation left more questions than answers so we decided to invite our panel back for a follow-up session.  We will begin with a brief overview Sports Medicine Concepts’ Primary Objectives™ to equipment removal that uses the AHA Chain of Survival as a guide for appropriate application of the NATA guidelines.  We will then open up the lines so that participants can ask our panelist to address specific questions and concerns.

If you can’t make it to the live session, you can view a recorded session at your leisure.  All registrants will receive a link to a recorded session.

All participants from our last session are welcome to register for this session at no charge.  Simply skip the payment screen and you will be approved by the session moderator.

Monday, November 23th, 2017 from 1-2pm EST.  Register Now!

Negligence Webinar Will Be Recorded!

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Don’t be left in the dark on this vital topic just because you can’t make it during regularly scheduled programming.  Registrants will receive a link to the recorded session that you can watch at your convenience!

The more the merrier!  Register Now!

This Promises to be a Great Webinar!

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To say that I am ecstatic about our upcoming Sports Emergency Care White Paper Session is an understatement!  SMC will host an unprecedented panel of experts to discuss the NATA’s inter-association task force guidelines pertaining to management of the equipment-laden athlete, the AHA Chain of Survival, and what they mean to athletic trainer negligent liability.

Our panel will include:

  • Dr. Erik Swartz, Inter-Association Task Force Chair, who will discuss the state of the NATA task force;
  • Damon Mitchell, LA Chargers AT, representing the NFL perspective;
  • Darryl Conway, UN Michigan AT, representing the big college perspective;
  • Phil Steckley, Nazareth College AT, representing the small college perspective;
  • Lynette Carlson, TN Sports Med Solutions, representing the secondary school perspective;
  • Jason Emmel, NY Jets/NY Giants Paramedic, representing the ACLS perspective;
  • Peter Bonadonna, Monroe County Paramedic, representing the ACLS perspective.

Don’t miss it!  Register Now!

Its only $15 and nets you invaluable insight and 1 hr of BOC CAT A credit. 

IFS Covers New VICIS ZERO1

Screen-Shot-2016-01-11-at-9.43.19-AMProgram Update.  We interrupt our regularly scheduled program to bring you this review of the VICIS ZERO1 football helmet!  Look for it on our YouTube Channel this Friday.

In the mean time, check out our channel to see all the other reviews and information we have provided to help you be prepared for sports’ worst moment.

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WPS To Address Equipment-Removal and Negligence

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This month Sports Medicine Concepts’ Sports Emergency Care White Paper webinar will look at reconciling various interpretations of the NATA’s Appropriate Pre-Hospital Management of the Spine-Injured Athlete documents and the AHA’s Chain of Survival as a means of understanding potential negligence.

Mike Cendoma, MS, ATC, SMC Program Director will moderate a discussion among a panel of experts to help answer a number of questions that routine arose during this past season’s In 2 Min or Less!® sports emergency care training.

This webinar offers 1 hour of category A continuing education credit for athletic trainers.

Monday October 30th, 2017, 1-2pm EST
Registration Fee: $15.  Space is limited.  Register Today!

Heading Out Today for Impromptu IFS Review of New VICIS Football Helmet

Screen-Shot-2016-01-11-at-9.43.19-AMA unique opportunity presented itself last week.  Today the SMC IFS team is heading out to visit with the athletic training staff of the Buffalo Bills to conduct a review of the new VICIS football helmet that is all the talk of the town.  Unlike other reviews, the IFS segment will look solely at how the VICIS responds during traditional on-field emergency response protocols.   As this was not on our IFS schedule, we will sneak this review in and push the regularly scheduled review of the Combo-Tool Approach back a week.

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IFS Covers the Riddell Precision Fit

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This week Sports Medicine Concepts’ Informative Friday Segment takes a look at the Riddell® Precision Fit SpeedFlex football helmet.  Meanwhile, SMC prepares for the next IFS which will cover the Combo-Tool Approach to face mask removal.  Don’t Miss Out!

Did you see last week’s content?  Review of the SG Football helmet and TeamEMSoft® Feature Shorts.

Check it on YouTube and be sure to Subscribe to be notified when new content becomes available!

Emergency Action Planning

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Four new video shorts explain the power and functionality of Sports Medicine Concepts’ emergency action planning software application.

Check it Out Now!