Aspetar, a sports medicine and orthopedic hospital, has announced a series of virtual forums based on the book “Aspetar sports medicine collection”, which will be organised from December until the Qatar 2022 World Cup starts.
The virtual forums will present healthcare professionals with the opportunity to interact and recognise the most important research, as well as many other topics on sports medicine that has made Aspetar an exemplary model in the world of sports medicine.
The “Aspetar Sports Medicine Collection” forum gives free access to information based on scientific evidence produced by the Aspetar scientific journal.
Running for two years
With the monthly celebration of the forum, starting from December 2020 until the start of the 2022 World Cup. Experts will discuss the 24 chapters of the book in just one month. The “Aspetar sports medicine collection” book was released in September.
The subject “Foot and ankle” will be the first to be addressed in detail in the first series of forums that begin on December 2, which will be led by Professor Piter Dokh, representative of Aspetar.
Several important topics of medicine and sports science will be addressed, including Hydration and Nutrition, Recovery Strategies, Sleep Problems and Long Trips, Sports Psychology, Heart Health, Pathology in Athletes, Ethics in Sports Medicine and Concussion in Sports.
The forums will be held on Microsoft Teams, which allows for visual and auditory communication between participants. Registration for the virtual forums can be done online, through the Aspetar site. Participants will also be able tojoin in on the Twitter hashtag to ask any questions that will be answered during the sessions.
It is also worth mentioning that Aspetar aims to present reliable, evidence-based information to a considerable numbers of readers interested in the sports and medical fields, as well as to help build awareness and knowledge locally, regionally or internationally. Aspetar’s vision is to be the universal pioneer in the fields of sports medicine, orthopedics, and rehabilitation, thanks to its elaborate world-class facilities, modern technologies and research.