Our Spring Study Day 2021 will take place on 22nd April 2021 on the topic of "Joint Health in Sport", and will be run in collaboration with our colleagues from Ulster University.
To register click HERE.
Time Scientific Presentations Chair: Dr Ciaran Cosgrave
5.30pm Welcome & Introduction – Dr Ciaran Cosgrave
5.35pm Dr Mark Matthews - Is running bad for your joints? - Ulster University
5.55pm Dr Chris Bleakley - The Ankle; is it more than just a sprain? – School of Life & Health Sciences, Ulster University
6.15pm Dr Emma Crone - Imaging Joint Injuries - Consultant Radiologist, Ulster Hospital, Dundonald
6.35pm Q & A Session
Time Research Presentations Chair: Dr Mark Matthews
7.00pm Undergraduate/Postgraduate Students (x5)
Time Scientific Presentations Chair: Dr Mark Matthews
7.35pm Ms Ciara Stevenson - Managing Chondral Injuries in Athletes – Belfast Health & Social Care Trust
7.55pm Prof Cathal Moran - Regenerative Therapies – Santry Sports Surgery Clinic & Trinity College, Dublin
8.15pm Q & A Session
8.30pm Closing Remarks – Dr Ciaran Cosgrave
PLEASE NOTE THAT PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Abstract Submissions are due by close of business Thursday 8th April 2021. Call for Abstracts has been circulated in correspondance from the office. Pre-Registration is required and you must register first before you submit an abstract.
FSEM Fellows and Members, Doctors in all specialties, Physiotherapists, Athletic Therapists, Sport/Exercise Scientists, Nurses, Paramedics, and Allied Healthcare Professionals with an interest in Sports and Exercise Medicine. Undergraduate & post graduate students in relevant disciplines are also welcomed to attend.
FSEM Fellows & Members - €30.00, non FSEM Fellows & Members - €35.00.
This event is approved by FSEM for 5 external CPD credits
Previous Spring Study Days:
2019 - in collaboration with Athlone IT
2018 - in collaboration with UL
2017 - in collaboration with UCD
2016 - in collaboration with DCU
2015 - in collaboration with UCC
2014 - in collaboration with RCSI
2013 - in collaboration with TCD