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Research

We collaborate with public, private and educational institutions to further concussion research and patient care.

As one of the largest concussion databases in the world, the Complete Concussion Management Electronic Medical Record (EMR) System presents a unique opportunity to develop, lead, and publish a broad range of impactful large-scale observational cohort and longitudinal studies, which will help guide the future of concussion treatment, management and research.

Our clinical network collects, stores and categorizes de-identified concussion records, multimodal baseline testing results, rehabilitation and treatment outcomes, and various other data. This technology allows researchers to perform large scale studies with very minimal effort and financial requirement.

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  • Research in Progress

    Predictors of Concussion Outcomes in Individuals with ADHD
    Authors: Maude Lambert, Cameron Marshall, Matthew Holahan
    In collaboration with: Carleton University, Canada

    Concussion profile analysis of active sports & recreational populations in Canada 
    Authors: Ed Daly, Lisa Ryan, Cameron Marshall
    In collaboration with: Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland

    Predictability of Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms Using Objective Aerobic Testing in Adolescent Athletes: A Cohort Study
    Authors: Rahim Lalji, Scott Howitt, Cameron Marshall, et al.
    In collaboration with: York University, Canada

    Baseline characteristics of athletes with sport-related concussion seeking multi-modal care: A cross-sectional study 
    Authors: Darrin Germann, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Carol Cancelliere, Cameron Marshall, Mohsen Kazemi
    In collaboration with: Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Canada

    Examining how time from sport-related concussion to initial assessment predicts return-to-play clearance time
    Authors: Taylor Pratile, Cameron Marshall, Carol DeMatteo
    In collaboration with: McMaster University, Canada

    Concussion Research
  • Future Collaborative Research

    CCMI collects de-identified data on our secure international concussion database, and have gathered hundreds of thousands of data points over the years. We are interested in utilizing this data to conduct projects in the following areas:

    • Concussion treatment and rehabilitation
    • Acute concussion management strategies (Return to Learn and/or Return to Play)
    • Physical exertion testing
    • Concussion baseline testing
    • Large scale epidemiological studies

    This is not an extensive list. Please inquire for other interests or additional information. We also partner with organizations to aid in patient acquisition for other projects.

    Concussion Research

Past Collaborative Research

Interaction between Age, Sex, and Mental Health status as precipitating Factors for Symptom Presentation in Concussed Individuals
The use of an intensive physical exertion test as a final return to play measure in concussed athletes: a prospective cohort
Lifetime prevalence of concussion among Canadian ice hockey players aged 10 to 25 years old, 2014 to 2017
Investigating Preseason symptoms of depression and concussion in adolescent athletes
The role of the cervical spine in post-concussion syndrome
Sports-related concussion: a narrative review of the literature