Sport Exchange Summit

2018 Sport Exchange Summit
June 11-12, 2018, Kansas City, MO

THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR DRUG FREE SPORT

SPORT EXCHANGE SUMMIT, POWERED BY DRUG FREE SPORT

Be a part of the biennial conference that brings together thought leaders from all aspects of sports business, focusing on those that are “the team behind the team”.

Sport Exchange Summit 2018

June 11-12, 2018, Kansas City, MO

 

Multidisciplinary Sport Audience:

The Sport Exchange Summit 2018 aims to bring together certified athletic trainers, coaches, sport dietitians, sport psychologists, strength & conditioning specialists, team physicians, administrators, agents, and other personnel to exchange ideas, share best practices, examine trends, and learn about cutting edge developments in sport.

Our program is presented by respected speakers in each topic area and includes expert panel discussions to encourage questions and tailored learning opportunities.

Learning Objectives:

At the close of the Sport Exchange Summit, Powered by Drug Free Sport, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize current, pressing topics affecting athlete health and performance at all levels of competition.
  • Identify challenges and opportunities in creating a more collaborative (versus competitive) professional environment within sports organizations to enhance player development, health, and performance.
  • Consider the significance and psycho-social relevance of race and diversity, LGBTQIA, prescription and recreational drug abuse, drug-testing, and other concerns for athletes within today’s sports organizations.
  • Describe the importance and impact of building a collaborative sports medicine and performance family that includes sports nutrition, sports psychology, and effective player engagement.

 

2018 Registration & General Information:
Andrayana Getchell, CMP
Executive Assistant to the President/Office Manager
816.285.1402
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2018 Program and Speakers:
Lara Gray, MS, RD, CSSD
Director of Education
816.285.1417
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2018 Sponsorships:
Mark Bockelman
Vice President of NCAA Drug Testing
816.285.1407
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Cancellation Policy:

Drug Free Sport will offer a full refund of registration fees through Friday, March 31, 2018.  Cancellations received between April 1 and May 1, 2018, will receive a refund less a $100 service fee.  Cancellations received after May 1, 2018, will not receive a refund.  Cancellations will be accepted in writing only.  No shows for an event will not receive a refund or credit towards future events.  All refund requests must be made by the registered attendee.  Refunds will be issued via the original payment method used, no later than 30 days after the cancellation request in writing has been received.  Substitution of registration is permitted prior to Friday, June 1, 2018.  Only one substitution is permitted per original registrant. 

Please send written cancellations or substitutions requests to Andrayana Getchell at moc.t1502956038ropse1502956038erfgu1502956038rd@ll1502956038ehcte1502956038ga1502956038 or fax to +1 816-285-1433.  Drug Free Sport reserves the right to cancel an event.  If Drug Free Sport cancels an event, registrants will receive a full refund.  Drug Free Sport will not be responsible for reimbursement of any participant’s expenses related to the cancellation of an event.

 




Subject to change

Day One – June 11, 2018

TimeSessionTopic
 7:00amRegistration and Breakfast
 8:00amWelcome
 8:15amGeneral SessionGenerational Differences in Sports: Communication with Today’s Athletes (1 CEU)
 9:15amBreak 
 9:30amKeynoteThe Team Behind the Team In Action: What Works, What Doesn’t (1 CEU)
 10:40amBreakout SessionsBreakout 1: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Athletes with Disordered Eating (1 CEU)

Breakout 2: Sleep Science
(1 CEU)

 11:50amTeam Talks
(Speed Breakouts)
Breakout 1: Handling the Mental and Physical Aspects of Injury
(0.5 CEU)
Breakout 2: Considerations for Working with International Athletes (0.5 CEU)
 12:20pmLunch
 1:30pmKeynoteFemale Sport Professionals Working Within Male-Dominated Sports (1 CEU)
 2:40pmTeam Talks
(Speed Breakouts)
Breakout 1: Addressing Performance Anxiety in Athletes (0.5 CEU)

Breakout 2: Prescription Opioids in Sport: Use, Misuse, and Abuse (0.5 CEU)

 3:10pmBreak
 3:30pmTeam Talks
(Speed Breakouts)
Breakout 1: Prescription Stimulants in Sport: Use, Misuse, and Abuse (0.5 CEU)

Breakout 2: TBA (0.5 CEU)

 4:05pmGeneral SessionDietary Supplements – A Sports Industry Update (1 CEU)
 5:05pmDay 1 Concludes
 5:30pm-
7:30 pm
ReceptionComplimentary Hors d’ourves and refreshments
 

Day Two – July 12, 2018

TimeSessionSpeakers
 7:00amBreakfast
 8:00amAnnouncements
 8:10amGeneral SessionLGBTQIA Athletes: Embracing Diversity and Inclusion (1 CEU)
 9:15amTeam Talk
Marijuana and Sport: An Update on Legalization and Performance
(0.5 CEU)
 9:45amBreak
 10:00amGeneral SessionUsing Technology and Data for High Performance Outcomes (1 CEU)
 11:05amKeynoteRace & Diversity in Sport (1 CEU)
 12:15pmClosing Remarks 




2018 Speakers

Bios available soon

 

 

 




Session descriptions available soon

Topics include:

  • Generational Differences in Sports: Communicating with Today’s Athletes
  • The Team Behind the Team in Action: What Works, What Doesn’t
  • Multidisciplinary Approaches to Athletes with Disordered Eating
  • Sleep Science
  • Handling the Mental and Physical Aspects of Injury
  • Considerations for Working with International Athletes
  • Female Sport Professionals Working Within Male-Dominated Sports
  • Addressing Performance Anxiety in Athletes
  • Prescription Opioids in Sport: Use, Misuse, and Abuse
  • Prescription Stimulants in Sport: Use, Misuse, and Abuse
  • Dietary Supplements – A Sports Industry Update
  • LGBTQIA Athletes: Embracing Diversity and Inclusion
  • Marijuana and Sport: An Update on Legalized and Performance
  • Using Technology and Data for High Performance Outcomes
  • Race & Diversity in Sport



 

Children’s Mercy Hospital is accredited by the Missouri State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Children’s Mercy Hospital designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 


Drug Free Sport is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. BOC Certified Athletic Trainers are eligible for 10 Category A CEUs for attending the Sport Exchange Summit. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.’

 

 10 hours of continuing education will also be requested for Strength and Conditioning coaches (NSCA and CSCCa), Sport Dietitians(CDR), and Sport Psychologists (APA).

 




2016 Sponsors

Thank you to these sponsors!