Sports Cardio-Respiratory Medicine Conference
9.00 - 16.05 BST
09.00-09.15 - Welcome to ISEH and overview of the day
Prof Fares Haddad and Prof Mathew Wilson
AM: Optimising respiratory health and protecting athletes from respiratory illness
Chair: Dr James Hull (10-minute Q+A after each talk)
9.15-9.35 What are the big issues in Sports Respiratory Medicine?
Associate Prof James Hull (ISEH and Royal Brompton Hospital, UK)
9.45-10.05 The immune system and respiratory tract infection - how can we protect athletes?
Prof David Pyne, (Canberra, Australia)
10.15-10.35 The impact of pollution and ozone on elite athletes: getting ready for Tokyo
Prof Michael Koehle, (Vancouver, Canada)
11.00-11.20 Dealing with respiratory infection in Athletes: COVID and beyond…
Prof Martin Schwellnus (Pretoria, SA)
11.30-11.50 The airway surface in athletes – how can we protect the airway from injury?
Dr Pascale Kippelen, (Brunel, UK)
12.00-12.20 How can I get my athlete to breathe better? Optimising respiratory performance
Julie Moore (ISEH, UK)
PM: Common sports cardiology conundrums for the SEM clinician
Chairs: Dr Guido Pieles and Prof Mathew Wilson (10-minute Q+A after each talk)
13.30-13.50 Are we pushing adolescent athletes too hard, too early?
Prof Craig Williams (Exeter, UK)
14.00-14.20 Evidence for cardiac involvement from COVID in athletes
Prof Sanjay Sharma (St Georges, UK)
14.30-14.50 Is it time for targeted rather than universal cardiac screening in athletes?
Prof Kim Harmon (Seattle, USA)
15.00-15.20 Return to play in athletes with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Associate Prof Guido Pieles (ISEH and Bristol Heart Institute, UK)
15.30-15.50 Supporting the veteran athlete with suspected heart disease
Prof Marta Sitges (Barcelona, Spain)
16.00-16.05 Closing Remarks