Event Overview

Essentials Webinar Series is a programme of 1.5 hour webinars – broadcast live – providing expert specialist clinical training and essential information. These webinars are recorded live and are available for delegates to access freely for six months after the webinar date.

This webinar will consider the protocols for managing sport-related concussion and post-concussion syndrome including addressing return to school and work and how to support patients in their recovery.

Concussion awareness, and therefore, diagnosis is on the rise. It’s the most common reported injury in rugby alone. With new sporting governing body and government guidance on management in non-elite sport, it is only natural that GPs will be seeing this more in their consultation rooms, be sure to be equipped with the latest advice.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognising and managing sports related head injury with or without loss of consciousness and subsequent concussion in the short and long term
  • Review the emerging evidence on sport related concussion and the post-concussion protocols for patients and athletes including return to sport, school and work
  • Understand how to support patients with post-concussion syndrome and when to refer for specialist intervention
  • Identify any proven long term risks with sport related concussion


Dr Emily Player, East Anglia faculty Educational Lead


Speakers: Dr Sarah Dyche, GPwER in MSK & Sport and Exercise Medicine


AiT rate – £15
Members rate – £20
Non-members rate – £30