We offer an informative series of free one-hour webinars throughout the year, covering the hottest topics in wellness, dietary supplements and conversations relating to sports drug education and testing. Each session features an industry expert relevant to the topic, along with our Senior Director of Education, Lara Gray.

For questions or webinar topic suggestions, contact Lara at moc.t1544832747ropse1544832747erfgu1544832747rd@ya1544832747rgl1544832747.

 

Webinar Series

 

Stimulants in Supplements and the Athlete: Necessary or Harmful?

Dietary supplements are used among athletes to increase energy, enhance performance, or make up for a lack of nutritional resources. However, athletes put their career and health on the line when they decide to supplement, especially with dietary supplements that contain stimulants. Drug Free Sport AXIS staff will discuss stimulant use in sport [...]

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Athletes, NOT Addicts: Managing Pain During the Opioid Crisis

A topic on front pages and in leading news every day, we discuss the current opioid crisis in America and how it affects athletes. Emphasis is on strategies to limit opioid use in your athletes and what other strategies are available to achieve adequate pain control. [...]

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Drugs, Supplements, and Food for NCAA Athletes: A Discussion with Mary Wilfert at the NCAA Sport Science Institute

Mary Wilfert, Associate Director of Prevention and Health Promotion at the NCAA Sport Science Institute, returned to our webinar series, fielding questions on NCAA banned substances, supplement policies, and allowable provisions for NCAA athletes. This webinar is relevant to all NCAA college athletic staff and student-athletes. [...]

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Your Top 10 NCAA-Related Questions, Answered.

As a resource for the NCAA, its participants, and its sports medicine staff on sport drug education issues, a session has been devoted to discuss many of the common questions that we received throughout the year. [...]

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Overview of RE-ACT (‘recognize’ and ‘take action’) – a Clean Sport Bystander Intervention Program

The ‘reACT’ ('recognise and take action') project is funded by the International Olympic Committee, with the support of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and UK Anti-Doping. The project offers a complementary approach to current doping education practice by developing a bystander intervention to address substance use behaviors. [...]

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New Trends & Consequences of Marijuana Use Today

Stemming from their eye-opening presentation at the 2016 Sport Exchange Summit, LaTisha and Ben provide updates on the advancements in marijuana use - along with new risks. [...]

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