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DAY 2: MARCH 5, 2023 (SUNDAY)

08:00 - 0:900   Registration
Keynote 2
Grand Ballroom
Chair: Andrew Massey (Ireland) | Co-Chair: Janis Espino De Vera (Philippines) 
Time
Topic
Speaker
09:00 - 09:30
Injuries in elite players – UCL
Jan Ekstrand (Sweden)
Lecture 2
Grand Ballroom
Chair: Mourad Ghrairi (Tunisia) | Co-Chair: Vernon Manil Fernando (Sri Lanka) 
Time
Topic
Speaker
10:00 - 10:30   Tea/Coffee Break
Symposium 10, 11 and 12 are run in parallel sessions
Symposium 10: An Integrated Approach to Managing the Elite Football Player   
Ballroom 1
Chair: Valter Di Salvo (Qatar | Italy) | Co-chairs: Hakim Chalabi (Qatar | France) and Cristiano Eirale (Qatar | Italy) 
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Illustrate major challenges in elite football medical and performance management  

  2. Discuss the integrated management of Groin Pain Syndrome 

  3. Deliver insights into a player management strategy adopted during a successful international competition 

  4. Outline the performance strategy implemented across elite football in Qatar 

  5. Discuss management of shoe and surface related injuries in elite football 

Time
Topic
Speaker
10:30 - 10:35
Introduction
Chairpersons
10:35 - 10:47
The medical and performance department in an elite club: the PSG experience
Cristiano Eirale (Qatar | Italy)
10:47 - 11:01
Groin pain syndrome: who’s the leader
Zarko Vuckovic (Qatar | Serbia)
11:01 - 11:15
Cohesive multi-department care of lower limb injuries in players with the world (cup) at their feet.
Athol Thomson (Qatar | Australia)
11:15 - 11:29
EURO2020: The story of the Italian success
Valter Di Salvo (Qatar | Italy)
11:29 - 11:43
Performance model behind Qatar football: 10 years journey to 2022
Daniele Bonanno (Qatar | Italy)
11:43 - 11:57
Shared-decision making in elite football players’ healthcare
Sofie Nelis (Qatar | Netherlands)
11:57 - 12:30
Panel Discussion
All
Symposium 11: Cartilage Injuries    
Ballroom 2
Chair: Emmanouil Papakostas (Qatar | Greece) | Co-chair: Arumugam Sivaraman (India)   
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Illustrate how cartilage pathology and symptoms are connected.

  2. Identify the need for treatment and apply proper algorithm.

  3. Interpret imaging for diagnosis and evaluation of treatment. 

  4. Discuss key elements of the rehabilitation program plan and the return to play process.

Time
Topics
Speakers
10:30 - 10:35
Introductions
Chairpersons
10:35 - 10:52
Pathophysiology of injury and repair
Nasser Alnusif (Kuwait)
10:52 - 11:09
High index of suspicion only? Aspetar treatment algorithm
Khalid Al-Khelaifi (Qatar)
11:09 - 11:26
Cartilage surgery: from simple to complex
Emmanuel Papakostas (Qatar | Greece)
11:26 - 11:43
Ankle cartilage lesions: Diagnosis and treatment
Bruno Olory (Qatar | France)
11:43 - 12:00
Basic steps in rehabilitation and return to play
Konstantinos Epameinontidis (Qatar | Greece)
12:00 - 12:30
Panel Discusison
All
Symposium 12: Anti-Doping    
Ballroom 3
Chair: Alexis Weber (Switzerland) | Co-chairs: Marc Vouillamoz (Switzerland) and Rachvind Sra (Malaysia) 
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Describe the legal framework in Anti-Doping 

  2. Discuss the doping control process from sample collection to results management 

  3. Make use of the WADA prohibited list 

  4. Develop a comprehensive athlete Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) application  

Time
Topics
Speakers
Symposium 13: Cardiac Screening | SCD    
Ballroom 1
Chair: Maria Carmen Adamuz (Qatar | Spain) | Co-chair: Guido Pieles (Qatar | UK)  
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Outline the role of cardiac screening in football players.

  2. Examine the ethical implications of cardiac screening in football players. 

  3. Plan for sudden cardiac arrest on the pitch.

  4. Demonstrate the management of sudden cardiac arrest on the pitch. 

Time
Topics
Speakers
Symposium 13, 14 and 15 are run in parallel sessions
Symposium 14: Ankle and Foot Injuries     
Ballroom 2
Chair: Pieter D’Hooghe (Qatar | Belgium)  | Co-chair: Lubna Al Raisi (Qatar | Oman)  
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Identify the most common ankle and foot injuries in football 

  2. Describe conservative and surgical treatment options for ankle and foot injuries 

  3. Appraise the role of podiatry in ankle and foot injuries 

Time
Topics
Speakers
Symposium 15: Football and Heat     
Ballroom 3
Chair: Sebastien Racinais (Qatar | France) | Co-chair: John George (India)   
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Define the effect of heat stress on a football player 

  2. Explain the effect of heat stress on a football game 

  3. Adapt the game strategy to the environmental conditions 

Time
Topics
Speakers
14:00 - 14:05
Introduction
Chairpersons
14:05 - 14:15
The effect of environmental factors on physical, mental, and biomechanical processes in Football
John George (India)
14:15 - 14:35
From running to passing the ball: how ambient temperature impact a football game
Sebastien Racinais (Qatar | France)
14:35 - 14:45
Effect of heat stress on proprioception and balance
Khouloud Mtibaa (Qatar | Tunisia)
14:45 - 15:05
Integration of heat acclimation and cooling in elite soccer
Lee Taylor (UK)
15:05 - 15:15
Using heat in the rehabilitation toolbox
Mariem Labidi (Qatar | France)
15:15 - 15:35
Managing heat stroke
Muna Al Musleh (Qatar)
15:35 - 16:00
Panel Discussion
All
16:00 - 16:20   Tea/Coffee Break
Cadaver Workshop: Review of Anatomy Wrist, Ankle, and Knee - Live Surgical Demonstration ACL reconstruction and Ankle reconstruction  
Aspetar Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Hospital - Sports Surgery Training Centre (West Wing Buidling)

Chair: Khalid Al-Khelaifi (Qatar) | Co-chair: Dr. Mohd Saleh Alharti (Saudi Arabia)  
Learning Objectives: 

On completion of this session, participants should be able to: 

  1. Live demonstration on cadaver of the anatomy: Wrist, knee, and ankle 

  2. Review anatomy and correlation with biomechanical functions  

  3. Review the kinematics of the ligaments and muscles 

  4. Live ACL reconstruction: demonstration on cadaver 

  • a. Discuss and review the function of the ACL 

  • Goals in reconstruction 

  • Basic standard techniques of acl reconstruction 

  • Discussion of Graft Choice for acl reconstruction 

5. Live Ankle reconstruction: demonstration on cadaver 

  • Discuss ligaments of the ankle and review functions 

  • Standard ankle reconstruction both open and arthroscopic techniques 

  • Review concerns with chronic injuries and cartilage lesions 

Note:
  • Only registered and paid participants for Cadaver Workshop will be eligible to attend this workshop.
  • Transport shall be provided from Westin to Aspetar and return to Westin after the workshop.
  • Participants must assemble at the lobby of Westin Hotel at 15:30hrs
Free Paper 3 and 4 are run in parallel sessions
Free Paper 3: Applied Sciences/Fitness & Conditioning      
Amethys
Chair: Karim Chamari (Qatar | France) | Co-chair: Aseel Abu Dayah (Jordan)    
Time
Topics
Speakers
Free Paper 4: MSK / Traumatology       
Amethys
Chair: Elisabet Hagert (Qatar | Sweden) | Co-chair: Bahar Hassanmerzaei (IR Iran) 
Time
Topics
Speakers