The Clean Sport Insight Forum will take place on the 8th and 9th December. In the run-up to the event, five weekly newsletters will be published, showing some of the outputs from the RESPECT EU Erasmus+ Collaborative Partnership project. The newletters are also listed below.
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#5 | Towards the 2nd Clean Sport Insight Forum
In this newsletter we share video overviews of the 10-Year Research-Embedded Strategic Plan for Anti-Doping Education and the Clean Sport Alliance Knowledge Exchange (CSA KE) Platform. We also feature the biographies of our Clean Sport Insight Forum speakers. We hope you'll agree it's a brilliant line up of athletes, practitioners and researchers. By drawing upon multiple perspectives during the Forum we aim to bring to life the ethos of the Clean Sport Alliance and the RESPECT project.
#4 | Reviewing the quantitative research
We are only 15 days away from our 2nd Clean Sport Insight Forum. We are therefore excited to outline the planned sessions and share another video output, produced by Dr Ian Boardley, from our RESPECT EU Erasmus+ Collaborative Partnership project. The video outlines the findings of our review of 149 published quantitative research studies relevant to anti-doping and clean sport.
#3 | Athlete's clean sport perspectives
Today we are pleased to share two further video outputs from our RESPECT EU Erasmus+ Collaborative Partnership project. Produced by Prof Andrea Petróczi (Kingston University London), the first output explains the process and results of a community-based collaborative research project. The second output is the athlete panel discussion from our first Clean Sport Insight Forum, hosted by UK Anti-Doping in London in September 2019.
#2 | Barriers and enablers of clean sport
In today's newsletter we are pleased to share two further video outputs from our RESPECT EU Erasmus+ Collaborative Partnership project. The first output has been produced by Dr Laurie Patterson (Leeds Beckett University). Laurie highlights the barriers and enablers of clean sport, based on a comprehensive meta-synthesis of 100 qualitative studies. The second output is the fifth and final Athlete Voice video, featuring British endurance athlete Andrew Hayes.
#1 | the origins of the RESPECT project
Prof Sue Backhouse, from Leeds Beckett University, is a founding member of the Clean Sport Alliance (CSA). The first output is a short video in which Sue talks about the origins of the RESPECT project and provides a brief overview of the resulting outputs. She also talks about the purpose of the Clean Sport Alliance, and what unites the team. The second output is the fourth Athlete Voice video, featuring Germany's former professional tennis player Pia Braun.