SmartTeams Summit Talks Videos

On September 15, 2014, MomsTEAM Institute hosted a day-long summit at Harvard Medical School's Joseph B. Martin Center at which many members of our star-studded Board of Advisors, comprised of many of the country's leading clinicians, researchers and youth sports safety advocates, gave educational, "TED-talk"-style presentations on youth sports health and safety best practices.

The summit attracted a group of sports parents, medical doctors, athletic trainers, neuropsychologists, sports psychologists, nurses, athletic directors, sports administrators, coaches, sports equipment and testing manufacturers, students and other youth sports stakeholders, and coincided with the launch of MomsTEAM Institute’s innovative SmartTeam™ program, which tested youth sports health and safety best practices and educational interventions in six pilot programs around the country in the fall of 2014 and in Grand Prairie, Texas in the fall of 2015. Each speaker focused on a specific way youth sports programs can help young athletes play safe by being smart.

SmartTeams Talk: Uncle Says Nephew's Death Playing High School Football Was Game-Changer


In an emotional video, the first in a series of SmartTeam talks filmed at MomsTEAM Institute's September 2014 sports safety summit, a California man recalls the 2001 death of his 17-year-old nephew from Second Impact Syndrome during a high school football game and how his search for answers became a game-changer.

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