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Readability of Postconcussion Home Care Instructions

Kristen C. Schellhase, Andrew A. McIntosh, Isis I.A. Jennings-Collier, Madison D. Dininny, Richard I. Zraick, and L. Colby Mangum

relinquish care to a parent/guardian (or other designated adult) who is responsible for monitoring the patient. This caregiver must be able to recognize the delayed onset of symptoms that indicate a more serious brain injury that requires urgent referral (e.g., subdural hematoma and epidural hematoma). 1 , 2

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Caring Climate, Emotions, and Engagement in High School Physical Education

Kelly L. Simonton, Alex C. Garn, and Nicholas Washburn

is referred to as a “caring climate” ( Newland, Newton, Stark, Podlong, & Hall, 2017 ), which has been considered foundational to student engagement ( Hellison, 2011 ). In addition, student emotions, arising from socioemotional characteristics of the learning environment, are prerequisites for

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Transitioning Concussion Care to Mental Health Care: A Case Study of an Elite Athlete

Natalie S. Sherry, Abigail Feder, Raymond Pan, Shawn R. Eagle, and Anthony P. Kontos

Concussion Care Clinic The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sports Concussion Program is a multidisciplinary specialty clinic housed within the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (Sports Medicine) at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Our

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active@home: Investigating the Value of a Home Care Worker–Led Exercise Program for Older Adults With Complex Care Needs

Tim Henwood, Sharon Hetherington, Madeleine Purss, Kevin Rouse, Julie Morrow, and Michele Smith

Population aging, increasing disability, and prevalence of complex health conditions present many challenges for older people and place stress on healthcare system funding. When coupled with increasing care needs and the growth of the population aged 85 and older, projected Australian health care

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Associations Between Physical Activity Vital Sign in Patients and Health Care Utilization in a Health Care System, 2018–2020

Cindy Y. Lin, Trever J. Ball, Nicole L. Gentile, Valerie F. McDonald, and Andrew T. Humbert

Insufficient physical activity (PA) is one of the leading risk factors for all-cause mortality and common chronic diseases. Insufficient PA presents significant economic costs to countries and their health care systems globally. 1 , 2 Recent work found that physical inactivity presents a higher

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A Review of Research on Ethic of Care in Physical Education and Physical Activity Settings

Yilin Li and Weidong Li

Educational theorists consider that interpersonal interactions between teachers and students are the core of the teaching and learning ( Bruner, 1996 ; Dewey, 1963 ; Noddings, 1992 , 2002 , 2013 ). For example, Noddings ( 1992 ) argued, “caring is the very bedrock of all successful education (p

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Evaluating Primary Care Management of Acute Sport-Related Concussion

Michael J. Cools, Weston T. Northam, Michael Boyd, Andrew Alexander, Jason P. Mihalik, Kevin M. Guskiewicz, and Kevin A. Carneiro

Key Points ▸ Primary care providers (PCPs) are frequently first to evaluate children with sport-related concussion. ▸ PCPs often do not document important aspects of concussion evaluation. ▸ Further education of PCPs and decision tools are needed. Increased concussion awareness has been associated

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Perceptions of Self-Care and Work–Life Balance Among Secondary School Athletic Trainers

Stephanie M. Singe, Alexandrya H. Cairns, and Christianne M. Eason

work can help reduce stress, and self-care practices are about habits and behaviors that address one’s well-being and thus have implications for work–life balance. Self-care is defined by the World Health Organization as: “the ability of individuals, families, and communities to promote health, prevent

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Sports Participation and Health Care Costs in Older Adults Aged 50 Years or Older

Jamile S. Codogno, Henrique L. Monteiro, Bruna C. Turi-Lynch, Romulo A. Fernandes, Subhash Pokhrel, and Nana Anokye

Population aging, physical inactivity, and the increased occurrence of chronic diseases drive up public health care expenditures around the globe ( Chief Medical Officer Annual Report, 2009 ; Davis et al., 2014 ). Despite well-documented evidence on the significant health benefits of physical

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Pedometer Efficacy for Clinical Care in Pediatric Cardiology

Angelica Blais, Patricia E. Longmuir, and Jane Lougheed

Maintaining a physically active lifestyle throughout childhood is essential for childhood growth and development, quality of life, and peer socialization. It also supports long-term health and well-being. The promotion of physical activity is an important part of routine clinical care for all