The ACSEP is proud to announce that in partnership with our Ultrasound sponsor Sonosite, we will be repeating this year’s successful Ultrasound workshops following the 2017 Annual ACSEP Scientific Conference. Again, we will be running a Beginners Ultrasound session, and for those more familiar with the machines and who use them regularly in clinical practice, a Musculosketal Ultrasound for Sport and Exercise Physicians Workshop, again to be run by world renowned Australian ultrasonographer, Stephen Bird.
This Musculoskeletal Ultrasound for Sport and Exercise Physician Workshop will run over a day and a half from 8.30am Monday February 13th to 12.00pm Tuesday February 14th, at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Hotel, the Conference venue. The Workshop is strictly limited to 20 places to ensure an intimate teaching environment using Sonosite machines, with lots of hands on experience in not only diagnostic imaging but also interventional techniques. We exceeded capacity last year well before the conference, so secure your position as soon as possible. The cost of the day and half course is $1200, which also includes course work provided as electronic pdf notes, just prior to the workshop, to support the program. Registration for the Musculosketal Ultrasound for Sport and Exercise Physicians Workshop is via the conference website. The Workshop program can be found here.
In addition to this, the ACSEP will be offering a free morning beginners workshop for all delegates new to ultrasound and keen to learn more about ultrasound imaging basics in preparation for using them at their training practices. This session will again be run by our sponsors Sonosite. This will run from 9am-12pm on Monday February 14th. Delegates can register for this again through the National Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We look forward to many of you being involved in these excellent workshops at the conference.
The ACSEP Board
The ACSEP Management of Sports Trauma (MOST) Course teaches Medical Professionals the core skills required to appropriately assess and manage traumatic sporting injuries. The 1.5 Day Course aims to guide you through the assessment and management skills that are essential to manage Sporting Injuries both on and off the field.
The MOST Course is specifically designed for healthcare professionals, such as:
• Medical Students
The MOST Course covers CPR/BLS and ALS Resuscitation as well as;
• Assessment and management of the unresponsive patient
• Assessment and management of cardiac emergencies
• Cardiac arrest
• Assessment and management of acute exacerbations of asthma
• Assessment and management of anaphylaxis
• Assessment and management of seizure
• Assessment and management of hyperthermia and hypothermia
• Assessment and management of the patient with a head and neck injury
• Assessment and management of the patient with injuries to the chest
• Assessment and management of patient with intra-abdominal injuries
• Assessment and management of the patient with significant extremity trauma
This course addresses common emergencies that might confront a sports physician covering the rationale behind treatment choices and the adaption of medical management to the unique environment providing medical support at a sports event.
In a short course it covers the key learning points for safe emergency management of medical collapse, acute management of asthma and common medical problems, environmental impact, and trauma management and resuscitation.
The 2017 ACSEP MOST Course will take place at the Marriott Hotel, Surfers Paradise, February 13th & 14th.
We are delighted to announce the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians Annual Scientific Conference to be held in sunny Surfers Paradise in Australia. For those interested in clinical aspects of Sport and Exercise Medicine in a community setting the Conference offers a diverse faculty of pre-eminent international and local speakers in injury and illness prevention. To cater to all delegates a broader range of Stream options and Workshops are to be offered. These include but are not limited to regional musculoskeletal issues; Activity Prescription for Health; an update from ADSMAC who will also run a workshop; and the Management of Sporting Trauma – (MOST) course, which has been a roaring success the past 2 years. The 2016 conference introduced a new addition to the program, a day and a half MSK Ultrasound Course. We are pleased to be offering this again for 2017.
This is a unique opportunity for the Global Sport and Exercise Medicine community; Sport and Exercise Physicians, Sports Doctors, General Practitioners, Registrars, Physiotherapists, Allied Health Professionals, Medical Students and other specialities to meet face to face in the ideal environment that Surfers Paradise provides. We also have an outstanding group of Keynote Speakers.
We have received overwhelming support and compliments from foreign participants after attending the 2016 ‘Treating the Elite Athlete’ ACSEP Annual Conference.
First Year Registrar Orientation (Face to Face) - Gold Coast
The Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians would like to invite you to their SEM symposium at WAIS on Saturday 22nd October 2016.
The day will consist of a clinically oriented program covering acute and chronic knee, hip and shoulder conditions.
• ACL injuries in active recreational athletes
• Knee degenerative joint disease and treatment options
• Hip femoroacetabular impingement
• Difficult tendinopathies around the hip
• Shoulder instability
• Rotator cuff tears
• Appropriate imaging
• Clinical examination workshops
For our registration page, please click here
The Sports Medicine Australia Conference (formally be active) is a multidisciplinary meeting held annually for professionals with an interest or a specialisation in the prevention of lifestyle diseases through sports medicine, sports science, physical activity promotion and sports injury prevention. The Conference is interdisciplinary, and its purpose is to ‘to promote knowledge and practice the prevention of lifestyle diseases through sports science and sports medicine by providing an interactive educational forum of the highest standard so that the participation, performance and well-being of Australians engaged in sport and physical activity may be ultimately enhanced.
The Mackay SEM Symposium will be a full day event for those wanting to upskill in the most recent practices in Sport and Exercise Medicine practice. Covering the topics of groin pain, shoulder and rotator cuff injuries, advice on injury prevention for the exercising individual, management of tendinopathy and a session on concussion. There will also be a session on decision making which will look at biases that affect how we think and act in our practice, a great presentation for all of those in healthcare.
Following the presentations, there will be a short break followed by some examination workshops covering the examination of the ankle, knee, shoulder and concussion.
For our registration page, please click here
AIDA 2016 will be an opportunity to bring together our members, guests, speakers and partners from across the sector to recharge and reflect on the importance of strength and resilience in continuing to grow the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students, doctors, medical academics and specialists.
On the 24th of August SEMSA is hosting its inaugural event Careers in Sports and Exercise Medicine. This will be headed by our keynote speaker and renowned sports physician Peter Brukner, SEM Registrar, Orthopaedic Surgeon Rohan Price and Sports Physiotherapist David Francis. The night will focus on the various pathways that each of these SEM professionals have taken and information about career progression in SEM. There will be an opportunity to network with fellow students and professionals.