Marijuana, K2 and Other Drugs What Athletics Administrators Should Know. NCAA Convention January 13, 2010 Panelists: Andrea Wickerham, The National Center for Drug Free Sport Doug Padron, Monmouth University John Sullivan, Providence College and University of Rhode Island.
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January 13, 2010
Panelists: Andrea Wickerham, The National Center for Drug Free Sport
Doug Padron, Monmouth University
John Sullivan, Providence College and University of Rhode Island
The National Center for Drug Free Sport
“We have a student-athlete who was in the emergency room over the weekend! Says he was smoking ‘Spice’. His heart was racing, his BP was off the charts, and he was hallucinating. This went on for hours!! Can you drug test him for this stuff.”
Code of Conduct
As Hawks we will protect the integrity of the University, others, and ourselves. To accomplish this mission I WILL:
Make progress towards a degree and graduate from Monmouth University
Actively participate in both the campus and surrounding community
Maintain good sportsmanship by respecting opponents, teammates, fans, and officials
Abide by Team, NEC, and NCAA rules
Agree to the MUAOD Education Policy
Have an open mind toward other’s cultural beliefs and backgrounds
Adhere to the law and respect the rights and property of others
Respect the Game
Conduct myself like a Champion…
In one calendar year MU went from the highestpercentage of positive screens to 0%!
(Approximately 200 drug tests)
Student-athletes can/will have the biggest impact on any change you need to make to your culture!
John P. Sullivan, Psy.D.
Clinical Sport Psychologist
Providence College and University of Rhode Island
Chief Consultant,Clinical & Sports Consulting Services
Interventions and College Campuses
Applied Degree Programs (Psychology, Public Health, Nursing programs, Medical Schools)
To promote the Health and Safety
of the more than 400,000