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2014 Bone health in sport symposium : Day 1, Risk factors for bone injury - Special populations : Musculoskeletal parameters in weight loaded and supported adolescent athletes / Dr David Greene, 1-2/02/2014.

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Record Number 510638
Item Type Video
E Resource
Meeting Name 2014 Bone health in sport symposium. Conference (2014 : Canberra, ACT)
Title 2014 Bone health in sport symposium : Day 1, Risk factors for bone injury - Special populations : Musculoskeletal parameters in weight loaded and supported adolescent athletes / Dr David Greene, 1-2/02/2014.
Portion of title Day 1, Risk factors for bone injury - Special populations : Musculoskeletal parameters in weight loaded and supported adolescent athletes.
Published 2014
Description 1 streaming video (approximately 22 min. ) : mp4 file.
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Notes Conference held at Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra on 1st and 2nd February 2014.
Presenter Presenter : Dr David Greene. After gaining a Human Movement degree, Diploma in Education, and a Master of Sport Science degree David was awarded a full time scholarship to commence a PhD in 2002. David was based at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead where he investigated the musculoskeletal health of elite, adolescent middledistance runners. In 2003, David was awarded the John Sutton Award for Best Young Investigator (Basic Science) at the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. He was also awarded the New South Wales Most Outstanding New Research Talent in Applied Sports Medicine at the New South Wales Sport Safety Awards in 2003. Having graduated with a PhD in 2005, David commenced full time employment in the School of Exercise Science at the Australian Catholic University. David’ area of interest is musculoskeletal health of athletes, particularly adolescent athletes competing at an elite level. David has 19 peer reviewed publications and has attracted over $330,000 in competitive grant funding. David has presented his research at state, national and international conferences and received the Wendy Ey Women in Sport award at the 2009 Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. David was recently awarded the F.E.Johnson Fellowship for Outstanding Achievement by an established NSW researcher in the field of Sports Medicine at the annual NSW Sport Safety Awards.
Summary The 2014 Bone Health in Sport Symposium was presented by Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), the Australasian College of Sports Practitioners and Sports Physiotherapy Australia. In 2014 the conference looked at bone health and its management. Bone injuries tend to be high in cost and have a high level of recurrence. This makes management important. Current research points towards a multifactorial nature of these injuries, which means that a multidisciplinary approach is essential. Drawing on talent from overseas and Australia from across the sports medicine spectrum, the conference was practical and topical. It is relevant to those involved with the grass roots athletes, through to the defence forces and the elite.
Subjects Conference
Sports medicine
Sports science
bone
Injury
stress fracture
Added Author Greene, David Dr
Added Corporate Name Sports Medicine Australia
Australian Institute of Sport
Australasian College of Sports Practititioners
Sports Physiotherapy Australia
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