Table 3

 Listed learning outcomes in the questionnaire

On completing the course, students will be able to show and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, qualities, skills, and other attributes in the following areas
Knowledge and understanding and skills in specific subjects
1. Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries related to exercise and sports.
2. Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases related to exercise and sports.
3. Rehabilitation of sports injuries and the role of physical activity in rehabilitation.
4. The principles of human nutrition and its application to exercise and sports.
5. Sports medicine issues of special groups (children, adolescents, older and handicapped people).
6. Sports medicine issues of the female athlete.
7. The principles of sports psychology.
8. The use and abuse of drugs in sports and doping.
9. How to deal with most medical emergencies likely to be encountered during sports events and advise on the organisation of medical cover for sports events.
10. The science of exercise and training.
11. The principles of biomechanics applied to different sporting and exercise activities and the injury context.
12. Sports physiology.
13. Anatomy relevant to sport, exercise and sports injury.
14. Effects of environmental conditions and travelling on athletes and sports activities.
15. To understand the particular needs in athletes suffering from a medical condition.
16. Advice on exercise and sport for patients with chronic conditions such as cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.
17. The role of exercise and sports on public and individual health.
18. To define guidelines for the scientific monitoring and training of athletes.
19. Theory and practice of different sports.
20. The role of the main organisations of sport, sports medicine, and health promotion at national and international levels.
21. Ethics and the law in sports medicine.
22. Research methodology skills and the ability to perform research.
Key and cognitive skills
23. Communication.
24. Using information technology.
25. Problem solving.
26. Ability in critical analysis.
27. Lifetime learning.
28. Scientific evaluation of evidence and outcome.
29. Team working.