Concussion App Giveaway – Week Two Question Update


In recognition of Athletic Training Month and Brain Injury Awareness Month, PAR Inc. has teamed up with us to give you a chance to win a concussion app of your choice (descriptions below) each week through the month of March.  Not only is March known for these two great programs; we also have come to know March as a time for college basketball.

With this in mind each week there will be a question/guess asked of you pertaining to college basketball and the closest to the answer will win the app of their choice.  No worries, you will also have an opportunity to do well in the brackets of March Madness and win the app as well.

Week Three – Deadline March 22nd 4:00pm PDT:

Who will have the largest winning margin over the weekend? (1st TB is who they played, 2nd TB is who has lowest winning margin)

Send via tweet, email, or comment section…

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Week Two – Deadline March 15th10:30 PDT:

How many wins will 9-16 seeds get Thurs through Sunday (1st tiebreaker the highest (16 being the highest) seed to win in round 1, 2nd TB is highest seed to win in round two) – example: 16, 11, 4

Send in via tweet, email, or in the comment section…

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Week One – Deadline March 9th 12:00pm PST:

Name the winner of the B1G Ten Conference Tournament (1st tiebreaker is total points in the final, second tiebreaker is opponent) – example Illinois 54 – Northwestern 52, or Illinois, 106, Northwestern…

Send it in via tweet, comment section or email, and good luck!

Rules:

  1. Follow TCB on Twitter @concussionblog (not required but you will be notified faster)
  2. Send in your answers/guesses by specified deadline
  3. If you choose…  set up your bracket at Yahoo! through this LINK (pw=tcb)
  4. If you win choose which app and send that information to theconcussionblog@comcast.net

Yup it is that simple…  Good Luck…

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Here is the description of the apps;

We have two great concussion tools that can help provide a comprehensive concussion incident strategy for schools or athletic teams. One of our apps was created for parents and coaches, and the other for individuals with medical training.

The Concussion Recognition & Response is an excellent app for parents and coaches. The CRR provides a sign and symptom checklist, concussion information, symptom monitoring, post-injury guidance, and the ability to email reports to others. It was designed with parents and coaches in mind so it has great information that they would need to ensure that their child or athlete receives the right care. This app is intended for people who do not have medical training but still would like proper guidance on recognizing the signs and symptoms of a concussion.

The Concussion Assessment & Response is another app we have developed, but it is geared to Athletic Trainers and medical professionals. The CARE provides the ability to document an athlete’s injury and guides the user through questions that help determine the severity of their injury. It also provides the Sideline Assessment of Concussion, Balance Error Scoring System, and Graded Symptom Checklist all in electronic form. The CARE is an excellent way to document injuries and provide baseline test scores for athletes prior to injury.

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3 thoughts on “Concussion App Giveaway – Week Two Question Update

  1. Dustin Fink March 8, 2012 / 20:11

    Week One…

    @mbummer14 = tOSU 72 – MSU 65
    @nowakowski – Indiana (of course)
    @JodiATC = Michigan State
    @tcbaldwin = IU 75 – tOSU 69

  2. Dustin Fink March 15, 2012 / 08:51

    Week 2

    @tcbaldwin – 9, 14, 13
    @concussionblog – 10, 13, 12
    NS – 8, 12, 12

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