The ‘Doing the Right Thing: Practical Ethics for Sport Scientists’ interactive webinar presents an ethical reasoning framework to help promote best sport science practice in the sport industry. The ethical reasoning framework can help sport scientists and allied health professionals in sport to identify, understand and manage key ethical and professional issues in their practice and in their relationships with each other and with athletes. Practical examples will be used throughout, and Q&A opportunities will be made available during and at the end of the session. Participants will be asked to engage with pre-webinar materials in a ‘Doing the Right Thing: Practical Ethics for Sport Scientists Workbook’, which will be worked through in the webinar.
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 7 September 2017.
Presented by Dr Dennis Hemphill PhD
Dr Dennis Hemphill is an Associate Professor of Sport Ethics in the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL) and the College of Sport and Exercise Science at Victoria University.
Dennis is a Research Associate of the ISEAL Sport Business, Policy and Integrity Research Group. His research focus is sport integrity in community sport, performance enhancement and anti-doping policy, as well as human values and anti-discrimination in sport.
His undergraduate teaching responsibilities cover integrity and ethics in sport, sport science, clinical exercise and rehabilitation, as well as sport coaching and management. At the postgraduate level, Dennis is involved in teaching sport integrity and ethics in both the Masters of Sport Science (Football Performance) and the Masters in Sport Business and Integrity.
Dennis is a longstanding member of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport and serves as Chair of the Exercise and Sport Science Australia Ethics and Disciplinary Committee. He acts as a consultant to professional and industry bodies, plus contributes to public debate through various media outlets.
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