British Journal of Sports Medicine
(ISSN: 0306-3674, 1473-0480)
Table of Contents
2016 - 50 (12)
- Can off-field 'brains' provide a competitive advantage in professional football?
- UEFA making vital contribution to football medicine.
- Why is UEFA carrying out injury studies?
- Preventing injuries in professional football: thinking bigger and working together.
- MRI findings and return to play in football: a prospective analysis of 255 hamstring injuries in the UEFA Elite Club Injury Study.
- ACL injuries in men's professional football: a 15-year prospective study on time trends and return-to-play rates reveals only 65% of players still play at the top level 3���years after ACL rupture.
- Injury recurrence is lower at the highest professional football level than at national and amateur levels: does sports medicine and sports physiotherapy deliver?
- Fracture epidemiology in male elite football players from 2001 to 2013: 'How long will this fracture keep me out?'.
- Does revision ACL reconstruction measure up to primary surgery? A meta-analysis comparing patient-reported and clinician-reported outcomes, and radiographic results.
- Injury prevention strategies, coach compliance and player adherence of 33 of the UEFA Elite Club Injury Study teams: a survey of teams' head medical officers.
- Hamstring injuries have increased by 4% annually in men's professional football, since 2001: a 13-year longitudinal analysis of the UEFA Elite Club injury study.
- The impact of short periods of match congestion on injury risk and patterns in an elite football club.
- Let us stop throwing out the baby with the bathwater: towards better analysis of longitudinal injury data.