NHIAA Sports Medicine Committee
By-Law Article III: Sports Medicine
NFHS Sports Medicine Committee: Resources
The following link underscores the sports medicine community's long-standing concerns and warnings regarding the purity of supplements, regardless of the safety or efficacy of the product they are supposed to contain. Here is a summary of a research study recently published in The Journal of the American Medical Association.
NFHS Cardiopulmonary Considerations for High School Student-Athletes during the COVID-19 Pandemic - Updated 2.10.22
COVID-19 Graded Return to Play/Exercise After Medical Clearance
NFHS Guidelines for Management of a Concussion
NFHS Position Statement: Soft Headgear in Non-Helmeted Sports
REAP Center for Concussion Program
NFHS Sports Medicine Position Statements and Guidelines
NFHS Statement on Medical Appliances
General Guidelines for Sports Hygiene, Skin Infections, and Communicable Diseases
Sports Related Skin Infections Guidelines
KSI: 5 Pillars of Exertional Heat Stroke Prevention
NFHS Position Statement and Recommendations for Maintaining Hydration to Optimize Performance and Minimize the Risk for Exertional Heat Illness
Anyone Can Save A Life: Emergency Action Planning Program
NFHS Position Statement: Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs and Substances
NFHS Position Statement and Recommendations for the use of Energy Drinks by Young Athletes
NFHS Article: Athletes with Disordered Eating
The National Federation of State High School Associations offers courses on a variety of topics for students, coaches, and parents. Below are links to some courses that our New Hampshire stakeholders may find helpful!
|Sports Nutrition||Concussion for Students||Heat Illness Prevention|
|Learning Pro: Research Skills||Social Media for Students||Sportsmanship|
|Positive Sport Parenting||Sudden Cardiac Arrest||NCAA Eligibility|
For all courses offered by the NFHS, go to www.nfhslearn.com. Most courses for students and parents are FREE!