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Expert statement on safeguarding in the sport and exercise sciences (Revised).

Kavanagh, E., Knowles, Z., Brady, A., Rhind, D., Gervis, M., Miles, A. and Davison, R., 2022. Expert statement on safeguarding in the sport and exercise sciences (Revised). The Sport and Exercise Scientist (71). (In Press)

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Abstract

Within the context of the sport and exercise sciences, the practice of safeguarding concerns that of a professional obligation to protect all parties (for example the client, athlete and/or self) from abuse or harm. Safeguarding should embrace relational (others), individual (self) and organisational (culture) considerations. The understanding of physical, emotional and social well-being and freedom from discrimination are the focus of typical safeguarding education. In this Expert Statement we provide information in three key areas: 1) a brief summary of the research themes and findings surrounding abuse in sport; 2) a discussion of safeguarding within the sport and exercise profession and finally; 3) recommendations for sport and exercise scientists on matters of safeguarding.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:1754-3452
Group:Bournemouth University Business School
ID Code:36856
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:25 Apr 2022 10:13
Last Modified:25 Apr 2022 10:13

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