With recent increased media coverage on concussions and their possible short- and long-term consequences, scrutiny on the management and prevention… Read more »
The Texas Sports Concussion Partnership (TSCP) exists to promote safe athletic play, prevent brain injury through education and public awareness, and to facilitate scientifically sound return to school and return to play guidelines.
The Texas Sports Concussion Partnership (TSCP) is a joint educational vehicle of the Texas State Athletic Trainers’ Association, HHSC office of Acquired Brain Injury, and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center’s Institute for Brain Injury and Repair (TIBIR).
Watch the videos in the multimedia section, ask questions, and browse our resources to learn more about HB2038 and safe athletic play.
This effort was supported by in part through a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Health Resources Administration (HRSA) HRSA Grant #H21MC06741, and the State of Texas.Download HB2038 (full text)
Inform. Educate. Prevent. Summit Goals: 1) to educate local health care providers and other related professionals about brain injury. 2)… Read more »
This last football season, 2015, I had an 8th grader and a 7th grader playing middle school football. Both playing… Read more »
Various tests are available to assist with evaluating whether a student has a concussion. This is an overview of some… Read more »
With over 3 million concussions occurring each year from sports such as football, ice hockey, soccer, and lacrosse, the role… Read more »