The Datalys Center has the capability of managing several programs simultaneously. Each program is assigned a program manager who oversees the successful execution of the program. Current programs include the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association National Athletic Treatment, Injury and Outcomes Network (NATA NATIONTM), and another that will include youth athletes from ages 7-14 years. The NCAA Injury Surveillance Program has been conducted by the Datalys Center since 2009, but has been ongoing since 1982 and is one of the most comprehensive injury surveillance systems in existence. The NATA NATION program leverages many of the methodologies used by the NCAA program, but also includes the collection of treatment and health outcomes data. The youth sport injury study is designed to compare existing playing standards with the ultimate goal of making the sport safer, and will include one of the most comprehensive assessments of concussions in youth sports to date. To learn more about each of these program, follow the links below.
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