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BASES Expert Statements

BASES Expert Statements provide concise, evidence-based guidance on a range of topics which have been identified as of interest to sport and exercise scientists. Expert Statements provide a clear, objective summary of existing evidence and the conclusions that can be drawn.

BASES provides open access to all BASES Expert Statements published in the last 3 years on its main website. The full archive can be found in the Members' Area (BASES members only).

If you are interested in authoring an Expert Statement, BASES offers grants to cover development costs - more information about how to apply can be found here.

Click the title links below to download an Expert Statement in PDF format. Expert Statements are displayed in chronological order based on publication date, starting with the most recently published.

The BASES Expert Statement on Reflective Practice: the Key to Experimental Learning

8009_bas_tses___magazine_summer_2019_online_version_coverPublished: May 2019
Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Emma Huntley, Prof Brendan Cropley FBASES, Prof Zoe Knowles FBASES and Dr Andy Miles FBASES.

Click here  to download the PDF.

The BASES Expert Statement on Mental Health Literacy in Elite Sport

7879_bas__spring_2019_online_cover_smallPublished: March 2019
Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr Paul Gorczynski, Dr Kass Gibson, Prof Richard Thelwell FBASES, Dr Anthony Papathomas, Prof Chris Harwood FBASES and Dr Florence Kinnafick.

Click here  to download the PDF.

The BASES Expert Statement on The Role of Breakfast-Physical Activity Interactions for Energy Balance and Metabolic Health

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Published: December 2018

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr Javier Gonzalez, Prof Emma Stevenson, Dr Lewis James, Dr James Betts and Dr David Clayton.

Click here  to download the PDF

The BASES Expert Statement on Exercise Training for People with Intermittent Claudication due to Peripheral Arterial Disease

Published: September 2018tsesonlinecoversmallautumn2018

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr Garry Tew, Dr Amy Harwood, Prof Lee Ingle, Prof Ian Chetter and Prof Patrick Doherty.

Click here to download the PDF (this includes the supplementary table not available in the printed version appearing in TSES).

The BASES Expert Statement on the Process and Outcomes of Developing Exercise Guidelines for Adults with Spinal Cord Injury

tses_summer_2018__web_cover_sml_Published: February 2018

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Prof Vicky L Goosey-Tolfrey FBASES, Dr Jan W van der Scheer, Dr Kristen Clements, Prof Jan Lexell and Prof Kathleen A Martin Ginis.

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The BASES Expert Statement on Inadvertant Doping in Sport

winter_2017_cover_smallPublished: October 2017

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Prof Sue Backhouse FBASES, Dr Ian Broadley, Dr Neil Chester, Dr Kevin Currell FBASES, Amanda Hudson, Kate Mills and Mike Stow.

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The BASES Expert Statement on Interventions for Improving Performance in the Heat

ses_issue_53_cover__small_Published: October 2017

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr Jo Corbett, Dr Oliver Gibson, Dr Neil Maxwell, Dr Caroline Sunderland FBASES and Prof Neil Walsh.

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The BASES Expert Statement on Safeguarding in the Sport and Exercise Sciences

tses_autumn_2016_coverPublished: September 2016

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr Emma Kavanagh, Dr Zoe Knowles FBASES, Dr Abbe Brady, Dr Daniel Rhind, Dr Misia Gervis, Dr Andy Miles FBASES and Prof Richard Davison FBASES.

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The BASES Expert Statement on Fitness, Physical Activity and Exercise after Stroke

exercise_after_strokePublished: September 2016

Produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr David Saunders, Prof Frederike van Wijck, Bex Townley, Prof Dawn A Skelton, Dr Claire Fitzsimons and Prof Gillian Mead.

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