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NCT03034720 : Collaborative Care Model for the Treatment of Persistent Symptoms After Concussion Among Youth
AgesMin: 11 Years Max: 18 Years
Inclusion Criteria:

- English speaking male and female sports-injured adolescents

- ages 11-18

- health care provider diagnosed concussion and with = 3 HBI symptoms that have endured
or worsened for at least 1-month but less than 9 months since injury will be included
in the investigation.

Exclusion Criteria:

- Adolescents who require immediate intervention (e.g., acute suicidal ideation) will be

- Adolescents whose parents report that their child has ever had a diagnosis of
schizophrenia or psychosis will be excluded from the study.

- Adolescents whose parents report concerns about their child's ability to communicate
may be excluded from the study (pending consult with PIs).

- Adolescents who have suffered spinal cord or other severe injuries that prevent
participation will be excluded from the study.

- Adults unable to consent are not included in this research

- Adolescents and parents who do not read and speak English will not be included

- Wards of the state are not included in this research

- Pregnant women are not included in this research

- Prisoners are not included in this research
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