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|Pain and Injury in Sport : Social and Ethical Analysis||RD 97. P 34 2006|
|Treating the Brain : What the Best Doctors Know||RC 346. B 65 2009|
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to begin your search for questions about sports and traumatic brain injuries and post-concussion syndrome.CINAHL Plus Full Text
This database contains thousands of articles by doctors, physical therapists, surgeons, and many more. This database is ideal for researching the medical side of this topic.Health Source: Consumer Edition
The articles in this database also cover the medical side of TBI and post-concussion syndrome.SPORTDiscus
This database includes thousands of articles on sports and sports medicine, including injury prevention, orthopedics, and much more. It contains the latest research on medical issues in sports.
The Missouri Department of Health and the University of Missouri Department of Health psychology have created a great factsheet describing the symptoms and effects of traumatic brain injuries on athletes. This factsheet includes links to guidelines on determining when it's safe for an athlete to return to play.
Brainline.org has created a detailed factsheet about TBI, risk factors, prevention strategies, and more.
This site created by the Centers for Disease Control is a convenient place to find recommendations on how concussions and traumatic brain injuries should be dealt with by coaches and officials.
The New York Times has a permanent collection of news stories and reports relating to concussions and other traumatic brain injuries and how athletes and coaches cope with them.