The International Research Network on Violence and Integrity in Sport (IRNOVIS) brings together the leading and most active researchers from multiple disciplines in the field of violence in sport and we are pleased to co-host a research symposium in collaboration with Safe Sport International as a pre-conference one day event.
This pre-conference event will provide a platform for delegates from around the world to share safe sport research in a safe and collaborative space.
The day will be hosted by Loughborough University London and is entitled: “Safe sport research today: Where are we at?”
Safe sport research today: Where are we at?
The day will include spotlight presentations from members of the IRNOVIS network, a panel session from researchers in the field, free communication and poster presentations from delegates, and time for networking and connecting with other safe sport researchers.
The event is open to students, early career and established researchers, in order to reflect our rich and diverse community. The symposium will offer a full in-person programme and a partial virtual programme, including:
- Oral presentations (5 slides in 5 minutes free communication presentations)
- Poster presentations
The event will be held at Loughborough University London inside Here East, an inspiring innovation hub on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
We are delighted to have the Institute for Sport Business at Loughborough University London to partner with INROVIS and SSI as our Event Host. @lborolondon @LboroSportBiz
Travel directions for the Research Symposium can be found here: https://www.lborolondon.ac.uk/about/location/find-us
IRNOVIS Research Award
In recognition of the best presentation delivered across the one-day IRNOVIS & SSI Research Symposium (inclusive of oral and poster presentations).
The recipient will be decided by an expert panel and announced at the close of the Symposium on the 18th September (and again at the SSI Conference Awards on the 19th September).
Entry: all presenting at the Research Symposium on the 18th September 2023 will be automatically considered.
Abstract submissions are now closed.
Registering for the IRNOVIS & SSI Research Symposium
All presenters of accepted abstracts need to ensure they are registered for the symposium by purchasing the appropriate ticket.
We have a maximum of 70 places available for delegates to the IRNOVIS & SSI Research Symposium.