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Reviewing the quantitative research 

23rd November

Hello and welcome to the fourth issue of the Clean Sport Alliance newsletter! 

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. 

Housed on our Clean Sport Knowledge Exchange Platform (www.cleansportalliance.org) the Clean Sport Insight Forum agenda includes links to content released in the build-up to the event. If you haven't done so already, we hope you will watch the videos before we come together and send us any questions prompted by the content. 

To make it as easy as possible to access the Clean Sport Insight Forum, we are going to be using a user-friendly (we hope!) streaming platform and a link to access the platform will be shared with you shortly.

The fifth issue of our newsletter will arrive in your inbox on Monday 30th November. In this issue we will share the biographies of our speakers and a video of the Clean Sport Plan 2030. This plan identifies the 8 most important topic areas for social science research on doping prevention, as identified through multiple rounds of questionnaires sent to experts in the clean sport community. 

2nd Clean Sport Insight Forum 

programme

8th December  |  11h - 13h CET

EMERGING RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN CLEAN SPORT

Moderator: Prof Susan Backhouse (Leeds Beckett University)

What is 'clean' sport and
why should we care?

Collective Conversation: Working with athletes and stakeholders in a community-based participatory research framework.

Athletes
Andrew Heyes (Athletics, UK)
Jacco Arends  (Badminton, NED)
Sara Isakovic (Swimming, SLO)
Researcher
Prof Andrea Petroczi (Kingston University London)

Practitioners
Siobhan Leonard (Sport Ireland)
Nina Makuc (Sloado)

Barriers and Enablers
to Clean Sport


Collective conversation: Barriers and Enablers to Clean Sport.


Researchers
 
Dr Laurie Patterson (Leeds Beckett University) 
Dr Ian Boardley (University of Birmingham) 
Martin Chandler (University of Birmingham)

Emerging Practice in Anti-Doping
Education


Implementation of anti-doping education by world leading anti-doping organisations.
Presentations followed by Q&A.

Practitioners
Mike Earl (World Rugby)
Rebecca Lee (UEFA)
Colin Allen (UKAD)

Researcher

Dr Helen Staff (Leeds Beckett University)

9th December  |  13h - 15h CET

Creating a vision for clean sport

Moderator: Prof Susan Backhouse (Leeds Beckett University)

Clean Sport Plan 2030

Identification of the 8 most important topic areas for social science research on doping prevention.


Researcher
Dr Ian Boardley (University of Birmingham)
Practitioner
Erik Duiven (Netherlands Anti-Doping Authority)

WADA Education Strategy


Bridging the Gap between Research, Policy and Practice – How we can realize the benefits of Clean Sport Education

Practitioners
Amanda Hudson (World Anti-Doping Agency)
Kangeun Lee (World Anti-Doping Agency)
Tony Cunningham (World Anti-Doping Agency)


Sustaining Clean Sport Alliance:
RESPECT-P


Perspectives of Para-sport Athletes and Athlete Support Personnel

Athletes
Patrick O’Leary (Para-Canoeing)
Ali Jawad (Para-Powerlifting)
Sophie Christiansen (Para-Equestrian & BPA Athlete Committee)
Researcher
Dr Ian Boardley (University of Birmingham)
Practitioners
Michele Verroken (Sporting Integrity) 
Mike James (Physiotherapist)

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Reviewing the quantitative research on anti-doping and clean sport 

Dr Ian Boardley (University of Birmingham) outlines the findings of a review of 149 published quantitative research studies relevant to anti-doping and clean sport. Together with the synthesis of published qualitative research studies, we have summarised the evidence-base to help ADO's develop their education plans.

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If you have any questions on this review ahead of the Clean Sport Insight Forum, please send them to us. We will collate all the questions and hope to answer as many as possible during the live event.

Athlete Voices

In 2019, we invited numerous international athletes to voice their thoughts and opinions on clean sport and anti-doping. In their own words they told us about the challenges of competing as clean athletes. This collaborative and participatory process led to the creation of the Athlete Voices video series. 

Athlete Voices video series 

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