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Fig. 1

Treatment preference for symptom clusters by experience (percentage of respondents).

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Some athletes who experience a sport-related concussion (SRC) develop new or worsened neuropsychiatric symptoms. A survey was disseminated among a group of psychiatrists to evaluate their preferences for treating such symptoms. Our findings demonstrated that providers see a wide range of individuals who have experienced concussion. Preferences for the management of SRC-related symptoms vary among providers and are not associated with patient volume, despite confidence being correlated with volume. The wide variability in treatment preferences and lack of confidence among low volume providers reinforces the need for robust studies and evidence-based guidelines for the management of concussion-related neuropsychiatric symptoms.

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