Conference presentations

NoGAPS conference presentations

 2015

Bekker S, White P, Watson R, Finch CF. An analysis of safety promotion and injury prevention resources for sport settings from stakeholder organisations in Australia: type, scope, development and dissemination practices. 12th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference. November 2015, Sydney.

Donaldson A. Guiding principles of successful implementation of sports safety initiatives in community sport. bfu – Swiss Council for Accident Prevention Forum on Sports. May 2015, Bern, Switzerland.

Finch CF. From evidence to population impact – implementing a sports safety program in community sport. 12th Australasian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference. November 2015, Sydney.

2014

Barbery G, Donaldson A, Watson R, Finch CF. Learning from implementation science: strategies to promote sports injury prevention implementation. Federation University Australia HDR Research Conference. November 2014, Ballarat.

Bekker S, White P, Watson, Finch CF. The process that informs the development and dissemination of sport safety resources within key sport safety agencies in Australia. Federation University Australia HDR Research Conference. November 2014, Ballarat.

Bekker S, White P, Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Finch CF. What is the role of key sports safety agencies in the development and dissemination of sport safety policies for community sport settings? British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014; 48(7):565-566. IOC World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention. April 2014. Monaco. Abstract

Bekker S, White P, Donaldson A, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Cook J, Finch C. A catalogue of the sport safety resources for community Australian Football clubs from the websites of key sport safety agencies. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

Donaldson A. FootyFirst – Keeping your players on the field. AFL National Coaching Conference. January 2014. Adelaide.

Donaldson A. Just because they say they want to doesn’t mean they do: the challenges of implementing injury prevention initiatives in community sport. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

Donaldson A. Invited symposium paper: Fostering implementation of a lower limb injury prevention exercise training program among community Australian Football coaches. In: Symposium: Maximising sports injury prevention program impact — issues of implementation, context and compliance across the sports delivery system. IOC World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention. April 2014. Monaco.

Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Young W, Finch C. Bridging the gap between content and context: Establishing expert consensus on the content of an exercise training program to prevent lower limb injuries in community Australian Football. 2nd Biennial Australian Implementation Conference. September 2014, Sydney.

Donaldson A, Lloyd D, Young W, Barbery G, Cook J, Gabbe B, Finch CF. From content to context: the development of the FootyFirst program to prevent lower limb injuries in community Australian football. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014; 48(7):587–588. IOC World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention. April 2014. Monaco. Abstract

Ekegren C, Donaldson A, Cook J, Lloyd D, Finch C, Gabbe B. The facilitators and barriers to implementing injury surveillance systems alongside injury prevention programs. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

Ekegren C, Gabbe B, Finch CF. Injury reporting via SMS text messaging in community sport. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014; 48 (7):590. Poster presented at IOC World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention. April 2014. Monaco. Abstract

Ekegren C, Gabbe B, Finch CF. Injury surveillance in community sport: can we obtain valid data from sports trainers? British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014; 48 (7):590. IOC World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention. April 2014. Monaco.  Abstract

Finch C. Integrating hamstring prevention into an exercise training program designed for maximal implementation in community football. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

Finch C, Donaldson A, Lloyd D, Gabbe B, Cook J. The NoGAPS project: taking sports injury implementation and its evaluation to the next level. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

Finch C, Wong Shee A, White P, Donaldson A, Lloyd D, Gabbe B, Cook J. Measuring how partnerships evolve over a 4-year implementation project. 2nd Biennial Australian Implementation Conference. September 2014, Sydney.

Fortington L, Donaldson A, Lathlean T, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Young W, Finch C. How do we know if they are doing what we want them to? Assessing exercise fidelity in an injury prevention exercise program. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

Fortington L, Finch CF, Donaldson A, Lathlean T, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Young W. Development of an observational tool to assess quality of exercise performance by participants in a neuromuscular injury prevention program. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014; 48(7):593. IOC World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention. April 2014. Monaco. Abstract

Lloyd DG. Preventing ACL injuries: from the lab into the community. 6th Exercise & Sports Science Australia and Sports Dietician Australia Conference. April 2014. Adelaide.

Lloyd DG. Neuromuscular training to prevent lower limb joint injuries”. Synergy in Performance Health Symposium, Queensland Academy of Sport. November 2014. Brisbane

White P, Donaldson A, Lloyd D, Gabbe B, Cook C, Finch C. The challenges of developing an intervention that is evidence-based and contextually appropriate. Be Active/National Sports Injury Prevention Conference 2014, October 2014, Canberra.

2013

Bekker S. An investigation into National Guidance for Australian Football Partnerships and Safety (NoGAPS) partner organisation’s sport safety policies, and their dissemination and implementation in community Australian Football clubs. University of Ballarat Research Conference, 2013 Ballarat.

Donaldson A, Finch C, Poulos R. The application of implementation concepts and frameworks beyond human services: improving the translation of evidence into practice in community sport. Global Implementation Conference (GIC), 2013 Washington DC, US.

Donaldson A, Gabbe BJ, Lloyd DG, Cook JL, Finch CF. Preliminary evaluation of the FootyFirst implementation plan, ASICS Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, 2013 Phuket, Thailand. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2013;6(Sup):e55.

Ekegren C, Finch C, Gabbe B. Medical-attention injuries in community Australian football: a review of 30 years of surveillance data from treatment-sources. ASICS Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, 2013 Phuket, Thailand. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2013;6(Sup):e56.

Ekegren C, Gabbe B, Finch CF. Tracking injuries via SMS in community Australian football. ASICS Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, 2013 Phuket, Thailand. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2013;6(Sup):e54-e55.

Finch CF, Donaldson A, Gabbe B, Cook J. Engaging the sports delivery system when implementing sports medicine interventions. 2nd Annual NHMRC Research Translation Faculty Symposium, 2013 Sydney.

Finch CF, White P, Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Lloyd D. Tracking the evolving partnerships underpinning development of a national sports safety project. National Injury Prevention Conference, 2013 Fremantle.

Lloyd DG. Cross disciplinary team research reduces lower limb injuries in community level Australian Football. Invited Speaker. Raine Symposium Translational Research Symposium on Skeletal Health. 2013. Perth.

Lloyd DG. Preventing common ACL injury mechanisms. Invited Speaker. Annual AFL Grand Final Sports Medicine Symposium. 2013. Melbourne.

2012

Donaldson A, Cook J, Gabbe B, Finch CF. From research to practice: Understanding the implementation context from end-users’ perspective. National Sports Injury Prevention Conference. 2012 Sydney. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2012:15(6). (Sup);20.

Donaldson A, Gabbe B, Young W, Lloyd D, Cook J, Finch CF. Developing the FootyFirst program and implementation plan to maximise the public health benefit. 1st Biennial Australian Implementation Conference. 2012. Melbourne.

Donaldson A, Poulos R, Lloyd D, Cook J, Gabbe B, Finch CF. Planning for implementation: use of Intervention Mapping (Step 5) in two sports safety intervention case studies. Safety World Conference. 2012 Wellington, New Zealand. Inj. Prev.2012;18(Sup 1):A58-A59.

Ekegren C, Donaldson A, Gabbe B, Sheehan L, Finch CF. Sports trainers’ attitudes towards injury surveillance in community Australian Football. National Sports Injury Prevention Conference. 2012 Sydney. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2012:15(6) (Sup);129-130.

Gabbe B, Cook J, Lloyd D, Donaldson A, Young W, Finch CF. Bridging the gap between research evidence and real-world implementation: the NoGAPS project. Safety World Conference. 2012 Wellington, New Zealand. Inj. Prev.2012;18(Sup 1):A129.

Gabbe B, Cook J, Lloyd D, Young W, Donaldson A, Ekegren C, Finch CF. Bridging the gap between research evidence and real world implementation: Developing the FootyFirst program. National Sports Injury Prevention Conference. 2012 Sydney. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2012:15(6). (Sup);16.

Lloyd DG. Technique and perceptual motor skills affect the risk of ACL injuries in sport: Directions for new training methods Sports Medicine Australia Queensland State Conference. Sunshine Coast, Australia. February 2012.

Lloyd DG. Workshop: Training to prevent ACL injury. Sports Medicine Australia Queensland State Conference. Sunshine Coast, Australia. February 2012.

Lloyd DG. Workshop: Lower Limb Injury Prevention. Sports Trainers Annual SMA Queensland Conference. October 2012 Brisbane

2011

Andrew N, Gabbe B, Cook J, Lloyd D, Donnelly J, Nash C, White P, Donaldson A, Finch CF. What is the evidence-base for exercise as a lower limb injury prevention strategy in community Australian Football? Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2011 Fremantle. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2011:14 (Suppl 1);e4–e5.

Donaldson A, Cook J, White P, Finch C, Lloyd D, Gabbe B. Gaining expert consensus on lower limb injury prevention exercise guidelines for community Australian Football— the NoGAPS project. 2011 Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. Fremantle. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2011:14 (Suppl 1);e4–e5.

Finch CF. Challenges of implementation and surveillance. Keeping Australian Moving: Incorporating Bone and Joint & Action for Road Safety Decades. Canberra. June 2011.

Finch CF. Knowledge translation and establishing community prevention programs for Australian Football. In Symposium: Co-operating to achieve injury reduction – how the “Whole of Sport” approach has successfully reduced injury risk in elite and community Australian Football. IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport. Monaco, April, 2011.

Finch CF. NoGAPS: The design and evaluation plan of a large‐scale implementation study. Global Implementation Conference, Washington DC, USA. August 2011.

Finch CF. Research partnerships for prevention. Monash Business Breakfast: Bringing communities together through sport. Melbourne. September 2011.

Finch CF. The Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention (ACRISP) – 2010 research update. Second Annual Meeting of the International Olympic Committee Research Centres. Lausanne, Switzerland. September 2011.

Finch CF, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Cook J, Young W, Nicholson M, Seward H, Donaldson A, Doyle T, White P. The design of a study to better understand facilitators and barriers towards safety guideline uptake—the NoGAPS project. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2011 Fremantle. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2011:14 (Suppl 1);e4–e5.

Finch CF, Gabbe B, Lloyd D, Donaldson A, White P, Cook J. A research partnership to develop national sports safety guidelines—the design of the National Guidance for Australian Football Partnerships and Safety (NoGAPS) project. 2011 National Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion. Brisbane.

Finch CF, White P, Andrew N, Lloyd D, Donaldson A. Developing evidence-informed exercise guidelines to prevent lower limb injuries among community Australian Football players—The NoGAPS project. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2011 Fremantle. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2011:14 (Suppl 1);e4.

Lloyd D, Cook J, Gabbe B, Young W, White P, Donaldson A, Finch CF. Translating the scientific evidence for preventing lower limb injuries into training guidelines: the role of mechanistic versus clinical versus epidemiological studies. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. Fremantle. 2011 Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2011:14 (Suppl 1);e4–e5.

White P, Finch C, Donaldson A, Gabbe B, Cook J, Lloyd D, Seward H, Andrew N. Where should community Australian Football invest in injury prevention? A review of over 30 years of injury reports. Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2011 Fremantle. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2011:14 (Suppl 1);e4–e5.

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