The FSEM session, at this year's joint BASEM/FSEM conference in October, will feature the latest evidence on osteoarthritis, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and respiratory dysfunction in aquatic sports. Read the full news item and download an e-programme.
The Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA), an alliance of prominent health charities, professional and research bodies, including the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK (FSEM), has welcomed the World Health Organisation action plan to tackle a tidal wave of musculoskeletal conditions in Europe.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has launched a Physical Activity and Lifestyle clinical priority running over three years from 2016-2019. FSEM is a delivery partner.
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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
The Latest Evidence in Osteoarthritis Research, FAI and Respiratory Dysfunction
The Latest Evidence in Osteoarthritis Research, FAI and Respiratory Dysfunction26 September
World Health Organisation Action Plan to Tackle Tidal Wave of Musculoskeletal Conditions20 September
National Survey of the Health and Wellbeing of People Working in the Sport, Leisure and Fitness Sector30 August