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Therapeutic Use Exemptions - Part 3 - Ethical Considerations

Therapeutic Use Exemptions - Part 3 - Ethical Considerations

Therapeutic Use Exemptions - Part 3 - Ethical Considerations

Nick Wojek
Nick Wojek
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 09 Jan 2018

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Last updated: 18 Mar 2018

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Kevin Renton (18 Mar 2018)
Useful insight into the workings of the TUE Committee and ethical considerations that must be considered for the athlete/team doctor/TUEC.

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The Third of 3 presentations on TUE's at the BASEM/FSEM Annual Conference 2017 in Bath

Objectives

To understand the ethical considerations in granting a TUE
Keeping TUE's fair for all athletes whether they need a TUE to train and compete or not. The ethical considerations of the athletes, doctors, decision makers and policy makers.
Nick Wojek

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Nick Wojek
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

Nick has 9 years anti doping experience. He is head of Science and Medicine at UK Anti Doping and leads on the implementation of the Athlete's Biological Passport.. He advises on policy recommendations to WADA and works closely with the Drug Control Centre at Kings College London.

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Useful insight into the workings of the TUE Committee and ethical considerations that must be considered for the athlete/team doctor/TUEC.

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