The latest volume in this comprehensive series enhances our understanding of both the injuries incurred in the game of ice hockey and of the techniques used to decrease the risk of these injuries.
Twenty-one peer-reviewed papers cover injury prevention and decreasing the risk of catastrophic injuries. Half of the papers in this book cover head and neck injuries, focusing on their analysis, prevention, and treatment of concussions.
The four approaches to achieve these objectives include:
Changes or improvements in protective equipment
New coaching techniques
Changes in the playing rules
Awareness of possible injuries by the players and coaches
These papers were written by experts in their fields, including researchers in a diverse group of fields, including sports medicine, biokinetics, mechanical engineering, neuropsychology, sports litigation, and sports epidemiology.
A Synthesis of the World Literature of Ice Hockey Injuries: Epidemiologic Principles and Future Directions
Crawford B., Dajani K., Gill M., Link A., Smith A., Stuart M.
A Prospective Study of Injuries in NCAA Intercollegiate Ice-Hockey Goaltenders
LaPrade R., Spiridonov S., Wijdicks C.
Acute Care in Cervical Spinal Cord Trauma with Long-Term Benefit: A Review
Ashare A., Lyckman A.
A Longitudinal Study of Ice Hockey Helmet Shelf Life
Dowler P., Pearsall D.
Development of a New Methodology Capable of Characterizing the Contribution of a Controlled Venting System to Impact Attenuation in Chamber Structures for Head Protection
Hoshizaki T., Lamb L., Post A.
Analysis of the Impact Performance of Ice Hockey Helmets Using Two Different Test Methodologies
Giacomazzi A., Kersey R., Smith T.
Translational and Rotational Accelerations Generated during Reconstructed Ice Hockey Impacts on a Hybrid III Head Form
Coulson N., Foreman S., Hoshizaki T.
A Comparison of Peak Linear and Angular Headform Accelerations Using Ice Hockey Helmets
Hoshizaki T., Post A., Rousseau P.
Preliminary Evaluation of Selected Hockey Equipment Tested according to EN TS15256: Protective Clothing—Hand, Arm, Leg, Genital, and Neck Protectors for Use in Ice Hockey—Protectors for Players Other than Goalkeepers—Requirements and Test Methods
Experimental Characterization of Ice Hockey Pucks and Sticks
Bigford R., Smith L.
When Metal Meets Ice: Potential for Performance or Injury
Frost G., Lockwood K.
Concussion in Youth Hockey: Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Management across Observation Strategies
Goodman D., Williamson I.
An Analysis of Head Impact Profiles and Safe Hockey Behaviors in Youth Hockey Players
Baker J., Cubos J., Faught B., Keightley M., McAuliffe J., McPherson M., Montelpare W., Reed N., Sutherland M., Taha T.
In situ Measures of Head Impact Acceleration in NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey: Implications for ASTM F1045 and Other Ice Hockey Helmet Standards
Chu J., Greenwald R., Gwin J., McAllister T.
Relationships among Risk Factors for Concussion in Minor Ice Hockey
Baker J., Cubos J., Duggan C., Faught B., Keightley M., Macpherson A., McAuliffe J., McPherson M., Montelpare W., Reed N., Taha T.
Measuring Athlete Exposure and Body Contact Using Time-on-Task Technology in Ice Hockey
Baker J., Cairney J., Corey P., Faught B., Montelpare W., Nystrom M.
Hockey Education Program (HEP): A Statewide Measure of Fair Play, Skill Development, and Coaching Excellence
Jorgenson M., Link A., MacMillan M., Margenau D., Smith A., Sorenson M., Stuart M.
Warnings and Instructions: One of Three Legs on Ice Hockey's Safety Stool
Granger M., Miosek R.
Paper ID: STP1516-EB