Authors

Peter BruknerPeter Brukner
OAM, MBBS, DRCOG, FACSP, FASMF, FACSM, FFSEM

Sports Physician
Head, Sports Medicine and Sports Science, Liverpool Football Club, UK; Founding Partner, Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre, Melbourne, Australia; Associate Professor, Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, The University of Melbourne; Honorary Fellow, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne; Adjunct Professor, School of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland; Adjunct Professor, Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Visiting Associate Professor, Stanford University 1997; Executive Member, Australian College of Sports Physicians 1985–2000; President, Australian College of Sports Physicians1991–92, 1999–2000; Board of Trustees, American College of Sports Medicine 2000–02 State and Federal Council Member, Sports Medicine Australia 1984–90

Team Physician
Socceroos, 2007–10, Asian Cup Finals 2007, World Cup Finals 2010; Australian Olympic Team, Atlanta 1996; Australian Commonwealth Games teams, Edinburgh 1986, Kuala Lumpur 1998; Australian team, World Student Games, Edmonton 1983, Kobe 1985, Zagreb 1987; Australian Athletics team 1990–2000, World Championships Tokyo 1991, Gothenburg 1995, Seville 1999; Australian team, World Cup Athletics, Havana 1992; Australian Mens Hockey team 1995–96; Australian team, World Swimming Championships, Madrid 1986; Melbourne Football Club (AFL) 1987–90; Collingwood Football Club (AFL) 1996

Editorial Boards
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine; The Physician and Sports medicine; Current Sports Medicine Reports; British Journal of Sports Medicine

Editor
Sport Health 1990–95

Co-author
Food for Sport 1987; Stress Fractures 1999; Drugs in Sport—What the GP Needs to Know 1996, 2000; The Encyclopedia of Exercise, Sport and Health 2004; Essential Sports Medicine 2005; Clinical Sports Anatomy 2010

Awards
Medal of the Order of Australia 2006; Inaugural Honour Award, Australian College of Sports Physicians 1996; Citation Award, American College of Sports Medicine 2000

 

Karim KhanKarim Khan
MD, PhD, FACSP, FSMA (Australia) MBA, DipSportMed (Canada) FACSM (US); Honorary Fellow FFSEM (Ireland)

Sports physician
Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (Department of Family Practice and School of Kinesiology); Associate Member, Departments of Physical Therapy and Orthopaedics; Executive Associate Director, Centre for Hip Health and Mobility, Vancouver, Canada; Principal Fellow with title Professor, School of Physiotherapy, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne; Australia Visiting Professor, School of Human Movement Studies, The University of Queensland, Brisbane; Australia Clinical Professor, Centre for Musculoskeletal Studies, School of Surgery, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia; Exercise is Medicine Committee, American College of Sports Medicine; Medical Education Committee, American College of Sports Medicine 2002–04; Research Evaluation Committee, American College of Sports Medicine 2005–07; Scientific Subcommittee, Aspetar Hospital, Doha, Qatar 2011–

Team physician
Olympic Games Sydney 2000, basketball competition venue Australian women’s basketball (The Opals) 1991–96; The Australian Ballet Company 1991–96; The Australian Ballet School 1991–96; Australian team, World Student Games 1993; Australian team, Junior World Cup Hockey 1993

Editorial boards
BMJ (International Advisory Board) 2008; Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport 2007 – ; British Journal of Sports Medicine (North American Editor 2005–07); Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 1997–2001; Year Book of Sports Medicine 2008–10; Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 2003–06

Editor-in-chief
British Journal of Sports Medicine 2008; Sport Health 1995–97

Co-author
Physical Activity and Bone Health 2001; The Encyclopedia of Exercise, Sport and Health 2004

Selected awards
Prime Minister’s Medal for Service to Australian Sport 2000; Sports Medicine Australia Fellows’ Citation for Service 2005; Honorary Fellowship, Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (Ireland) 2011

 

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