While the PCC’s 2017 Conference is sold out (email email@example.com to be placed on the wait list), here are some additional anti-doping conferences being held around the world this year. Click on the conference title for more information.
Tackling Doping in Sport
March 8, 2017
Tackling Doping in Sport 2017 presents an opportunity to gain valuable insights from the experts on how we can collectively protect the right to participate in clean sport. In 2017, our spotlight will be trained firmly on the latest progress and practice from across the world in the fight for clean – and fair – sport.
2017 iNADO Workshop
March 11-12, 2017
Anti-doping is a dynamic field. Anti-doping programmes must evolve and innovate to be effective and to keep the trust of clean athletes. The 5th iNADO Workshop will help you do so. It will explore operational matters for National Anti-Doping Organisations that are vital for state-of-the-art anti-doping programmes in 2017. Join us to share with and learn from your peers and from other experts.
2017 WADA Annual Symposium
Mar 13-15, 2017
Under the theme ‘Tackling our Challenges and Strengthening the Future of Clean Sport’, the Symposium will include three days of presentations, panel discussions and practical workshops. The Agenda will cover topical subjects such as the future of the fight against doping in sport; World Anti-Doping Code compliance monitoring; the protection of whistleblowers; and, the integrity of anti-doping processes.
University of Brussels: Seminar: A Holistic View of Doping
March 27, 2017
This seminar brings together national and international experts from the field and the scientific world together and will focus on strengthening drug prevention and education in sport.
Anti-Doping Research & Regulations: World Experts Give the Facts in Gold Coast
April 5, 2017
Bond University, Australia
This exciting conference, will bring together leading experts from around the world to discuss the key issues in the fight against doping in sport. Opportunities for discussion and debate are encouraged – as athletes, anti-doping agencies, lawyers, commercial agencies and medical researchers collectively engage on how to combat critical issues in the industry from legal, regulatory, scientific and commercial perspectives.
The 2017 Macolin Anti-Doping Summit: A Fresh Look at the Science, Legal, and Policy Aspects of Anti-Doping
April 28-29, 2017
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2017 themes include: Equality in Sport, Anti-Doping, and Athlete Transition. Our world class line up of speakers, influential delegates, sport industry leaders, athlete groups, legal and compliance professionals, academics and media guests will guarantee a day of lively debate, analysis and insight into issues surrounding the integrity of sport.
14TH Asia/Oceania Intergovernmental Ministerial Meeting
May 22-23, 2017
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Anti-Doping Norway International Conference on Doping and Public Health
June 7-9, 2017
The overall purpose of the conference is to raise awareness and increase knowledge about doping as a public health problem.
The Conference will be an excellent opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience with experts from around the world within the field of doping and the health sector. Participants will be able to mingle, build their network, and exchange ideas and views about this highly relevant topic.
International Conference on Sport & Society attendees include leaders in the field, as well as emerging scholars, who travel to the conference from all corners of the globe and represent a broad range of disciplines and perspectives. A variety of presentation options and session types offer opportunities for attendees to share their work, discuss key issues in the field, and build relationships with attendees
INDR 2017: Doping in Sport, Doping in Society – Lessons, Themes, and Connections (accepting abstracts through April 14, 2017)
August 24-25th, 2017
Aarhus University, Denmark
The conference theme “Doping in sport, doping in society – lessons, themes, and connections” will thematise how performance enhancement is more than just a matter for elite sport. Though research has often focused on doping practices in sport, recent scholarship has indicated how deeply rooted questions about doping and performance enhancement are to society as well. Perhaps doping is not just one branch of elite sport, which is just a one branch of human culture. Instead, performance-enhancing substance use and practices seems to be a connecting thread that runs throughout many of society’s branches. From fitness cultures to the desire to be “better than well”, always perform at one’s best and extend human capacities in various careers and across the lifespan. At the same time, the moral, legal, and health concerns raised by humans employing enhancements exist in society as well as elite sport.
ICMSSE 2017: 19th International Conference on Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (accepting abstracts through February 28, 2017)
November 20-21, 2017
The ICMSSE 2017: 19th International Conference on Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
Did we miss something? If you’d like to add your anti-doping conference to the list, please email Jenna Celmer at firstname.lastname@example.org