The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

10 April 2017

An interview with Dr Angus Mugford, a keynote speaker at BASES-FEPSAC Conference 2017

An interview with Dr Angus Mugford, was published in the latest issue of The Sport and Exercise Scientist (issue 51).

View the interview here

 Dr Angus Mugford is the Director of High Performance at Toronto Blue Jays. Angus is a keynote speaker for BASES-FEPSAC Conference 2017 where he will be talking about helping to build a high performance culture, specifically about leading a collaborative and integrated player development support system and implementing strategies to ensure sustained high performance.

Members can view all publications of The Sport and Exercise Scientist online, by visiting the members area here. If you are not yet a BASES member join today here.

The BASES-FEPSAC Conference 2017 will take place on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 November 2017, at the prestigious Nottingham's East Midlands Conference Centre. It will be a joint conference combining BASES Conference 2017 with the 2017 FEPSAC European Sport Psychology Conference. FEPSAC is the European Federation of Sport Psychology.  

The two-day conference will be the usual BASES Conference with sessions for biomechanists, physiologists and psychologists; crossing the spectrum from physical activity for health to sport and performance. The psychology strand is very much enhanced for this year’s event. 

To view the full BASES programme click here (further sessions tbc). 

For Awards and Grant information click here.  

What to expect from BASES-FEPSAC Conference 2017:

  • Two-day sport and exercise science programme packed with world-leading insight and experience
  • A FEPSAC-specific strand: Sport and Exercise Psychology - an interdisciplinary perspective
  • Present your research (free communication and poster sessions) and gain a publication in the Journal of Sports Sciences
  • Rub shoulders with world-leading experts
  • Open doors to opportunities via the largest UK sport and exercise science network
  • Engaging content including invited keynotes and symposia
  • Five BASES re-accreditation credits per day
  • Awards available to reward outstanding research. For BASES-FEPSAC Conference 2017 there will be additional awards – the FEPSAC Poster Awards for Young Researchers in Sport and Exercise Psychology

For all the Conference details click here and to secure your place click here.

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