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Education Sessions

SASMA offers a number of education sessions for members throughout the year, including our Annual Members Conference and our Master Class Series.

These sessions are offered free or at a discounted rate for SASMA Members (Professional, Associate and Student Members). Non-members can attend the sessions for a fee.







The 2019 SASMA Education Series is proudly supported by:


Pre-Reading Articles
Presenters for the 2019 SASMA Education Series provide pre-readings for each of the sessions. The pre-readings form a component of the Pre-Disposing Activity for GP's applying for RACGP Points. To access the 2019 Pre-Reading Articles Click here

Webinars
In 2019 three SASMA Members Education Sessions and the 2019 SASMA Conference will be available live via a webinar for those who are unable to attend on the day. The webinar participants will be able to ask questions in real time to each of the presenters and panellists. To take up this option be sure to select the 'Webinar' option when registering.

University Student Education Sessions
In addition to the SASMA Members Education Program, SASMA continues to run an education program targeted at university students and recent graduates. To see what workshops are on offer this year click here.
Other Professional Development Opportunities
Are you looking for other professional development opportunities in the sports medicine and musculoskeletal domains? Then checkout the Professional Development Opportunities page on our website.

Upcoming Sessions

ACL Injuries Debate: Surgery vs Non-Surgical Management

Wednesday 26 June 18:30 to Wednesday 26 June 21:00
Venue:
Prince Alfred College
Details:

Debate on ACL Management: Surgery vs Non-Surgical Management

This session will look at:

  • Evidence and opinion on who can cope without an ACL
  •  Risks of delayed or non-ACL reconstruction
  •  What influences the recommendation of type of ACL reconstruction
  •  Re-injury rates and return to play recommendation post ACL reconstruction
  •  Can we predict who will be a good 'coper' and those who will not

 The session will begin with presentations on the current evidence and guidelines for both ACL surgery and non-surgical management and conclude with a panel discussion.

 Time:   6:30pm    Networking and light refreshments and finger food 
    7:00pm - 9:00pm    Speakers + Panel Discussion 
 Presenters:   Dr Luke Mooney   Orthopaedic Surgeon
    Dr Elizabeth Clisby   Sports & Exercise Physician
Chairperson:   Dr Andrew Potter   Sports & Exercise Physician

This session is available to attend in person or via a live webcast.

This session has been approved for 4 Category 2 RACGP Points. Activity ID 161187.

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Uni Ed Series 1: Advanced Taping, Massage, Recovery

Sunday 18 August 13:00 to Sunday 18 August 16:00
Venue:
Adelaide Football Club
Details:

This workshop is a hands on practical session and will cover advanced taping techniques of the Ankle, Knee and Shoulder along with pre and post game massage techniques. To finish off the session there will be a hands on practical recovery session utilising the pool facilities at the Adelaide Football Club.

 

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Load Management: Case Study Presentation

Tuesday 17 September 18:30 to Tuesday 17 September 21:00
Venue:
Prince Alfred College
Details:

Load Management: Case Study Presentation

 
 Time:   6:30pm    Networking and light refreshments and finger food 
    7:00pm - 9:00pm    Speakers + Panel Discussion 
 Presenters:   TBC    
         
         

This session is available to attend in person or via a live webcast.

RACGP Category 2 Points will be applied for this session.

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