Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Program and USA Hockey have recently developed a Catastrophic Injury Registry for Ice Hockey. Our goal is to capture information on all catastrophic and potentially catastrophic injuries at all levels of ice hockey so that we can follow-up with the injured parties, and appropriately catalogue their injury experience for USA Hockey.
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Why is this study being done?
The purpose of this USA Hockey registry is to collect information on the prevalence of catastrophic injuries for both genders in youth, high school, junior, college, national program, adult amateur, minor league, and professional ice hockey in the United States. The goal is to design and maintain a comprehensive registry of catastrophic injuries in ice hockey that will be the primary source of catastrophic ice hockey injury data in the United States. The registry will provide data to support potential rule and equipment changes.
Who can I contact for additional information about this study?
We have created an injury reporting phone line where a staff member can be contacted at 1-866-926-2563. We have also established a reporting email address at email@example.com.