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University of East London Lecturer Michael Cole Receives Top Award

University of East London Lecturer Michael Cole Receives Top Award

At the beginning of September Michael Cole, Senior Lecturer in Sports Therapy at the University of East London, was awarded the status of 'Principle Fellow' of the Higher Education Academy - the first Lecturer to receive this award from the subject area of Sport, at the University. Continue reading

Canada is making a big impression on Sheena

Canada is making a big impression on Sheena

UCLan Graduate Sheena Davis was this year’s winner of The Society of Sports Therapists’ internship at the University of Windsor, Canada. The initial part of Sheena’s trip has seen her spending time with Athletic Therapists Kathy Harvie and Dave Stoute who run the Green Shield Sports Therapy Clinic on the University campus. Continue reading

Channel 5 News Interview for Society Member Lauren Pearson

Channel 5 News Interview for Society Member Lauren Pearson

Society Member Lauren Pearson was recently interviewed by Channel 5 News, when the story broke regarding Chelsea Football Club Manager, Jose Mourinho, and his outburst with two members of his medical team; Dr Eva Carneiro, one of the clubs team doctors and club physiotherapist Jon Fearn. Continue reading

Society Chairman talks to Professor Karim Khan, Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine

Society Chairman talks to Professor Karim Khan, Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine

Professor Graham Smith was recently interviewed by Professor Karim Khan as part of the British Journal of Sports Medicine's (BJSM) brilliant series of podcasts. Continue reading

Sexism in sport – a passing fad or a growing concern?

Sexism in sport – a passing fad or a growing concern?

Over the past few weeks, there appears to have been an increasing trend of disrespect shown towards female healthcare professionals working in sport, particularly football. The Society of Sports Therapists is extremely concerned about this, especially with many of its female members working with, and for, football teams at all levels of the game. Continue reading

UCLan Graduate Sheena Davis Scoops Canada Internship

UCLan Graduate Sheena Davis Scoops Canada Internship

University of Central Lancashire Graduate Sheena Davis has recently been named the winner of the 2015 Society of Sports Therapists Student Travelling Scholarship. Continue reading

Society Chairman Joins BJSM Senior Associate Editors’ Panel

Society Chairman Joins BJSM Senior Associate Editors’ Panel

The Society of Sports Therapists continues to strengthen its links with the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) with the appointment of its Chairman, Professor Graham N. Smith, as one of the Senior Associate Editors. Continue reading

UWTSD Sports Therapy Students support the Princes Gate Trust

UWTSD Sports Therapy Students support the Princes Gate Trust

Four Sports Therapy students from the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David took time out of their summer holidays to support the Princes Gate Trust. The Princes Gate Trust is a charitable trust set up to help initiatives that focus on supporting healthy and active lifestyles, children in need, water aid and servicemen and women and their families. Continue reading

Society Member Ed Pratt Takes Pride in Scott Lincoln’s GB Shot Put Success

Society Member Ed Pratt Takes Pride in Scott Lincoln’s GB Shot Put Success

Like many of our Society Members Ed Pratt, the newly elected Chair of the Communications Group, meets sports people from all levels of the sporting spectrum. In talking to our Members, what is clear is that it can be very rewarding when an athlete or individual goes on to achieve success or reach some personal milestone or goal. Continue reading

Government Petition for the Statutory Regulation of Sports Therapists

Government Petition for the Statutory Regulation of Sports Therapists

In 2006 and 2011, following a successful application made by The Society of Sports Therapists, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) made a recommendation that Sports Therapists should be statutorily regulated. To date, this recommendation has not been legislated, although the need for it continues to increase. Continue reading

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