Effective prevention of sports injuries: a model integrating efficacy, efficiency, compliance and risk-taking behaviour.

@article{Tiggelen2008EffectivePO,
  title={Effective prevention of sports injuries: a model integrating efficacy, efficiency, compliance and risk-taking behaviour.},
  author={Damien E Van Tiggelen and Simon J Wickes and Veerle K. Stevens and Philip Roosen and Erik E. Witvrouw},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={42 8},
  pages={648-52}
}
In 1992 van Mechelen et al published a "sequence of prevention model" based on a four-step process. This model has been widely used to implement preventive measures in response to sports injuries. However, the execution of this model has been shown to lack validity in determining the success of a preventive measure. A modified model has therefore been proposed which incorporates additional steps that enable the inclusion of external factors with a significant effect on the outcome of a… CONTINUE READING
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