Images wanted for BJSM clinical quizzes!

Images wanted! Have you ever come across a patient’s condition that looks so interesting, you want to share it with your colleagues? From now on: please do (with consent of course)! We have the perfect platform for sharing noteworthy cases and conditions. And, good news — it’s not much work for you to contribute. You […]

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FIFA’s 11 for health programme launched in Asia

We wanted to share more news about the expansion of FIFA’s global initiative to improve health. Keep up the great work Prof Jiri Dvorak and team! (Story originally posted in Healthcare Asia via FIFA) On October 22, Football’s stalwart association, Switzerland headquartered Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has launched the first-ever ‘FIFA 11 for Health’ programme […]

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New series on Career Development: Considering a Master’s of Physiotherapy?

BJSM is will highlight various career options in a series of blogs.  The first in this series is about the University of Western Australia but we hope that principles from various blogs apply broadly to those considering further education.   UWA Master of Manual Therapy: More job satisfaction for Physiotherapists Modern physiotherapy has many underlying […]

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Where is Sport and Exercise Medicine heading?

Guest Blog by Dr Pria Krishnasamy The UK trainee perspective (The BJSM blog features the trainee perspective every two weeks)* As I edge closer to the crossroads of my own career, I muse aloud as to where Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) is heading?  Is the majority of our workload going to involve musculoskeletal medicine […]

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HYMS Society for Sport and Exercise Medicine: Reflections and Moving Forward

Guest blog by Sean Carmody Committee and guest speakers from HYMS launch night (left to right): Aysha Bibi, Rebecca Marshall, Uche Oduoza, Matt Murray, Dr John Moroney, Sean Carmody and Chris Ashmore “Where are all of the other students?” This was the question posed by opening speaker Dr. John Moroney at the official launch of […]

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CSEM — 30 years old, and going strong! Guest Blog by Professor Nicola Maffulli

The Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine (CSEM) at Barts and the London School of Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, has just held its 30th Anniversary Scientific Meeting. Started by John B King in 1981, CSEM has graduated close to 500 alumni. The Diploma Course in Sports Medicine became the Master of Science Course […]

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