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The Use of Recovery Strategies in Professional Soccer: A Worldwide Survey

Adam Field, Liam D. Harper, Bryna C.R. Chrismas, Peter M. Fowler, Alan McCall, Darren J. Paul, Karim Chamari, and Lee Taylor

health, 4 and increase overuse injury risk. 2 Indeed, teams with lower injury rates within the season are more successful in domestic leagues and cup competitions. 5 Soccer practitioners are thus responsible for implementing an effective and evidence-informed battery of interventions to accelerate

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Client-Led Applied Sport Psychology Practitioners’ Narratives About Helping Athletes

David Tod, Hayley E. McEwan, Colum Cronin, and Moira Lafferty

Most applied sport psychology practitioners state they are client-focused ( Keegan, 2016 ); that is, they focus on helping athletes achieve personal goals or resolve issues. When not client-focused, practitioners may be using athlete interactions for some other purpose, such as satisfying their own

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Practitioners’ Use of Motivational Interviewing in Sport: A Qualitative Enquiry

Rory Mack, Jeff Breckon, Joanne Butt, and Ian Maynard

The relationship between sport psychology practitioners and their athlete clients is consistently recognized as very important for the outcomes of sport psychology consultancy (e.g.,  Andersen & Speed, 2010 ; Petitpas et al., 1999 ; Sharp et al., 2015 ). Nevertheless, what is required in the

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Multicultural Training and Awareness Among Sport Psychology Practitioners

Rena M.G. Curvey, Shannon C. White, Emily A. Murphy, Travis R. Scheadler, Myles T. Englis, Laura L. Phelps, and Candice N. Hargons

and physical activity. The central tenets of CSP align with the aforementioned philosophy concerning cultural competence, with the subsequent goals being to (a) reveal the cultural standpoint of each participant, (b) understand the role of the researcher/practitioner and what cultural lens they

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Practitioner, Coach, and Athlete Perceptions of Evidence-Based Practice in Professional Sport in Australia

Edgar Schwarz, Liam D. Harper, Rob Duffield, Robert McCunn, Andrew Govus, Sabrina Skorski, and Hugh H.K. Fullagar

suggested to include the collated integration of athlete and coach values, practitioner expertise, and research evidence to inform the decision-making process, including the planning, delivery, and reflection on practice to improve performance. 3 , 4 This process of EBP involves collating the knowledge and

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Heat Adaptation and Nutrition Practices: Athlete and Practitioner Knowledge and Use

Salma Alabdulwahed, Natalia Galán-López, Tom Hill, Lewis J. James, Bryna Catherine Rose Chrismas, Sebastien Racinais, Trent Stellingwerff, Diogo V. Leal, Matheus Hausen, Karim Chamari, Hugh H.K. Fullagar, Christopher Esh, and Lee Taylor

Olympics to date 12 ). Consequently, understanding the magnitude, nuances, and real/perceived barriers of this evidence-to-practice disconnect for HA, and associated nutritional strategies, in elite athletes and practitioners, appears prudent. These data could guide practice itself alongside practitioner

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Physical Activity of Nurse Clinical Practitioners and Managers

Areeya Jirathananuwat and Krit Pongpirul

the health care sector, nurses could have either clinical or management roles, or even both, depending on their job description. 12 In this context, a nurse clinical practitioner (NCP) usually refers to a young individual who has more clinical roles but less professional experience, whereas a nurse

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Stories of Critical Moments Contributing to the Development of Applied Sport Psychology Practitioners

Nick Wadsworth, Hayley McEwan, Moira Lafferty, Martin Eubank, and David Tod

Applied sport psychology practitioners are one of the key instruments to successful service delivery within elite sporting environments ( Poczwardowski, 2017 ). In turn, the development of competence as an applied practitioner is directly related to the person behind the practitioner

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Working as a Sport Psychology Practitioner in Professional Cricket: Challenges, Experiences, and Opportunities

Stewart Cotterill

nature of these challenges in the sport lend them to engagement with sport psychology, and sport psychology practitioners. While this is the case, sport psychology provision in cricket has lagged behind many other sports and domains, particularly in comparison with Olympic sports in the United Kingdom

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Monitoring Readiness to Train and Perform in Female Football: Current Evidence and Recommendations for Practitioners

Marco Beato, Esben Elholm Madsen, Jo Clubb, Stacey Emmonds, and Peter Krustrup

to stay prepared (psychologically and physically) and in a state of physical and mental health throughout the season and tournaments to compete at a high level 16 ; therefore, the monitoring of players’ readiness is an important task for practitioners. Readiness and wellness are 2 important concepts