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2016 cover competition: Prize announcement and last preliminary round, vote now!

13 Mar, 17 | by BJSM

Here’s the final preliminary round for the best BJSM cover of 2016. After this we move on to the sudden death grand final.

We have some exciting new prize announcements. All ‘top-shelf’ books to add to your #sportsmed knowledge, and the utility of your professional text collection.

Brukner and Khan’s Clinical Sports Medicine, 5th Edition, 2017

 

Grieve’s Modern Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, 4th edition, 2015.

The IOC Manual of Sports Injuries: An Illustrated Guide to the Management of Injuries in Physical Activity, Edited by Roald Bahr, 2012.

In the final round we will explain how you enter to win one of three of these masterclass books (you get to choose which one!). For now, please vote to move one of these covers into the final (polls close in one week):

October 50 – 19: International Consensus Warwick agreement on FAI Syndrome

October 50-20: ACSEP GOLD COAST 2017

November 50 – 21: Focus on spine

November 50 – 22: Annual Conference Umeå

December 50 – 23: IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport Monaco, 16-18 March 2017

December 50 – 24: 5th ECOSEP Congress and F-MARK Update Dubai-UAE 25-26 November 2017

 

Competing interest: Karim Khan, editor in chief of BJSM is an author of one of the prize books and receives royalties on sales. BJSM is open to donations of books in the field and arms’ length editors decide whether the book is appropriate as a BJSM prize or not. The prize for this competition has been donated (i.e. the prize is not billed to the BJSM). BJSM has a history of promoting leading texts in this manner since 2002. Please email @info.bjsm@bmj.com [confidential] if you feel the inclusion of Brukner & Khan’s book in this competition is inappropriate.

 

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