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Smart Talk Presentation 2017 :
This video is available to all Clearinghouse members. Biography : Prof. Mark Batt is a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at The Centre for Sports Medicine, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. He has a busy NHS practice and a past Fellow at The NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement. He graduated from Cambridge University Medical School in 1984 and trained in Family Medicine. He obtained a Diploma in Sports Medicine from the University of London in 1991 and completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of California, Davis (UCD) in 1993. The next two years were spent as a faculty member in Family Medicine at UCD and as a team physician at the University of California, Berkeley. Since 1995, he has been in Nottingham as a Consultant/Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the Nottingham University Hospitals: appointed Special Professor in 2004. He served for 2½ years as clinical director for Trauma and Orthopaedics. He is the Q-Active programme director - a workplace health and wellness programme based at The Queens Medical Centre: www.qactive.co.uk . He serves or served as a consultant for The England and Wales Cricket Board, The Rugby Football League, British Gymnastics, The English Institute of Sport, The Wimbledon Tennis Championships, ATP and the WTA. He is immediate Past-President of the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine and past Chairman of the Specialist Advisory Committee in SEM. He chaired the work-group which produced the successful case for SEM as a specialty of medicine (2005). His research interests include: Overuse injuries, particularly groin, low back, lower leg pain (shin splints and stress fractures), tendon disease, OA and Workplace Wellness. He is Director of the Arthritis Research UK Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis: a consortium of Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton, Bath, Loughborough, UCL and Leeds Universities investigating the relationship between acute and overuse injury and subsequent Osteoarthritis. Synopsis : This presentation addressed lifestyle issues that contribute to ill-health, and provide some guidance to how healthcare can be part of the solution650-1-_0- Artificial intelligence. Video 1 : Full video footage (47 minutes 12 seconds). Video 2 : Presentation summary (18 minutes). Video 3 : Questions (12 minutes).