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Old 17th October 2014, 07:58 PM

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Re: Risk Management - Risk of injury to a specific sport

As an aside, I understand this is research at an academic level. Is it a under/post graduate degree level or Ph.D / Doctorate level? It sounds like a sports science research which might lead to advice from those specializing in that field / discipline.

If it is a funded course could there be some sports science conference worth going to? I know a few Doctorate students and they seem to have a lot of them with some being major, international events. One of those might lead to an encounter with researchers travelling similar paths.

Only an idea based on your later posts referencing prof. etc.
Hi TPM thanks for is postbacc; Masters actually in QA...I know it has a slant toward sports science...this was one of the reasons I chose the subject matter. I will like to definitely use a QA approach...

I actually have gone to two done sometime in the Summer out here in California, but like I said it is QA so the discipline is a little bit different (not really sure if it is that different lol)...

It actually is just the methodology that has me miffed...still waiting for response from Prof....
I appreciate the feedback always...thanks again

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