In the heat of the game, see how one team demonstrates maturity when confronted with a potential concussion for one of their fellow athletes.
Developing and maintaining strong partnerships both on and off campus are essential for your department's support for the safety of its program participants.
As the NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council enters its second year of work, we hope to assist members with the development and evaluation of concussion policies, procedures, and resources.
NIRSA partner SportRisk can help campus recreation professionals address concussions liability—and address the key recommendations outlined in Rowan’s Law, recently enacted legislation in Ontario.
A longtime NIRSA partner, SportRisk has delivered quality risk management assessment and training tools to NIRSA schools for many years.
NIRSA has recognized the need for the profession to identify best practices that mitigate these risks and enhance the safety of student participation.
In the aftermath of recent hurricanes, NIRSA members have supported various relief initiatives, with some schools serving as shelters, collecting supplies, or setting up dedicated relief funds.
The NIRSA Board of Directors recently established and appointed a Concussion Advisory Council and their work is already underway.
The NIRSA Policy & Legislation Committee provides members with information about policies and legislation that may affect their campuses. See what they've focused on in 2016-2017.
The early bird deadline to register for this focused professional development event is Wednesday, May 10. Register today and save big!