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About BJSM Live - Concussion in Sport Webinar

Our Concussion in Sport Webinar took place on 11 July 2023. During this 90 minute webinar readers of the BJSMs Consensus Statement in Concussion in Sport had the opportunity to hear from and have their questions answered by the lead authors of the systematic reviews.

The event is suitable for all those who partake in, prescribe, or work in disciplines relating to physical activity, including:

  • Physiotherapists
  • Sports and Exercise medicine physicians
  • Sports and Exercise medicine trainees / students
  • Sports therapists
  • Rehabilitation medicine specialists
  • GPs
  • Researchers working in Sports and Exercise Medicine
  • Orthopaedic surgeons
  • Athletes and patients
  • Practitioners




Our partners

This webinar is being delivered to you alongside our partners:

British Association of Sport Rehabilitators (BASRaT)


The British Association of Sport Rehabilitators (BASRaT) is the professional body and Accredited Register for Sport Rehabilitators in the UK. Our registrants are healthcare practitioners who specialise in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and the prescription of exercise for both rehabilitation and health.

BASRaT guides Sport Rehabilitators on all aspects of their role and responsibilities, ensuring professional competency and continued professional development. We are proud to support and represent our registrants and to champion the profession to enhance opportunities.

Sport Rehabilitators aid people with musculoskeletal pain, injury or illness. They help people to maintain their health and fitness, recover from and prevent injury and reduce pain using exercise, movement and therapy.

Sport Rehabilitation is the only graduate profession in the UK that is regulated and specialises in both musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation and exercise prescription for health. Our register of Sport Rehabilitators is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority, the UK`s top medical regulator.

Our registrants work in a variety of settings, including the Ministry of Defence ERI roles; NHS Musculoskeletal services; amateur and professional sports teams; rehabilitation case management and within private sector clinics and healthcare organisations.


Swiss Sports Physiotherapy Association (SSPA)

 Swiss Sports Physiotherapy Association (SSPA)


The Swiss Sports Physiotherapy Association (SSPA), a non-profit organization, has more than 600 qualified physiotherapists who are specialised or work in the area of sports physiotherapy. Since 2004, the SSPA has been recognized by the Swiss Association of Physiotherapy (Physioswiss) as an expert group, and is a member organization of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy (IFSPT). The SSPA , which has been a BJSM member society since 2011, held its annual conference in Bern for more than 20 years. SSPA hosted in 2015 the 1st World Congress of Sports Physiotherapy, and partnered with BJSM for two consensus meetings (“Return to Play” in 2015, and “Hip-related pain in young and middle-aged active adults” in 2018).


Netherlands Association for Sports Medicine (VSG)

Netherlands Association for Sports Medicine (VSG)


Netherlands Association for Sports Medicine (VSG) is the scientific and professional association for Sports Physician’s and other medical specialists interested in Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM). We stand for the development of SEM in the broadest sense, promoting and monitoring the quality of SEM as well as the optimization of fitness and health for all.


South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA)

South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA)

The South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) is an a-political, non-profit, multidisciplinary professional and scientific society dedicated to the motivation, responses, adaptation and health of people involved in sport and exercise.

SASMA’s objective is the promotion of sport science and sport medicine to benefit the South African community through:

  • Arranging local, regional and national meetings of medical professionals, allied health professionals, scientists and educators.
  • Implementing educational programs for members, as well as coaches, athletes and the general public.
  • Publication of a journal, educational material and a communicating website.
  • To develop informed position and public statements in areas of concern to SASMA members and the general public.
  • To protect the interests of its members, nurture sub-groups and special interest groups and to encourage research in the fields of expertise of these groups.

SASMA collaborates with other similar international organisations, physicians, scientists, educators, sport and government bodies with similar interests.


International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy (IFSPT)

The International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy (IFSPT) is a worldwide Federation representing thirty-nine national sports physical therapy organisations.

The IFSPT is the international resource for sports physical therapists, serving people and athletes of all ages and abilities.

Join us in our quest to create an environment for safe participation in sport and physical activity, through excellence in education, research, practice, and clinical specialization.


Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (RCPI & RCSI)

Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (RCPI & RCSI)

The Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (RCPI & RCSI) was founded in 2002, and is a joint faculty of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. The Faculty is based in RCSI Dublin, and has approximately 750 Fellows, Members and Associate Members.

The Faculty Board is responsible for the management of the Faculty, and reports back to both parent colleges. The Faculty day-to-day work is supported by its numerous committees and working groups. The Higher Specialist Training Programme in Sports and Exercise Medicine (HST SEM) was recognized by the Medical Council of Ireland and the Dept of Health in 2017, and the first SpR trainees joined the programme in July 2019.

To find out more about the Faculty, the SpR training programme and other educational activities run by the Faculty during the year, please visit our website:

For all general enquiries, please e-mail


The Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy (Dansk Selskab for Sportsfysioterapi)

Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy (Dansk Selskab for Sportsfysioterapi)

Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy, a specialist society under the Danish Society for Physiotherapy, and the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy, represents a physiotherapy professional specialty – it is a society of physiotherapists with professional knowledge, interest, expertise and experience associated with the subject of sports physical therapy. In cooperation with the Danish Society of Physiotherapy, Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy takes care of the members’ professional interests, including:

  • contributes to continuous development, education, research and documentation in sportsphysical therapy
  • contributes to development of evidence-based sports physical therapy
  • works for members’ interests in sports physical therapy and provides advice and guidance to physiotherapists who work with sports
  • establishes contact between physiotherapists working in sports
  • establishes contact with other societies and organizations with the same area of interest nationally and internationally

Our flagship Scandinavian Sports Medicine Congress(#sportskongres) is an international event with 700 attendees and is well-known not only for its eminent program but also for its capability to facilitate networking.

In 2022, the Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy hosted the 4th World Conference of Sports Physical Therapy in Nyborg and partnered with BJSM for a consensus meeting about physical activity.


The Society of Sports Therapists

The Society of Sports Therapists


Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport & Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM)

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport & Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM)

The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport & Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) (@Physiosinsport) promotes advanced competence in the prevention and treatment of physical activity-related injuries in sport of the performing arts and dance. Our members include students and any physios with an interest in wellness and physical or mental health.

Fifty years since our inception in 1973, we act as a body able to inform all interested individuals and bodies of the existence, skills and availability of chartered and HCPC registered physiotherapists. We can facilitate provision of specialist support for schools and activity participants of all abilities, coaches, officials and parents. @Physiosinsport promotes connectivity, key messaging and best practice for education and promotional activities via an extensive social media across multiple platforms. These offer unparalleled opportunities to engage with members, commercial partners, sporting stakeholders and governing bodies – both national and international.

The membership network offers mentoring, support and learning opportunities from physios experienced or interested in elite sport across the spectrum of seasonal and cyclical sports, as well as performing arts and health or lifestyle promotion. The ACPSEM leadership embraces change, operating with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) in a primary initiative of policy development for Equality, Diversity and Belonging that fits alongside the Strategy that was released and updated in 2021.

The ACPSEM encourages the development and publication of research in the field of sports physiotherapy in the UK and abroad whilst encouraging specialist education of the membership through webinars, in-person events and our Continuing Professional Development pathway mapped to the global standards of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapists (IFSPT).

This benchmarked programme of education and structured reflective practice recognises standards and competencies ensuring quality assurance, facilitating and enhancing the lifelong learning for any professionals working in sport or performing arts.


Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP)


The ACSEP is the pre-eminent professional body representing Sport and Exercise Physicians and Sport and Exercise Medicine in Australasia. The ACSEP provides a robust training experience for its Registrars whilst advancing the skills of its members through evidence-based practice.

Sport and Exercise Physicians are committed to excellence in the practice of medicine as it applies to all aspects of physical activity. Safe and effective sporting performance at all levels is a major focus. Alongside this is the increasing recognition of the importance of exercise in the prevention and treatment of common and often serious medical conditions, such as arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, and many cancers.

The goal of all Sport and Exercise Physicians should be to facilitate all members of the community to enjoy exercise safely to 100 years and beyond, knowing that physical activity provides them the ‘best buy’ to prevent chronic disease.

ACSEP is a member Specialist College of the Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges (CPMC) in Australia and sits on the Executive of the Council of Medical Colleges (CMC) in New Zealand, engaging with other specialist medical colleges to advocate for the highest quality of medical training and care in accordance with accepted clinical principles.


Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK 

Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK (FSEM)

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK launched in 2006, and is the membership body responsible for the governance and development of sport, exercise and musculoskeletal medicine in the UK. We are an inclusive, multidisciplinary faculty with members working in various environments. We promote better health by setting and maintaining professional standards for the specialty and all those working within it. FSEM drives up standards through examinations and ongoing professional support and development.