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Training & Resources

Learn about Concussion Injuries


An assessment of current concussion identification and diagnosis methods in sports settings: a systematic review

Focused on current diagnoses of concussion.

Nutritional interventions to support acute mTBI recovery

Nutrition interventions in the chronic phase of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI): a systematic review

Plain Language Summary: Review of the current side-line methods used to detect concussion in sport settings

Systematic Review Search Protocol


Training Guide for Vocational Education and Training (VET) Providers

Designed for VET educators on the current knowledge and understanding of concussion across all sports (informed by the findings of O1).

Heads Up Podcast

Created by: Ed Daly

The Heads-Up Podcast includes a series of interviews with ex-professional and elite players (male and female) and coaches about concussion in contact sports. The podcasts dicsuss their early careers and very open commentary about the realities of professional contact sports (namely rugby). Heads-Up discusses insights into injury (specifically concussion), how they managed then and how they continue to manage with life after a professional career. The players and coaches offer insights into the culture around the game, their concussion experiences and their observations on player welfare, protective equipment and law changes to the game.

What is concussion?

Complete Concussion Management President and CEO, Dr. Cameron Marshall, explains what a concussion is.

Concussion organisations

Headway is an Irish registered charity and an internationally accredited brain injury services organisation that supports adults (18+) who are affected by brain injury.
The Concussion Legacy Foundation supports athletes, Veterans, and all affected by concussions and CTE.