Sports Medicine Research

AIS / SMA Symposium 2016: ‘Silent Contributors to Illness, Injury, and Performance’ (Day 1)

The 2016 Australian Institute of Sport / Sports Medicine Australia Symposium¬†took place on March 18 & 19, exploring the theme of ‘Silent Contributors to Illness, Injury, and Performance’. Given the calibre of presenters in attendance, I’ve been looking forward to this event for some time and I can safely say that the wait has been worth it!

Here are my sketchnotes from Day 1, including highlights from presentations by:

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Tendinitis to Tendinopathy: 2013 Refshauge Lecture by Dr Craig Purdam

Here are my sketchnotes from Craig Purdam’s fascinating Refshauge Lecture at this year’s Australian Conference of Science in Medicine in Sport. ¬†Craig elaborated on the history of tendinopathy research, demonstrating great respect for the work that has gone before while outlining how the past has informed our present-day understanding of tendinopathy and its remaining mysteries.

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