This page has been designed to keep everyone up to date with the latest news regarding Human Kinetics and BASES webinars.
As the partnership between The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) and Human Kinetics continues to grow, we continue to give our members excellent up to date content and endeavour to bring you the latest in sports science through our webinar service.
This page will be updated whenever a new webinar has been set up or we have a new recording available for playback.
For those of you who have attended our live webinars in the past, you can watch them again on humankinetics.com/webinars. If you are yet to view a Human Kinetics and BASES webinar, why not take a look at some of our previous recordings below or sign up for a future webinar now. All our webinars are completely free and can be watched from the comfort of your home or your office or anywhere where you have an internet connection.
These online webinars address a variety of topics relating to sports, fitness, nutrition, coaching, training, physical education and more. These live web-based presentations are conducted by BASES members who are leading minds in their respective areas of expertise. By watching a BASES webinar members will also attain 2 BASES credits.
Upcoming Human Kinetics and BASES Webinars:
What is the right exercise for your age? By Dr Julie Broderick
Date: Wednesday 19th June 2019
Time: 15.00 BST
Previous Human Kinetics and BASES Webinars:
You’re pregnant, are you sure you should be doing that? By Dr Hayley Mills.
Recorded on: Wednesday 5th June 2019
Decoding the physiological signatures in EMG signals By Dr James Wakeling.
Recorded on: Wednesday 29th May 2019
Is physical activity enough to offset the effects of deprivation on children’s health? By Dr Rob Noonan (In partnership with BASES).
Recorded on: Wednesday 24th April 2019
Faster, higher stronger? Determining the effectiveness of sports performance interventions using Bayesian methods? By Dr Tony Myers
Recorded on: Wednesday 13th March 2019
Getting to the bottom of the FODMAP diet and its potential use with athletes by Dr Sharon Maddigan
Recorded on: Wednesday 12th December
All models are wrong, but some are useful: How biomechanical data can support decision-making in performance sport By Paul Barratt (BASES webinar)
Recorded on: Wednesday 5th December
Respiratory influences on oxygen transport, fatigue and exercise performance by Dr Lee Romer (BASES webinar)
Recorded on: Wednesday 21st November
A Hard days’ night – Lifestyle behaviours and risk of disease in shift workers by Dr Tracy Kolbe-Alexander
Recorded on: Wednesday 14th November
Performance support – Is it science?
Dr Kevin Currell
Recorded on: Wednesday 26th September
Moving beyond the athlete: A call to take action on the dopogenic environment By Professor Prof. Susan Backhouse
Recorded on: Wednesday 13th June 2018
Sedentary behaviour: Where do we stand? By Dr Charlotte Edwardson and Dr Thomas Yates
Recorded on: Wednesday 16th May 2018
Should we reframe how we think about physical activity and sedentary behaviour measurement? By Dr Paul Kelly
Recorded on: Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Sleep and performance: Time to wake up By Dr Ian C Dunican
Recorded on Wednesday 18th April 2018
Psychosocial considerations in sports injury risk and prevention By Adam Gledhill
Recorded on Wednesday 21st March 2018
Quantifying Bivariate Plots in Sports Biomechanics By Prof David Mullineaux
Recorded on Wednesday 7th March 2018
Weightlifting exercises and their derivatives – appropriate application across mesocycles By Dr Paul Comfort
Recorded on Wednesday 13th December 2017
The National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) – Delivering an Olympic legacy By Dr Stephen Harris
Recorded on Wednesday 15th November 2017
An integrated approach to the analysis of injury mechanisms in sport impacts By Dr Ezio Preatoni, FHEA.
Recorded on Wednesday 8th December 2017
Investigating and Preventing Sport-Related Ankle Sprain Injury By Dr Daniel Fong, PhD, FISBS, FHKASMSS.
Recorded on Wednesday 26th April 2017
Assessment of movement quality: panacea or false dawn? By Robert McCunn
Recorded on Wednesday 5th April 2017
A case study of an adrenally fatigued, nutrient-depleted professional athlete By Ian Craig
Recorded on Wednesday 29th March 2017
DIY sports drinks and gels that nourish, not deplete By Ian Craig
Recorded on Wednesday 22nd March 2017
Overtraining from a Functional Health Perspective By Ian Craig
Recorded on Wednesday 8th March 2017
What is Integrative Sports Nutrition? By Ian Craig
Recorded on Wednesday 1st March 2017
Stress and coping unpacked – exploring the myths, mysteries, and magic of coping By Dr Tracey Devonport
Recorded on Wednesday 7th December 2016
Rocket (and Beetroot) Science: Dietary Nitrate and Exercise Performance By Professor Andrew Jones
Recorded on Thursday 17th November 2016.
For better or for worse – how has sport biomechanics influenced the game of cricket? By Professor Jacqueline Alderson
Recorded on Wednesday 2nd November 2016
The importance of well-developed physical qualities for rugby players By Rich Johnson
Recorded on Wednesday 16th March 2016
Isokinetic dynamometry for assessment of muscle strength and joint function By Bill Baltzopoulos
Recorded on Tuesday 23rd February 2016
Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC) By Susan van Scoyoc
Recorded on Wednesday 9th December 2015
Getting into exercise prescription for chronic disease By Dr Dane Vishnubala
Recorded on Wednesday 25th November 2015
Practitioners: The Missing Link Between Public Health Policy and Physical Activity By Stephen van Scoyoc
Recorded on Wednesday 18th November 2015
Rehabilitating the athlete not just the injury: The psychology of sports injury rehabilitation By Adam Gledhill and Dale Forsdyke
Recorded on 17th June 2015.
For BASES webinars prior to June 2015 check out humankinetics.com/bases-webinars-series.
Human Kinetics also occasionally host our own webinars with our authors or highly qualified individuals/organisations. Check out all webinars by visiting humankinetics.com/webinars.
How the webinars work
Human Kinetics host the webinars. The presentation lasts for about an hour, usually, of which the actual presentation lasts around 45-50 minutes and is followed by a Question and Answer session for the remaining 10-15 minutes.
When you sign up for the webinar you will be able to submit any questions on the sign-up page. The host (from Human Kinetics) will then put forward as many questions as possible to the presenter on the day. The presenter shares their screen with the delegates, on their screen you will see a PowerPoint presentation and he/she will talk you through the slides. If you think of a question mid-presentation you can also ask these as the webinar has a function to ask questions via the question box, these will be sent directly to the host.
Everyone who signs up for a webinar will be sent a link to the recording usually about 24 hours after the presentation has finished.