FMPA PODCASTS

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September 2020

DR JONATHAN HANSON, SPORTS MEDICINE CONSULTANT

Human factors in high performance football and concussion recognition in major tournaments

Dr Jonathan Hanson is a Sports Medicine Consultant with a background in emergency medicine. He worked as an emergency care advisor to the FA and worked on head injury systems and immediate care to the Mens team at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Jonathan wrote the FA Area course which preceded the current ATMIF course.Jonathan is currently team doctor at Glasgow Warriors Rugby and has extensive experience of working at the Beijing olympics and with the Scottish Rugby Union.

Jonathan is interviewed by Dr Andrew Shafik, Foundation Year 2 Doctor, Northern Deanery, BJSM reviewer and Editorial Board Member at FMPA’s publication ‘football medicine & performance”.

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July 2020

Dr Liam Anderson, Head of Sports Science & Medicine, Crewe Alexandra FC

Keeping non-starting players fit in professional football

Interviewed by Dr Andrew Shafik, Foundation Year 2 Doctor, Northern Deanery, BJSM reviewer and Editorial Board Member at FMPA’s publication ‘football medicine & performance”.

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June 2020

Dr Vincent Gouttebarge, Chief Medical Officer at Fifpro

Mental health of players during ‘return to football’

Interviewed by Dr Andrew Shafik, Foundation Year 2 Doctor, Northern Deanery, BJSM reviewer and Editorial Board Member at FMPA’s publication ‘football medicine & performance’

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March 2020

FMPA CEO, Eamonn Salmon, talks to Clinical Sports Psychotherapist Gary Bloom about the role of the Clinical Sports Psychotherapist, his work at Oxford United and the upturn in referrals.

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April 2019

The Football Medicine & Performance (FMPA) CEO, Eamonn Salmon, talks about the history of the FMPA with Mike Clegg.

From inception to the present day we hear from Eamonn on why the FMPA was set up for all medicine and performance disciplines within professional football, what the purpose is and what the aims are.

Eamonn reveals the struggles in setting up the association and the many achievements and successes to date.