December 10th | THE CIRCUS DOC SMART SPEAKER SERIES
Online 2pm pst
Join wearables expert Dr. Zendler for the December Circus Smart Speaker Series lecture!
The talk will address current issues and misconceptions about human performance technology used in sport. It will present the Quality Assessment Framework for Sports Technology and explain how athletes, practitioners, and other users in circus medicine and other fields can use the framework to make more effective decisions about integrating technology into their training/clinical practice.
Can't make it live?
** RECORDING AVAILABLE ** for one week afterwards
During the talk Dr. Zendler will answer questions including:
- Biggest mistakes athletes and practitioners make when purchasing sport technology
- Major misconceptions about the validity and safety of a sport technology
- Introduce the Quality Assessment Framework and explain how to use it in your own practice
March 8th - 10th | UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA PERFORMING ARTS MEDICINE CONFERENCE
Tampa, FL USA
The 5th Performing Arts Medicine Conference at the University of South Florida, offers a broad range of research and practice supporting and addressing artists' performance. Abstracts are due Dec. 18, 2023, and submissions may include nutrition, mental health, prevention, rehabilitation, or occupational medicine. Arts effects on culture, society, healing and medical education are also acceptable topics within the scope of the conference.
Esteemed keynote speakers are Dr. Kathleen Davenport, Dr. Jason Hu, and Dr. David Hinkamp.
OCTOBER | 2024
PALACONGRESSI CONVENTION CENTER, RIMINI, ITALY
Save the date for the IADMS 34th Annual Conference in Rimini Italy. Through lectures and interactive sessions, the conference is designed to share relevant and innovative research in the field of dance medicine and science. Hear from over 150 world-renowned professionals in orthopedics and sports medicine, dance education and academia, mental health, somatics, dance for health, and more on all aspects of comprehensive wellness as it relates to dance.
This continuing medical education (CME) course looks broadly at the field of dance medicine and science, where it has come from, where it stands, and where it is heading.
*Abstract Submissions for the 34th Annual Conference open in January 2024*
(I)For Students (II)For Professionals (III)For Working Parents (coming soon)
Presented by Imogen Aujla, Dance in Mind offers online psychology courses for dance professionals and students to help deal with stress, create a better work-life balance, and cultivate optimism. Drawing on CBT and coaching techniques, the courses are a mix of webinar-style video tutorials and worksheets to help you put what you're learning into practice. Create positive change and enhance your well-being in just a few weeks - each course works brilliantly as a stand-alone but was designed to be taken together, and as a special introductory offer, you can buy all 3 courses for just £50.
Presented by Nicky Keay BA, MA(Cantab), MB BChir, MRCP, these online courses provide dancers, teachers, and parents with the latest professional-level training and medical performance strategies on how young female dancers can reach their full potential in dance. The aim is for every dancer to achieve her personal best in a healthy and sustainable fashion. The online course also has a quiz and links to further resources.
Two courses are available:
Training as a High Performing Female Dancer - Team offers the course for a group of dancers, teachers, or parents. USD$199
Training as a High Performing Female Dancer offers the course for an individual dancer. USD$59