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

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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 conference theme “Evaluating the unintended effects of anti-doping”, seven keynote speakers were invited to present their research, views, and experiences. Also, the 2015 conference had a record number of abstract submissions, of which most were of very high quality, proving how vibrant a scholarly environment doping research is 15 years after the formation of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

The conference report below is open access.

The 2015 INHDR conference: Evaluating the unintended effects of anti-doping
John Gleaves, Ask Vest Christiansen

Here follows a list of the titles and authors of all the presentations at the conference. There are no freebies available, each presentation abstract costs $31.50. Buy them here! Of course, there is also the possibility to contact the presenter personally, and maybe get to read the whole paper!

No intention to cheat: Coping with unintentional Anti-Doping Rule Violations
Page 106
Herman Ram
War on drugs, war on doping? A comparative analysis and some policy recommendations
Page 106
Letizia Paoli
Policy changes and unintended consequences: How history has shaped the present
Pages 106-107
Paul Dimeo
Why the ban on doping is harmful
Page 107
Torbjörn Tännsjö
The road to hell is paved with good intentions
Page 107
Verner Møller
Judicial deference and anti-doping: Sport, arbitration and redefining the limits of law
Pages 107-108
David Mcardle
The preventive effects of ignorance in Anti Doping
Page 108
Werner Pitsch
Theorising unintended consequences
Page 108
Ivan Waddington
Anti-doping protecting clean athletes – Who protects their privacy?
Pages 108-109
Nils Zurawski, Marcel Scharf
French speaking athletes’ experience and perception regarding anti-doping control practices and therapeutic use exemptions
Page 109
Barbara Broers, Fanny Bourdon, Lucie Schoch, Bengt Kayser
Anti-doping’s new way of the world – ASADA & the AFL v the Essendon Football Club
Page 109
Martin Hardie
Reconceptualising the gender of fitness doping: Performing and negotiating masculinity through drug-use practices
Pages 109-110
Jesper Andreasson
Underrated but not undisputed – The establishment, activities and implications of the IOC Medical Commission’s “Subcommission on Doping and Biochemistry” (1980–1988)
Page 110
Jörg Krieger
Doping perception in Spanish high-school students
Page 110
Rodrigo Pardo
Unintended outcomes, civilising processes and doping in cycling
Page 111
John Connolly
Dying to be big: Use of oil injections for body shaping among Brazilian bodybuilders
Page 111
Azenildo Santos, Michael Bahrke
Blowing the whistle: A qualitative study of student-athletes’ willingness to report doping in sport
Pages 111-112
Kelsey Erickson, Susan Backhouse, Dave Carless
A system under strain? Organisational insights into the complexities and challenges of providing anti-doping education
Page 112
Laurie Patterson, Susan Backhouse
Vain cheaters or victims of muscle dysmorphia? On the current status of theories explaining the use of anabolic steroids in gym environments
Page 112
Ask Vest Christiansen
Effects of unintended effects: A history of the International Olympic Committee’s dealing with therapeutic use
Page 113
Marcel Reinold
A critique of current anti-doping education from the perspective of university student athletes
Page 113
Sarah Teetzel, Charlene Weaving
Anti-doping attempts in professional bodybuilding and their unintended effects: an examination of US case studies in the ‘90s
Pages 113-114
Dimitris Liokaftos
WADA and imperialism? A philosophical look into anti-doping as a western power structure
Page 114
Emmanuel Macedo
Beyond testing: Potential for race organizers as resources for health
Page 114
April Henning
‘Keep a Lid’ on the crisis: Anti-doping in Canada since 1983
Pages 114-115
Ian Ritchie
Anti-doping and legitimacy; An international survey of elite athletes’ perceptions
Page 115
Anna Efverström, Nader Ahmadi, Åsa Bävkström, David Hoff
Evaluating the unintended effects of anti-doping – Creating an anti-doping industry?
Page 115
Carsten Kraushaar Martensen
The unintended effects of detection: How anti-doping lost its way and how it might find its way back
Pages 115-116
John Gleaves, Matt Englar-Carlson
Doping in mass sport: An inexplicable phenomenon?
Page 116
Monika Frenger, Werner Pitsch, Eike Emrich
Utilitarianism and anti-doping
Page 116
Rasmus Bysted Møller
Blurred lines: The convolution of anti-doping in sport and national policies towards the use of performance and image enhancing drugs
Page 117
Kyle J.D. Mulrooney, Katinka van de Ven
The redundancy of the concept of ‘Spirit of Sport’ in discussions on the Prohibited List
Page 117
Olivier de Hon
The symbolic effect of criminal anti-doping legislation
Pages 117-118
Arthur Kullok
Does anti-doping policy contribute to the development of a real doping market?
Page 118
Bertrand Fincoeur
Experiences from my cycling career
Page 118
Michael Rasmussen
Elite athletes’ perspectives on key elements of current anti-doping policy
Pages 118-119
Marie Overbye
The justice of WADA … or lack thereof
Page 119
Klaas Faber
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