Officials from organisations including the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the English Institute of Sport (EIS), and the Drug Control Centre at King’s College London are among those speaking at UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD’s) Clean Sport Forum in November.
Clean Sport Forum is the UK’s leading anti-doping conference for those in the British sport family. Senior staff and Anti-Doping Leads from: National Governing Bodies, University Sports, professional teams, and academia are all able to register here for the event.
This year’s event, which will take place on Tuesday 6 November at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff, provides an excellent opportunity to keep up with all the latest developments, discover current best practice and look ahead to the future of anti-doping, especially following the launch of UKAD’s new four-year Strategic Plan.
On the day you will get the chance to hear from high-profile anti-doping experts and network with your peers. Topics to be covered include:
- Forthcoming changes to the WADA Code and International Standards and what this means for you
- Examining the relationship between mental health and doping
- Case study on successful partnership working to combat Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs
- An update from the King’s College London Lab on the latest scientific developments
You can book your place here.
The agenda for the day can be viewed here.