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PreventingsportinjuriesFrom evidence to practiceINGRID VRIEND
VRIJE UNIVERSITEITPREVENTING SPORT INJURIESFrom evidence to practiceACADEMISCH PROEFSCHRIFTter verkrijging van de graad Doctor aande Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam,op gezag van de rector magnificusprof.dr. V. Subramaniam,in het openbaar te verdedigenten overstaan van de promotiecommissievan de Faculteit der Geneeskundeop dinsdag 19 september 2017 om 13.45 uurin de aula van de universiteit,De Boelelaan 1105doorIngrid Vriendgeboren te WoerdenNederlandse titel:Preventie van sportblessures: van wetenschap naar praktijkISBN: 978-90-9030434-2Cover photo: Peter Traa, Bosbaan triathlon 2015Grafisch ontwerp en boekverzorging: Sander Visser, Ligaturen ontwerptPrinting: New Energy Drukwerk© 2017, I. Vriend, the NetherlandsAll rights reserved. No part of this thesis may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or byany means, electronical or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or any informationstorage and retrieval system, without prior written permission from the author or, when appro-priate, from the publishers of the papers.The studies presented in this thesis were performed at the Consumer Safety InstituteVeiligheidNL, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and at the Department of Public & OccupationalHealth and the Amsterdam Public Health research institute of VU University Medical Center,Amsterdam, the Netherlands.Financial support for printing this thesis and related costs was kindly provided by VeiligheidNL,Nederlandse Vereniging voor Fysiotherapie in de Sportgezondheidszorg (NVFS) and VUUniversity Medical Center.Time to write this thesis was made available by VeiligheidNL.
5promotor:prof.dr. W. van Mechelencopromotor:dr. E.A.L.M. VerhagenInhoudChapter1General introduction9Chapter2Intervention strategies used in sport injury prevention studies:a systematic review identifying studies applying the Haddon matrix17Chapter3Neuromuscular training is effective to prevent ankle sprains in asporting population: a meta-analysis translating evidence intooptimal prevention strategies35Chapter4Shinguards effective in preventing lower leg injuries in football:population-based trend analyses over 25 years59Chapter5Effectiveness of a nationwide intervention to increase helmet usein Dutch skiers and snowboarders: an observational cohort study69Chapter6Implementation of an app-based neuromuscular training programmeto prevent ankle sprains: a process evaluation using theRE-AIM Framework85Chapter7General discussion99References111Summary126Samenvatting131Ready, set, go … Thanks!137Authors140About the author143List of publications145
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918C H A P T E R 1General introduction
11101Ready?Set Go! Finish1 General introductionFigure 1.1The translational research cycle of Tugwell et al.[21], modified for the use in sportinjury prevention[22]1. Identify theextent of theinjury problem2. Definetheories forcausation3. Establishefficacy4. Establisheffectiveness5. Communityeffectiveness,economicimplications6. Imple-menta-tion

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Term
Spring
Professor
Dr. Omollo
Tags
Passing, Injury, Clinical trial, Evidence based medicine, The Grave,

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