Scott Anderson is a Chief Customer Officer at SyncThink and Advisor for CrashCourse at TeachAids. Before joining SyncThink in 2017, Anderson spent 10 years with Stanford University as the lead Director of Athletic Training. During his tenure, Anderson worked diligently to build and grow the infrastructure of the sports medicine program. As former chair of the Pac-12 Sports Medicine committee, he has been influential in conference wide research focused on improving student-athlete health and wellness. He is also an internationally recognized speaker and holds a number of designations including a certification from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. He is an approved clinical instructor (ACI), and maintains certifications in the functional movement screen (FMS), selective functional movement assessment (SFMA) and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS). He is a Strategy and Partnerships Advisor to TeachAids.
CrashCourse is a newly launched concussion education program. https://teachaids.org/for-concussions/crashcourse/. It was developed by some of the top concussion researchers from all over the world and has top advisors including Scott.
1 in 5 high school athletes will get a concussion.
More than 2.5 million young people suffer a concussion in the United States each year. With proper care, most concussions can heal within 10 days, but the overwhelming majority of students, parents, and coaches are unaware of the latest science about prevention and treatment of concussions. If not treated properly, a concussion may have lasting physical, emotional, and cognitive effects.
After two years of research, six months of production, and thousands of hours of user-testing, CrashCourse provides students, parents, and coaches with the latest medical knowledge on the prevention and treatment of concussions. Seed funding for CrashCourse was generously provided by the Taube Stanford Concussion Collaborative. https://teachaids.org/for-concussions/crashcourse/