Dr Bruce Reid
Bruce Reid graduated in Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 1968. Bruce is a fellow of Sports Dr. Australia. Bruce is the longest senior AFL doctor, serving Richmond Football Club from 1976 – 1979 and has been Senior Medical Officer at Essendon Football Club since 1982 and is still in that position.
Bruce is a member of AFL Medical Officers Association and at present is the Secretary. Bruce has been keenly interested in sports medicine and intimately involved at the elite level since 1976. He regularly mentions how he would love to share his years of experience and knowledge with other health & medical professionals to help improve their management of their patients and athletes. Bruce and his wife Judy have five children all of whom are interested in sport and exercise.
Dr Patrick Sunderland
Dr Patrick Sunderland completed his medical degree at The University of Notre Dame Sydney in 2011. He spent the first years of his career at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne gaining experience in the fields of orthopaedics, general medicine and general surgery. He later moved into critical care, gaining skills in airway management, emergency medicine and anaesthesia. His lifelong passion for sport steered his career to sports medicine and Patrick has commenced work at Epworth Sport and Exercise Medicine as a Registrar with the Australian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians.
Patrick has extensive sports medicine experience working with several different teams. He is currently working at the Essendon Football Club and at the Victorian Institute of Sport. Patrick’s passion for sport continues on a personal level, he enjoys running, squash, gym, golf, surfing, snowboarding and these days the occasional kick of the football.
Together Bruce and Patrick bring a combination of the years of clinical experience with the latest developments in sports medicine practice.
Date: Friday 11th August 2017
Location: Essendon Football Club High Performance Center- 275 Melrose Drive Melbourne Airport Vic
Time: 4pm-7.30pm (refreshments & networking to follow)
This will be an evening of informal education with Bruce & Patrick taking us on clinical journey from the sporting foot to the nagging shoulder.
- EXCELLENT CASE STUDIES
- CLINICAL DECISION MAKING IN SPORT
- THE USE OF ADJUNCTS & IMAGING
- WHAT SHOULD NEVER BE MISSED
|4:00 – 4:10pm||Welcome|
|4:10 – 4:40pm||Bruce Reid & Pat Sunderland||
|4:40 – 5:10pm||Bruce Reid & Pat Sunderland||
|5:10 – 5:25pm||Discussion & facilitated Q&A|
|5:25 – 5:55pm||Bruce Reid & Pat Sunderland||
|5:56 – 6:10pm||Refreshments & Networking||
|6:40 – 6:50pm||Discussion & facilitated Q&A|
|6:50 – 7:10pm||Bruce Reid & Pat Sunderland||
|7:10 – 7:30pm||More pearls, discussion & facilitated Q&A|
|7:30pm||Close, refreshments & networking|
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