Statement on methods in sport injury research from the 1st METHODS MATTER Meeting, Copenhagen, 2019

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  • Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen
  • Ian Shrier, McGill University
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  • Marti Casals, The University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia, FC Barcelona
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  • Albertro Nettel-Aguirre, University of Calgary
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  • Merete Møller, University of Southern Denmark
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  • Caroline Bolling, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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  • Natália Franco Netto Bittencourt, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Physical Therapy Department, Centro Universitário de Belo Horizonte
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  • Benjamin Clarsen, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
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  • Niels Wedderkopp, University of Southern Denmark, Hospital of Southwestern Jutland
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  • Torbjørn Soligard, International Olympic Committee
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  • Toomas Timpka, Linköping University
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  • Carolyn Emery, University of Calgary
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  • Roald Bahr, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
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  • Jenny Jacobsson, Linköping University
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  • Rod Whiteley, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital
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  • Orjan Dahlstrom, Linköping University
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  • Nicol Van Dyk, Irish Rugby Football Union
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  • Babette M. Pluim, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, University of Pretoria, Royal Netherlands Lawn Tennis Association
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  • Emmanuel Stamatakis, University of Sydney, University College London
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  • Luz Palacios-Derflingher, University of Calgary
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  • Morten Wang Fagerland, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
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  • Karim M. Khan, University of British Columbia, British Journal of Sports Medicine
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  • Clare L. Ardern, Linköping University, Karolinska Institutet
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  • Evert Verhagen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

High quality sports injury research can facilitate sports injury prevention and treatment. There is scope to improve how our field applies best practice methods - methods matter (greatly!). The 1st METHODS MATTER Meeting, held in January 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark, was the forum for an international group of researchers with expertise in research methods to discuss sports injury methods. We discussed important epidemiological and statistical topics within the field of sports injury research. With this opinion document, we provide the main take-home messages that emerged from the meeting.

Original languageEnglish
JournalBritish Journal of Sports Medicine
Volume54
Issue15
Pages (from-to)941-947
Number of pages7
ISSN0306-3674
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2020

    Research areas

  • epidemiology, injury, methodology, statistics

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