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Infographic: We have the programme, what next? Developing a plan of action to implement injury prevention exercise programmes in community sport
  1. Sheree Bekker1,
  2. Alex Donaldson2,
  3. Caroline F Finch1
  1. 1Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention, Federation University Australia, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
  2. 2College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, La Trobe Business School, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  1. Correspondence to Caroline F Finch; c.finch{at}federation.edu.au

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Exercise programmes to prevent injuries, such as lower-limb injuries that are common in community Australian Football,1 exist but are not widely used. Often, such programmes are developed using research evidence and clinical best practice without consideration of real-world implementation factors. This means that work still needs to be done to make them suitable for use in community sports settings.2 Implementing evidence-based injury prevention exercise programmes into ‘real world’ practice remains challenging.2 A ‘plan of action’ to implement such interventions seems to help coaches use them. However, there is little guidance about how best to create such a plan. Donaldson and colleagues3 describe how researchers developed a ‘plan of action’ for implementing the …

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