Concussion Guidelines for the Education Sector

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK (FSEM) is supporting new Concussion Guidelines for the Education Sector, produced by the Forum on Concussion in Sport and Physical Education in conjunction with the Sport and Recreational Alliance. The guidelines have been created in order to alleviate parental concerns around the safety of school sport and to ensure a consistent and suitable management protocol is available to those working with children in the education sector. The guidelines include the four principles of concussion management: RECOGNISE - REMOVE - RECOVER - RETURN #concussionguidelines

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Hidden Heath Threat

Physical inactivity is now a major cause of ill health in the UK, equivalent to smoking and alcohol abuse, it is also a much larger health threat than obesity and directly contributes to 1 in 6 deaths. Read the supporting evidence in our news release. Support our campaign for public health on social media #HiddenHealthThreat


Eight essential public health priorities - Making the Physically Active Choice


A fresh approach to healthcare and the prevention of illness on our Publications Page

Training and Assessment

Ultrasound Clinical Assessment is now available to our members click here

We offer a CESR application advice service for members click here

Other useful links -  Exercise for Life Booklet, Student Exercise Prescription Booklet, Appraisal & Revalidation, BASEM

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