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Coaches and Clean Sport, Friday 5 February 2021

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    Time2Learn - Coaches and Clean Sport, Friday 5 February 2021

    Presented by Dr Laurie Patterson, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the Carnegie School of Sport (Leeds Beckett University), this session will encourage you to consider your role in promoting 'clean sport.' Drawing on research that identifies the barriers and enablers to clean sport, you will be asked to reflect on your strategies for addressing doping in your everyday coaching practice, and there will be opportunities to share personal accounts or 'best' practice. The workshop facilitator will also share ideas for potential strategies based on research with coaches and established behaviour change techniques. Secure your place.

    Look out for the on demand, learn at home, recording of this session HERE

    Contact details - L.Patterson@leedsbeckett.ac.uk or Twitter @lauriepatts

    Dwain Chambers Talks Steroids

    Recommended resources and further signposting

    UK Coaching

    Helping Coaches Understand Anti-Doping

    ANTI-DOPING RULE VIOLATIONS (UK Coaching doc)

    Checking Medications is as Easy as A, B, C

    Psychological Safety: Developing an Environment to Maximise Potential

    When to Act: What are the Signposts to Poor Nutrition Behaviours?

    Understanding Nutrition: A Coach and Athlete's Perspective

    Nutrition for Talent: A Coaches' Guide

    An Introduction to Behaviour Change

    Self-Determination Theory: A Person-Centred Approach

    Communication and Coaching

    Listening vs Understanding: Solutions for Effective Communication

    Developing Your Coaching Philosophy with Luke Chadwick

    Building Your Coaching Philosophy

    World Anti-Doping

    World Anti-Doping website

    2021 World Anti-Doping Code of Conduct (PDF)

    WHAT IS PROHIBITED

    2021 PROHIBITED LIST (PDF)

    CODE SIGNATORIES

    United Kingdom Anti-Doping (UKAD)

    UKAD webpage

    UKAD Coach Clean

    UKAD Advisor course (FREE)

    References to journal articles

    • Backhouse, S., McKenna, J., Robinson, S. & Atkin, A. (2007) Attitudes, behaviours, knowledge and education - drugs in sport: Past, present and future. World Anti-Doping Agency.
    • Backhouse, S. H., Whitaker, L., Patterson, L., Erickson, K., & McKenna, J. (2016). Social psychology of doping in sport: A mixed-studies narrative synthesis. World Anti-Doping Agency.
    • Backhouse, S., Whitaker, L. & Petroczi, A. (2013) Gateway to doping? Supplement use in the context of preferred competitive situations, doping attitude, beliefs, and norms. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport, 23(2), 244-252.
    • Maughan et al. (2018) IOC consensus statement: dietary supplements and the high-performance athlete. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 52, 439–455.
    • Ntoumanis, N., Gucciardi, D., Backhouse, S., Barkoukis, V., Quested, E., Patterson, L., Smith, B., Whitaker, L., Pavlidis, G. & Kaffe S (2018). An intervention to optimize coach motivational climates and reduce athlete willingness to dope (CoachMADE): Protocol for a cross-cultural cluster randomized control trial. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, pp. 2301-.
      Ntoumanis, N. Ng, J., Barkoukis, v. & Backhouse, S. (2014) Personal and psychosocial predictors of doping use in physical activity settings: A meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 44, 1603–1624.
      Ntoumanis, N., Gucciardi, D., Backhouse, S., Barkoukis, V., Quested, E., Patterson, L., Smith, B., Whitaker, L., Pavlidis, G. & Kaffe S (2018). An intervention to optimize coach motivational climates and reduce athlete willingness to dope (CoachMADE): Protocol for a cross-cultural cluster randomized control trial. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, pp. 2301-.
    • Ntoumanis, N., Quested, E., Patterson, L., Kaffe, S., Backhouse, S. H., Pavlidis, G., Whitaker, L., Barkoukis, V., Smith, B., Staff, H. & Gucciardi, D. (2019). An intervention to optimize coach-created motivational climates and reduce athlete willingness to dope (CoachMADE): Outcomes of a multi-nation cluster Randomised Controlled Trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine.
    • Outram S. & Stewart B. (2015). Doping through supplement use: a review of the available empirical data. International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism, 25(1), 54-59.
    • Overbye, M. (2015) Athletes' perceptions of anti-doping sanctions: the ban from sport versus social, financial and self-imposed sanctions. Sport in Society, 18 (3), 1743-0437.
      Patterson, L. & Backhouse, S. H. (2018). “An important cog in the wheel”, but not the driver: Coaches’ perceptions of their role in doping prevention. Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
    • Williams, T., Patterson, L., Staff, H.R., Boardley, I.D., Petróczi, A. & Backhouse, S.H. (2020). Barriers and enablers to clean sport: A qualitative meta-synthesis informed by the theoretical domains framework and the COM-B model. SportRxiv. DOI:10.31236/osf.io/t9x5m
    • World Anti-Doping Agency (2020). World Anti-Doping Code. World Anti-Doping Agency.

     

     

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