School Administrators

The Big Idea: Concussions Interactive

One 21-year-old defensive end took 537 hits to the head during a season of football games and practices at the University of North Caroli

The Derek Sheely Foundation

THE DEREK SHEELY FOUNDATION has created Concussion Awareness Kits as part of our grassroots campaign to

ATSNJ teams with ConcussionTV to broadcast upcoming Sports Safety Summit

The ATSNJ is happy to announce that the 3rd Annual ATSNJ Sports Safety Summit will be carried LIVE via video webcast on the newly formed

New smartphone app is designed to keep athletes safe during heat

We all know it's going to be a scorcher over the next several days, but will it be too hot for the kids to play outside? 

NOCSAE Warns Athletes and Parents about Protective Equipment

The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) issued a warning to athletes and parents of athletes to tho

Mind and body rest tied to concussion healing: study

Among people who have suffered a concussion, taking a week off from nearly all mental and physical activity -- including television, talk

APP: Athletic Trainers are the First Line of Defense with High School Injuries

The Asbury Park Press (April 28, 2012) - When it comes to the role of athletic trainers in high schools, Eric Nussbaum asks a valid question.

“Would you send your kid to a pool or the beach without a lifeguard?” said the athletic trainer from Colts Neck High School and president of the Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey. “Why would you think about letting your kid participate in sports without proper supervision? We are the lifeguards of the sporting community.”

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Phil Hossler: Athletic trainers are at the forefront of sport safety initiatives

April is Youth Sports Safety month, and more than 38 million U.S. children and adolescents participate in sports each year.

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