The shutdown of sport in response to COVID19 was sudden and swift.
National and international guidelines have been being released week by week, and at the same time sport is beginning to return.
Sporting clubs, professionals, personnel and athletes at all levels have been impacted profoundly and need to adapt quickly.
What have we learned?
Join Sports Medicine Australia’s live and interactive online panel discussion to hear from a multi-disciplinary panel of leading sports medical professionals who will reflect on the needs of both athletes and sporting personnel as sport returns and the lessons they have learned through this unique and complex period.
There’s a lot we can learn from each other.
This is a great chance to ask your questions of our expert panel and hear from profiled athletes.
Date: Tuesday 14th July
Time: 7pm-8.30pm (AEST)
Location: Zoom (link will be sent out after registration via email)
MC: Ebonie Rio
Sport & Exercise Physician – Dr David Hughes (ACT)
Physiotherapist – Alana Antcliff (NSW)
Community & High-performance – Brent Larkham (ACT)
Sport Psychologist – Shayne Hanks (WA)
Join Sports Medicine Australia’s live and interactive online panel discussion to hear from a multi-disciplinary panel of leading sports medical professionals who will reflect on the needs of both athletes and sporting clubs as sport returns and the lessons they have learned through this unique and complex period. Ask your questions to the panel and hear from featured athletes throughout this live and interactive Q&A. #SMACOVID19lessons
Dr Hughes is a Sport and Exercise Physician and Chief Medical Officer for the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).Hughes most recently led the development of the AIS Framework for the reintroduction of sport.This Framework has been adopted by the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) and National Cabinet as the guide for the reintroduction of sport and recreation.
Alanna Antcliff is an accredited APA Sports Physiotherapist based at Olympic Park in Sydney, where she works for the NSW Institute of Sport alongside her role as the Head Physiotherapist for the Australian Netball Team (Australian Diamonds).
Shayne Hanks has a strong background in organizational psychology, sport and exercise psychology, and leadership development. Shayne will share many of the techniques he has successfully used with elite and professional athletes and teams (including the AFL, NRL, NBL, Cricket Victoria).
Brent Larkham is a former Australian Tennis player. After retiring, due to a back injury, Larkham became a world-renowned tennis coach, working with Wayne Arthurs, Richard Fromberg and Paul Hanley. Larkham is currently the Head of Sport at one of the ACT’s leading schools, Radford College and has joined Tennis Australia as its new Head Coach of the National Tennis Academy (NTA).
Registration for Return to Sport: Lessons Learned is FREE and essential.
Don’t miss your chance to speak with leading sports medicine professionals about the return of community and professional sport during COVID19.