BOOK REVIEW: The Oxford Textbook of Children’s Sports and Exercise Medicine

By Dr Damien McKay The Oxford Textbook of Children’s Sports and Exercise Medicine – 3rdEdition, edited by Neil Armstrong and Willem van Mechelen, is a comprehensive reference of value to clinicians and scientists working in youth sport. This fully revised edition incorporating 50 chapters (including 17 new topics and chapters), is authored by internationally recognised […]

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Deload the runner: La Trobe SEM Run Science Symposium review July 6th-7th [PART 1]

By Luke Nelson @sportschiroluke, Brad Beer @Brad_Beer and Hamish Vickerman @Hamishvic Organised by La Trobe Sports and Exercise Medicine, the Running Science symposium in July saw a multidisciplinary line up of speakers discussing management of the running athlete. There was a wealth of information covered over the two days, and here’s a taste of what […]

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#Sportsuisse2018 – 15-16 Nov 2018 – Come and get a taste for the Swiss way, and have a Muesli with us

Extended Warm-up By German Clénin @DrAthletesHealth and Boris Gojanovic @DrSportSante, Swiss Sports Medicine Society @SwissSportsMed Have you ever tasted our very special Swiss Muesli?1 The famous Swiss breakfast originally invented by Dr. Bircher around 1900 in Zurich has since crossed neighbouring European borders and conquered the world, with each country adding their own special ingredients to a […]

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2018 Football Medicine Outcomes Conference: interview with Mike Davison, Managing Director of the Isokinetic Centre in London

Swiss Junior Doctors and Undergraduate Perspective on Sport and Exercise Medicine Blog Series By Anne Cornevin @anne_cornevin When I first heard about the Isokinetic Football Medicine Outcomes conference I was surprised by the size of the event. The 2017 conference hosted 2500 attendees from 90 countries with more than 197 leading experts – all at the […]

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The Podcast World Cup: The cream of the BJSM Podcasts…. Semi-final line-up!

By Paul Blazey @blazey85 The quarter-final deadline has slammed shut and we have a theme growing amongst our podcast listeners. I suspect it may have something to do with England exiting the World Cup at the semi-final stage but over the week our podcasts on ‘pain management’ seem to have been doing rather well. Here […]

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A roadmap to a job in professional football: our story and 4 ways to help you get there!

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine blog series @PhysiosinSport By Portsmouth Football Club Physiotherapists Jack Hughes and Will Harlow-Trigg Maps can show you the different routes to your destination, but, they don’t tell youwhere to go. They inform you about your options, and there is usually more than one way to get […]

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The Podcast World Cup: The cream of the BJSM Podcasts…. Let’s get listening and share best practice

By Paul Blazey @blazey85 The World Cup is coming to its culmination, only 4 nations remain and the English nationals here at BJSM are getting excited to see whether “it’s coming home”. To keep with the theme, we thought a series of blogs to celebrate the huge vault of great content stored on our podcast […]

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Are you getting the most out of BJSM Education?

By Babette Pluim @Doc_Pluim BJSM is a multimedia portal for original research, critical reviews and timely debate in sport and exercise medicine. As education is a BJSM cornerstone, we have a dedicated BJSM Education website: http://bjsm.bmj.com/site/education/ BJSM Education offers high-quality, peer-reviewed educational material for clinicians whose practice relates to sport, exercise, and physical activity promotion. It […]

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Triathlete with calf/Achilles pain – what’s the diagnosis? (Just one of six fun interactive cases!)

We know that case-based learning is the most effective and fun way to improve clinical skills. So BJSM provides opportunities! Under the “Education” tab on the home page, click on Image Quiz. You’ll find real-life cases – ideal for medical students and junior doctors. (We tested our EIC on two and are pleased to report […]

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Please use these PPT slides that summarise the 2012 Zurich Consensus statement on Concussion

                HEADLINE FOR THE TIME-POOR: Here is the link to the slides for your presentations, but please don’t alter them without the permission of the Consensus Statement authors. During the 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport (Zurich 2012) attendees revised and updated the Consensus Statement. The new 2012 […]

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