BMJ is delighted to introduce our new event for the sports and exercise medicine community, BJSM Live. This global event takes place on 25 May 2022, at the Hilton Brighton Metropole, Brighton and online. Find out who should attend this event by clicking here.
Our mission and vision
We will bring together the global sports and exercise medicine community to share latest evidence and cutting edge research, to give expert advice on managing patients in your practice, and to discuss how we support populations to live healthy and physically active lifestyles.
- To share the latest evidence on new treatments, guidelines and best practice for supporting patients with sports or exercise related injuries
- To answer questions and provide advice from leading experts in the field on how to handle tricky cases in your practice
- To discuss and debate ways in which populations can be encouraged to live more active lifestyles, how to turn research into policy, and how this impacts on reducing preventable diseases
- To form a diverse community of professionals, patients and athletes working across different countries, levels and specialties
The event will be planned and delivered according to the following values:
We acknowledge the social determinants of health, and the inequalities that are present between different countries, communities, systems and populations. We will discuss these issues, and work together to create fairer systems leading to justice.
Diversity and inclusion
We are committed to ensuring diversity and inclusion across our programme. This extends to the subjects we cover and equitable representation of speakers in terms of gender, ethnicity, and geographical location.
Patient, practitioner, and athlete involvement
We ensure patients, practitioners, and athletes are involved in the planning, design and delivery of the event, and that their expertise is taken seriously in everything we do.
Evidence based practice
Our programme will be based on latest evidence, published guidelines and research to offer robust, effective and safe recommendations.
As a global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ publishes one of the world’s most cited general medical journals, The BMJ, and over 70 specialty journals, including The British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM). The company also offers digital professional development courses, clinical decision support tools and are experts in running events across the close. Visit the BMJ website.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM)
BJSM is the leading peer-reviewed journal in sports medicine, and the flagship of BMJ’s sports medicine portfolio. In addition, it has an open access companion journal, BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine.
The journal is a multi-media portal that provides original research, reviews and debate relating to clinically-relevant aspects of sport and exercise medicine, including physiotherapy, physical therapy and rehabilitation. BJSM contributes to innovation (research), education (teaching and learning) and knowledge translation (implementing research into practice and policy). The web, print, video and audio material, combined with active social media, serves the international community of clinicians who treat active people. Visit the BJSM website.
British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine (BASEM)
This year we are delighted to be working with the British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) as our strategic partner to develop the programme for you.
BASEM was founded in 1952 and is the largest multidisciplinary sports medicine organisation in the UK. BASEM is joint owner of the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) and the BMJ Open Sport and Exercise Medicine Journal with BMJ Publishing, and supports a strong international research agenda to underpin its principles. Visit the BASEM website.
BASEM 2022 Conference | Theme: Positive Health and performance
BASEM will hold its Annual Conference on 26th and 27th May 2022 at the Grand Hotel, Brighton. This is an event of choice in sport science and medicine for students to present their provocative new research ideas and findings. Find out more on the BASEM website.