Academic Books & Online Resources

Sport and Medicine

To mark the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and other major international sporting events this summer, Oxford University Press is proud to present a collection of articles and chapters on a range of sports medicine topics.

From the legacies of major sporting events and head injuries, to the use of performance enhancing drugs and the risk of infectious diseases, we hope that you find something that interests and inspires you.

Browse the articles and chapters for free, until the 31st October, 2016.

 


From the OUPBlog

Focus on concussions: why now? (associated with Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology)

The crossroads of sports concussions and aging (associated with Brain)

Zika, sex, and mosquitoes: Olympic mix (associated with International Health)

How do performance-enhancing drugs affect athletes? (associated with BJA Education)


Podcasts

Origination and Onslaught of Zika – podcast interview of Duane Gubler by Paul Sax (from the Open Forum Infectious Diseases)


More on the Zika Virus from Oxford University Press ►

 

Sports Medicine Titles from OUP