Sport Injury Study: Publications & Presentations

Publications

Emery CA, Meeuwisse WH. The effectiveness of a neuromuscular prevention strategy to reduce injuries in youth soccer: a cluster randomized controlled trial. Br J Sport Med 2010;44:555-562.

Richmond S, Doyle-Baker T, Nettel-Aguirre A, Reimer R, Emery CA. (2012). A historical cohort study and RCT examining the effectiveness of a high intensity neuromuscular training program in reducing sport injury and obesity in junior high school students, Canadian Sport Injury Prevention Research Symposium, Canadian Academy of Sport & Exercise Medicine. Kelowna, BC.

Richmond S, Fukuchi R, Ezzat A, Schneider K, Schneider G, Woodhouse L, Emery CA. (2012). Are joint injury, sport activity, physical activity, obesity, or occupational activities predictors for osteoarthritis? A systematic review, Canadian Sport Injury Prevention Research Symposium, Canadian Academy of Sport & Exercise Medicine. Kelowna, BC.

Frew, Kira. (2012), The effectiveness of a community-delivered neuromuscular training injury prevention program in reducing time loss injuries in youth female soccer players, Canadian Sport Injury Prevention Research Symposium, Kelowna, BC, Delta Grand Okanagan Resort.

Allen S, Meeuwisse WH, Ferber R, Emery CA. (2011). Do components of a pre-participation examination in female adolescent soccer players predict acute lower extremity injuries in soccer? Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference. Vancouver,BC. Westin Bayshore Hotel.

Frew K, Babul S, Khan K, Emery CA. (2011). The effectiveness of a community-delivered neuromuscular training program in reducing time loss injuries in youth female soccer players, Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference. Vancouver,BC. Westin Bayshore Hotel.

Morrongiello BA. (2011). Psychosocial factors affecting injury prevention in youth sport and recreation, IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport. Monte-Carlo, Principality of Monaco, Grimaldi Forum.

Richmond S, Emery CA, Doyle-Baker T, Nettel-Aguire A. (2011). Preventing lower extremity sport injury through a high intensity neuromuscular training program in junior high school, IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport. Monte-Carlo, Principality of Monaco, Grimaldi Forum.

Richmond S, Emery CA, Doyle-Baker PK, Nettel-Aguirre A. (2010). Sport Injury and Obesity Prevention Through a High Intensity Neuromuscular Training Program in a Junior High School, Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport. Toronto.

Allen S, Emery CA, Meeuwisse WH. (2010). A preliminary study to determine if components of a pre-participation examination in female adolescent soccer players predict lower extremity injuries in soccer, Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport. Toronto.

Presentations

(A) Invited

1. Emery CA. Academic career development perspectives. Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute Symposium: Trainee Career Development Day (Calgary, April 2011).

Target: Students/ Researchers

2. Emery CA (Chair). Injury prevention in child and adolescent sport: International evidence-based perspectives. Introduction, overview, and future directions in injury prevention in child and adolescent sport. IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (Monaco, April 2011).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners/ Government representatives

3. Emery CA. Evaluating policy in youth sport. In: Injury prevention in child and adolescent sport: International evidence-based perspectives. IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (Monaco, April 2011).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners/ Government representatives

4. Emery CA. Working with groups of players and teams. In: From the field to the politicians and back again – the challenge of implementation. IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (Monaco, April 2011).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners/ Government representatives

5. Emery CA. Risk factors for concussion in youth ice hockey. Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute Symposium on Traumatic Brain Injury (Calgary, February 2011).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners

6. Emery CA. The effect of policy on risk of injury in youth ice hockey. Pan Pacific Conference on Medicine and Science in Sport (Honolulu, Hawaii, January 2011) Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners

7. Emery CA. Evidence on risk of injury associated with body checking in youth ice hockey. Hockey Alberta (Red Deer, January 2011) Target: System policy-makers/ professional organizations

8. Emery CA. Evidence on risk of concussion related to body checking in youth ice hockey. Hockey Quebec (Quebec City, January 2011)

Target: System policy-makers/ professional organizations

9. Emery CA. Evidence on risk of concussion related to body checking in youth ice hockey. Hockey Calgary (Calgary, January 2011)

Target: System policy-makers/ professional organizations

10. Emery CA. Injuries in Youth Sport: Predictable and Preventable. An evidence-based perspective. The Sandbox Project (Mississauga, Ontario, January 2011)

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners/ Health Care and System policy-makers/ professional organizations

11. Emery CA. The risk of injury in body checking compared to non-body checking youth ice hockey leagues. Ice Hockey Summit: Action on Concussion (Rochester, MN, October 2011)

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners/ Health Care and System policy-makers/ professional organizations

12. Emery CA. The Randomized Controlled Trial: The only evidence upon which we should base our practice. A debate. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress (St. Johns, Newfoundland, July 2010)

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners/ Health Care and System policy-makers/ professional organizations

13. Emery CA. Risk of injury associated with body checking in youth ice hockey. Canadian Pediatric Society meetings. (Vancouver, BC, June 2010).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners

14. Emery CA. Risk of injury in youth ice hockey. GF Strong Rehabilitation Research Symposium, University of British Columbia. Keynote speaker (Vancouver, BC, March 2010).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners

15. Emery CA. Lower extremity injury prevention in youth sport. School of Physiotherapy Research Seminar. Invited speaker (Vancouver, BC, April 2010).

Target: Students/ Researchers/ Health care practitioners

(B) Peer Reviewed

1. Russell K, Meeuwisse WH, Nettel-Aguirre A, Emery CA, Ruest N, Wishart J, Rowe BH, Goulet C, Hagel BE. Injuries and terrain park feature use among snowboarders in Alberta. Br IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (Monaco, April 2011).

2. Richmond S, Emery CA, Doyle-Baker T, Nettel-Aguire A. Preventing lower extremity sport injury through a high intensity neuromuscular training program in junior high school. IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (Monaco, April 2011).

3. Schneider K, Emery CA, Kang J, Schneider G, Meeuwisse WH. Are pre-season reports of neck pain, dizziness and/or headaches risk factors for concussion in male youth ice hockey players? IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (Monaco, April 2011).

4. Emery CA, Shrier I, Goulet C, Kang J, Hagel B, Benson B, Meeuwisse WH. Is policy related to body checking a risk factor for injury in youth ice hockey players? Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

5. Richmond S, Emery CA, Doyle-Baker PK, Nettel-Aguirre A. Sport Injury and Obesity Prevention Through a High Intensity Neuromuscular Training Program in a Junior High School. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

6. Kang J, Emery CA, Hagel B, Senger T, Meeuwisse WH. Comparison of the CHIRPP and local injury surveillance system in Calgary. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

7. Allen S, Emery CA, Meeuwisse WH. A preliminary study to determine if components of a pre-participation examination in female adolescent soccer players predict lower extremity injuries in soccer. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

8. Russell K, Meeuwisse WH, Nettel-Aguirre A, Emery CA, Ruest N, Rowe B, Goulet C, Hagel B. The relationship between injuries and terrain park apparatus use among snowboarders in Alberta. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

9. Schneider K, Emery CA, Kang J, Schneider G, Meeuwisse WH. What is the risk of concussion in Pee Wee and Bantam male ice hockey players reporting pre-season symptoms of neck pain, headaches and dizziness? Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

10. Schneider K, Emery CA, Kang J, Schneider G, Meeuwisse WH. Baseline Sport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT) ratings in youth ice hockey players. J Sport Med June 2010;20:233. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

11. Hamilton G, Shrier I, Emery CA, Meeuwisse WH. Risk of subsequent injury in circus artists. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

12. Sole A, Emery CA, Meeuwisse WH. Risk taking in avalanche terrain: A study of the human factor contribution. Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine/ Symposium on Injury Prevention in Sport (Toronto, May 2010)

Project specific posters presented

Richmond S, Emery CA, Doyle-Baker PK, Nettel-Aguirre A. Evaluation of the effectiveness of a sport injury/obesity prevention program in junior high school students.

Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute Symposium – Best poster award

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