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Failure to manage the risk of concussion properly could lead to fewer people playing sport, according to Scotland's chief medical officer, writing in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
November 2015: Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association
M Mayo, R Seijas, P Alvarez
OBJECTIVE: To gather evidence about the outcomes of structured neuromuscular warm-up programs without additional equipment, as prevention of non-contact injuries in young professional soccer players. MATERIAL AND METHODS: A literature search was conducted during March and April 2013 (PubMed, Cochrane Library, The American Journal of Sports Medicine, The British Journal of Sports Medicine and the search engine Trip Database). RESULTS: After applying the inclusion and exclusion criteria, a total of 6 studies were obtained (3 clinical trials, one cohort study and 2 systematic reviews)...
November 2014: Revista Española de Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología
Joseph T Costello, Francois Bieuzen, Chris M Bleakley
The aim of this study is to estimate the ratio of male and female participants in Sports and Exercise Medicine research. Original research articles published in three major Sports and Exercise Medicine journals (Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, British Journal of Sports Medicine and American Journal of Sports Medicine) over a three-year period were examined. Each article was screened to determine the following: total number of participants, the number of female participants and the number of male participants...
2014: European Journal of Sport Science
Cortney A Myer, Eric J Hegedus, Daniel Thomas Tarara, Daniel M Myer
BACKGROUND: This article provides clinicians with a user's guide on the performance of the shoulder physical examination tests most supported by current evidence from a recent systematic review published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. DISCUSSION: A description of clinical shoulder tests is provided with explanations on exact testing procedures and complimentary photographs.
September 2013: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Sridhar Alla, S John Sullivan, Paul McCrory, Leigh Hale
BACKGROUND: the growing concern over concussion in sports has led to the publication of five major summary and agreement, position and consensus statements since 2000. The dissemination of information from these statements is largely unknown and difficult to quantify, but their impact on the research community can be quantified by analysing the number of citations to these key publications. The purpose of this review is to report the number and pattern of citations to the key published statements on sports concussion...
February 2011: British Journal of Sports Medicine
M R Lochbaum, R E Rhodes, S J Stevenson, J Surles, T Stevens, C K J Wang
For nearly 60 years, researchers have examined the relationship between personality traits and exercise participation. Rhodes and Smith (2006), using meta-analytic procedures reported that extraversion, conscientiousness, and neuroticism were significantly related to exercise participation (Personality correlates of physical activity: A review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 40, 958-965). Gender as a moderator of the personality and exercise relationship remained inconclusive. In addition, researchers have suggested that the stage approach may lend greater insight as to the importance of personality...
January 2010: Psychology, Health & Medicine
Maarten Hendrik Moen, Robert-Jan de Vos, Todd S Ellenbecker, Adam Weir
BACKGROUND: This article describes the best clinical tests of shoulder function and injury as identified in a recent systematic review published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. DISCUSSION: A description of the different tests is given, with photographs of the exact test procedure.
April 2010: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Bruce B Forster
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March 2009: British Journal of Sports Medicine
J C McGrath, D A Cowan
This themed issue of the British Journal of Pharmacology has been compiled and edited by Ian McGrath, Regius Professor of Physiology at University of Glasgow and David Cowan, Director of the Drug Control Centre at King's College London. It contains 11 articles covering the mechanisms of action of the major groups of drugs used illicitly in sport. The articles, written by experts in how drugs work, set out where drugs can or cannot affect sporting performance, how this relates to their legitimate medicinal use, their other detrimental effects and how they can be detected...
June 2008: British Journal of Pharmacology
A W Nichols
OBJECTIVE: To identify sports medicine-related clinical trial research articles in the PubMed MEDLINE database published between 1996 and 2005 and conduct a review and analysis of topics of research, experimental designs, journals of publication and the internationality of authorships. HYPOTHESIS: Sports medicine research is international in scope with improving study methodology and an evolution of topics. DESIGN: Structured review of articles identified in a search of a large electronic medical database...
November 2008: British Journal of Sports Medicine
C Bleakley, D MacAuley
OBJECTIVE: To examine the evidence base of sports medicine research. METHODS: A sample of four major journals that present core research in sport and exercise medicine (British Journal of Sports Medicine, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, and Physical Therapy) was examined using assessment criteria taken from the READER method. RESULTS: Randomised controlled trials comprised 10% or less of all original research articles...
April 2002: British Journal of Sports Medicine
C L MacLean, J E Taunton, D B Clement, W D Regan, W D Stanish
OBJECTIVE: To determine the efficacy of a home eccentric kinetic chain exercise program in improving isokinetic strength, knee function, and symtomatology in athletes with isolated posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury. DESIGN: Experimental design. SETTING: Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. PARTICIPANTS: The study included 13 athletes with isolated PCL injury (n = 13) and 13 healthy sedentary subjects (n = 13)...
July 1999: Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: Official Journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine
B Thompson
OBJECTIVE: To review 5 years of the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) to assess the nature of articles published, look at which specialities and nationalities were contributing most frequently, and analyse the numbers of subjects involved in the studies. METHODS: Data were collated from all original papers, review articles, and case reports from March 1991 to December 1995. RESULTS: Authors from 35 different countries contributed a total of 282 papers in the 5 year period, with medical authors (118) predominating...
December 1996: British Journal of Sports Medicine
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