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Faure, C. E. (2015). Idaho KnowConcussion Management Implementation Guide for School & Sport Administrators. Prepared for the Idaho High School Activities Association and distributed statewide to school and sport administrators (funded by US Dep’t of Health and Human Services grant).

Faure, C. E. (2015). KnowConcussion: Concussion Recognition and Appropriate Management of Sport-Related Concussion. Prepared for the Idaho High School Activities Association and distributed statewide to school and sport administrators for distribution to athletes and parents (funded by US Dep’t of Health and Human Services grant).

Faure, C. E. (2015). KnowConcussion: Quick Reference Cards for Coaches and Game Officials. Prepared for the Idaho High School Activities Association and distributed statewide to school and sport administrators, coaches, and officials (funded by US Dep’t of Health and Human Services grant).

Faure, C. E. (2015). Got Air? Poster design for the Idaho High School Activities Association and distributed statewide to schools to remind athletes of the need to inflate football helmets (funded by US Dep’t of Health and Human Services grant).

Faure, C. E. (2015). KnowConcussion: Quick Guide for Coaches. Prepared for regional school and sport programs (funded by grant from Portneuf Medical Center)

Faure, C. E. (2015). KnowConcussion: Quick Guide for Parents. Prepared for regional school and sport programs (funded by grant from Portneuf Medical Center)

Faure, C. E. (2015). KnowConcussion: Quick Guide for Teachers. Prepared for regional schools (funded by grant from Portneuf Medical Center)

Faure, C. E. (2014). KnowConcussion: Understanding Idaho’s Concussion Law & Appropriate Concussion Management. Prepared for the Idaho High School Activities Association and distributed statewide to school and sport administrators, coaches, and game officials.

Faure, C. E. (2014). Emergency action plan for athletics, Century High School, Pocatello, ID. Pocatello-Chubbuck School District #25.

Faure, C. E. (2014). Emergency action plan for athletics, Highland High School, Pocatello, ID. Pocatello-Chubbuck School District #25.

Faure, C. E. (2014). Emergency action plan for athletics, Pocatello High School, Pocatello, ID. Pocatello-Chubbuck School District #25.

Faure, C. E. (2014). Emergency action plan for athletics, Marsh Valley High School, Pocatello, ID. Marsh Valley School District #21.

Faure, C. E. (2013, August). Idaho Concussion Management Implementation Guide for School & Sport Administrators (2nd Ed.). Prepared for Idaho High School Activities Association and Idaho Department of Education [updated 2013]; Printing funded by Portneuf Medical Center.

Faure, C. E. (2013, July). Understanding Concussion: Academic Accommodations. Prepared for the Idaho High School Activities Association and Idaho school counselors, teachers, and administrators; Printing by Portneuf Medical Center.

Faure, C. E. (2013, July). Understanding Concussion: A Guide for Parents. Prepared for Idaho High School Activities Association and various eastern Idaho youth school and sport programs; Printing by Portneuf Medical Center.

Faure, C. E. (2013, July). Understanding Concussion: A Guide for Coaches. Prepared for Idaho High School Activities

Association, Pocatello School District #25 and various eastern Idaho youth sport programs; Printing by Portneuf Medical Center.

Faure, C. E. (2012, August). Idaho Concussion Management Implementation Guide for School & Sport Administrators. Prepared for Idaho High School Activities Association and Idaho Department of Education; Printing funded by Portneuf Medical Center.

Faure, C. E. (2007). Creating Safer Schools: Code Blue and Code Red [instructional/informational DVD]. Pocatello, ID: School District #25/Highland High School.

Faure, C. E. (2003, 2004, 2006). Emergency action plan for athletics, Highland High School, Pocatello, ID.

Faure, C. E. (2003). HIPAA compliance report & recommendations. Prepared for Dan Collins, District Activities Director, Pocatello School District #25, June 2003.