The end of August brought the transfer window to a close, followed by an international break for the Premier League, so has the last month felt slightly less frenetic? We’re not so sure!

There has still been much to enjoy in September, with England beating South Africa in the World Test Cricket Championship – and we’re also looking forward to the NFL International Series which starts soon.

As always, here is a summary of some of the research and articles you may have missed. If you have any suggestions for resources, studies or events for inclusion in future bulletins, please do let us know.

You may also be interested in this overview of the additional features offered with your SEMPRIS policy, if you are not already aware of these extras👉

Research, Articles and Podcasts


Cardiovascular Disease Events – Physical activity (PA) and coronary artery calcium progression investigated using Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study

Cardiac Genetic Testing – Indications and utility


Traumatic Meniscal Tears – Arthroscopic partial meniscectomy versus physical therapy in a young study population: a randomised controlled trial

Inguinal-Related Groin Pain – a pathological potpourri

Glenohumeral Joint Pain – Referral Patterns: A Descriptive Study

Running-Related Knee Injuries – Strategies for prevention and management: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials


Sport Medicine Diagnostic Coding Update – An important update for the sport medicine community

Concussion – Risk factors for prolonged recovery in young patients

Low Back Pain In Adolescent Athletes – Incidence, prevalence and risk factors: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Sport Events In The Heat – IOC consensus statement on recommendations and regulations

Inclusion Of Persons With Disability In Sport – Part 2: best practices and policy recommendations from Qatar


Some websites, podcasts and resources you might find useful:

Podcast: Surgical Goals – Consults with a Sports Surgeon –  Knife in the fast lane – Bill Ribbans sports surgeon

FMPA Podcasts – Rehabilitation and return to sport after ACL reconstruction

FMPA Podcasts – Menstrual Cycle Dysfunction and RED-S in Football

BJSM Podcasts – Tackling the big issues and training smarter in female collision sports with Kathryn Dane. EP#515

Podcast: Surgical Goals – Consults with a Sports Surgeon – Don’t do a Mel Gibson – shoulder injuries – part 1


CRY International Medical Conference 20 & 21 October, 2022 – Online

10th EIEIM Conference Exercise is Medicine 27th-29th October 2022, Virtual

MedEduCare Mental Health: From Prevention to Intervention to Reintegration – A Systematic Approach to Supporting Mental Health in Elite Athletes 18th November 2022, Royal Society of Medicine, London

GAMeS International Mental Health & Sport Conference 23-25 November, 2022 Wollongong, NSW, Australia

National Undergraduate Sport and Exercise Medicine Conference 2022 Saturday, 26 November 2022, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

Session 1 (AM) Transgender Athletes in Female Sport
Session 2 (PM) Culture in Sport goes Wrong: What do we do when it does? 2 December 2022, Royal Society of Medicine, London

Do let us know your feedback, and any suggestions you have for websites, apps or networks for inclusion in future bulletins.

DISCLAIMER: Horizons is intended as a helpful round-up for members of potentially interesting articles/opinions that have been shared online. SEMPRIS are not qualified to make/infer any clinical judgements, and the inclusion of content, events and resources does not imply endorsement.

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