SMNZ Conference 21 | On-Line Programme
Friday, 29 October
08:30 On-Line System Opens
08:50 CONFERENCE OPENING – Stephen Kara, SMNZ National Chairman
09:00 Dr Matt Marshall Lecture: Dr Michelle Smith
ACUTE ANKLE INJURY AND A STRATEGY FOR RETURN TO PLAY
(Chair; Sharon Kearney)
The Running Athlete – Multidisciplinary Session
10:30 John Molloy; A guide to strengthening for the ultra-marathon
10:50 Katie Vodanovich; Which running shoes should I choose?
11:10 Greig Rightford; Running technique assessment
11:30 Judikje Scheffer and Christel Dunshea-Mooij; Low energy availability in elite female rowers improves with awareness, education and nutritional coaching
11:50 Chris Milne; Snell to sub-2 hour marathon – 60 years of running progress
12:20 Lauren Shelley; Hard core, trunk junk or back to basics? Principles of abdominal exercises for running athletes
02:00 Keynote: Michael Nitschke;
TRAINING CHARACTERISTICS FOR SUSTAINABLE RUNNING
(Chair; Andrew Jones)
03:30 Session Introduction
03:40 Bruce Hamilton; HPSNZ Director – Team NZ in the Pandemic Games
04:00 Lisa Whiteman; Using a wearable sensor to measure ground contact parameters to determine running efficiency
04:20 Rhett Mason; The surgical management options for sesamoid injuries
04:40 END OF DAY PROGRAMME
Saturday, 30 October
08:30 On-Line System Opens
The Female Athlete – Multidisciplinary Session
08:45 Introduction to the Day and Sessions
09:00 Sara Widdowson; Nutrition approach for RED-S
and is IBS a symptom of under-fueling
09:20 Anna Fenton; The differentials of secondary
09:40 Deirdre McGhee; Breast Health
10:00 Sarah De Wattignar; The psychology of disordered eating in female athletes
11:00 Kylie Cox; The menstrual cycle as an indicator of female health
11:00 Rowan Schouten; Utility of MRI VIBE sequences and Bone Marrow Oedema (BMO) in the prevention, diagnosis and management of lumbar stress fractures
11:20 Anika Tiplady; ACL graft choice in women – should it be different to men?
11:20 Rowan Schouten; Surgical repair of recurrent lumbar stress fractures: Indications techniques and outcomes (in professional cricketers)
11:40 Suzie Belcher; Practical learnings from video analysis of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in netball
11:40 Chris Whatman; The association between sports specialisation and injury in a group of high school students
11:50 Emma O’Loughlin; Knowledge and attitudes to the menstrual cycle in the sports medicine environment: A qualitative study exploring the perceptions or orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists, female athletes and ACL patients in Aotearoa
11:50 Carmen Chan; Oral iron supplementation: Is it time to review our management of endurance athletes with iron-deficiency non-anaemia?
01:00 Keynote: Dr Sarah Beable
RELATIVE ENERGY DEFICIENCY IN SPORT – A CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE (Chair; Eloise Matthews)
02:00 CONFERENCE CLOSE
NB. This programme is subject to change.
1 All presentations will include live Q&A sessions.
2 All presentations will be recorded and available to delegates following the conference.