||Sports medicine and exercise science in video
||Introduction -- Why do prospective studies? -- Background -- Steps for successful data collection, step #1 : developing an interdisciplinary team -- Step #2 : have a clear (but flexible) plan -- Step #3 : extensive training & preliminary testing -- Step #4 : establish quality control measures -- Clarity and consistency -- Preliminary findings -- "Prospective profile" of ACL injured -- Multiple factors affect ACL loading -- Key points.
||Executing a Collaborative Prospective Risk-Factor Study of ACL Injuries: Findings, Successes, and Challenges provides an overview of the background of the JUMP-ACL study—a 5-year, large-scale research project conducted at multiple sites which investigated sport-related ACL injuries. The DVD discusses some of the lessons learned as part of the study and presents some preliminary findings from the study.
|General note||Title from resource description page (viewed Nov. 18, 2013).|
|Other forms||Previously released as DVD.|
|Reproduction note||Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2013. (Sports medicine and exercise science in video). Available via World Wide Web.|
|Language||This edition in English.|