Brain 101: What’s a Concussion

An animated, informative video that provides an overview of what a concussion is, signs and symptoms and emphasizes the importance of working together to recognize, respond and report concussions.

CTV Concussion Special - Dr. Blaine Hoshizaki

University of Ottawa professor Dr. Blaine Hoshizaki discusses his research into concussion. Includes a recreation of the Sidney Crosby hit and helmet technology.

Concussions: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

Test your knowledge in this video, with expert answers from neurosurgeon Dr. Charles Tator of the Canadian Sports Concussion Project and TSN analyst and CFL Hall of Famer Matt Dunigan whose career was ended by concussions.

Concussion 101: A Primer for Kids and Parents

A whiteboard video providing an overview of concussion including cause, signs and symptoms and recovery.

Concussion 101: Symptoms, Risk and Return to Play

Concussion experts discuss signs and symptoms of concussion and what you can do to help prevent head injuries.

Concussions and Female Athletes

Leading experts, athletes and coaches provide an overview of concussion with a focus on female athletes including causes, recovery and prevention.

Concussions in Teens – Teenology 101

Provides an overview on how you get a concussion and what signs and symptoms to look for.

Explain It To Me: Concussions

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the physiology of concussions and the long-term effects of suffering one.

Pediatric Concussions: Early Recognition and Treatment

A parent, child and doctors provide helpful information for detecting and treating concussions in kids to help prevent long term impact.

The Truth on Concussions: Mythbusters

Experts in the evaluation and treatment of concussions in children address some of the most common myths about concussions.