Concussion education clinic set for March 1

Hawaii Concussion Awareness and Management Program (HCAMP) will be hosting a Concussion Education and Awareness Clinic at the Campbell High School cafeteria on March 1, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Rachel Coel from the Queen's Center for Sports Medicine will speak on concussion recognition, return to play and return to learn protocols, as well as on concussion cases in Hawaii.

Youth and high school coaches, parents, officials, educators, healthcare professionals and any other interested individuals are welcome to attend.

After the clinic, pre-registered participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

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