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SEMLI is involved in a number of research activities in the fields of sport, exercise medicine and lifestyle interventions for chronic disease
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Fundamental to the success of SEMLI is its unique patient-centered and multi-disciplinary approach to research and scientific and clinical services, which fosters an invaluable culture of research informing best clinical practice, and vice versa.

"Fundamental to the success of the SEMLI Institute is its unique, patient-centred, and multi-disciplinary approach to research and scientific and clinical services, which fosters an invaluable culture of research-informing best clinical practice, and vice versa."
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semli research focus areas

semli lifestyle interventions for chronic disease

Lifestyle Interventions for Chronic Disease

Prevention, management and rehabilitation of patients with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) of lifestyle through patient-centred, comprehensive, lifestyle interventions that include the promotion of physical activity & participation in recreational sport.
semli exercise related injuries

Exercise-related Injuries

The prevention, non-surgical management and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and other injuries in sports, including all physically active individuals participating in recreational sports.
semli medical complications

Medical complications & Illness during Exercise

The prevention and management of medical complications and illness in sports, including all physically active individuals participating in recreational sports.
semli sports performance

Sports Performance

Enhancing excellence in sports performance.
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Sport and physical activity in society

Including economics, governance, management, ethics, and education.

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semli research publications

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Incidence and burden of illness at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games held during the COVID-19 pandemic: a prospective cohort study of 66 045 athlete days

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement on acute respiratory illness in athletes part 1: acute respiratory infections

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement on acute respiratory illness in athletes part 2: non-infective acute respiratory illness

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement on acute respiratory illness in athletes part 2: non-infective acute respiratory illness

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement on acute respiratory illness in athletes part 1: acute respiratory infections

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Trail running injury risk factors: a living systematic review

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Incidence of acute respiratory illnesses in athletes: a systematic review and meta-analysis by a subgroup of the IOC consensus on ‘acute respiratory illness in the athlete’

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Let us introduce ourselves, #WeAreBOSEM

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International Olympic Committee consensus statement: methods for recording and reporting of epidemiological data on injury and illness in sport 2020 (including STROBE Extension for Sport Injury and Illness Surveillance (STROBE-SIIS))

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Delphi developed syllabus for the medical specialty of sport and exercise medicine: part 2

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Improved reporting of overuse injuries and health problems in sport: An update of the Oslo Sport Trauma Research Center questionnaires

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Consensus statement on concussion in sport—the 5thinternational conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin, October 2016.

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International consensus statement on injury surveillance in cricket: a 2016 update.

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Consensus statement: How much is too much? (Part 1) International Olympic Committee consensus statement on load in sport and risk of injury.

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“Consensus statement: How much is too much? (Part 2) International Olympic Committee consensus statement on load in sport and risk of illness.”

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Lifestyle Interventions for Chronic Disease

Prevention, management and rehabilitation of patients with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) of lifestyle through patient-centred, comprehensive, lifestyle interventions that include the promotion of physical activity & participation in recreational sport.
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semli injury prevention

Exercise-related Injuries

The prevention, non-surgical management and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and other injuries in sports, including all physically active individuals participating in recreational sports.
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semli medical complications

Medical complications & Illness during Exercise

The prevention and management of medical complications and illness in sports, including all physically active individuals participating in recreational sports.
Contact us
semli sports performance

Sports Performance

Enhancing excellence in sports performance.
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semli society

Sport and physical activity in society

Including economics, governance, management, ethics, and education.
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