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HOCKEY CANADA CONCUSSION TOOLBOX
Submitted By Sean Wheatley on Friday, September 08, 2017
Welcome to the Hockey Canada Concussion Toolbox. Hockey Canada through its Members continues to ensure a safe and fun environment for all of its players. An important component of injury prevention is addressing concussions in sport and providing the information required to prevent, recognize and incorporate a responsible return to play protocol if a concussion is suspected.

The Berlin Consensus statement on concussion in sport has identified changes to concussion management and we are pleased to introduce you to information on the Berlin Consensus statement and to the revised Hockey Canada materials based on these changes. We urge all players, parents, coaches, safety people, trainers, officials and administrators to become familiar with the information presented here as well as with your Member and Minor Hockey Association information related to this very important topic.

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