The first in a two-part series, this special issue of JCSP covers
recent developments in research and clinical management of sport
concussion, presenting the latest best-practice approaches to the
management of cerebral concussion in sport.
Clinical Best Practices for Assessment and Management of Sport-Related Concussion: Part 1 of the Special Series
Lynda Mainwaring and Max Trenerry, Guest Co-Editors
Over the past 15 years, the study and management of sport concussion have united many scientists and practitioners, resulting in the recent Zurich consensus statement of evidence-based guidelines for the management of sport concussion. This special issue of the Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, the first in a two-part series that focuses on recent developments in research and clinical management of sport concussion, presents the latest best-practice approaches to the management of cerebral concussion in sport. International experts review topics relevant to practitioners who work with athletes vulnerable to or recovering from cerebral concussion. The second special issue will review issues related to examining the nature, impact, and clinical management of cerebral concussions in the sport milieu. Authors with extensive experience in research on sport concussion contribute to each issue. This special series from JCSP presents information for those who are involved with clinical management of concussed athletes and serves as a review for those who are well informed on the topic and work within a science-practitioner model.
The Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology (JCSP) is the only journal to promote the understanding and advancement of the integration of clinical, counseling, and sport psychology. JCSP stimulates thought, promotes empirical investigation, and disseminates scientifically informed knowledge related to the comprehensive psychological care and well-being of athletes, coaches, and sport organizations. For more information, visit www.JCSP-Journal.com.
Introduction to the Special Issue on Sport Concussion: Clinical Best Practices for Assessment and Management
Lynda Mainwaring and Max Trenerry
Cerebral Concussion in Sport: An Overview
Ruben J. Echemendia
A Model of Current Best Practice for Managing Sports Concussion in University Athletes: The University of Toronto Approach
Paul Comper, Michael Hutchison, Doug Richards, and Lynda Mainwaring
Examining Emotional Sequelae of Sport Concussion
Lynda Mainwaring, Michael Hutchison, Paul Comper, and Doug Richards
The Concussion Clinic: A Practical, Evidence-Based Model for Assessment and Management of Sport-Related Concussion
Michael McCrea and Matthew R. Powell
Sport Concussion Education and Prevention