Emergency action plans for interscholastic activities are a current focus in West Virginia.
The West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission Sports Medicine Committee recently met to continue discussing health- and safety-related issues for student-athletes in member high and middle schools.
The committee consisting of medical doctors, certified athletic trainers, physical therapists and chiropractors meets several times each year.
The SSAC has been a national leader in developing the return-to-play protocol for athletes who have been identified with signs or symptoms of a concussion.
The committee has turned its attention to developing a template for schools to review their emergency action plans during interscholastic activities.
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