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XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016 - Medical considerations

XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016 - Medical considerations

XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016 - Medical considerations

James Moore MPhtySt(Manips) MSc Applied Biomech BSc9Hons) CSCS
James Moore MPhtySt(Manips) MSc Applied Biomech BSc9Hons) CSCS
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Keynote lecture at the BASEM?FSEM Annual Conference in Liverpool. October 2016

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To understand the organisation and support for team GB athletes for the 2016 Olympics in Rio
What facilities were available and how they were modified for our use, How medical support helped team GB win a record number of medals
James Moore MPhtySt(Manips) MSc Applied Biomech BSc9Hons) CSCS

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James Moore MPhtySt(Manips) MSc Applied Biomech BSc9Hons) CSCS
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

James is employed by the BOA and was Deputy Chef de Mission for Performance Services for Team GB for the Olympics. He is manager of the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit at Bisham Abbey

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