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    Call for Papers | Doping in Sport, Doping in Society: Lessons, Themes, and Connections | International Network of Doping Research Conference, 24–25 August, 2017, Aarhus, Denmark

    The International Network of Doping Research (INDR) invites abstract submissions for consideration for the 2017 conference. The conference theme will thematise how performance enhancement is more than just a matter for elite sport. Recent scholarship has indicated how deeply rooted questions about doping and performance enhancement are to society as well.

    The 2015 INHDR conference: Evaluating the unintended effects of anti-doping

    On the 27th and 28th of August 2015 members of the International Network of Humanistic Doping Research assembled in Aarhus, Denmark for the 6th International INHDR conference. Under the theme “Evaluating the unintended effects of anti-doping”, the conference had a record number of abstract submissions, of which most were of very high quality.

    Global Summit on Steroid | Baltimore, MD | 2015-07-13

    Steroids Summit-2015 aims in promulgating knowledge and facilitating share of new ideas amongst the professionals, scientific researchers, doctors, clinicians, physicians, industrialists, manufacturers, sportsperson and students.

    Call for Papers | Evaluating the unintended effects of anti-doping | 2015 INHDR Conference, Aarhus University, Denmark, 27–28 August

    The International Network of Humanistic Doping Research (INHDR) invites abstract submissions for consideration for the 2015 conference to be held at Aarhus University, Denmark on 27-28 August.

    Call for Papers | Evaluating the Unintended Effects Of Anti-Doping. 2015 INHDR Conference, August 27–28 2015

    INHDR CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT: Evaluating the Unintended Effects Of Anti-Doping In the 15 years since the formation of the World Anti-Doping Agency, few would dispute that anti-doping efforts have changed sport. Many of these changes, such as increased testing and anti-doping education, were intended and their effects have, for the most part, been examined and evaluated. However, what have received less attention...

    2nd Call for Papers: What do we (really) know about doping?

    The INHDR – International Network of Humanistic Doping Research – is now accepting abstract submissions for consideration for presentation at the 2013 INHDR Conference. The theme for the conference will be “What do we (really) know about doping?” and will be held August 15 and 16, 2013 at Aarhus University in Aarhus, Denmark. Abstracts are welcome on any area of...
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