BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine is a new Open Access journal covering all aspects of sport and exercise medicine from physiology to return to play. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine aims to publish original articles, reviews (in particular sytematic reviews) and study protocols considered by peer reviewers to be coherent and technically sound, ensuring that the latest research is disseminated rapidly to a global audience. This new venture is an official journal of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) and a sister journal to the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM).

Latest Articles

  • Preventing running-related injuries using evidence-based online advice: the design of a randomised-controlled trial
  • Video analysis of high-magnitude head impacts in men’s collegiate lacrosse
  • Acute kidney injury associated with endurance events—is it a cause for concern? A systematic review
  • The addition of a tension night splint to a structured home rehabilitation programme in patients with chronic plantar fasciitis does not lead to significant additional benefits in either pain, function or flexibility: a single-blinded randomised controlled trial
  • Physical activity during pregnancy and infant’s birth weight: results from the 3D Birth Cohort