Tool! “Virtual Care Exam Training Resource

Tool 15.3: Virtual Care Exam Training Resource. A training manual to assist front-line healthcare professionals who are caring for patients that cannot be seen in person or have already had an in-person assessment and require follow-up. Please see “Recent Clinical Guideline Updates” for more information about how this tool was reviewed and selected for inclusion in the guideline by our expert panel.

2021- Publications

Key recommendations for general pediatricians and family doctors: Published May 2021

Guideline knowledge translation research: Published May 2021

         

Resources for Youth (Released May 2021)

In collaboration with youth who have experienced concussion, we have developed two resources that share information about what to do if you have a concussion and how to approaching returning to school after concussion. These two resources have been designed for use by youth and offer a series of recommendations to help children and adolescents with concussion recover safely and return to school and other activities that they enjoy.

 

Clinical Recommendations: Telemedicine and Virtual Care Concussion Considerations : Released March 2021

We are pleased to share a new set of clinical recommendations for health care professionals that includes considerations for telemedicine and virtual concussion care.

Family Version of the Guideline- English and French

Twitter:

Please follow us on twitter @PedsConcussion.

Tweets with information pertaining to the Living Guideline will be shared with the following hashtag:

#PedsConcussion

#ConcussionMyth
FACT http://www.pedsconcussion.com/domain/2/#rec-200
Risk modifiers that may delay recovery
👉♀️sex/older age
👉migraine/mental health/learning difficulty/SES
👉symptom burden/VOM/tandem stance/preinjury
👉past concussion recovery
High risk? Refer early➡️interdisciplinary concussion team

#pediatric #concussion myths!

Fact or Myth #2: “Younger children take longer to recover from concussions, compared with older teens.“
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=83&v=xFAbesfebhI&feature=emb_title

Thanks to @PedsConcussion co-lead Dr. Roger Zemek
@CHEO and @SIRCtweets for preparing these videos!

PedsConcussion@PedsConcussion

Let's highlight #pediatric #concussion myths!

Day 1: See video from @PedsConcussion co-lead Dr. Roger Zemek @CHEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cbmi294cjg&t=18s

Fact or Myth #1: “Following concussion youth may safely resume physical activity ONLY once they are symptom-free.“
video credit: @SIRCtweets

🚩James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership Survey to identify the top 10 #Concussion research areas. Share with youth, families, friends, teachers, coaches, and healthcare professionals managing concussion

👉Have your say in the future directions of concussion research!

Concussion Priority Setting Partnership@concussionpsp1

Are you living with a #concussion? Tell us which questions about #concussion are most important to you. Take this quick survey: https://redcap.cheori.org/surveys/index.php?s=FDEFTHCYAC

🚩New Resource Alert: #LivingGuideline🚩

http://www.pedsconcussion.com/virtualconcussionexammanual

Virtual Concussion Exam: A training manual to assist front-line healthcare professionals who are caring for patients that cannot be seen in person or have already had an in-person assessment & require followup

PedsConcussion@PedsConcussion

Deciding which #concussion patients would benefit from virtual care or telemedicine?
👀#PedsConcussion #LivingGuideline domain15 & clinical algorithm. Recommendations were developed in collaboration with 45 experts from 🇨🇦& 🇺🇸 and are updated every 6m
https://pedsconcussion.com/section/a/#domain-telemedicine-and-virtual-concussion-care 1/

#ConcussionMyth

FACT: See @PedsConcussion Rec# 2.3b: 24-48 hours after a concussion, activities that pose no/low risk of sustaining a concussion and do not worsen symptoms should be resumed even if mild or residual symptoms are present..."
https://pedsconcussion.com/domain/2/#rec-614

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