Prevention/Intervention: Student-Athletes Invited To reACT On Anti-Doping Front

reACT - a plan for prevention and intervention in an alternative approach to anti-doping - main image by Patrick B. Kraemer

An anti-doping approach that highlights prevention and intervention: headed by Dr Kelsey Erickson at Leeds Beckett University – where the principle investigator is Professor Susan Backhouse and the independent representative on the program is Dr Nicola Kime – reACT invites student-athletes to take part in a project that aims to raise awareness to “intervention-worthy substance use on campus”, the latter described by organisers as ‘dietary supplements, appearance and performance enhancing drugs, prescription medications, recreational drugs’

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An anti-doping approach that highlights prevention and intervention: headed by Dr Kelsey Erickson at Leeds Beckett University – where the principle investigator is Professor Susan Backhouse and the independent representative on the program is Dr Nicola Kime – reACT invites student-athletes to take part in a project that aims to raise awareness to “intervention-worthy substance use on campus”, the latter described by organisers as ‘dietary supplements, appearance and performance enhancing drugs, prescription medications, recreational drugs’

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