HIPRC core member, Stan Herring, MD and HIPRC research scientist Brianna Mills, MA, PhD, will be presenting at this year’s 2021 NATA Spine Injury in Sports Conference. Their on-demand educational presentation, titled, “Achieving Consensus on Prehospital Care of the Injured Athlete With a Suspected Catastrophic Cervical Spine Injury, (I, II, III),” will cover a session on care for athletes with a suspected spine injury. This event is virtual, April 26- May 25, 2021.
Dr. Herring will also be a part of the Q&A session with other specialists in the field 10a-11a (PST) Wednesday, May 12. These live, one-hour chats are designed to allow the attendee to engage with members of the Spine Injury in Sport Group within a setting-specific conversation. Attendees are encouraged to watch the on-demand education prior to these events and to engage in the discussion and Q&A sessions.
Click this link for the NATA Spine Injury in Sports Conference 2021 Program.
The 2021 NATA Spine Injury in Sports Conference was developed by the Spine Injury in Sport Group to share advances in research that have paved the way for improvements in prevention and best practices in the management of acute spinal injury.
On-demand access to 9 hours of Category A CEUs for 30 days (4/26 – 5/25)
On-demand access to Group networking (text or video chat) for 30 days (4/26 – 5/25)
Scheduled Specialist Chats and Peer Chats (5/10 – 5/12)