RISM in Gothenburg with running injury peers
In May 2019, RUNSAFE participated in the fourth Running Injury Science Meeting (RISM) at Center for Health and Performance (CHP) in Gothenburg, Sweden.
In May 2019 RUNSAFE participated in the fourth Running Injury Science Meeting at Center for Health and Performance (CHP) in Gothenburg, Sweden. The purpose of the meeting was to present and discuss relevant topics of running injury science.
At the meeting RUNSAFE contributed with the following presentations/talks:
· Karen Krogh Johansen: Eating disorders among Danish male and female middle- and long distance runners.
· Asbjørn Kloppenborg: Field-based measurements of cumulative workload during running, how does it change within running distance across running sessions in the same runner.
· Christina Lyngsø Udby: Definitions of workload used in studies examining the association between workload and training-related injuries (TRI) in sport etiology research
· Rasmus Østergaard Nielsen: Aligning the research goal, causal question and analytical approach in running injury research: Revisiting the concepts of confounding and effect-measure modification.
Attendees besides RUNSAFE Research group:
Brazilian Running Injury Group, Universidade Cidade de São Paulo, Brazil
· Julio Fernandes de Jesus
· Leandro Fukusawa
· Luiz Hespanhol Junior
· Gustavo Leporace
· Gabriela Martins de Oliveira
· Gustavo Nakaoka
Sports Medicine Research Laboratory, Luxembourg Institute of Health, Luxembourg
· Laurent Malisoux
Center for Health and Performance, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
· Pia Desai
· Stefan Grau
· Jonatan Jungmalm
· Hannah Knapton
School of Health and Welfare, Halmstad University, Sweden
· Urban Johnson
· James Parker
Karolinska Institutet & The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Sweden
· Alexander Wolthon
Qualisys AB & Elitrehab, Sweden
· Vincent Fohanno
· Peter Fröberg
· Marie Larsson