SURVEY ON CONCUSSIONS IN THE INTERNATIONAL FRANCOPHONIE
Access the questionnaire (in French): https://www.sondageonline.com/s/686f7b1
As a member of the French-speaking Olympic Sports Medicine Research Network (ReFORM for Réseau Francophone Olympique de la Recherche en Médecine du sport), INS Québec is leading a major research project as part of an investigation into the knowledge of the problem of concussions in sport at all levels.
Members of the sports community are invited to participate in this survey by completing an anonymous online questionnaire (approximately 15 minutes). The objective of this questionnaire is to assess the state of knowledge on the management of concussions (diagnosis, treatment, return to the field) within the Francophonie. This inventory will then make it possible to adapt the training programs to meet the needs identified locally.
Who can answer the questionnaire?
- Athletes (any sport, any level)
- Health professionals involved in the follow-up of athletes (physical doctor, sports doctor, pulmonologist, cardiologist, neurologist, neurosurgeon, neuropsychologist, physiotherapist / physiotherapist, sports psychologist / mental coach, etc.)
- Sports trainers
- Physical trainers / sports therapists
Athletes must be over 14 years old to complete this questionnaire. For other categories, you must be over 25 years old.
How to participate?
You will not need more than 15 minutes to complete the questionnaire. No data identifying respondents will be collected (example: name, date of birth / age, address, professional background, etc.).
Access the questionnaire (In French): https://www.sondageonline.com/s/686f7b1
The French-speaking Olympic Sports Medicine Research Network (Réseau Francophone Olympique de la Recherche en Médecine du sport) brings together five French-speaking countries France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Canada (Québec). The Network’s mission is to improve knowledge, professional development and clinical applications of injury prevention issues within the Francophonie in order to improve the health of athletes.
ReFORM obtained recognition from the International Olympic Committee as a Research Center for Injury Prevention and Protection of Athlete Health in December 2018.
For more information on ReFORM: Website