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Collaboration, consensus and consideration
  1. Eleanor J Tillett
  1. Correspondence to Eleanor J Tillett, British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM), Suite 1C, Hutton Business Centre, Bentley Road, Doncaster DN5 9QP, UK; ejtillett{at}

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This year's British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) issue for the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) illustrates what can be achieved when we combine the ‘best of the best’ experts and research. Collaboration is something we at BASEM are increasingly exploring with our fellow medical and paramedical organisations. This may take the form of combining for conferences, sharing teaching platforms or teaming up for initiatives. While we are generally ‘better together’, we are also mindful that the voices of individual groups are heard and that we remember the lessons from our recent past.


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