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Int J Sports Sci Coach. 2010 Mar 1;5(1):1-12.

Online training in sports concussion for youth sports coaches.

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Oregon Center for Applied Science, Inc. 260 East 11 Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401 aglang@orcasinc.com.

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to evaluate ACTive: Athletic Concussion Training using Interactive Video Education, an interactive e-learning program designed to train community coaches of youth ages 10-18 in effective sports concussion prevention and management practices. Seventy-five youth sports coaches from across the country completed the study over the Internet. Results of a randomized control trial demonstrated significant differences between treatment and control participants on measures of (a) knowledge about sports concussion, management, and prevention; (b) attitudes about the importance of preventing sports concussion; and (c) intention and self-efficacy in sports concussion management and prevention. The results suggest that ACTive is an effective method of training youth sports coaches who are in an important position to reduce risks associated with sports concussion.

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