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Published: May 10th, 2016
Athletes who wait to report a concussion may experience longer recovery times, say University of Florida researchers who found that college players who delayed treatment or removal from play missed an average of five more days of play than athletes who immediately reported concussion symptoms.
Published: May 5th, 2016
“Our findings indicate that immediately engaging your medical staff if you suspect you have sustained a concussion will give you the best chance to return to your sport more quickly.” ~Breton Asken, MS, ATC, UF Sports Concussion Center, a division of the SHCC
Published: Apr 15th, 2016
Deciding to share the story of survival is part of recovery…. It’s up to the individual to determine if and when he or she is comfortable speaking about what happened.
Published: Apr 14th, 2016
No case or legal work is the same: They rely on the choice of the survivor and assailant’s status as a student to pave the way.
Published: Apr 13th, 2016
“They’re at their most vulnerable when they come in this situation. I’m mostly just very grateful that I am able to provide something to them.” ~Jennifer Donelan, ARNP, SHCC Women’s Clinic Supervisor
Published: Apr 12th, 2016
For survivors of sexual assault, they have suffered intimate attacks that left them emotionally, physically and mentally scarred. Their backgrounds are different. Their stories aren’t the same. But they are united.
Published: Apr 11th, 2016
[Erin Smith] knew, as many people do, that students of all races, genders and sexual orientations become survivors every semester — she just never thought she would be one.
Published: Apr 5th, 2016
[President] Fuchs gave his own report, choosing to discuss students’ mental health and how UF has handled the increased demand for mental health services.
Published: Mar 24th, 2016
Since mid-February, a large number of students have come into UF’s Student Health Care Center sick, said Catherine Seemann, a spokeswoman for the center.
Published: Feb 29th, 2016
“When you offer students a moment to create, they jump on it,” said Catherine Seemann, the Communications Coordinator for the UF Student Health Care Center. “Art can be therapeutic, and it doesn’t have to be expensive or involved to make a difference.”