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NACCT 2018


THUR1245 - ACMT Pre-Symposium: Performance and Enhancing Agents 360 (Part 2)


Oct 25, 2018 12:45pm ‐ Oct 25, 2018 4:00pm


Credits: None available.

Standard: $15.00

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Jolie Holschen, MD

**Providing Care for High Performance & Elite Athletes:  the Sports Medicine Physician’s Perspective on Performance Enhancing Drugs**

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the role of the physician in educating athletes about the use of banned or harmful over-the-counter substances or prescription medications.
  2. Review the drug testing rules and regulations affecting the treatment of illness/injury in athletes, including threshold use, in and out-of-competition, & TUEs


Colonel Melissa (Missy) Givens
Building an Action Hero: Performance Enhancing Supplement Use in U.S. Service Members

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe patterns of performance enhancing supplement use in U.S. Service members.
  2. Understand nuances of performance enhancement in U.S service members compared to athletes as it pertains to supplement use.


Jolie Holschen, MD

**Equine Drug Testing of Non-Racing Sport Horses; Regulating the Silent Partner

Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the role of performance enhancing drugs, diet, exercise, and nutritional supplements on sudden death in athletes through several case studies.
  2. Implement preventative education programs to athletes and coaches and provide physician oversight of exercise regimens


Stephen Schumacher, DVM
Equine Drug Testing of Non-Racing Sport Horses; Regulating the Silent Partner

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify and understand the challenges in regulating the use of medications in sport horses as compared to human athletes.
  2. Additionally, there are differences in regulating race horses as compared to sport horses.

George Chiampas, DO
Behind the Logistics of Drug Testing, Sport Perspective of the Medical Director of Large Scale Events and Teams

Learning Objectives:

  1. Have a better understanding of the processes and procedures of drug and doping testing in elite Athletes.
  2. Build greater awareness on steps taken to educate athletes on performance enhancing drugs, avoidance and management.

                                   
Michael Marlin, MD
Risk and Reward: The Influence of Performance Enhancing Drugs on Amateurs and the General Population
             

Learning Objectives:

  1. Become familiar with current abuse trends of specific PEDs in the general population, including emerging drugs of abuse.
  2. Understand the unique risks and adverse effects of PED use in the general population compared to elite athletes and high performers.

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