British Journal of Sports Medicine

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Exercise medicine and physical activity promotion: core curricula for US medical schools, residencies and sports medicine fellowships: developed by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and endorsed by the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine.  56:369-375. 2022
  • Joint association between accelerometry-measured daily combination of time spent in physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep and all-cause mortality: A pooled analysis of six prospective cohorts using compositional analysis.  55:1277-1285. 2021
  • Return to play with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: Are we moving too fast? A critical review.  55:1041-1047. 2021
  • Health education through football (soccer): The € 11 for health' programme as a success story on implementation: Learn, play and have fun!.  55:885-886. 2021
  • Delphi developed syllabus for the medical specialty of sport and exercise medicine: Part 2.  55:81-83. 2021
  • Joint associations of accelero-meter measured physical activity and sedentary time with all-cause mortality: A harmonised meta-analysis in more than 44 000 middle-aged and older individuals.  54:1499-1506. 2020
  • Sports and exercise medicine education in the USA: Call to action.  54:195-196. 2020
  • Cardiovascular screening of Paralympic athletes reported by chief medical officers of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.  53:43-44. 2019
  • Cardiovascular screening of Olympic athletes reported by chief medical officers of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.  52:1097-1100. 2018
  • Cardiovascular screening practices in US National Governing Bodies and National Paralympic Committees.  51:1639-1640. 2017
  • Relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S).  51:1570-1571. 2017
  • Psychological impact of electrocardiogram screening in National Collegiate Athletic Association athletes.  51:1489-1492. 2017
  • The primary care sports medicine fellowship: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine proposed standards of excellence.  51:1328-1337. 2017
  • International criteria for electrocardiographic interpretation in athletes: Consensus statement.  51:704-731. 2017
  • AMSSM position statement on cardiovascular preparticipation screening in athletes: Current evidence, knowledge gaps, recommendations and future directions.  51:153-167. 2017
  • Infographic: AMSSM position statement on cardiovascular preparticipation screening in athletes: Current evidence, knowledge gaps, recommendations and future directions.  51:168. 2017
  • Nine-year study of US high school soccer injuries: Data from a national sports injury surveillance programme.  51:185-193. 2017
  • Why cardiovascular screening in young athletes can save lives: A critical review.  50:1376-1378. 2016
  • Death by homicide in National Collegiate Athletic Association athletes between 2003 and 2013.  50:172-175. 2016
  • The impact of diagnosis: Measuring the psychological response to being diagnosed with serious or potentially lethal cardiac disease in young competitive athletes.  50:163-166. 2016
  • Energy balance: A crucial issue for exercise and sports medicine.  49:970-971. 2015
  • Sedentary behaviour and physical inactivity assessment in primary care: The rapid assessment disuse index (RADI) study.  48:250-255. 2014
  • Cardiovascular screening in adolescents and young adults: A prospective study comparing the Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Monograph 4th Edition and ECG.  48:1172-1178. 2014
  • Standardised criteria improve accuracy of ECG interpretation in competitive athletes: A randomised controlled trial.  48:1167-1171. 2014
  • The psychological impact of cardiovascular screening: The athlete's perspective.  48:1162-1166. 2014
  • Detecting occult cardiac disease in athletes: History that makes a difference.  47:669. 2013
  • Biomechanical insights into the aetiology of infraspinatus syndrome.  47:239-244. 2013
  • Accuracy of ECG interpretation in competitive athletes: the impact of using standardised ECG criteria.  46:335-340. 2012
  • Sickle cell trait associated with a RR of death of 37 times in national collegiate athletic association football athletes: A database with 2 million athlete-years as the denominator.  46:325-330. 2012
  • Exercise over-stress and maximal muscle oxidative metabolism: A 31P magnitec resonance spectroscopy case report.  39:302-306. 2005
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0306-3674
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1473-0480