With a return to sport on the horizon, COVID-19 has placed a timestamp on athletic institutions to update policies and procedures for their athletes and staff as a way of accommodating this “new normal.”
As you return back to campus post-COVID you need to answer the following questions:
The U.S. Council for Athletes’ Health (USCAH) has made it their mission to help athletic organizations prioritize strategic, third-party educational support and attention to athletic healthcare and safety. This effort has led to a new way to deliver healthcare education to athletes through assessments, training, third-party support, and access to 30+ intentionally crafted Educational Learning Modules (ELMs).
"The way that things have been done in the past [in the athlete health and safety space] are going to have to be reexamined and reimagined moving forward," - Dr. Chad Asplund, sports medicine expert & immediate past president of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
What Should My Institution's "Return to Campus" Plan Look Like?
Education and understanding are never more critical than in times of crisis, which is why personnel restrictions and programming limitations should not hold you back.
In an effort to increase awareness and decrease transmission among athletic organizations, USCAH has added COVID-19-specific ELMs to their already extensive library of ELM’s. With access to the COVID-19 in Sport: Fundamental Facts electronic learning modules, you will:
At this time USCAH is offering athletic organization’s access to the four COVID-19 modules for only $2.00 per user or $750.00 per organization for unlimited users.
Contact the USCAH team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on partner pricing and sign up details.