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In two earlier Play by the Rules articles, a call to action was made for governments to take a more proactive and coordinated role in addressing sport-related concussion concerns (Greenhow, Play by the Rules Magazine issue 22 and issue 29). The heightened risks associated with these concerns continue to attract attention in the media, sports administration, and medical research and clinical practice in Australia. From publicly available sources, the regulation of sport-related concussion remains one primarily entrusted to sporting organisations in Australia to self-regulate. But things appear to be shifting slowly, with governments starting to recognise the vital role they play.
|Number of pages||16|
|Journal||Play by the Rules|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2021|
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Roundtable: Professional Sport, Injury Insurance and Workers' Compensation
Annette Greenhow (Participant)9 Nov 2021
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Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association (External organisation)
Annette Greenhow (Board Member)Oct 2019 → …
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