Following the recent Westminster Hall debate to discuss allocation of funding for the soft drinks industry levy. The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK welcomes proposed government measures to invest revenue from the soft drinks industry levy in programmes to provide an increase in sport and physical activity for school aged children.
The FSEM is calling for a sustained increase in regular physical activity to be part of all childrens’ daily routines to prevent and manage obesity, alongside measures to reduce the advertising and consumption of less healthy food and drink.
The FSEM has published a new version of its Professional Code for all doctors working with athletes.
|Sport Duty of Care Review|
|Draft Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy||A Fresh Approach - The case for Exercise Medicine|
|Obesity Health Alliance||A Fresh Approach in Practice -A new approach to MSK Medicine|
|Sugar Levy Announcement||Student Exercise Prescription Booklet|
|Sporting Future - An New Strategy for an Active Nation including Sport and Exercise Medicine key deliverable||Exercise for Life Booklet|
|Concussion Group||Concussion Guidelines for the Education Sector|
Statement and FAQ on Cross Recognition of Emergency Care Courses in Sport view here
Ultrasound Clinical Assessment is now available to our members view here
We offer a CESR application advice service for members view here
The FSEM offers CPD accreditation for related courses, conferences and events view here
BASEM offers SEM Training Courses throughout the year - www.basem.co.uk
Other useful links - Appraisal & Revalidation