Returning to play in 2019 with Dr Clare Ardern. Why not catch this week’s BJSM Podcast?

  On this week’s BJSM podcast, the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT) Editor In Chief (EIC) elect Dr Clare Ardern PhD (T: @clare_ardern) helps clinicians address the difficult questions about return to play (RTP). In this 27-minute podcast Dr Ardern discusses: Tips for clinicians when approaching RTP with athletes (and here is […]

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#GISPT19 International Conference / Advances in Sport Rehabilitation: Football Symposium

After the success of the first two editions, the Advances in Sport Rehabilitation Football Symposium is back! The congress takes place this June in the heart of Verona, in the historical palace of Gran Guardia. This year, discussions will revolve around Rehabilitation and Return to Sport in the world of Football. We’ve partnered with Group of Italian Sports (GIS), The British Journal […]

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#FootballMedicine meets the Universe of Sport

  Interested, or working within #FootballMedicine? We’d suggest you get to Wembley for the end of April! The Isokinetic Medical Group’s annual #FootballMedicine conference returns to another iconic sporting arena in London having recently held at the Camp Nou in Barcelona. Wembley Stadium will host three days of top Sports Medicine CPD, this year looking outside the […]

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Gunning for cutting-edge Sports Medicine CPD? Join us at #AFCSEMS19

  Are you looking for a conference that combines cutting edge content, world-leading experts & an inspiring setting? Over the years, the Arsenal Performance & Research team have consistently delivered practice-influencing events, as well as a great insight into Sports Medicine practice at the top table of elite sport, with blogs, podcasts, & scientific papers […]

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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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Concussion: management and mismanagement at FIFA World Cup 2018

BJSM Undergraduate Perspective of SEM Blog Series – FIFA World Cup 2018 Discussion By Jeff Cullen @jeffcullen0 The main medical issue at the World Cup 2018 in Russia thus far has, not surprisingly due to the media coverage, been the management of concussion. The 2017 Concussion in Sport Group (CISG) consensus statement1 describes Sport Related Concussion as […]

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Are soccer players going the extra mile in extra-time?

By Mark Russell 1 @drmarkru55ell and Liam D. Harper 2  @lharper89  1 School of Social and Health Sciences, Leeds Trinity University, Horsforth, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS18 5HD 2 School of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH   With the FIFA World Cup about to enter the knockout stages, there is a very […]

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Discussing Football Science & Medicine during the FIFA World Cup- let’s get the ball rolling! 

Undergraduate perspective on Sport & Exercise Medicine – a BJSM blog series By Andrew Shafik @aaashafik, Manroy Sahni @manroysahni and Jonathan Shurlock @J_Shurlock Russia has taken centre stage this summer with the 21stFIFA Football World Cup. As one of the most widely viewed sporting events globally, we thought it would provide a fantastic platform for multi-national and inter-disciplinary […]

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What statistical analysis of observational performance data can tell us and what it cannot: the case of Dutee Chand vs IAAF vs AFI

By Simon Franklin, Jonathan Ospina Betancurt @JonathanOspinaB and Silvia Camporesi @silviacamporesi How can performance data resolve the arbitration of sensitive matters in the world of sports? In the absence of experimental data (i.e. clinical trials), researchers must build an argument based on associations in observational data. This data is often not widely available. Below, we’ll […]

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Football Is Medicine International Conference [Portugal, Jan 25 – 26, 2018]

  Ahead of this week’s 1st International ‘Football is Medicine‘ Conference at Portugal’s City of Football, here’s a teaser interview with João Brito, Exercise Physiologist and investigator at the Performance & Health Unit of The Portuguese Football Federation. The conference brings together expert researchers from around the globe to discuss the increasing evidence of recreational football practice […]

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