Sport Exchange Summit, Powered by Drug Free Sport

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Sport Exchange Summit 2018

June 11-12, 2018, Kansas City, MO
Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza

 

Eventbrite - Sport Exchange Summit

 

 

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
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2018 Program and Speakers: Lara Gray, MS, RD, CSSD, Director of Education
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2018 Sponsorships: Mark Bockelman, Vice President of NCAA Drug Testing
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Registration Fees:

Early Bird – $349.00 (now through 2/28/18)
Full Price Attendee – $399.00 (3/1/18 through 5/31/18)

Registration includes: Two breakfasts, one lunch, three refreshment breaks, a cocktail reception, and 10 hours of continuing education for Sports Physicians (CMEs), BOC Certified Athletic Trainers, Strength and Conditioning coaches (NSCA and CSCCa), Sport Dietitians (CDR), and Sport Psychologists (APA).

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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.t1513149022ropse1513149022erfgu1513149022rd@ll1513149022ehcte1513149022ga1513149022 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.

 

 

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Day One – June 11, 2018

TimeSessionTopic (click to view session description)
7:00 AMRegistration and Breakfast
8:00 AMWelcome
8:15 AMGeneral SessionGenerational Differences in Sports: Communication with Today’s Athletes (1 CEU)
9:15 AMBreak
9:30 AMKeynoteThe Team Behind the Team In Action: What Works, What Doesn’t (1 CEU)
10:40 AMBreakout SessionsBreakout 1: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Athletes with Disordered Eating (1 CEU)

Breakout 2: Sleep, Health, and Performance: Implications for Athletes (1 CEU)

11:50 AMTeam 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)

12:20 PMLunch
1:30 PMKeynoteFemale Sport Professionals Working Within Male-Dominated Sports (1 CEU)
2:40 PMTeam 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)

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

Breakout 2: Managing Athlete Expectations and Pain After Injuries (0.5 CEU)

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

 

Day Two – June 12, 2018

TimeSessionTopic
7:00 AMBreakfast
8:00 AMAnnouncements
8:10 AMKeynoteA Conversation about Inclusion and Acceptance with Former Major League Baseball Player Billy Bean (1 CEU)
9:15 AMTeam TalkMarijuana and Sport: An Update on Legalization and Performance (0.5 CEU)
9:45 AMBreak
10:00 AMGeneral SessionSport Technology and Data Analytics: Successful Integration into a High Performance Program (1 CEU)
11:05 AMKeynoteRace & Diversity in Sport (1 CEU)
12:15 PMClosing Remarks

 

Early Bird – $349.00 (now through 2/28/18)
Full Price Attendee – $399.00 (3/1/18 through 5/31/18)

Registration includes: Two breakfasts, one lunch, three refreshment breaks, a cocktail reception, and 10 hours of continuing education for Sport Physicians (CMEs), BOC Certified Athletic Trainers, Strength and Conditioning coaches (NSCA and CSCCa), Sport Dietitians (CDR), and Sport Psychologists (APA).

Discounted room rate of $159.00/per night + tax available at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza, 816-531-3000

 

 

Please click on the Speaker Name or Session Topic to view details.

 

SpeakerOrganizationSession Topic
Joi Thomas, Associate Athletics Director for Health & Performance/SWAUniversity of Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletics

Generational Differences in Sports: Communicating with Today’s Athletes

The University of Texas Intercollegiate Athletics TeamThe University of Texas

The Team Behind the Team: What Works, What Doesn’t

Dr. Michael A. Grandner, PhD, MTR, CBSMUniversity of Arizona College of Medicine

Sleep, Health, and Performance: Implications for Athletes

Dr. Christopher M. Bader, PhD, LP, CC-AASP, Counseling & Sport PsychologistUniversity of Colorado Boulder Department of Intercollegiate AthleticsSession 1:

Handling the Mental and Physical Aspects of Injury

Session 2:

Addressing Performance Anxiety in Athletes

Luis Perez, CSCS, RSCC, Assistant MLB Strength and Conditioning/Latin America Strength & Conditioning CoordinatorKansas City Royals

Considerations for Working with International Athletes

Katie Sowers, Seasonal Offensive Assistant CoachSan Francisco 49ersKEYNOTE:

Female Sport Professionals Working Within Male-Dominated Sports

Dr. Shanyn Lancaster, MD, Head Team PhysicianSun Devil Athletics, Arizona State University Health Services (Chief of Sports Medicine)Session 1:

Prescription Opioids in Sport: Use, Misuse, and Abuse

Session 2:

Panelist, Female Sport Professionals Working Within Male-Dominated Sports

Dr. David Conant-Norville, MD, Vice President and Clinical DirectorMind Matters, P.C. Sports Psychiatry

Prescription Stimulants in Sport: Use, Misuse, and Abuse

Dr. Bryan Vopat, MD, Sports Medicine PhysicianUniversity of Kansas Health System; Assistant Team Physician for the Kansas City Royals

Managing Athlete Expectations and Pain After Injuries

Lara Gray, MS, RD, CSSD, Director of EducationDrug Free Sport

Dietary Supplements – A Sports Industry Update

Billy Bean, Vice President & Special Assistant to the CommissionerMajor League BaseballKEYNOTE:

A Conversation about Inclusion and Acceptance with Former Major League Baseball Player Billy Bean

Dr. LaTisha Bader, PhD, LP, LAC, CC-AASP, Clinical DirectorDenver Women’s Recovery

Marijuana and Sport: An Update on Legalization and Performance

Mike Bahn, CSCS, RSCCFormer Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at U.S. Ski and Snowboard

Sport Technology & Data Analytics: Successful Integration into a High Performance Program

Floyd A. Keith, CEO – PPA (Planned Positive Attitude) ProfessionalMotivational Speaker; Executive Coach; Professional Development Coach; Diversity and Inclusion ConsultantKEYNOTE:

Race & Diversity in Sport

 

 

 

 

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

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.

 

 

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

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.

 

 

The Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) Education Board has approved the 2018 Sport Exchange Summit for 5.0 CSCCa CEUs.

 

 

The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) approved 0.7 CEU(s) for certified individuals attending this event.

 

 

American Psychological Association  (CE)

The Professional Sport Psychology Group (PSPG) is co-sponsoring with Drug Free Sport in order to offer APA Continuing Education credit.  This event has been approved for 10 CE credits. PSPG is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  PSPG maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

 

 

Continuing Professional Education Units (CPEUs)

The Sport Exchange Summit was approved by CDR for 10 CPEUs.

 

 

Registration Fees:

Early Bird – $349.00 (now through 2/28/18)
Full Price Attendee – $399.00 (3/1/18 through 5/31/18)

Registration includes: Two breakfasts, one lunch, three refreshment breaks, a cocktail reception, and 10 hours of continuing education for Sports Physicians (CMEs), BOC Certified Athletic Trainers, Strength and Conditioning coaches (NSCA and CSCCa), Sport Dietitians (CDR), and Sport Psychologists (APA).

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Lodging:

All sessions will be held in the host hotel at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza

A discounted room rate of $159.00/per night + tax has been secured for Sport Exchange Summit attendees. Please call 816-531-3000 to reserve a room at the discounted rate.

For questions about registration and lodging, please email Andrayana Getchell at moc.t1513149022ropse1513149022erfgu1513149022rd@ll1513149022ehcte1513149022ga1513149022.

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