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DAY 3: MARCH 6, 2023 (MONDAY)

08:00 - 0:900   Registration
Keynote 3
Grand Ballroom
Chair: Yorck Olaf Schumacher (Germany/Qatar)  | Co-chair:  Marc Vouillamoz (Switzerland) 
Time
Topic
Speaker
Lecture 3
Grand Ballroom
Chair: Mark Jones (Australia)  | Co-chair: Bernadett Velasco (Philippines) 
Learning Objectives: 

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

1.Understand the general approach of medical decision making about RTP after infectious diseases.  

2. Develop expertise in deciding about proper diagnostic procedures within the RTP process after Covid-19, i. e. avoiding overdiagnosis. 

3. Understand that Covid-19 does not invalidate all established RTP algorithms. 

Time
Topic
Speaker
10:00 - 10:30   Tea/Coffee Break
Symposium 16, 17 and 18 are run in parallel sessions
Symposium 16: Injury and Illnesses Surveillance in Asian (ASPEV) 
Ballroom 1
Chair: Karim Chamari (Qatar | France) | Co-chair: Roald Bahr (Qatar | Norway) 
Learning Objectives: 

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

  1. Describe the principles of injury and illness surveillance and the benefits of recent advances in the field 

  2. Evaluate the benefits and challenges of injury and illness surveillance 

  3. Discuss strategies to be undertaken by team medical staff to inspire and develop Risk Management Plans within the team 

  4. Identify potential pitfalls when establishing an injury surveillance program 

Time
Topics
Speakers
10:30 - 10:35
Introduction
Chairpersons
10:35 - 10:50
Principles of injury and illness surveillance - guidance from the IOC Consensus statement
Roald Bahr (Qatar | Norway) & Karim Chamari (Qatar | France)
10:50 - 11:05
How to promote an injury and illness surveillance program at the level of a country
Bahar Hassanmirzaei (Qatar | Islamic Republic of Iran)
11:05 - 11:20
Data: from the clinic to computer entry - process and challenges
Karen Kwong Hoi Hang (Hong Kong)
11:20 - 11:35
Using data to guide prevention: How to apply data on the football pitch and communicate with coaching staff: barriers and opportunities.
Ryo Matsunaga (Japan)
11:35 - 11:50
Main results of the AFC Surveillance Program - what can we learn from our experience with the participating teams
Montassar Tabben (Qatar | Tunisia)
11:50 - 12:10
The problems/challenges of women's sports injury surveillance and possible solutions (5 problems and 5 tips)
Monia Slim (Qatar | Tunisia)
12:10 - 12:30
Panel Discussion
All
Symposium 17: Upper Extremity Injuries in Goalkeepers
Ballroom 2
Chair: Elisabet Hagert (Qatar | Sweden) | Co-chair: Johnny Andersson (Sweden)  
Learning Objectives: 

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

  1. Assess the common upper extremity injuries in goal keepers 

  2. Discuss methods to diagnose injuries in the upper extremity 

  3. Apply proprioception and splinting concepts in pre-season and postoperative training 

  4. Discuss shoulder, wrist, and hand examination for common pathologies 

Time
Topics
Speakers
10:30 - 10:34
Introduction
Chairpersons
10:34- - 10:46
Forearm, wrist, and hand Injuries in vs goal keeper’s vs outfield players – UEFA statistics
Jonny Andersson
10:46 - 11:01
AC joint, shoulder, and elbow Injuries in goal keepers
Bashir Zikria (Qatar | USA)
11:01 - 11:16
Stress fractures in goal keepers
Javier Arnaiz (Qatar | Spain)
11:16 - 11:28
Managing the post traumatic stiff elbow
Nicoletta Luchini (Qatar | Italy)
11:28 - 11:40
Wrist ligament injuries and scaphoid fractures
Jonny Andersson (Sweden)
11:40 - 11:55
The role of proprioception and pre-season training
Elisabet Hagert (Qatar | Sweden)
11:55 - 12:10
Splinting and post-operative management
Om El Khir Ksantini (Qatar)
12:10 - 12:30
Panel Discussion
All
Symposium 18: Research in Football: Quo Vadis?  
Ballroom 3

Chair: Andrew Massey (UK) | Co-chair: Andreas Serner (Denmark)  
Learning Objectives: 

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

1. Recall practical ways in which injury surveillance can assist football teams 

2. Appraise current injury prevention strategies and assess further improvement possibilities 

3. Summarize current research in performance and injury prevention in women’s football 

4. Explain how load management can assist in injury prevention and describe associated limitations 

Time
Topics
Speakers
10:30 - 10:35
Introduction
Chairpersons
10:35 - 10:47
FIFA Medical vision – Scientific focus areas, medical network, and Medical Centres of Excellence
Andrew Massey (UK)
10:47 - 10:59
Injury spotting in football
Andreas Serner (Denmark)
10:59 - 11:11
Injury surveillance at FIFA World Cups
Katharina Grimm (South Africa)
11:11 - 11:23
Play like a girl – keeping our female players healthy and performing
Margo Mountjoy (Canada)
11:23 - 11:34
Football medicine research in the USA towards the World Cup
George Chiampas (USA)
11:34 - 11:46
Supporting football medicine research in Africa
Yacine Zerguini (Algeria)
11:46 - 11:58
Football science in the future: challenges and solutions.
George Nassis (Greece | UAE)
11:58 - 12:30
Panel Discussion
All
12:30 - 14:00   Lunch Break | Poster Presentation 
Symposium 19, 20 and 21 are run in parallel sessions
Symposium 19: Performance Development of Football Players   
Ballroom 1

Chair: Marco Cardinale (Qatar | Italy) | Co-chair: Warren Gregson (Qatar | UK)   
Learning Objectives: 

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

  1. Discuss key components needed to facilitate the translation of data to insights which enhance organizational performance in football 

  2. Explain the influence of the coach-player relationship on performance development 

  3. List development and performance pathways observed in athletes from different sports 

  4. Measure football performance and formulate appropriate training and development plans 

Time
Topics
Speaker
14:00 - 14:05
Introduction
Chairpersons
14:05 - 14:25
Developing performance from youth to senior players: the Qatar story
Alberto Mendez-Villanueva (Qatar | Spain)
14:25 - 14:45
Personal learning as a source of competitive advantage?
Maria Ruiz de Ona Plaza (Qatar | Spain)
14:45 - 15:05
What can we learn from Olympic sports?
Marco Cardinale (Qatar | Italy)
15:05 - 15:25
Bridging the gap between data and insights in the evolving football performance landscape
Warren Gregson (Qatar | UK)
15:25 - 15:35
Transitioning between club and national teams; factors informing training load on arrival into national team camp.
Rob Duffield (Australia)
15:35 - 16:00
Panel Discussion
All
Symposium 20: Update in Imaging of Football Injuries 
Ballroom 2

Chair: Marcelo Bordalo (Qatar | Brazil) | Co-chair: James Linklater (Australia)    
Learning Objectives: 

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

  1. Outline the physiopathology and the imaging findings of bone stress injuries 

  2. Identify the most common injuries affecting the spine of the footballer 

  3. Classify accurately the muscle sprain in the lower limb 

  4. Identify the most common injuries affecting the goalkeeper 

  5. Describe the imaging assessment of groin pain in the football player 

Time
Topics
Speaker
Symposium 21: Travelling with a Football Team  
Ballroom 3
Chair: Ian McGuinness (Qatar | Scotland) | Co-chair: Mark Fulcher (New Zealand)   
Learning Objectives: 

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

  1. Develop a medical supplies strategy according to a specific destination  

  2. Identify the needs and adapt to the particularities of the tournament the team is participating 

  3. Adapt, monitor, and quantify training according to the tournament competition load 

Time
Topics
Speaker
14:00 - 14:05
Introduction
Chairpersons
14:05 - 14:17
Travel preparation for medical teams for international competitions
Raquel Capella (Qatar | Spain)
14:17 - 14:29
Complexities of managing injuries abroad
Cosmin Horobeanu (Qatar | Romania)
14:29 - 14:41
Delivering sport psychology while traveling with a football team
Jaime Diaz (Qatar | Spain)
14:41 - 14:53
Training load management for intercontinental tournaments
Alberto Mendez Villanueva (Qatar | Spain)
14:53 - 15:05
Recovery strategies
Hani Al Haddad (Qatar | France)
15:05 - 15:17
Management of jet lag and performance (including medication considerations)
George Chiampas (USA)
15:17 - 15:29
Emergency medical management on the pitch in a major FIFA tournament - where do we all fit in?
Celeste Geertsema (Qatar | New Zealand)
15:29 - 16:00
Panel Discussion
All
16:00 - 16:30   Tea/Coffee Break
Lecture 4  
Grand Ballroom
Chair: Katharina Grimm (South Africa) | Co-chair: Dato’ Dr Suaran Singh (Malaysia)    
Learning Objectives: 

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

  1. Understand the magnitude and aetiology of mental health symptoms and disorders based on the available scientific knowledge 

  2. Identify the IOC Sport Mental Health Assessment and Recognition Tools (SMHAT / SMHRT) 

  3. Develop competency in the clinical approach to athlete mental health symptoms and disorders 

Time
Topic
Speaker
Lecture 5  
Grand Ballroom
Chair: Andrew Colin Mercer (UK) | Co-chair: Katharina Grimm (South Africa) 
17:15 - 17:30   Closing Ceremony
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Topic
Speaker