The Datalys Center is an independent 501(c)3 provider of epidemiological research services. Our core competency is in the management and reporting of multiyear, multicenter injury surveillance programs. In addition, we also conduct a variety of other short and long-term research projects.
For more information on our ongoing injury surveillance programs, click the links below. For more information regarding ongoing short- and long-term research projects, please contact us at email@example.com.
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION INJURY SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM (NCAA ISP)
Ongoing since 1983 and managed by the Datalys Center since 2009, the NCAA ISP is sponsored by the NCAA.
HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL ATHLETIC TREATMENT, INJURY, AND OUTCOMES NETWORK SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM (NATION-SP)
Ongoing since 2010, NATION-SP is sponsored by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research and Education Foundation and BioCrossroads of Indiana.
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTING INFORMATION ONLINE (HIGH SCHOOL RIOTM)
Ongoing since 2005 and managed by the Datalys Center since 2019, High School RIO is sponsored by the National Federation of State High School Associations.
PROJECT CONCUSSION ASSESSMENT RESEARCH AND EDUCATION (CARE)
Ongoing since 2014, the Datalys Center operates as a subcontractor of Indiana University with funding from the Department of Defense and the NCAA.
CONSORTIUM FOR CATASTROPHIC INJURY MONITORING IN SPORT
As a member of this consortium, the Datalys Center provides support for the National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research (NCCSIR).
Injury and illness surveillance is the first step in the prevention process, and injury and illness prevention is the first domain identifiedin the BOC Athletic Trainers’ Role Delineation Study. The Datalys Center and Athletic Trainers work together to describe injury patterns in sports ranging from 5 year olds through college participation. None of the Datalys Center’s injury surveillance programs would be possible without the selfless support of countless athletic trainers across the youth, high school and collegiate levels of sport.
Contributing data is easier than ever in the 40+ years history of injury surveillance. Gone are the days of entering injury information once for the Athletic Trainers record keeping purposes and also for the injury surveillance program. Datalys created a system that can simply extract common data elements from one of several certified Electronic Health Record applications. This allows Athletic Trainers to document injuries and illness as part of their normal clinical practice eliminating the need to double-enter data for purposes of injury surveillance.
Athletic Trainers interested in injury and illness and prevention can contact the Datalys Center for opportunities to participate in our youth, high school or collegiate injury surveillance programs. firstname.lastname@example.org or toll free at 855-832-4222.
There are several benefits for participation in our High School and NCAA Injury Surveillance Programs.