British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) is a multimedia information portal that provides original research, reviews and debate relating to clinically-relevant aspects of sport, and exercise medicine. We contribute to innovation (research), education (teaching and learning), and knowledge translation (implementing research into practice and policy). We use web, print, video, and audio material to serve the international sport and exercise medicine community.
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Discussing Mental Health in Athletes with 3 Experts. EP#543
On this episode of the AMSSM Sports Medcast, hosts Dr. Corinne Rivard, DO, and Dr. Taryn Ryan, MD, are joined by three experts to discuss several key factors regarding mental health in athletes.
The panel of experts includes Chelsea Morales, PsyD; Samantha Morris, PsyD; and Andrew Toce, MEd, MBA, LPC, CMPC, and in this conversation, they address the following topics and questions about athlete mental health:
Explaining some of the roles and stressors that contribute to mental health injuries in athletes
How physicians can play a role in improving an athlete’s mental health
Who should be part of the mental health team supporting athletes?
What are some go-to mental health resources that student-athletes can utilize?
Examining the link between physiological response to physical injury or illness
What language can physicians use to address trauma and underfueling in athletes?
Beneficial advice on how to navigate the complex world of social media
Mental Health Issues and Psychological Factors in Athletes: Detection, Management, Effect on Performance and Prevention: AMSSM Position Statement—Executive Summary
Mental Health Best Practices from the NCAA Sport Science Institute
2023 International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) consensus statement on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs)
From Red Flags to Recovery: A Deep Dive into Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Strategies for Managing REDs. EP#542
In the last of this BJSM mini-series on the REDS (relative energy deficiency in sport) consensus statement, Dr Georgia Cahill hosts Monica Torstveit, a sports scientist who specialises in REDs and Dr. Kate Ackerman, sports medicine physician and director of the Female Athlete Program in Boston, USA. They discuss their paper, soon to be published in BJSM, regarding primary, secondary and tertiary prevention strategies for identifying and treating REDs. Kate provides tips for clinicians involved in athlete care while Monica outlines screening tools to identify at-risk athletes.
You can access their paper using the link below:
The New REDs Clinical Assessment Tool – IOC REDs CAT2 – with Professor Margo Mountjoy and Dr Trent Stellingwerff. EP#541
Professor Margo Mountjoy and Dr Trent Stellingwerff discuss the latest clinical assessment tool for REDs. They introduce the new International Olympic Committee Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport Clinical Assessment Tool - IOC REDs CAT2 – including how and when it is best to use it. Hosted by Dr Shona Kohlhardt, this podcast is part of the BJSM REDs Podcast Series.
To Measure or Not to Measure – the body composition question for athletic individuals. EP#540
Prof. Sundgot-Borgen and Dr. Therese Mathisen draw on their personal and professional experiences to take the listener through the new consensus statement in body composition measurement in athletes. Packed full of clinical pearls, this podcast is part of the BJSM REDs Podcast Series.
Updates in Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs) and how they can improve the care you provide to your patients – an overview with Professor Margo Mountjoy. EP#539
Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs) can cause various health and performance consequences for physically active individuals. BJSM’s Dr Liam West poses the questions to our topic expert Prof Margo Mountjoy to give you the overview of the changes to the recent IOC REDs Consensus Statement Papers. Margo has a wealth of knowledge in the area both in a clinical and research capacity so is perfectly placed to help guide you through the top take home points and how to improve the care you offer your patients!
Mononucleosis and Athletic Participation. EP#538
In this episode of the AMSSM (T: @TheAMSSM) Sports Medcast, host Dr. Jake Wessels, MD, is joined by Dr. Margot Putukian, MD (T: @MPutukian), and Dr. Siobhan Statuta, MD, to discuss the AMSSM Position Statement on Mononucleosis and Athletic Participation, which was published earlier this year.
This position statement updates the Evidence-Based Subject Review on Mononucleosis by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine published in 2008 and reviews the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, laboratory assessment, and management including RTS for the athlete with IM. It also addresses complications, imaging, special considerations, diversity and equity considerations, and areas for future clinical research.
A Past President of AMSSM and the CMO of Major League Soccer, Dr. Putukian served as the co-lead author, and Dr. Statuta, sports medicine physician and team physician at the University of Virginia, was a co-author on the statement.
American Medical Society of Sports Medicine Position Statement: Mononucleosis and Athletic Participation https://journals.lww.com/cjsportsmed/Fulltext/2023/07000/American_Medical_Society_of_Sports_Medicine.1.aspx
Taiwo Adeshigbin - PT & Sports Journalist
Great educational content!!!
Packed full of information in under half hour. If you work in sports medicine this is a must. Great speakers and topics look forward to continued success
Great content, awful audio quality
Please consider fixing the audio issues. It’s very difficult to listen to, or even hear the guests and moderators.