Pressure on Sports Medicine Clinicians to Prematurely Return Collegiate Athletes to Play After Concussion.

@article{Kroshus2015PressureOS,
  title={Pressure on Sports Medicine Clinicians to Prematurely Return Collegiate Athletes to Play After Concussion.},
  author={Emily Kroshus and Christine M. Baugh and Daniel H. Daneshvar and Julie M. Stamm and Russell Laursen and Sydney Bryn Austin},
  journal={Journal of athletic training},
  year={2015},
  volume={50 9},
  pages={
          944-51
        }
}
CONTEXT Anecdotal and qualitative evidence has suggested that some clinicians face pressure from coaches and other personnel in the athletic environment to prematurely return athletes to participation after a concussion. This type of pressure potentially can result in compromised patient care. OBJECTIVE To quantify the extent to which clinicians in the collegiate sports medicine environment experience pressure when caring for concussed athletes and whether this pressure varies by the… CONTINUE READING
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