Community Concussion Symposium, News (Guelph Girls Hockey Association)

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Feb 09, 2019 | Donna Harrington | 987 views
Community Concussion Symposium
Eramosaphysio is pleased to announce an event happening at the new University of Guelph's Event centre - Community Concussion Symposium on March 7th @ 7:00-8:30pm. 

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To register for this event visit www.uoguelph.ca/hpc or www.eramosaphysio.com 




Return to SPORT LIFE, moderated by our special guest Ben Fanelli.  If you don't know Ben's story, catch it on hometown hockey: https://vimeo.com/295029607Our panel includes Carol DeMatteo from McMaster University's CanChild Program, Dr Kristine Dalton from the University of Waterloo Optometry School and  Dr Margo Mountjoy & Brett Lyons from the Health and Performance Centre. 

The University of Calgary has also announced a FREE ONLINE CONCUSSION COURSE FOR ALL - to register: https://www.ucalgary.ca/knes/online-concussion-course      

Whether you have kids in sports or deal with concussion patients or employees - this is an event that will shed some light on management.
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