Concussions and its Consequences
Friday, November 16th  10:15-10:45
Speakers: Dr. Charles Tator, Director, Canadian Concussion Centre, Toronto Western Hospital
It is now apparent that the consequences of concussion can be long lasting, and that many aspects of PCS are treatable. Management of PCS must be individualized with recognition and accommodation for thresholds of exacerbation due to mental and physical activity. This session will be valuable for practicing physiatrists and those in training in this specialty.

Objectives: At the end of the session, the participants will be able to...
-- 1. Identify the consequences of concussion
-- 2. Treat postconcussion syndrome (PCS) patients
-- 3. Manage PCS headaches, vertigo, and mental health disorders
-- 4. Assist in primary, secondary and tertiary concussion prevention measures

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* 1. Please rate the session:

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The session met my expectations.
The audio visuals and related materials were well chosen and of good quality.
There was adequate time for questions/discussion and evaluation.
I gained new knowledge and skills.
The session was free from commercial bias.

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* 2. Please rate the speaker: Charles Tator

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The speaker demonstrated thorough knowledge about the topic and established a good rapport with the audience.
The objectives were adequately met and the speaker stimulated enthusiasm about the topic.
The speaker was well informed, spoke clearly, managed time well and answered questions satisfactorily (an overall assessment is requested).
The facilitator was prepared, managed time well and encouraged participation and evaluation.

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* 3. As a result of attending this session I am planning to:  (Check all that apply)

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* 4. Other comments/suggestions/topics for future meetings:

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