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University of Northumbria
Ellison Pl, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 8ST, United Kingdom +44 191 232 6002
City Campus East, Newcastle upon Tyne City Centre UK
http://www.isssmc.com/programme.html
The programme will consist of two days during which parallel sessions in Sports Medicine and Sports Science will run. Each day will feature one Plenary Session open to all Conference delegates. On Day Three, a series of presentations will translate the medicine and science into practical messages for coaches, team doctors, and sports science support staff.

A world class programme for ISSSMC 2011 has been announced. Check our Programme Outline for details of this year’s conference. Online Bookings now being taken; reduced fees for early registration.

To deliver Europe’s Premier Sports Medicine & Sports Science Conference – an annual event bringing together national and international experts – in the build up to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and beyond. Also looking forward to the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

http://www.isssmc.com/programme.html

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, August 18, 2011
09:00:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Getting the most out of Athletes | Plenary Sessions Rod Jaques, Ken van Someren, Louise Burke, Ron Maughan
11:30:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Open Communications
11:30:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Open Communications
12:45:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Lunch | Posters
13:00:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Lunch | Posters
14:00:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Symposium: Lower Back Pain – The Sporting Back Rod Jaques
14:00:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Symposium: Mechanism & Function of Pacing in Optimising Performance
14:15:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Lower Back Pain
14:15:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Biomechanics
14:30:00 The Battle of the Sciences | upon Tyne Prolotherapy John Tanner
14:30:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Physiology
14:45:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Physiotherapy
15:00:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Energetics
16:00:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Tea and Posters
16:00:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Tea and Posters
16:30:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Keynote Lecture: The Science of Cycling
16:30:00 The Battle of the Sciences | Keynote Lecture: Sports Medicine at the Olympic Games
19:00:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball – Optimising Performance in an Olympic Year Panel Discussion | Plenary Sessions Louise Burke
19:15:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Medical Perspective
19:30:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Physiologist's Perspective
19:45:00 Looking into the Crystal Ball | Biomechanist's Perspective
Friday, August 19, 2011
09:00:00 Controversies in Sports Medicine
09:00:00 Strength & Conditioning – Biological principles & functional applications Marco Cardinale
09:10:00 Do the rules of sport protect the health of the athlete? Michael Turner
09:20:00 Exercise-induced asthma: prevalence, identification, management and TUEs Les Ansley
09:30:00 Genetic testing of athletes Hugh Montgomery
09:45:00 Glucocorticoids and return to play
10:30:00 Coffee
11:00:00 Strength & Conditioning – Biological principles & functional applications | Open Communications | Posters
11:00:00 Coffee and Posters
11:30:00 Open Communications | Posters
12:30:00 Strength & Conditioning – Biological principles & functional applications | Lunch | Posters
13:00:00 Lunch | Posters
13:55:00 Practical Laboratory Session
14:00:00 Strength & Conditioning – Biological principles & functional applications | The IOC Consensus on Sports Nutrition | What's new? Louise Burke, Ron Maughan
14:00:00 Symposium | The Childhood Obesity Epidemic | Causes and Solutions
14:00:00 Practical Laboratory Session | Contemporary Neuroscience Techniques for Sport and Exercise Science Research Romain Meeusen
14:15:00 Physical activity levels in children and adolescents
14:15:00 Practical Laboratory Session | Lab Demonstration 1 | Central Brain Research Techniques – Electrophysiology – TMS, EEG
14:25:00 Practical Laboratory Session | Lab Demonstration 2 | Central Brain Research Techniques – Blood Flow – NIRS, Doppler Ultrasound
14:30:00 Energy Intake Barbara Livingstone
14:45:00 Energy restriction with or without exercise Enette Larson-Meyer
15:15:00 Practical Laboratory Session | Lab Demonstration 3 | Peripheral Brain Research Techniques – EMG, H-Reflex, Muscle Function
15:45:00 Tea and Posters
16:00:00 Strength & Conditioning – Biological principles & functional applications | Tea and Posters
16:30:00 Plenary Session | The Female Athlete
16:45:00 The Female Athlete | Performance Issues Ron Maughan
17:00:00 The Female Athlete | Medical Issues
17:15:00 The Female Athlete | Nutrition Concerns Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen
17:30:00 The Female Athlete | Musculoskeletal Factors and Injury Risks
17:45:00 The Female Athlete | Athlete’s Perspective
19:30:00 Sporting Heroes | A Conversation with Liz McColgan Ron Maughan
Saturday, August 20, 2011
08:25:00 Practical Translation of the Information
08:30:00 Keynote Lecture | Sports Informatics Paul Chung
09:15:00 Symposium: Vitamin D and the Athlete | a medical issue or a nutritional issue?
09:30:00 A Nutrition issue? Enette Larson-Meyer
10:00:00 A Medical issue?
10:20:00 Keynote Lecture: Exercise-induced Dehydration: How much do we really know about its effect on endurance performance? Eric Goulet
10:45:00 Coffee
12:00:00 Lunch
13:00:00 EIS Case Studies Session | Supporting Elite Athletes – From Practical to Philosophical Perspectives
13:15:00 Physiotherapy
13:30:00 Strength and Conditioning
14:00:00 Tea
14:30:00 Keynote Lecture | Dietary Nitrate: The New Magic Bullet? Ron Maughan
16:00:00 Tea & Disperse
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