Program and Facility Emergencies in Youth Sports, Part II: Dealing with the Event

Gershom, Richard; Peer, Kimberly
October 2008
Sport Journal;Oct2008, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p1
Academic Journal
The article offers information on how to deal with emergencies in youth sports. It states that dealing with emergencies needs enough preparation and planning to ensure prompt resolution of the event. It mentions that an important aspect of caring for an injured athlete is familiarity with the athlete's medical history and condition. Aside from familiarity with the health condition of each athlete, the article emphasizes the importance of having appropriate emergency medical supplies.


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