Online Presentations
SESSION 1
1.03 The scientific activities of the IOC Medical Commission 
Lars Engebretsen
 
1.04 The Olympic Movement Medical Code – How does it apply to you as team physician?
Richard Budgett
 
1.05 Preparing for a major sports event as Chief Medical Offi cer of a National Federation/National Olympic Committee
Young-Hee Lee
 
1.06 The advance of Science – reassuring clean athletes that cheats will be caught
Olivier Rabin
 
1.07 “Understanding the Prohibited List and dietary supplements – keeping you and
your athletes out of trouble”
Alan Vernec
 
SESSION 2
2.03 Classifying muscle injuries: useless or useful? 
Johannes Tol
 
2.04 What are the keys to rehabilitation success?
Rod Whiteley
 
2.05 Predicting prognosis–accurate classifi cation or fl awed fortunetelling?
Johannes Tol
 
2.06 When everything fails – what is the role of surgery in hamstring injuries?
Gino Kerkhoffs
 
SESSION 3
3.02 Infections in athletes – Who is at risk? (intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors) 
Olaf Schumacher
 
3.03 Strategies for preventing of illness in your team
Nick Webborn
 
3.04 Possible medical complications in athletes who exercise during an infective illness
Martin Schwellnus
 
3.05 Antibiotic and other prescription medication for infections in athletes – which ones to use or not to use?
Wayne Derman
 
SESSION 4
4.03 The 2016 Berlin Concussion Consensus Guidelines – what is new? 
Jiří Dvořák
 
4.04 Acute sideline assessment and the role of the SCAT5
Simon Kemp
 
4.05 The role of active rehabilitation – taking a targeted approach to therapy
Michael Makdissi
 
SESSION 5
5.02 Medical challenges – effects of travel fatigue and “jet lag” 
Christa Janse van Rensburg
 
5.03 Medical challenges – risk of illness/infections and injuries
Martin Schwellnus
 
5.04 Medical challenges – environmental issues (seasons, altitude, temperature and humidity, pollution)
Olaf Schumacher
 
5.05 Pre-travel preparation and approach to medical issues during travel: What the team physician should do?
Wayne Derman
 
5.06 What to do on arrival: The team physician’s checklist
Emin Ergen
 
SESSION 6
6.03 The clinical assessment: history, physical examination, load assessment, demand
Rod Whiteley
 
6.04 Physiotherapy management: First line
Ben Clarsen
 
6.05 Platelet-rich plasma, shock wave therapy and pharmaceutical treatments?
Johannes Tol
 
6.06 Does surgery work?
Jón Karlsson
 
SESSION 7
7.02 Introduction to the paralympic athlete
Cheri Blauwet
 
7.03 Medical challenges of the athlete with impairment – developing practical solutions
Wayne Derman
 
7.04 Medications, boosting and other dangerous practices used by Paralympic athletes
Cheri Blauwet
 
7.05 Common injuries in athletes with impairment: do we need different prevention strategies in Paralympic athletes to Olympic athletes?
Nick Webborn
 
SESSION 8
8.03 Is there a place for NSAIDs or Cox-2 inhibitors in the treatment of acute muscle tears? 
Robbart van Linschoten
 
8.04 Is there a place for cortisone injections in the treatment of acute musculoskeletal injuries?
Jón Karlsson
 
8.05 Is there a place for NSAIDs or Cox-2 inhibitors in the treatment of fractures?
Lars Engebretsen
 
8.06 Platelet-rich plasma injections for acute musculoskeletal injuries: do they work?
Johannes Tol
 
8.07 Treatment of pain in the athlete – The 2017 IOC consensus statement
Wayne Derman
 
SESSION 9
9.02 Knee injuries – Which cases should have early surgery? And which should NOT?
Jón Karlsson
 
9.03 Spine injuries – Which cases should have early surgery? And which should NOT?
Tolga Aydoğ
 
9.04 Shoulder injuries – Which cases should have early surgery? And which should NOT?
Lars Engebretsen
 
9.05 Lower leg injuries – Which cases should have early surgery? And which should NOT?
Jón Karlsson
 
9.06 Ankle and foot injuries – Which cases should have early surgery? And which should NOT?
Gino Kerkoffs
 
SESSION 10
10.03 A decision-based model for return to play in sport
Roald Bahr
 
10.04 What is the best practice for medical decision making in return to play?
Martin Schwellnus
 
10.05 Can imaging help make return to play decisions?
Adam Weir
 
10.06 How can functional testing help make return to play decisions?
Rod Whiteley
 
SESSION 11
11.02 From postseason injury analysis through pre-season screening – risk management in the team setting
Roald Bahr
 
11.03 What are the benefi ts of Periodic Health Evaluations?
Olaf Schumacher
 
11.05 Functional testing as part of the PHE – Yes or no?
Rod Whiteley
 
11.06 Injury and illness surveillance in elite athletes – the Norwegian Olympic team experience
Ben Clarsen
 
SESSION 12
12.03 Groin pain: anatomy and diagnosis– what do I need to know as a team physician?
Adam Weir
 
12.04 Imaging in groin pain – what do I need to know as a team physician?
Üstün Aydıngöz
 
12.05 Treatment of groin injuries
Per Hölmich
 
12.06 The hip in athletic groin pain
Onur Tetik