Innovative project SHReds concussions and injuries in youth across Alberta – U Calgary News

Innovative project SHReds concussions and injuries in youth across Alberta – U Calgary News

by ahnationtalk on September 28, 202143 Views

Faculty of Kinesiology-led SHRed Mobile is part research lab, part interactive education and more

A team of researchers, led by UCalgary’s Carolyn Emery, unveiled the SHRed Mobile: a self-contained, converted recreation vehicle that will house equipment and Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre (SIPRC) staff and students to conduct sport-related concussion research, education, knowledge translation, and events across Alberta for youth.

The SHRed Mobile is supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation John R. Evans Leaders Fund, in alignment with the Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Concussion held by Dr. Emery, PhD. Emery is an epidemiologist and physiotherapist in the Faculty of Kinesiology who leads a pan-Canadian research program in sport-related concussion in youth spanning the evaluation of concussion risk factors, prevention strategies, mechanisms, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment to inform best practice and policy.

Read More: https://ucalgary.ca/news/innovative-project-shreds-concussions-and-injuries-youth-across-alberta-0

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