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Fig. 2 | Sports Medicine

Fig. 2

From: Context Matters: Revisiting the First Step of the ‘Sequence of Prevention’ of Sports Injuries

Fig. 2

In the past 25 years, the ‘sequence of prevention’ of sports injuries has been mostly applied to produce context-free evidence, i.e. describing the problem and following the steps in controlled environments that did not consider the context as part of the problem from the outset. Contemporary views demand the ‘sequence of prevention’ to be context-driven, which will provide a more comprehensive view of the injury problem and effective solutions

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