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Concussion Recovery & Resource Project

About the Concussion Recovery & Resource Project

The primary goal of the project is to develop an experiential, interdisciplinary program that supports the missions of Sacramento State as an Anchor University and the College of Health and Human Services Center for Health Practice Policy and Research to impact community health by promoting collaboration, inter-disciplinary practice, and innovation to reduce health inequities in California’s capital region. while fostering student learning and facilitating student engagement within and across Colleges of the University, with the following objectives:

  • Disseminate content of concussion-related topics to students so they can describe, discuss, and create educational content which reflects best practice for the medical and rehabilitative management of individuals following concussion
  • Improve student engagement within and across Colleges of Sacramento State to address the needs of the public with respect to a major public health issue
  • Dispel public misconceptions of concussion-related topics
  • Address gaps in knowledge of healthcare providers in the community who provide medical and rehabilitative care for individuals who have sustained a concussion/mTBI

Dr. Joyce Mikal-Flynn, Anatomy of a Survivor