ISSSMC 2017
Tuesday 5th September

09.00-10.30

Symposium: Concussion in sport

Tackling rugby: what every parent should know about concussion

Allyson Pollock (UK)/

Graham Kirkwood (UK)

Is there a genetic predisposition to concussion?

Alun Williams (UK)

11.00-12.00

Research Governance

Helsinki, the law and common sense

Gethin Evans (UK)

The role of the Ethics Committee

Ron Maughan (UK)

11.00-12.00

Workshop 1a:

Concussion Workshop – Practical Neurocognitive Testing

Dr David Millar, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist,

12.00-13.00

Original Communications

14:00-14:45

Lecture: Monitoring training load in performance sport

Craig Twist (UK)

14.00-15.00

Workshop 1b:

Concussion Workshop – Practical Neurocognitive Testing

Dr David Millar, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist,

14.45-15.30

Lecture: Golf Injuries: prevention and treatment

Roger Hawkes (European Tour)

16.00-17.30

Symposium: Bone Health and Exercise

Bone health, turnover and measurement

Craig Sale (Nottingham)

Exercise and Bone - From observation to intervention

Alex Ireland (UK)

Bone fracture

Keith Winwood (UK)

18.30-20.30

INFORMAL WELCOME RECEPTION - Details to follow


ISSSMC 2017
Wednesday 6th September

09.00-11.00

Symposium: Trunk strength and stability

Performance issues

Dave Clark (UK)

Functional athletic screening – is it worth the effort?        

Arnhild Bakken (Oslo)

11.30-12.30

Workshop 2a: Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

Dr Geoff Hide and Dr Raj Sinha,

Newcastle Hospitals Trust

11.30-12.30

Lecture: The effect of the coach on injury statistics

Paul Catterson (UK)

13.30-15.00

Symposium: Facial Injury and Prevention

Facial injury and preventative measures

Keith Winwood (UK)

Clinical aspects of facial injury and return to play

Dr Phillip Earl

(Worcester General Hospital)

14.00-15.00

Workshop 3a: Clinical assessment of hamstring injuries in athletes

G Reurink and H Moksnes

15.30-17.30

Symposium: The diabetic athlete

Sport, Exercise and diabetes

Dan West (UK)

Management of the Diabetic athlete

TBC

Diabetes and elite sport – the athlete perspective

TBC

15.30-16.30

Workshop 3b: Clinical assessment of hamstring injuries in athletes

G Reurink and H Moksnes

16.30-17.30

Workshop 2b: Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

Dr Geoff Hide and Dr Raj Sinha,

Newcastle Hospitals Trust


ISSSMC 2017
Thursday 7th September

9.00-10.30

Symposium: Hamstring injury

Assessment and management of acute hamstring injuries in athletes

Gustaaf Reurink (Holland)

Practical hamstring rehabilitation and return to sport following hamstring injuries

Havard Moksnes (Norway)

11.00-12.30

Where is genetics taking us?

Can genetics predict performance in elite sport?

Alexander Gotfredsen, CEO Talents of Tomorrow

Can genetics predict injury risk?

Rob Erskine (Liverpool JMU)

11.00-12.00

Workshop 4a: ACL injury and return to play parameters

P Catterson and H Moksnes

13.30-15.00

Symposium: Physiology of Master Athletes

Musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory physiology of master athletes

Hans Degens (UK)

Bone health in master athletes

Alex Ireland (UK)

14.00-15.00

Workshop 4b: ACL injury and return to play parameters

P Catterson and H Moksnes

Important note:  Practical workshops will be limited to 20 in each group and delegates must sign up in advance by indicating on the Delegate Registration Form.  These workshops are available on a first come, first served basis.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Prof Ron Maughan (St Andrews University)  Chair

Dr Paul Catterson (Newcastle United FC)

Mr Dave Clark (University of Stirling)

Prof Graeme Close (Liverpool JMU)

Dr Håvard Moksnes (Olympiatoppen, Norway)

Prof Emma Stevenson (Newcastle University)