We have a new paper reflecting on the shortcomings of existing international consensus statements on concussion in sport. Published by the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics and led by Stephen Casper, it is free to access.
Abstract: Five international consensus statements on concussion in sports have been published. This commentary argues that there is a strong need for a new approach to them that foregrounds public health expertise and patient-centered guidance. Doing so will help players, parents, and practitioners keep perspective about these potentially life-altering injuries especially when they recur.
Full Citation: Casper, Stephen T., Kathleen E. Bachynski, Michael E. Buckland, Don Comrie, Sam Gandy, Judith Gates, Daniel Goldberg, Kathryn Henne, Karen Hind, Daniel Morrison, Francisco Ortega, Alan J. Pearce, Sean Philpott-Jones, Elizabeth Sandel, Ted Tatos, Rachel Taylor, Sally Tucker, and Adam M. Finkel. 2021. Toward Complete, Candid, and Unbiased International Consensus Statements on Concussion in Sport. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 49(3): 372–377.
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