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USCAH Events: Upcoming Webinars

The U.S. Council for Athletes' Health has three webinars scheduled over the next two weeks with the goal of promoting athlete health and safety best practices across all levels of sporting organizations. From youth to college and everything in between, USCAH's internal team of physicians and athletics healthcare professionals will, along with external experts, will hold discussions on timely topics in each area.

Wednesday, Feb. 9

Timely Health and Safety Topics for Your High School and Youth Athletes

For: Parents of youth and high school athletes


The expectations, time demands, and volume of athletic participation continues to increase annually for youth sports and into high school. The health and safety experts at the U.S. Council for Athletes' Health (USCAH) would like to engage the parents/guardians as a key stakeholder and advocate in their child's healthcare.

Please join us for a free and open to the public discussion that will address risk, education, and solutions for this athlete population and how you can be an advocate for your child with coaches and organizations. There will be a live Q&A and post webinar information on services and resources for the individual or for you to share with your club/organization.


Friday, Feb. 11

Covid-19 Implications in Club, Rec, Intramural and E Sports

For: Non-healthcare leaders and professionals in club, rec, intramural, and esports


The athletics healthcare experts at the U.S. Council for Athletes' Health will host a discussion focused directly on the implications of Covid-19 within the club, rec, intramural and esports spaces. 

Discussion is geared toward non-healthcare professionals in these areas and will touch on guidance for navigating testing, vaccination, quarantine, return to play and other recommended policies.

Please include any specific questions you have on this topic as part of your registration.


Thursday, Feb. 17

NCAA Constitution Updates and Creating an Environment for Athletes to Address Health and Safety Concerns

For: Athletics administrators, faculty athletics representatives, athletic trainers, and other invested parties


In Part II of the U.S. Council for Athletes' Health series on Reimagining Athletic Medicine & Student-Athlete Health and Welfare in 2022 and Beyond, our panel will look at how the new NCAA Constitution affects athlete health and safety.

Following the recent NCAA Convention and passing of a new constitution it is imperative that academic institutions and their athletic departments come together to support student athlete physical and mental health well-being.

We invite athletics administrators, faculty athletics representatives, athletic trainers, and other interested parties to take part in this interactive conversation that will reflect the following learning objectives:

  • Identifying the key stakeholders in student-athlete health and safety
  • Describing strategies to implement student athlete health and welfare changes specific to the new NCAA Constitution
  • Defining and discussing the role of the Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) specific to the new NCAA Constitution
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