Research in Action Blog
It’s early November and time to give thanks to the schools, student clubs, and community leaders that organized activities during this year’s National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW). The week, which ran from October 20-26, spurred thousands of schools and communities across the country to use NTDSW as a platform for promoting teen driver safety.
Although well-intentioned, helmets and playing/practice standards such as hit counts have jumped ahead of the science in concussion prevention. This and other topics are covered in release of the Institute of Medicine’s report on youth sports-related concussion, released today.