What You Need to Know About Concussions: The Invisible Injury

Saturday, February 26, 2022 - 9:00am


What you should know about concussions: Professional Perspectives on the Invisible Injury.  A virtual seminar on February 26, 2022 at 9:00am. Listen live to experts in the field to find out how you can help student-athletes understand and address concussions. The general public is encouraged to attend to increase their concussion awareness.   Register early for this free event co-hosted by the CSUN Alumni Association and various alumni chapters. 

Sports-related concussions propose a significant health risk to student-athletes but are called an “invisible injury” because signs and symptoms may not be obvious.  Find out what you should know about concussions during a free virtual seminar presented on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 9am.  The general public is encouraged to attend the live event featuring CSUN alumni and experts in the field to gain knowledge, awareness, and insights on this important topic. Registration is required and spaces are limited. 

The featured interprofessional panel will discuss the physical, cognitive, socio-emotional and sleep aspects of concussions. They include the head sports doctor for CSUN athletics Dr. Eric Sletten; certified athletic trainer Brittany Bingham; speech-language pathologists, Dr. Felicia Conlan, Dr. Lisa D’Angelo (Sacramento State) and Dr. Nancy Cohick (CSULA); performance coach Aaron Weinstein; attorney David Bobrosky '95, and certified radiologic technologist Lisa Naugle '89.

 This collaborative event is co-hosted by several CSUN Alumni chapters including the Communication Disorders and Sciences, Education, Radiologic Sciences, Public Health and Attorney Networking Group.  Seminar participants may offer a donation to the CSUN Alumni scholarship fund for students.