Concussion Summit registration now open

Now in its seventh year, the 2018 Concussion Summit, presented by the Queen's Center for Sports Medicine, will cover a range of topics including implementation of Return to Learn and early Return to Activity, as well as early specialization in sports, overuse injuries and possible preventative measures.

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Concussion Basics

What is a concussion?

Dr. Jennifer King defines what a concussion is and provides some common symptoms to be aware of if a concussion is suspected. » learn more


Information Center


HCAMP BrainSpace is an information and resource portal for Students, Parents, Athletes, Coaches and Educators. Select a concussion training course from the options below to begin.

High schools

Designed for coaches, officials, and other stakeholders. Completion of this training course fufills the HHSAA requirement for concussion awareness.

High schools

Youth/Community

Provides information and training for coaches, educators, officials, and other stakeholders involved in youth leagues and community organizations.

Youth/Community

Parents

For parents of athletes from youth leagues through high school, providing information on the nature and recovery process surrounding concussions.

Parents

For Educators

Designed to provide educators of all grade levels information on the nature and recovery process surrounding concussions, with a focus on Return to Learn.

Elementary School (K-5)

For faculty and staff working with students in Kindergarten through fifth grade.

Elementary School (K-5)

Middle School (6-8)

For faculty and staff working with students in sixth through eighth grade.

Middle School (6-8)

High School (9-12)

For faculty and staff working with students in ninth through twelfth grade.

High School (9-12)


Videos

What is HCAMP?
What is a concussion?
Recovering from a concussion
Jaime Higa
Rachel Kawakami
Cole Obana
Dayna Sur