Categorising sports injuries in epidemiological studies : the subsequent injury categorisation (SIC) model to address multiple, recurrent and exacerbation of injuries
The reach and adoption of a coach-led exercise training programme in community football
- Mountjoy, Margo, Junge, Astrid, Benjamen, Sarah, Boyd, Kevin, Diop, Mohamed, Gerrard, David, van den Hoogenband, Cees-Rein, Marks, Saul, Martinez-Ruiz, Enrique, Miller, Jim, Nanousis, Kyriakos, Shahpar, Farhad, Veloso, Jose, van Mechelen, Willem, Verhagen, Evert
Family support and ease of access link socio-economic status and sports club membership in adolescent girls : A mediation study
Ensuring implementation success: how should coach injury prevention education be improved if we want coaches to deliver safety programmes during training sessions?
Independent appraiser assessment of the quality, methodological rigour and transparency of the development of the 2008 international consensus statement on concussion in sport
Social marketing: why injury prevention needs to adopt this behaviour change approach
Knowledge about sports-related concussion: is the message getting through to coaches and trainers?
Coding OSICS sports injury diagnoses in epidemiological studies : Does the background of the coder matter?
What do community football players think about different exercise-training programmes? Implications for the delivery of lower limb injury prevention programmes
Statistical modelling for recurrent events : An application to sports injuries
High adherence to a neuromuscular injury prevention programme (FIFA 11+) improves functional balance and reduces injury risk in Canadian youth female football players : A cluster randomised trial
A knowledge transfer scheme to bridge the gap between science and practice : an integration of existing research frameworks into a tool for practice
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