Immediate Care in Rugby (ICIR) Level 2 Participant Registration
Date/Time:11/16/2019 - 11/17/2019
Organizer:USA Rugby
Clinic Details
 
Clinic Description

**Registration closes on Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 at 11:00 am MST**

In rugby there is recognised risk of life threatening trauma or of medical emergency during match play or training activities. Stakeholders are in agreement that optimising pitch side immediate trauma and medical care is a cornerstone of its injury risk management programme and there is therefore a well-defined need for doctors and physiotherapists and other health professionals looking after players and teams to be personally equipped with the skills and the equipment required to enable the delivery of immediate care at the pitch side. Not only do these professionals need to be prepared for match/event days but also to work at training grounds where injuries or medical problems may occur.

The aim of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills of field of play practitioners, standardising their approach, assessment and delivery of care to players. Candidates experience multi-modality positive learning by an experienced faculty from the field of pre hospital care and sports medicine. Candidates will be assessed to ensure adequate transference of knowledge and skills to enable them to deliver the care required.

Location & Contact Information
Facility:MOTION Sports Medicine - Midtown East
160 East 56th Street
New York City, NY  10022
Course Host:Irene Lee
Email:
Phone:609-933-0054
 
Other Information/Notes:

**Registration closes on Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 at 11:00 am MST**

In rugby there is recognised risk of life threatening trauma or of medical emergency during match play or training activities. Stakeholders are in agreement that optimising pitch side immediate trauma and medical care is a cornerstone of its injury risk management programme and there is therefore a well-defined need for doctors and physiotherapists and other health professionals looking after players and teams to be personally equipped with the skills and the equipment required to enable the delivery of immediate care at the pitch side. Not only do these professionals need to be prepared for match/event days but also to work at training grounds where injuries or medical problems may occur.

The aim of this course is to enhance the knowledge and skills of field of play practitioners, standardising their approach, assessment and delivery of care to players. Candidates experience multi-modality positive learning by an experienced faculty from the field of pre hospital care and sports medicine. Candidates will be assessed to ensure adequate transference of knowledge and skills to enable them to deliver the care required.

Participant Registration
 

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