Stress fractures are a considerable burden to military organisations. Despite the large volume of evidence regarding incidence rates and risk factors for stress fractures, a comprehensive synthesis of high-quality academic evidence is lacking. This aim of this review was to identify and synthesise findings from studies reporting on the incidence of, and risk factors for, stress fractures in military personnel.
|Published - 26 Feb 2023
|4th International Physical Employment Standards Conference - Bond University, Robina, Australia
Duration: 23 Feb 2023 → 26 Feb 2023
|4th International Physical Employment Standards Conference
|23/02/23 → 26/02/23
|Hosted by the Bond University Tactical Research Unit the conference will address the three T's essential to supporting physical performance in physically demanding occupations; Theory, Testing and Training. Specific topics will include physical employment standards, identifying and mitigating injury risk factors, physical conditioning and assessing occupational readiness.
The conference content will be a blend of research and applied practice in a range of physically demanding occupations including military, law enforcement, fire and rescue and first responders.