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Live Event! The 2019 Concussion Health Summit

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Join the Interdisciplinary Conversation!

In collaboration with Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas (DCMC), we are excited to announce that the 3rd Annual Concussion Health Summit will be held on Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20, 2019 at DCMC in Austin, Texas.

The two-day program encourages education and discussion, bringing together an influential array of experts, practitioners, and innovators from a range of specialties who will discuss the latest knowledge and technology regarding diagnosing and treating concussions.

By emphasizing the importance of an interdisciplinary approach, the Summit will address concussion management across the lifespan. Concussion management requires a network of specialty providers to ensure patients are accurately diagnosed and effectively treated.

The Program Planning Committee is assembling a faculty with renowned clinical experts to provide opportunities for approved continuing education. The material is presented in a manner to support evidence-based medicine and introduce critical thinking skills in the diagnostic process.

The Concussion Health Summit will also provide opportunities to network through social events and technical exhibits.

Sign up today and join the interdisciplinary conversation!

Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT
Co-Founder, 360 Neuro Health Institute
President, 360 Balance & Hearing Center
Concussion Health Summit Co-Chair

Mark A. Letendre, ATC
Director of Umpire Medical Services
Office of the Commissioner
Major League Baseball (MLB)
Concussion Health Summit Co-Chair


Submit Your Proposal!

Proposal Submission Deadline: May 31, 2019 at 11:59 PM (CST)

Proposals for educational sessions must be submitted online utilizing the form below. Accepted applicants will be notified by June 14, 2019. The decision as to whether or not a proposal is accepted, and the final content, format and scheduling of any presentation, rests with the programming committee.

If selected, the applicant must provide a 5 question and answer multiple-choice post-test for assessing learning. Each question must correspond with a learning objective. This post-test is required for Continuing Education Unit approval.

Selection of proposals will be based on the foundation in evidence, clarity of proposal, probable interest to participants, fiscal feasibility, and space and time constraints. Proposals should reflect cultural and/or ethical components related to clinical practice and research as related to session content. Proposals should be devoid of any promotional content.

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The Program Planning Committee is assembling a faculty with renowned clinical experts to provide opportunities for approved continuing education. The material is presented in a manner to support evidence-based medicine and introduce critical thinking skills in the concussion management process.


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If you sign up now, you'll save $75 on your ticket! Regular ticket price is $300. Sign up today and secure your spot! Remember, 360 Neuro Health Subscribers receive a 50% discount on all live events.


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Frequently Asked Questions


When and where will The Concussion Health Summit be held?
The Concussion Health Summit will be held on ​October 19 & 20, 2019 in Austin, Texas at Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas. (DCMC). DCMC is located at 4900 Mueller Blvd, Austin, Texas 78723.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What is the deadline to submit a proposal?
The deadline to submit a proposal is May 31, 2019 at 11:59 PM (CST). Proposals for educational sessions must be submitted online utilizing the form below. Accepted applicants will be notified by June 14, 2019. The decision as to whether or not a proposal is accepted, and the final content, format and scheduling of any presentation, rests with the programming committee. If selected, the applicant must provide a 5 question and answer multiple-choice post-test for assessing learning. Each question must correspond with a learning objective. This post-test is required for Continuing Education Unit approval. Selection of proposals will be based on the foundation in evidence, clarity of proposal, probable interest to participants, fiscal feasibility, and space and time constraints. Proposals should reflect cultural and/or ethical components related to clinical practice and research as related to session content. Proposals should be devoid of any promotional content.