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The 2020 FMPA Conference will take a critical look at the Multidisciplinary Team;  the Past, Present and Future.  The last 10 years have seen a proliferation of the field of Sports Science and Medicine; for the better?  As each individual discipline strives for recognition amongst a landscape of opinions, how do we create clarity amongst the inevitable chaos? How is it best achieved?  The term interdisciplinary team is frequently used but how does this truly look? More importantly, how does this truly work?  Calling on experts across world leading institutions, a wide-ranging assembly of MDT speakers will discuss best practice, challenges faced and what the future holds for want-to-be world leading performance and medicine departments.

Knowledge is power and strength comes from working together 

Dr Russ Wrigley, Head of Academy Medical/Sports Science, Blackburn Rovers FC

Click on the images below to read more about the FMPA 2020 Conference presenters.

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James Morton

Professor of Exercise Metabolism

Liverpool John Moores University

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Dr Gil Rodas

Head of Medical Area, Barca Innovation Hub

FC Barcelona

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Mark Leather

Senior Lecturer in Sports Medicine and Therapy

University of Central Lancashire

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Daniel Ransom

Academy Psychologist

Manchester United FC

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Former Head Coach

England Rugby Union

Steve Kemp

Steve Kemp

Lead Men’s Physiotherapist

The FA

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Thomas O’Malley

Head of Physiotherapy

Wigan Warriors Rugby League Club

Luke Jenkinson


Head of Sports Science & Academy Medicine

Derby County FC

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Matthew Portas

Lead Physical Performance – Education

The FA

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Professor Warren Gregson

Head of Sports Science, Aspire Academy

Professor of Exercise Physiology, Liverpool John Moores University

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Frankie Hunter

Frankie Hunter

Head of Fitness

Middlesbrough FC