2015 Asics Sports Medicine Australia Conference

Congratulations to the award winners from BE ACTIVE 2014:

ASICS Medal – Best Paper Overall

Mark Doherty_Elroy Aguiar

Asics Medal winner, Elroy Aguiar (right) with Mark Doherty from ASICS Australia (left).

Mr Elroy Aguiar

Improvements in weight, HbA1C and fitness following lifestyle intervention: The PULSE trial for type 2 diabetes prevention in men.

The University of Newcastle

P. Morgan, C. Collins, R. Plotnikoff, R. Callister

Best Paper Awards

ASICS Best Paper – Clinical Sports Medicine

Dr David Opar

Nordic hamstring exercise weakness is a risk factor for hamstring strain injury in elite Australian football: A prospective cohort study.

Australian Catholic University

M. Williams, R. Timmins, J. Hickey, S. Duhig, A. Shield

 

ASICS Best Paper – Exercise and Sports Science

Dr Adam Semciw

Quadratus Femoris EMG function while running and walking in healthy adults

LaTrobe University

M. Freeman, B. Batten, T. Pizzari

 

ASICS Best Paper – Injury Prevention

Prof Caroline Finch

A new classification scheme for coding, analysis and reporting of the incidence and impact of subsequent sports-related injury

Federation University Australia

 

ASICS Best Paper – Physical Activity and Health Promotion  Best Paper Award Winners

Dr Genevieve Healy

Potential impacts on cardio-metabolic risk biomarkers of reducing sitting time by increasing standing or stepping

The University of Queensland

D. Dunstan, E. Winkler, N. Owen

ASICS Ken Maguire Award for Best New Investigator – Clinical Sports Medicine

Mrs Ebonie Rio

Clinical implementation of isometric exercise for patellar tendinopathy: Is it successful on the road?

Monash University

C. Purdam, J. Cook

 

John Sutton Award for Best New Investigator – Exercise and Sports Science

Mr Craig McNulty

Influence of increment magnitude and exercise intensity on VO2 kinetics, time to steady state and tissue oxygenation

Charles Sturt University

R. Robergs

 

Sporting Injuries NSW Award for Best New Investigator – Injury Prevention

Ms Christina Ekegren

The facilitators and barriers to implementing injury surveillance systems alongside injury prevention programs

Monash University

A. Donaldson, B. Gabbe, D. Lloyd, J. Cook, C. Finch

 

ASICS Award for Best New Investigator – Physical Activity and Health Promotion

Mr Elroy Aguiar

Improvements in weight, HbA1C and fitness following lifestyle intervention: The PULSE trial for type 2 diabetes prevention in men.

The University of Newcastle

P. Morgan, C. Collins, R. Plotnikoff, R. Callister

 

Wendy Ey, Women in Sport Award

Dr Geeske Peeters

The influence of long-term exposure and timing of physical activity on new joint pain and stiffness in mid-age women

The University of Queensland

M. Pisters, G. Mishra, W. Brown

Poster Awards

Lachlan Garrick

ASICS Best Poster – Clinical Sports Medicine 

Mr Lachlan Garrick

Validation of visual rating criteria for single leg squat performance in asymptomatic runners

The University of Melbourne

B. Alexander, A. Schache, M. Pandy, K Crossley, N. Collins

 

ASICS Best Poster – Exercise and Sports ScienceLuke Perraton

Mr Luke Perraton

Quadriceps and hamstring strength, control and activation after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Relationship with knee function

The University of Melbourne

R. Clark, S. Telianidis, Y. Pua, K. Crossley, A. Bryant

 

ASICS Best Poster – Injury Prevention  Lyndon Krause

Mr Lyndon Krause

Understanding mismatches in body size, speed and power among adolescent Rugby Union players

Australian Catholic University

G. Naughton, G. Denny, D. Patton, T. Hartwig, T. Gabbett

 

ASCIS Best Poster – Physical Activity and Health Promotion

Dr Jason Bennie  Jason Bennie

Total and domain-specific sitting time among employees in desk-bound work settings in Australia

Victoria University

Z. Pedisic, A. Timperio, D. Crawford, D. Dunstan, A. Bauman, J. Salmon


For all general enquiries please contact:

Conference Secretariat
Sports Medicine Australia
PO Box 78, Mitchell ACT2911

Ph: 03 9674 8709
Fax: 03 9674 8799
Email: acsms@sma.org.au

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About the 2015 Asics Sports Medicine Australia Conference

The 2015 Asics Sports Medicine Australia Conference will focus on current research and practice in areas relating to the promotion of, and safe participation in, all kinds of sport, exercise and physical activity. The 2015 Asics Sports Medicine Australia Conference will provide an interactive educational forum of the highest standard, promoting the latest physical activity and health developments amongst key and influential industry professionals.

The 2015 Asics Sports Medicine Australia Conference will be held at the Intercontinental Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast, Australia, 21 – 24 October 2015.

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