Doping and medico-legal issues continue to occur at all levels of participation in sport with the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics providing the latest examples.

Professor Nicola Maffulli and Mr Timothy Meakin (Barrister) will co-chair this high level SEMS Medico-Legal and Anti-Doping Meeting, held at the Royal College of Surgeons on 9th December 2016. The day will be interdisciplinary, interactive and open to medical, legal and allied healthcare professionals working across sports.

The programme has been developed recognising the Anti-Doping complexities facing practitioners working in sports medicine and the technicalities of the legal structure within high level sports. The presence in the faculty of Dr Alan Vernec, WADA Medical Director, Mr Jonathan Taylor, Chair of the WADA Independent Observer team at the 2016 Rio Olympics and Mr Nick Wojek, UKAD Head of Science and Medicine is of particular value in relation to matters concerning the Rio Games.

SEMPRIS have previously commented on doping issues and implications in indemnity and so are proud to be supporting this highly informative and current event.

To view the current programme, please click here. To book a place at this event, please click here.

Please do take a moment to visit us on the day to discuss how issues surrounding doping can affect your indemnity and how SEMPRIS can help.

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