Published today (Friday 23 June) in the British Dental Journal, a new survey looks at 160 children in four schools across South Wales and concludes that children are using sports drinks attracted by their brand logo. The children believed that these drinks were being marketed at everybody, including their age group, despite these drinks being formulated and proven effective only in adult, elite athletes.
Dr Mike Loosemore, Fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) UK, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday honours list for Services to Sports Medicine. The Queen's Birthday Honours list recognises more than 1,000 people for commitment to public service.
The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK has published a positon statement to support Doctors giving advice to Down Syndrome patients taking part in sport and exercise.
The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) UK has launched a new Membership Examination. All doctors with skills in Sport and Exercise Medicine can sit the exam and apply for membership.
The 4th BASEM/FSEM (UK) annual conference will bring together an international Sport and Exercise Medicine community to deliver high quality, evidence based, learning for both specialists and generalists. Book here #AllTogether
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
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Children risk health as sports drinks’ marketing is misunderstood