Webinar Series

The Canadian Concussion Centre, Toronto Western Hospital, gratefully acknowledges the financial support of LiUNA (Laborers' International Union of North America) for their support of this webinar series.

The Canadian Concussion Centre is pleased to announce the continuation of its popular webinar series with new sessions starting September 12, 2023.

These webinars will occur bi-weekly from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm EST. All webinars will take place over Zoom and the recordings will be posted on YouTube.

Full list of the current and upcoming sessions:

Date Title Presenter Recording Additional Resources
September 12, 2023 Return to Athletics, Principles and Who To See Dr. Michael Hutchinson Video Link Presentation Slides
September 26, 2023 Return to School, Learning and Need for Accommodations Dr. Nick Reed Video Link Presentation Slides
October 10, 2023 Management of Insurance Dr. Carmela Tartaglia Video Link Presentation Slides
October 24, 2023 Prevention of Subsequent Concussions Drs. Stephanie Cowle & Firas Al Rawi Video Link Dr. Stephanie Cowle's Presentation Slides

Dr. Firas Al Rawi's Presentation Slides
November 7, 2023 Concussion Mythology and Non-Evidence Based Therapies Dr. Carmela Tartaglia Video Link Presentation Slides
November 21, 2023 Legal/Legislation/Guideline Issues Dr. Charles Tator & Mr. Patrick Brown, LLB Video Link Presentation Slides
December 5, 2023 Journey To Recovery Dr. Lesley Ruttan & Panel

Education and Support Workshops

In-person Education and Support Workshops entitled "When Symptoms of Single and Multiple Concussions Persist: An Education and Support Workshop" ran quarterly from May 2014 to November 2019. We transitioned to Virtual Education and Support Workshops in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch our previous workshop videos:

Patient Education

Managing Persistent Concussion Symptoms

Managing Persistent Concussion Symptoms is a guide for patients who have post-concussion symptoms. It includes information as well as strategies to help manage your symptoms and return to your normal daily routine.

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