‘Organised crime and drugs in sport’ : did they teach us about that in medical school?
Challenging beliefs in sports nutrition : are two ‘core principles’ proving to be myths ripe for busting?
Sport and exercise medicine in the undergraduate curriculum. Are we inspiring the next generation of sport and exercise medicine doctors and helping them overcome the barriers they face getting into the specialty?
Social marketing : why injury prevention needs to adopt this behaviour change approach
Sickle cell trait : what's a sports medicine clinician to think?
Detecting occult cardiac disease in athletes : history that makes a difference
Gene doping : an overview and current implications for athletes
Effect of exercise-induced dehydration on endurance performance : evaluating the impact of exercise protocols on outcomes using a meta-analytic procedure
Republished editorial : London's Olympic public health legacy
The effects of vitamin D3 supplementation on serum total 25[OH]D concentration and physical performance : a randomised dose–response study
Would they dope? Revisiting the Goldman dilemma
Sports physicians, ethics and antidoping governance : between assistance and negligence
Individual perception of recovery is related to subsequent sprint performance
Significant and serious dehydration does not affect skeletal muscle cramp threshold frequency
Sports and exercise physicians as medical assessors
Major limitations in knowledge of physical activity guidelines among UK medical students revealed : implications for the undergraduate medical curriculum
Thomas Kuhn's ‘Structure of Scientific Revolutions’ applied to exercise science paradigm shifts : example including the Central Governor Model