SMI VIDEO LIBRARY

 

Dive deep into conference lectures, webinars and other video recordings by amazing speakers sharing the knowledge and experience in surfing medicine, sports, environmentalism and other sciences.  

Welcome to SMI’s Video Library!

Click on the video you want to watch keynote lectures of academic quality on diverse topics around surfing medicine, training & performance and environment. 

Plastic Soup foundation

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Case series: Surfing & Drowning incidents in Victoria

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Fiji XXL Swell

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Tropical disease in remote Surfing environment

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Drowning Resuscitation

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Drowning: What is it and what is it not?

Many definitions are used in mainstream media to discuss drowning. This presentation delves into the correct definition and pathophysiology

The need for training, support and education

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Injury Reduction for Surfers

An overview of surf injury incidence, type and location is provided. Surfer physiology and movements are explained to improve your understanding and optimal prevention strategies in surfing. Several prevention exercises are handed out to implement in your practice as a surfer or professional working with surfers.

Surfer’s Mind & Performance

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Risk factors for Drowning

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Injury Reduction for Surfers

Injury Reduction for Surfers

An overview of surf injury incidence, type and location is provided. Surfer physiology and movements are explained to improve your understanding and optimal prevention strategies in surfing. Several prevention exercises are handed out to implement in your practice as a surfer or professional working with surfers.

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Tropical disease in remote Surfing environment

Tropical disease in remote Surfing environment

Lecture on tropical infectious diseases that every aquatic traveler can encounter. A talk tailored to the traveling surfer: how do you recognize the tropical illness and how do you treat it? She covers the following diseases in an impressive case Serie : Fire Coral, Box Jellyfish Stings, Blue bottle/ Portuguese Man of War, Irukandji syndrome Ciguatera fish poisoning, Scombroid Fish Poisoning, Leptospirosis, Amoebic liver abscess, Dengue, Hepatitis A

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Medical challenges on World Tour

Medical challenges on World Tour

Discussing medical scope of practice and planning around events & need for adaptability. Allan takes us to the different locations, review of scenarios (Margaret River, Gold Coast, Tahiti, Fiji, Jeffrey’s Bay). Furthermore, provides a presentation of a variety of case reports from head injury with IC hemorrhage to Irukandji syndrome.

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Fiji XXL Swell

Fiji XXL Swell

Wendy Wilkinson shares her experience of management of non-fatal drowning during XLL Swell Fiji 2016, reviewing the challenges of providing medical care in remote location.

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Drowning Resuscitation

Drowning Resuscitation

Review of Drowning Resuscitation in a Surfing environment: discussing bystander rescue by surfers, rationale why Surfers Drown, roadmap through resuscitation and treatment, Case Report Drowning Incident Maladives

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Global Burden of Drowning

Global Burden of Drowning

Providing perspective of burden of drowning globally, risk factors in western world differ from development world, children are exposed to water in everyday life, not in recreational way

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