The end of this year on foot at the ISEH

  • December 05, 2016

The end of a calendar year may be a time to reflect on personal achievements, but for many, the cold winter months are a time when hard fitness training continues with spring and summer sporting goals in sight.

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Safe ways to take up running

  • December 05, 2016

Experts state that running regularly can help to increase your life expectancy and that even jogging and short runs are beneficial. Additionally, running can reduce the risk of heart disease and other chronic diseases, such as bowel cancer and type 2 diabetes.

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Tendinopathy: State of Play

  • December 01, 2016

Orthopaedic Research UK held a one-day Tendinopathy conference in London on the 16 November chaired by Dr Mike Loosemore, lead consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, ISEH.

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KNO2wledge 9 Conference

  • December 01, 2016

On Saturday 19 November, CASE Medicine presented their flagship KnO2wledge 9 Conference, which this year was about the future of exploration class missions including the potential role of doctors.

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ISEH Profile: Belinda Durey

  • November 30, 2016

Belinda Durey is an Exercise Physiologist, currently working in research at the ISEH in conjunction with her clinical roles at UCLH, The Royal Free Hospital and Westmoreland St Hospital.

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NFL kicks off in London

  • October 31, 2016

Every year the ISEH and the Princess Grace hospital support the NFL in coordinating the entire medical care of the teams and NFL staff visiting London for the international series, now a regular part of the NFL calendar.

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Farewell Sir Robert

  • October 28, 2016

At the end of September Sir Robert Naylor stepped down as chief executive of UCLH. As chair of the ISEH board Sir Robert Naylor was instrumental in setting up the Institute and we would like to thank him for all his support and wish him the very best for the future.

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A year on foot at the ISEH 7

  • October 26, 2016

Elevated interest and participation in sport after an Olympic Games are frequently associated with activity-related injuries associated with the increase in demands on our musculoskeletal system as Mr Michael Oddy, ISEH Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon reports.

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The show must go on

  • October 25, 2016

Emily Prior-Willeard is a bioveterinary scientist, a circus performer  and a MSc Performing Arts Medicine student at UCL based at the ISEH.

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Cardiopulmonary exercise testing

  • October 25, 2016

A cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPET), more widely known as a VO2max test, is a non-invasive gold standard assessment of aerobic fitness. CPET assesses exercise capacity by looking at how an individual’s heart and lungs are able to cope with increasing demand of incremental exercise.

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