Prof Finch contributes to consensus statement and guidelines
Welcome Dr Marelise Badenhorst for the next stage of our evaluation of the IOC medical consensus statements. Marelise and Lauren are currently conducting interviews in South Africa and Australia.
Since 2014, ACRISP and Rugby Australia have worked together to establish a strong injury surveillance program. We are now ready to take it one step further to maximise the outputs for athletes, coaches and medical staff.
Parallel to the ICC cricket world cup, the host nation also organises the World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket (WCSMC). ACRISP was represented at the conference by Prasanna Gamage – read about his research here.
The ACRISP team is busy in 2019 working on a major new project funded by the International Olympic Committee.
Two new PhD scholarships are available with ACRISP to contribute to a program of research relating to the design and conduct of injury surveillance approaches for quantifying the burden of sports injury and its prevention in community sport.
It has been a very busy few months of conferences lately, which has involved a lot of travel for our staff and students: Colombo, Perth, Amsterdam, Fremantle, Hanoi, Bangkok, Lausanne, Perth, Canberra and the Gold Coast… more information on the talks presented is available here.