His primary areas of study are Concussion, Physical therapy, Injury prevention, Sports medicine and Athletes. Specifically, his work in Concussion is concerned with the study of Second-impact syndrome. His research in Physical therapy intersects with topics in Prospective cohort study, Risk factor, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Unconsciousness.
The concepts of his Physical medicine and rehabilitation study are interwoven with issues in Neuroimaging, Cognition and Physical examination. The Sports medicine study combines topics in areas such as Healthcare system and Library science. His work on Traumatic brain injury and Neuropsychology as part of general Psychiatry research is frequently linked to Post-concussion syndrome, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Michael McCrea mostly deals with Concussion, Physical therapy, Athletes, Injury prevention and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Michael McCrea mostly deals with Sport related concussion in his studies of Concussion. His research integrates issues of Head injury and Cohort study in his study of Physical therapy.
His Athletes study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Young adult, Cognition, Cognitive test, Asymptomatic and Prospective cohort study. His work carried out in the field of Injury prevention brings together such families of science as Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation study incorporates themes from White matter and Diffusion MRI.
Michael McCrea mainly focuses on Concussion, Athletes, Physical therapy, Traumatic brain injury and Clinical psychology. His Concussion study improves the overall literature in Injury prevention. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Head injury, Balance, Internal medicine, Prospective cohort study and Neurocognitive.
While the research belongs to areas of Physical therapy, Michael McCrea spends his time largely on the problem of Receiver operating characteristic, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Return to sport. In the field of Traumatic brain injury, his study on Rivermead post-concussion symptoms questionnaire overlaps with subjects such as Post-concussion syndrome. His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Cognition and Depression.
His primary areas of investigation include Concussion, Athletes, Injury prevention, Physical therapy and Occupational safety and health. His research on Concussion often connects related topics like Head impact. His Athletes research incorporates themes from Prospective cohort study, Asymptomatic, Internal medicine and Brief Symptom Inventory 18.
His work in Brief Symptom Inventory 18 addresses subjects such as Sports medicine, which are connected to disciplines such as Neuropsychology. His work on Sport concussion as part of general Injury prevention study is frequently linked to Area under the curve, Logistic regression, Raw score and Training set, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Physical therapy research incorporates elements of Modality and Confidence interval.
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Consensus statement on concussion in sport
Paul McCrory;Willem H. Meeuwisse;Mark Aubry;Bob Cantu.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2013)
Consensus statement on Concussion in Sport - The 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, November 2012
Paul McCrory;Willem Meeuwisse;Mark Aubry;Bob Cantu.
Physical Therapy in Sport (2013)
Consensus statement on concussion in sport—the 5th international conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin, October 2016
Paul McCrory;Willem H. Meeuwisse;Jiri Dvorak;Mark Aubry.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2017)
Cumulative Effects Associated With Recurrent Concussion in Collegiate Football Players: The NCAA Concussion Study
Kevin M. Guskiewicz;Michael McCrea;Michael McCrea;Stephen W. Marshall;Robert C. Cantu;Robert C. Cantu.
Acute Effects and Recovery Time Following Concussion in Collegiate Football Players: The NCAA Concussion Study
Michael McCrea;Kevin M. Guskiewicz;Stephen W. Marshall;William Barr.
Unreported concussion in high school football players: implications for prevention.
Michael McCrea;Thomas A. Hammeke;Gary Olsen;Peter Leo.
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine (2004)
Association between Recurrent Concussion and Late-Life Cognitive Impairment in Retired Professional Football Players
Kevin M. Guskiewicz;Stephen W. Marshall;Julian Bailes;Michael McCrea.
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Position Statement on Concussion in Sport.
Kimberly G. Harmon;James R. Clugston;Katherine Dec;Brian Hainline.
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine (2019)
Recurrent concussion and risk of depression in retired professional football players.
Kevin M. Guskiewicz;Stephen W. Marshall;Julian Bailes;Michael Mccrea;Michael Mccrea.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2008)
Consensus statement on concussion in sport: the 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, November 2012
Paul McCrory;Willem H. Meeuwisse;Mark Aubry;Bob Cantu.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2009)
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