Category Archives: WORKSHOP CME DOCTOR CATEGORY II (2)

STUDY OF CAPPAA WEB SITE QUALIFIES DOCTORS FOR CATEGORY 2 CME CREDIT. American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award™ Category 2 CME Credit Claim Form. Definition of AMA PRA Category 2 CME Credit:

MODIFY USA GYMNASTICS RULES AND POLICIES WITH SIGNATURES

Above C.A.R.E. (Child Abuse Recognition Education) Certification 2009; The purpose of C.A.R.E. was to train M.D.s visit doctors’ offices and train the doctors and their staff how to recognize Child Abuse. Child Athlete Abuse Syndrome (CAAS), which includes Child Athlete Sexual Abuse, is as old as sport itself. More and more children are participating in Sports, […]

LAS VEGAS MUDEROUS ATTACK ALSO HIGHLIGHTS DOCTOR SHORTAGE

Each and every day the U.S. Government piddles with Healthcare reform and inadvertently degrades, disgraces and distresses the Practice of Medicine, more senior Doctors will Retire, fewer Young Doctors will Aspire to become Doctors and more Doctor Shortage will be Acquired, especially in rural areas. Government interfearance with the practice of medicine and interfearance with […]

DEATH OF LOUISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ATHLETE HAS NOT BEEN IN VAIN

During the ‘Bear’ Bryant and Vince Lombardi Sports era, Athletes, teams and spectators were accustomed to ‘severe old fashioned’ traditions, coaching methods and win-at-all-costs-to-Athlete attitudes. One reason, not as many sports’ tragedies and deaths occurred during that era was that air conditioning was not widespread and Athletes were acclimated to the inclement weather. Children and […]

COLLEGE ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Athletic Scholarships and Playing College Sports • “8 million high school student-athletes [2017] • 520,000 (6.5%) college student athletes (NCAA DI, II, III, NAIA, NJCAA, NCCAA) • ~ 138,000 athletic scholarships available (NCAA DI and DII) • ~ 140,000 (25%) of college student-athlete play Division I, 75% play at DII, DIII, NAIA, or NJCAA. • […]

COLLEGE CAMPUS RAPE IS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY 1ST

Rape during the course of war and College Campus Rape and Gang Rape during the course of Athletic Scholarship are horrific, despicable, cowardly acts and are Medical Emergencies 1st and foremost, and most assuredly not Title IX Coordinator Forensic Investigations, which are beyond the Title IX Coordinator’s scope of employment and training. See entire podcast: […]

WHAT ARE CHILDREN AND CHILD ATHLETE ABUSE VICTIMS, WITNESSES AND PERPETRATORS’ RIGHTS?

A. Children and Child Athletes, Witnesses and Perpetrators of all ages throughout the justice process: • have the right to be treated with dignity and compassion • have respect at all times • treated in a caring and sensitive manner • treated individually with their own needs, wishes and feelings • be interviewed during the […]

GW BASKETBALL PLAYER REPORTS ABUSE

Recently, a George Washington basketball player reported a coach’s suspected verbal and emotional abuse. The following is an example of the appropriate mechanism for alleviation from the conditions and injuries. When Child (<18) and Youth (16-24 UN definition) Athletes sustain severe, adverse experiences, maltreatment and/or abuse they should seek professional consultation: • If they have […]

HOW TO REPORT SUSPECTED USA SWIMMING SEXUAL ABUSE

How To Respond When An Athlete Discloses Abuse / USA Swimming Each Local USA Swimming Committee (LSC) is mandated to have a season ending championships twice a year for both Age Group (younger) and Senior (no age requirement) swimmers. Normally, this style meet is a prelim/final format. Common age groups are 10 and under, 11-12, […]

ATHLETE NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER

Sports build good character when good characters coach the sports and good characters participate in sports. Nowadays, many college amateur Athletes suffer psychopathology. • Suffer egotistical, entitlement psychopathological morbidity classified in the new IDC-10 Diagnosis Codes (International Classification of Disease) Narcissistic Personality Disorder 2016 (NPD) (code F60.81) • It is estimated that NPD affects up […]

CHILD ATHLETE ABUSE SYNDROME FORENSIC DEFINITION

Sports, recreation and exercise (SRE) adverse childhood experiences (ACE) are too high. The 5 main objectives for the definition of Child Athlete Abuse Syndrome (CAAS) are: 1. Prevent abuse and cruelty to Child and Youth Athletes, who Participate in Sports, Recreation and Exercise (SRE) 2. Promote Athlete Safety 1st 3. Prevent criminal and civil Risks […]